Following a three-week layoff, the University at Albany returned to competition in Boston amidst a field of regional championship contenders. The men placed 10th and the women placed 17th in the team standings behind personal bests from top team finishers Ryan Udvadia and Hannah Reinhardt, respectively.
Finally securing the first road win of the 2017 season, the University at Albany men's soccer team (5-2-0) will play on the road for the second consecutive game on Sunday when they pay a visit to Harvard.
University at Albany men's soccer forward Afonso Pinheiro has been named as a candidate for the 2017 Senior Class Award for men's soccer. Pinheiro was one of 60 NCAA soccer student-athletes (30 men and 30 women) named on Friday.
ALBANY, N.Y. -- The University at Albany women's golf team plays its third tournament of the fall season this Saturday Sept. 23rd and Sunday, Sept. 24th competing in the Dartmouth Invitational at Hanover Country Club in Hanover, N.H. THE FIELD UAlbany will compete with ten other participating schools: Dartmouth, Boston University, Quinnipiac, Hartford, Central Connecticut, LIU Brooklyn, Siena, Fairfield, Sacred Heart, and Holy Cross. 2016 DARTMOUTH INVITATIONAL Last season at Dartmouth, Annika Espino sunk the program's first hole-in-one on her 10th hole, shooting the team-low of 72. Last year, Boston College took the tournament title shooting 584. The Great Danes shot scores of (325-297: 622 overall). UAlbany improved their round one scores the second day, cutting 28 strokes to move from 12th place to 7th. Annie Songeun Lee and graduated senior Paige Fujihara tied for 22nd overall shooting 155 between the two days.
ALBANY, NY—This weekend #20 UAlbany Field Hockey will face both competitors featured in the 2016 NCAA Field Hockey National Championship, #5 Delaware and #7 North Carolina. Schedule: @ Delaware: Friday, September 22nd, 6 P.M. Newark, Delaware North Carolina: Sunday, September 24th, 1 P.M. on Alumni Turf #5 DELAWARE No. 5 Delaware is the 2016 defending National Champion. Delaware will step on the turf 6-1 on the season. Their most notable win was a 2-0 victory over #3 Penn State. The Blue Hens have tallied 4.14 goals scored per game versus their opponents' 1.43 per game. Player to Watch: Leading the Blue Hens is Greta Nauck from Krefeld, Germany. In 2016, Nauck was named as a First Team All-American and was awarded the CSWA Honda Sport Award for field hockey leading the nation in points (76) and goals (33). This season she totals 17 points with 7 goals. Against UAlbany: In program history the Great Danes have competed against Delaware five times. UAlbany is 4-1 in the series. Last season, the Blue Hens took the contest 3-1. The Danes' lone goal was shot by current sophomore Dana Bozek.
The University at Albany football team opens its Colonial Athletic Association schedule at 7 Saturday night when it hosts No. 7/8 Villanova at Tom & Mary Casey Stadium.
In the first overtime game of the season, the UAlbany men's soccer team finally broke through against Lafayette, dropping the Leopards 1-0.
Three weeks have passed since the University at Albany cross country program last competed. That drought will end this week when the Great Danes take a trip to Boston to compete at the Coast-to-Coast Battle in Beantown on Friday.
Nearly everyone knows a family member or a friend who has battled the dreaded disease cancer in its many forms. That's why the University at Albany "Purple Family" will be "thinking pink" for Saturday's game against Villanova at 7 p.m. at Tom &Mary Casey Stadium.
US Lacrosse has announced that four players with UAlbany ties have been named to the US indoor roster for the Heritage Cup on October 21st.
After playing four of their first six games of 2017 at home, the University at Albany men's soccer team (4-2-0) will begin its first extended road trip on Wednesday with a visit to Lafayette.
ALBANY, N.Y.—Camryn Dias and Katie MacCallum earn their first career America East Weekly Awards for their performance in the Great Dane's 4-0 win over New Hampshire. Dias, a junior from Hopedale, Massachusetts was named America East Co-Offensive Player of the Week, while MacCallum, a freshman from Edinburgh, Scotland was named America East Rookie of the Week. Camryn Dias was named Co-Offensive Player of the Week after scoring two goals against New Hampshire. Dias scored the first and last goal of the game. The first goal came just 39 seconds into the start. Dias currently has the highest shot percentage shooting .600 and .800 on goal. From the West Division of the America East, Melina Moore from Cal was named co-offensive player of the week as well her goal and assist to defeat Pacific Freshman forward Katie MacCallum was named America East Rookie of the Week for her goal and assist in the win. The goal came from deep in the upper left hand corner of the circle through a couple of New Hampshire defenders. MacCallum currently leads the team in goals (4) and points (10). Up next, the Great Danes travel to Newark, Delaware to face Delaware on Friday, Septemeber 22nd at 6:00 P.M.