All Sports - Archives 2016-17

Page 42 of 42
51-Point Second Half Powers UAlbany Men’s Basketball Past UMass Lowell 90-77
Basketball - M 02/01/2017

Fueled by 23+ point performances by David Nichols and Joe Cremo, the UAlbany men's basketball team had its top offensive performance in America East play this season, defeating UMass Lowell 90-77 for win number five in six games.

Women's Basketball Rolls UMass Lowell 79-60
Basketball - W 02/01/2017

The University at Albany women's basketball team (12-10, 6-3 AE) opened the second cycle through the America East by visiting UMass Lowell (3-19, 0-9 AE) on Wednesday. The Great Danes defeated the Riverhawks 79-60, marking the team's second three-game winning streak of the season.

UAlbany Softball Predicted to Finish Third in America East in 2017
Softball 02/01/2017

The UAlbany softball team has been predicted to finish third in the America East conference preseason coaches poll, released on Wednesday.

UAlbany Women’s Lacrosse Announces Four Captains for 2017 Season
Lacrosse - W 02/01/2017

Head coach John Battaglino and the UAlbany women's lacrosse team have announced its four captains for the 2017 campaign.

2017 UAlbany Football NLI Day
Football 02/01/2017

2017 UAlbany Football NLI Day

Women's Basketball Visits UMass Lowell
Basketball - W 01/31/2017

The University at Albany women's basketball team (11-10) has navigated the first half of the America East regular season schedule with a 5-3 record, and now prepares to play each conference opponent for a second time, starting Wednesday with a visit to UMass Lowell.

Harris III Named Men’s Track Performer Of The Week
Track & Field - M 01/31/2017

University at Albany senior sprinter Robert Harris III has been named America East men's track Performer of the Week, the conference offices announced Tuesday.

Men Third, Women Seventh In Week 2 Poll
Track & Field - M 01/30/2017

The University at Albany track & field program saw both the men and the women ranked again in the Northeast regional polls for Week 2, the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association announced Monday. The men jumped two spots to third, and the women held steady at seventh.