The defense had a stellar day as the UAlbany football team wrapped up April with the annual spring game during the Spring Stomp.
University at Albany football players showed a distinct "spring" in their steps during Thursday's prep for Saturday's annual Spring Game. Finally, the Great Danes will be playing the closest thing to a real game until the actual season begins in about four months.
The University at Albany is set to host the annual Spring Stomp on Saturday, April 22nd, inviting all to a fun-filled day of athletic contests on campus.
The UAlbany football and women's lacrosse teams will take part in the "Be the Match" campaign to help add people to the bone narrow donor registry.
Senior defensive end Malachi Hoskins, and the rest of the big guys up front, are making University at Albany head football coach Greg Gattuso smile from ear to ear this spring.
UAlbany Athletics, in partnership with ESPN Radio 104.5 FM and DeCresente Distributing, is excited to announce the first ever Great Dane Tailgate Challenge at the 2017 Spring Stomp, April 22nd.
Nate Byham fully understands the merits of being a flexible position player from his days as a tight end who could also play fullback in the National Football League with both the Tampa Bay Bucs and the San Francisco 49ers.
Former UAlbany tight end Brian Parker has signed a free agent contract with the New York Jets to return to the National Football League for the 2017 season.
As a youngster, Jerod Diggs' favorite football team was the Atlanta Falcons.
2017 Spring Football Central
The annual Spring Stomp, featuring the UAlbany football and men's lacrosse teams, is set for April 22nd at Tom & Mary Casey Stadium.
"One" is just a number for University at Albany quarterback Will Brunson. Named the starting signal caller this spring by the UAlbany coaching staff, Brunson knows his No. 1 job is not guaranteed. Spring practice gives him a chance to develop his overall game and personal skills, no matter who gets more snaps behind the center next fall.