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  1. Bracketology: The Repercussions of Big East Chaos

     

    A thought worth pondering about Albany: The NCAA’s RPI archive includes a Selection Sunday sheet for every year since 2009. Every team with a top-six RPI in that span has earned a first-round home game. The Great Danes sit at No. 6 entering Saturday’s America East finale against Binghamton, and while the top of their resume is skimpy, their strength of schedule isn’tthat much of a minus.

  2. Sarah Martin makes the list of Tewaaraton 25 Nominees:

     

    The 25 women’s nominees:
    Sam Apuzzo, Boston College – Soph., Attack
    Sammi Burgess, Florida – Sr., Attack
    Madison Carter, Penn State – Soph., Attack
    Alex Condon, Penn – Jr., Midfield
    Ellie DeGarmo, Princeton – Sr., Goalie
    Riley Donahue, Syracuse – Jr., Attack
    Erica Evans, Canisius – Jr., Midfield
    Caroline Fitzgerald, Florida – Sr., Defense
    Cortney Fortunato, Notre Dame – Sr., Attack
    Nadine Hadnagy, Maryland – Sr., Defense
    Molly Hendrick, North Carolina – Sr., Attack
    Olivia Hompe, Princeton – Sr., Attack
    Darby Kiernan, Colorado – Jr., Attack
    Steph Lazo, Penn State – Sr., Attack
    Sarah Martin, Albany – Sr., Midfield
    Marie McCool, North Carolina – Jr., Midfield
    Michaela Michael, USC – Sr., Attack
    Kylie Ohlmiller, Stony Brook – Jr., Attack
    Catie Smith, Cornell – Sr., Defense
    Paige Soenksen, Colorado – Sr., Goalie
    Mollie Stevens, Florida – Sr., Attack
    Zoe Stukenberg, Maryland – Sr., Midfield
    Megan Taylor, Maryland – Soph., Goalie
    Dorrien Van Dyke, Stony Brook – Sr., Midfield
    Megan Whittle, Maryland – Jr., Attack

  3. As expected Fields makes the Tewaaraton 25 Nominees:

     

    The 25 men’s nominees:
    Nick Aponte, Penn State – Sr., Attack
    Trevor Baptiste, Denver – Jr., Face-off
    Jack Bruckner, Duke – Sr., Attack
    Josh Byrne, Hofstra – Sr., Attack
    Connor Cannizzaro, Denver – Sr., Attack
    Jack Concannon, Hofstra – Jr., Goalie
    Zach Currier, Princeton – Sr., Midfield
    Connor Fields, Albany – Jr., Attack
    Nick Fields, Johns Hopkins – Sr., Defense
    Jake Froccaro, Villanova – Sr., Midfield
    Justin Guterding, Duke – Jr., Attack
    Colin Heacock, Maryland – Sr., Attack
    Nick Mariano, Syracuse – Sr., Midfield
    Dylan Molloy, Brown – Sr., Attack
    Sergio Perkovic, Notre Dame – Sr., Midfield
    Benny Pugh, Richmond – Sr., Goalie
    Matt Rambo, Maryland – Sr., Attack
    Ben Reeves, Yale – Jr., Attack
    Sergio Salcido, Syracuse – Sr., Midfield
    John Sexton, Notre Dame – Jr., Long Stick Midfield
    Michael Sowers, Princeton – Fr., Attack
    Patrick Spencer, Loyola – Soph., Attack
    Joel Tinney, Johns Hopkins – Jr., Midfield
    Zed Williams, Virginia – Sr., Attack
    Jake Withers, Ohio State – Sr., Face-off

  4. Quint Kessenich: Faceoff specialist can put clamp on title plans

    TD Ierlan (Albany): The three-sport star from Victor, N.Y, has been impressive in his initial campaign, showing a rare versatility of style and technique. Ierlan (71 percent and seven points) showcased a variety of stances (standing and down on one knee), hand placement (underhand and motorcycle grip) and counters in a one-goal loss to Maryland.

    "If I were to list five qualities that TD possesses that separate him from most, they would be – humble, competitiveness, relentless work ethic on and off field, ability to adapt during the game and mental strength," Albany coach Scott Marr said. This freshman grasps the nuances. Albany (10-2) faces Yale (8-3) on Saturday.

  5. Paul Carcaterra's comments from Saturdays Yale/Brown game:

     

    (Again this week) if season ended this weekend he would give Fields the Tewarraton

    Fields was dominant against Maryland's D

    Atmosphere for UA/Maryland was incredible.

    Casey Stadium would be great venue for quarterfinal site - facilities, central location, fans

    Believes UA can make it to Final Four

  6. UAlbany Women's Lacrosse Earns 11-10 Upset at #8/8 Cornell

    BIG win for the ladies, GREAT Job!

     

    UAlbany (8-4) held on defense against Cornell (9-2) with a shot clock violation with 1:34 left. After Savitcheff’s free position shot went high with around 30 seconds left, a second chance for Savitcheff from Emma Powlin found the back of the net with 18 seconds remaining. Then, Kenzie Neal won the draw and found a racing Savitcheff all alone. Savitcheff buried the goal with 10 seconds to go, giving UAlbany the lead and the eventual 11-10 victory.

     

  7. Tuition plan demands students stay in New York New aid requires residency equal to number of years benefit received

    "A recipient shall agree to reside exclusively in New York State, and shall not be employed in any other state, for a continuous number of years equal to the duration of the award," the legislation states.

    Recipients must also sign a contract that would convert the scholarship into a student loan in the event that they decide to take a job out of state within the period of obligation. Exceptions can be made for students who continue to pursue an undergraduate education after the five-year maximum runs out, or begin pursuing a graduate degree full or part time.

     

    Speaking Monday morning on a conference call with members of newspaper editorial boards, Cuomo said the rationale for the residency requirement was clear: "Why should New Yorkers pay for your college education, and then you pick up and move to California?" he said. "The concept of investing in you (and) your education is that you're going to stay here and be an asset to the state. If you don't want to stay here, then go to California now — let them pay for your college education."

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  8. Ten UAlbany students won the Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence, the highest honor the State University of New York bestows on its students.

     

    Cassandra Edwards of Brampton, Canada
    Major: Psychology; Minor, Criminal Justice

    An international student, Edwards is graduating with a bachelor’s in honors psychology and a minor in criminal justice and has already started her graduate program, working toward a Master’s in Mental Health Counseling. Besides excelling in the classroom, she is an honors program scholar, undergraduate research assistant, and community volunteer. Edwards is a prominent member and two-year captain of the University at Albany women’s basketball team.

    After completing her Master’s, she plan to pursue a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology.

  9. Division I Midseason All-Americans ILWOMEN'S MIDSEASON ALL-AMERICA TEAM Attack

    Sammi Burgess, Florida, Sr.

    Steph Lazo, Penn State, Sr.

    Kylie Ohlmiller, Stony Brook, Jr.

    Mollie Stevens, Florida, Sr.

    Megan Whittle, Maryland, Jr.

    Midfield

    Maggie Bill, North Carolina, Jr.

    Alex Condon, Penn, Jr.

    Sarah Martin, Albany, Sr.

    Marie McCool, North Carolina, Jr.

    Zoe Stukenberg, Maryland, Sr.

    Draw Control Specialist

    Sammy Jo Tracy, North Carolina, Sr.

    Defense

    Taylor Bresnahan, Florida, Sr.

    Caroline Fitzgerald, Florida, Sr.

    Nadine Hadnagy, Maryland, Sr.

    Catie Smith, Cornell, Sr.

    Lydia Sutton, USC, Jr.

    Goalie

    Paige Soenken, Colorado, Sr.

  10. Midseason 2017 All-Americans (Inside Lacrosse) First Team

    A-Connor Fields, Jr., Albany
    A-Pat Spencer, So., Loyola
    A-Ryder Garnsey, So., Notre Dame
    M-Sergio Salcido, Sr., Syracuse
    M-Jake Froccaro, Sr., Villanova
    M-Zach Currier, Sr., Princeton
    FO-Trevor Baptiste, Jr., Denver
    SSDM-Zach Goodrich, So., Towson
    LSM-John Sexton, Jr., Notre Dame
    D-Michael Rexrode, Jr., Rutgers
    D-Garrett Epple, Sr., Notre Dame
    D-Brendan Hynes, Sr., Richmond
    G-Benny Pugh, Sr., Richmond

     

    Second Team

     

    A-Michael Sowers, Fr., Princeton
    A-Josh Byrne, Sr., Hofstra
    A-Connor Cannizzaro, Sr., Denver
    M-Nick Mariano, Sr., Syracuse
    M-Joel Tinney, Jr., Johns Hopkins
    M-Connor Kelly, Jr., Maryland
    M-Ryan Conrad, So., Virginia
    FO-Gerard Arceri, Fr., Penn State
    SSDM-Drew Schantz, So., Notre Dame
    LSM-Larken Kemp, Sr., Brown
    D-Ben Randall, Jr., Ohio State
    D-Brett Osman, Jr., Hofstra
    D-Jarrod Neumann, Sr., Providence
    G-Jack Concannon, Jr., Hofstra

  11. Lacrosse Fix for Wednesday, March 29

     

    1. Albany’s Connor Fields and Stony Brook’s Kylie Ohlmiller are on pace to break the NCAA Division I men’s and women’s lacrosse single-season scoring records, respectively. Fields is chasing not only a legend, but also his former teammate. He has 53 points (30 goals, 23 assist) through seven games. Two-time Tewaaraton winner and former Great Danes attackman Lyle Thompson had 48 points at the same juncture of his record-setting 128-point campaign in 2014.

  12. Quint's Top 20: Crystallizing the Landscape

     

    America EastVerified account @AmericaEast 1h1 hour ago

    #AEMLAX Rookie of the Week: TD Ierlan, @UAlbanyMLax Won 81% of FOs (35-for-43), 27 GB, an assist in 2 wins last week

     

    #AEMLAX Offensive Player of the Week: @connorfields14, @UAlbanyMLax 16 points on 12 goals & 4 assists in 2 wins last week

     

     

    Weekly Awards
    Feb. 6 -
    Offensive Player of the Week: Cam Milligan, Vermont; Defensive Player & Rookie of the Week: Nick Washuta, Vermont
    Feb. 13 - Offensive Player of the Week: Sean Tyrrell, UMass Lowell; Defensive Player of the Week: None Selected; Rookie of the Week: Jake Brothers, UMBC
    Feb. 20 - Offensive Player of the Week: Alex Corpolongo, Stony Brook; Defensive Player of the Week: Tanner Cosens, Binghamton; Rookie of the Week: Ben French, Vermont
    Feb. 27 - Offensive Player of the Week: Connor Fields, Albany; Defensive Player of the Week: JD Colarusso, Albany; Rookie of the Week: Cory VanGivhoven, Stony Brook

    March 6 - Offensive Player of the Week: Connor Fields, Albany; Defensive Player of the Week: Tanner Cosens, Binghamton; Rookie of the Week: Jakob Patterson, Albany
    March 13 - Offensive Player of the Week: Tom Moore, Binghamton; Defensive Player of the Week: Grant Lardieri, UMass Lowell; Rookie of the Week: Ryan Frawley, UMBC
    March 20 - Offensive Player of the Week: Billy Nolan, UMBC; Defensive Player of the Week: JD Colarusso, Albany; Rookie of the Week: TD Ierlan
    March 27 - Offensive Player of the Week: Connor Fields, Albany; Defensive Player of the Week: Garrett Waldron, Binghamton; Rookie of the Week: TD Ierlan, Albany

  13. Still in the lead after the winter.

     

    Albany Maintains Commissioner's Cup Lead After Winter Season

    BOSTON - After capturing three of the five America East winter championships, Albany has grown its lead in the 2016-17 Commissioner’s Cup standings through the completion of 11 championships. The Great Danes won both the men's and women's indoor track & field titles as well the women's basketball crown to earn 124 winter points and maintain their hold on first place. As they did in the fall, New Hampshire and Stony Brook followed in second and third place, respectively.

    The Commissioner’s Cup annually recognizes the strongest athletic program in America East as determined by a scoring system which rewards a school for success both during the regular season and championship competition in the conference’s 17 sports.

     

    2016-17 Winter Stuart P. Haskell, Jr. Commissioner’s Cup Standings
    Rank School Points

    1. Albany 291

    2. New Hampshire 251

    3. Stony Brook 188

    4. Vermont 161

    T5. UMBC 135

    T5. UMass Lowell 135

    7. Hartford 126

    8. Maine 123

    9. Binghamton 110

    Need to Know

    • Albany leads the Commissioner’s Cup standings following the winter season after winning three championships, upping its total to five for the year.
    • The Great Danes kept a trio of impressive streaks alive, winning their 12th-straight men's indoor track & field crown, fifth in a row on the women's side and sixth-consecutive women's basketball championship.
    • New Hampshire maintained its hold on second place after winning its first-ever women's basketball regular-season title and placing second in women's swimming and diving.
    • Stony Brook stayed in third after accumulating the second-most points in men's basketball and finishing second in women's indoor track & field.
    • Vermont, which swept the men's basketball regular-season and tournament titles becoming the first team to go 19-0 again conference foes in a season, followed in fourth, while UMBC won its third-straight swimming and diving title to tie for fifth place with UMass Lowell.

    The scoring system for the Stuart P. Haskell, Jr. Commissioner’s Cup is as follows: In sports where regular-season round robin competition is conducted, the first-place institution in the final standings receives four points times the total number of teams involved in conference play. The second-place institution receives four less points; third place receives eight less points, and so on. Additionally, the America East (tournament) champion receives two points times the total number of teams participating in the championship. The second-place institution receives two less points; third place receives four less points and so on down to the last-place institution which receives two points.

    In sports where regular-season round robin competition is not conducted (cross country, track & field, swimming & diving), the first-place institution at the America East championship receives two points times the total number of teams participating in the championship. The second-place institution receives two less points; third place gets four less points and so on down to the last place team which receives two points.

     

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