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  1. UAlbany's Imani Tate out indefinitely

    Senior guard Imani Tate, the leading scorer for the UAlbany women's basketball team, is out indefinitely with an undisclosed injury to her left foot.

    Tate, who averages a team best 20.4 points per game, did not play in the Great Danes' latest game, a 64-53 overtime loss at Yale on Saturday.

    Coach Joanna Bernabei-McNamee said the 5-foot-8 Tate will be evaluated day-by-day. She said there is no timetable for Tate's return to the court. Tate was at UAlbany's practice at SEFCU Arena Monday wearing a boot on her left foot. She also had the boot on at the Yale game.

    "We have to find the positives in everything," Bernabei-McNamee said. "At this point of the year, not having her allows other players to step up as opposed to deferring to her offensively."

    Tate said she started feeling discomfort in her foot in the days leading up to UAlbany's game with Siena at SEFCU Arena on Nov. 27. She has only missed one game in her career — that came during her freshman season.

    "I thought it was a minor injury and I really wasn't paying that much attention to it," Tate said. "This (sitting out) was not my choice."

    Tate ranks fifth on the UAlbany women's all-time scoring list with 1,350 points.

     

     

    UAlbany senior Imani Tate will likely not play tomorrow against Fairfield. Tate will be getting some tests done on her foot today.

  2. CAA Football Announces Post-Season Award Winners

     

    2016 All-CAA Football First Team

    (as voted on by the head coaches)

    OFFENSE

    QB Bryan Schor James Madison Jr.

    RB Khalid Abdullah James Madison Sr.

    RB Elijah Ibitokun-Hanks UAlbany So.

    FB/HB Anthony Manzo-Lewis UAlbany Jr.

    WR Brian Brown Richmond Sr.

    WR Brandon Ravenel James Madison Sr.

    WR Micah Wright Maine So.

    TE Jonathan Kloosterman James Madison Jr.

    OL Thomas Evans Richmond Sr.

    OL Mitchell Kirsch James Madison Sr.

    OL Tad McNeely New Hampshire Sr.

    OL Timon Parris Stony Brook Jr.

    OL Aaron Stinnie James Madison Jr.

    OL Jerry Ugokwe William & Mary Sr.

    PK Griffin Trau Richmond So.

    KR Shane Simpson Towson Fr.

    PR Rashard Davis James Madison Sr.

     

    DEFENSE

    DL Andrew Ankrah James Madison Jr.

    DL Winston Craig Richmond Sr.

    DL Tanoh Kpassagnon Villanova Sr.

    DL Patrick Ricard Maine Sr.

    DL Cam Shorey New Hampshire Sr.

    LB Charles Bell Delaware Jr.

    LB Austin Calitro Villanova Sr.

    LB Omar Howard Richmond Sr.

    LB Michael Nicastro UAlbany Sr.

    LB Christophe Mulumba Tshimanga Maine Sr.

    CB Casey DeAndrade New Hampshire Sr.

    CB Taylor Reynolds James Madison Sr.

    S Raven Greene James Madison Jr.

    S Rob Rolle Villanova Jr.

    P Jake Ryder Towson Sr.

     

     

    2016 All-CAA Football Second Team

    OFFENSE

    QB Kyle Lauletta Richmond Jr.

    RB Kendell Anderson William & Mary Sr.

    RB Dalton Crossan New Hampshire Sr.

    FB/HB James Pavik Richmond Sr.

    WR Ray Bolden Stony Brook Jr.

    WR DeVonte Dedmon William & Mary Jr.

    WR Christian Summers Towson Sr.

    TE Andrew Caskin William & Mary Jr.

    OL Connor Bozick Delaware Sr.

    OL Matt Frank James Madison Sr.

    OL Brody Kern Delaware Jr.

    OL Brad Seaton Villanova Sr.

    OL Nicholas Vergos Richmond Sr.

    PK John Gallagher Elon Sr.

    KR Harold Cooper Rhode Island Jr.

    PR Micah Wright Maine So.

     

    DEFENSE

    DL Ousmane Camara Stony Brook Jr.

    DL Malachi Hoskins UAlbany Jr.

    DL Bilal Nichols Delaware Jr.

    DL Brandon Waller Richmond Jr.

    LB Shane Lawless Stony Brook So.

    LB Troy Reeder Delaware So.

    LB John Silas Elon Sr.

    LB Gage Steele James Madison Sr.

    CB Rayshan Clark UAlbany Sr.

    CB Trey Reed William & Mary Sr.

    S Tyrice Beverette Stony Brook Jr.

    S Jaheem Woods Stony Brook Sr.

    P Gunnar Kane James Madison Sr.

     

     

    2016 All-CAA Football Third Team

    OFFENSE

    QB Dan Collins Maine Sr.

    RB Stacey Bedell Stony Brook Jr.

    RB Aaron Forbes Villanova So.

    RB Wes Hills Delaware Jr.

    WR Terrence Alls James Madison Jr.

    WR Andre Dessenberg Towson Sr.

    WR Neil O’Connor New Hampshire So.

    WR Tyler Wilkins Richmond So.

    TE Ryan Bell Villanova Jr.

    TE Garrett Hudson Richmond Jr.

    OL Max Andrews Maine Sr.

    OL Jamil Demby Maine Jr.

    OL Chris Durant William & Mary Jr.

    OL Andrew Lauderdale New Hampshire Sr.

    OL Kevin Malloy UAlbany Sr.

    PK Aidan O’Neill Towson Fr.

    KR Earnest Edwards Maine Fr.

    PR Casey DeAndrade New Hampshire Sr.

     

    DEFENSE

    DL Jose Duncan Rhode Island Jr.

    DL John Haggart Stony Brook So.

    DL Bryan Osei Villanova Sr.

    DL Isaiah Stephens William & Mary Jr.

    LB DeVaughn Chollette New Hampshire Sr.

    LB Stephen Lubnow William & Mary Sr.

    LB Sterling Sheffield Maine So.

    LB Ed Shockley Villanova Jr.

    CB Nassir Adderley Delaware So.

    CB Najee Goode Maine Jr.

    CB Darin Peart Stony Brook Jr.

    S Brendan Coniker Richmond Jr.

    S Monty Fenner Towson Jr.

    S Pop Lacey New Hampshire Fr.

    P John Hinchen Villanova Jr.

     

    COACH OF THE YEAR

    Mike Houston, James Madison

    OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

    Bryan Schor, James Madison (QB - Jr.)

    DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

    Tanoh Kpassagnon, Villanova (DL - Sr.)

    SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR

    Rashard Davis, James Madison (PR/WR - Sr.)

    OFFENSIVE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

    Shane Simpson, Towson (RB - Fr.)

    DEFENSIVE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

    Prince Smith, Jr., New Hampshire (CB - Fr.)

    CHUCK BOONE LEADERSHIP AWARD

    Casey DeAndrade, New Hampshire (CB - Sr.)

  3. BREAKING NEWS.............

     

    NEW game to debut this Saturday at the game day tailgate..............The Banned Stadium Chair Toss!

     

    Toss your banned stadium chair into a banned oversized opaque tote bag win a pretzel!

    Toss your banned stadium chair into a banned diaper bag win a great Dane Cookie!

    Toss your banned stadium chair into a binocular case or fanny pack win a free grass seat on the Berm!

    (Seat MUST land in said tote/case/pack completely to win. Banned chairs will be confiscated once tossed and participant will be banished to the Dutch Quad parking lot).

     

    Look for us between can jam and corn hole!

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