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UAFAN

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  1. Unfortunately, the excavation by the baseball field and across the football practice fields is NOT stadium related. It is for the sewer hook-up for the new dorm. Albany would not allow the University to connect to its system, so it is being connect to Guilderland's. However, my sources tell me that the Stadium project is moving forward rapidly!

  2. Don't like the sound of this at all!

     

    Model 2: Substantial reduction to Athletics, and smallest reduction to Schools and Colleges

     

    ..........A 50% reduction in the Athletic Department’s state funds budget would remove stateside funding for a significant proportion of the division’s staff.

    ..........Because this scenario would result in a withdrawal from participation in Division I Athletics, and consequent elimination of the student athletics fee, the cost of attendance at the University would be reduced by $500 and thereby enabling the University to explore the cost-of-attendance elasticity on enrollment

     

    http://www.albany.edu/budget/files/Budget_Advisory_Group-IV_Final_Report.pdf

  3. On my way out to lunch I saw a CT Male truck and worker(s) working in/around the SEFCU parking lot. According to their website "C.T. Male Associates, P.C., a nationally ranked engineering and architectural design firm, serves clients in the municipal, state, federal, commercial and industrial markets, offering innovative solutions to today’s design, technical and regulatory challenges." Hopefully working on the stadium or at the very least a second exit to the Q parking lot.

  4. Watching Siena, the one guy who really makes me upset that we can't get is Rossiter. A player who boxes out hard, has a nose for the ball, is a bit undersized for a center but has success and grows as a player. There HAVE to be players who available who can be developed into that sort of role. Hopefully, Metcalf can turn into that kind of player.

     

    Need a Chris Kramer(purdue) as well. All Big Ten All-Defensive Team for 4 years. 2nd half he blocks downey and knocks it off his face out of bounds. NICE!

  5. Looks like good news is coming...............

     

     

    http://www.albany.edu/facilities/dgeis/documents/CaptialProjectSchedule12-09-09.pdf'>http://www.albany.edu/facilities/dgeis/documents/CaptialProjectSchedule12-09-09.pdf

     

    Implement Various Athletics Improvements

    Phased series of improvements to athletics facilities, to include a new multi-use athletic facility (possibly a phased project).

    Spring 2010

     

    Draft Generic Environmental Impact Statement

    http://www.albany.edu/facilities/dgeis/

  6. http://www.americaeast.com/ViewArticle.dbm...DB_OEM_ID=14000

     

     

     

    How does Resetarits not win ROY? University of Hartford’s Scott Bement (Canandaigua, N.Y./Canandaigua) was chosen Rookie of the Year without winning ROW once! Our freshman goaltender won it twice. Hartford was 2-11 (1-4 in AE).

     

    Rookie of the Week:

    Feb 14-22: ............................... Aidan Genik, Fr., A, Hartford

    Feb 23-March 1: .......................Joe Resetarits, Fr., A, Albany

    March 2-8: ................................. John Carroll, Fr., G, Albany

    March 9-15: .............................Joe Resetarits, Fr., A, Albany

    March 16-22: ...........................Joe Resetarits, Fr., A, Albany

    March 23-29: ............................. John Carroll, Fr., G, Albany

    March 30-April 5 .......................Joe Resetarits, Fr., A, Albany

    April 6-12 ...........................Justin Radebaugh, Fr., M, UMBC

    April 13-19: .........................Kyle Belton, Fr., A, Stony Brook

    April 20-26: ................Robbie Campbell, Fr., M, Stony Brook

  7. From Club Trillion Blog (Ohio State Player Mark Titus' Blog):

     

    "Anyway, the nasty taste left in our mouths from losing the Big Ten Championship was erased when we found out that we would be playing Siena, which happens to be my favorite shade of Crayola brown, in the first round of the NCAA tournament."

  8. Just got the letter today.........

     

    Renew by 8/1 get 10% off

    Adding over 300 Chairbacks

    Have until 10/1 to reserve regualr season seat for post-season play

    Purchase season tickiet and tourney all-session pass before 10/1 get FREE Siena game ticket

    Footbal Season Tickets on sale as well

     

    Football - Reserved $30

    Basketball - Courtside $250 (w/ all session tourney pass $335)

    Basketball - Chairback $150 (w/ all session tourney pass $205)

    Basketball - Reserved $100 (w/ all session tourney pass $145)

     

    Football Parking Pass $15

    Basketball Parking Pass $50

    Siena Tickets $15

  9. Just got this email...........

     

    As we finish the semester, I'd like to take this opportunity to update

    you and the campus community on the ongoing search process to select the

    next President for the University at Albany.

     

    Throughout its tenure, the Search Committee has worked vigorously to

    identify and recruit Presidential candidates of excellence. Our

    standards and scrutiny have been appropriately high and rigorous. We've

    engaged in extensive review and outreach to develop as deep a candidate

    pool as possible. We have met extensively on the phone and in person,

    often on one if not two weekend days. We've interviewed a significant

    number of candidates, in certain instances twice to assess their

    suitability and viability.

     

    While the Committee's energy and commitment has been one of constant

    resolve, our search has been complicated by several extraordinary

    challenges, including: a respected, but still interim Chancellor, the

    resignation of Governor Spitzer and a budget environment that poses

    extraordinary challenges for Public Higher Education.

     

    Notwithstanding these challenges, we have received a broad based and

    sincere interest from candidates seeking to be the next President of the

    University at Albany. However, at this juncture, while we have

    candidates for consideration, the pool does not meet the quantitative

    and qualitative criteria required to present to the Campus. After

    careful deliberation and with the support of the Chairman of the Board

    of Trustees, Carl Hayden, the Committee has unanimously decided that it

    would be best to continue and resume in earnest the search after a new

    Chancellor has been selected. We agree with Chairman Hayden that having

    a Chancellor in place is vital to our process. A world-class Chancellor

    will provide stable and dynamic leadership for SUNY. Perhaps more

    importantly for us, the new Chancellor will be a magnet for recruiting

    excellent Presidential candidates to our campus.

     

    In the meantime, and as the search continues, George Philip will

    continue his extraordinary service as Interim President. I'd like to

    thank the search committee for their dedication and devotion on this

    extremely important mission and thank the faculty, administration and

    staff at the University for their patience and understanding through

    this process. We will continue to keep the campus community updated on

    our progress. Thank you.

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