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University at Albany baseball had a picture perfect week. The Danes (12-13, 4-4 AE) knocked the Marist College Red Foxes (12-16, 3-2 MAAC) 10-2 on Wednesday and swept a double …

There has been a firestorm of attention surrounding Duke basketball player Zion Williamson since an incident on the court last Wednesday that caused his foot to blow right through a …

University at Albany senior attack and captain Connor Fields was listed as doubtful for Saturday’s first-round NCAA tournament matchup at Casey Stadium versus the Richmond Spiders. After the game, the …

ALBANY, N.Y. — The UAlbany men’s basketball team held off a surging Iona Gaels team defeating them 69-67 in the first game of the 2017-18 season in front of a …

Just six days after winning the America East Championship for the second consecutive season, the University at Albany Women’s soccer team went from the highest of highs to the lowest …

By Lauren Navratil Soccer players usually score goals after some clear-cut passing near the 18-yard line of their opponent, leaving a sliver of opportunity for a player to take the …

By Celia Balf What is a typical day like for a student-athlete at the University at Albany? It is very common to see, or even smell, a student-athlete from a …

By Aaron Cheris Sports Editor sports.asp@gmail.com September 22, 2015 It’s hard to replace a superstar. Just ask the University at Albany football team. Running back Omar Osbourne took a pile …

By Aaron Cheris Sports Editor sports.asp@gmail.com September 21, 2015   The University at Albany field hockey team is currently ranked fifth in the country. With the target on their backs …

By Shane Marshall Staff Writer sports.asp@gmail.com September 8, 2015 The Great Danes’ new era began with a touchdown, but Buffalo stormed back with 38 unanswered points en route to a …