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  1. Hawks Baseball Falls, 4-2, to BrockportRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Hudson Valley Press

    The State University of New York at New Paltz baseball team's road to the State University of New York Athletic Conference Tournament became slightly more difficult on Sunday at Siena College, as the Hawks lost a 4-2 decision to The College at Brockport.


  2. Here's What Happens In Your Body When You YawnRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 13 | Switched

    ... within the brain," explains Andrew C. Gallup, Ph.D., an assistant professor of psychology at SUNY College at Oneonta and a lead author on several studies about thermoregulation and yawning. "So yawning may function in altering the first two ...


  3. Film Recalls Humiliation of Oneonta 'Black List'Read the original story

    Wednesday Apr 9 |

    It all started with a phone call in 1992, when attorney Scott Fein was contacted by civil rights activists about a peculiar incident up in Oneonta.


  4. College lacrosse: Goolden sparks SUNY Canton over ClarksonRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 8 | Watertown Daily Times

    Tressa Goolden scored three straight goals in the second half to lead the SUNY Canton women's lacrosse team to a 13-11 victory over Clarkson in a nonconference game Tuesday afternoon.


  5. April 8 Mount Saint Mary roundup: Softball, baseball, lacrosse resultsRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 8 | Times Herald-Record

    Victoria Goldbach tossed a five-inning perfect game in the opener Tuesday, striking out nine, as host Mount Saint Mary swept Lehman, 17-0 and 19-0, in a non-league doubleheader.


  6. A sunny April dayRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 6 | The Washington Post

    Brian Jackson joined the Capital Weather Gang in the Spring of 2008. He hails from the snowbelt region of upstate New York and holds degrees in meteorology from SUNY Oneonta and Florida State University.


  7. D.C. area forecast: Milder and sunny Sunday; Rainy day MondayRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 6 | The Washington Post

    We'll squeeze both days into the nicer period ahead of our next storm this weekend and with a lighter wind and a couple extra degrees, today gets my pick this time around.


  8. Pace Teams Post Wins in Baseball, Softball, LacrosseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 3 | The Yorktown Daily Voice

    Three of Pace University's men's and women's athletic teams continued game action and earned wins on Wednesday, April 2. The men's lacrosse team earned a 14-10 win against American International to improve to 2-4 on the season and 1-4 in the Northeast-10 conference.


  9. Susan N. Morris, 76, Former Longtime Yorktown HeightsRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 3 | The Yorktown Daily Voice

    Susan N. Morris, longtime resident of Yorktown Heights and more recently living in Mahopac, died March 30. He was 76. Morris was born in 1937, in Catskill, to David and Alice Newman.


  10. New Paltz Splits Doubleheader in OpenerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 2 | Hudson Valley Press

    During a weekend in which rainy weather wreaked havoc on the State University of New York at New Paltz baseball team's schedule, the Hawks were able to fit in a doubleheader on Saturday at Loren Campbell Memorial Field, splitting with The College at Brockport in their home-opening doubleheader.


  11. SUNY Oneonta projects to get $13 million in state budget fundingRead the original story

    Monday Mar 31 | The Daily Star

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  12. V845 high school baseball preview: Is it springtime yet?Read the original story

    Monday Mar 31 | Times Herald-Record

    With winter weather sticking around late into March, Chester coach Mike Doucette and his players have been eagerly awaiting their chance to get outside.


  13. College Roundup: Cornell splits Ivy baseball doubleheader; Ithaca sweeps HoughtonRead the original story

    Sunday Mar 30 | Press & Sun-Bulletin

    The Cornell baseball team opened Ivy League play with some high drama, taking the opener of a doubleheader with league power Dartmouth in walkoff fashion before falling in extra innings in the nightcap at Hoy Field.


  14. Forecast: Windy today as washout weekend continues; warmer weather on the wayRead the original story

    Sunday Mar 30 | The Washington Post

    Latest regional radar shows movement of precipitation and lightning strikes over past two hours.


  15. Fisher Elementary teacher wins awardRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 27 | Manchester Journal

    Michelle Tessier, a fourth grade teacher at Fisher Elementary School has received a "Bright Spots in Education" award from the ETA Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma International.


  16. Baseball wins home opener following successful Florida swingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 26 | The Whit

    Infielder Mark Benak attempts a double play in a 3-0 win over Stevens Institute of Technology on March 23. The Profs will enter New Jersey Athletic Conference play at 13-3 overall.-Staff photo/Louis Gormley With the 2014 spring break over, Rowan's baseball team returned to campus from its trip to Florida for its home opener and shut out Stevens ... (more)


  17. Jewish Film Fest returns for second yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 26 | Press & Sun-Bulletin

    The opening event Sunday will be a dinner and a showing of the film "When Comedy Went to School" at the Jewish Community Center, 500 Clubhouse Rd., Vestal.


  18. Virginia Assistant Coach Ron Sanchez Talks BasketballRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 26 | KHQ-TV Spokane

    Former WSU and current Virginia assistant coach under Tony Bennett shares his thoughts on what the Cougars need as their next head coach.


  19. Ultimate Frisbee Tries to crack New York's Crowded Pro Sports LandscapeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 25 | The Village Voice

    On an unusually warm afternoon between polar vortexes, patches of snow still cover the athletic fields at East River Park.


  20. Katie Long and Jonathan Puntenney to marryRead the original story

    Mar 17, 2014 | The Warwick Advertiser

    Katie received a bachelor of science degree in restaurant and food services administration from SUNY Oneonta.