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Title: SUNYAC
Post by: SuperFan on November 24, 2004, 10:04:30 am
Hey ladies, this is your boy Oscar just letting ya know I'm always watching. Good game last night against Clarkson, Laura keep them doubles doubles coming, Ashley I see you, big game off the bench yesterday. Lynette keep playing hard everything will come to you (and pull you shorts up)...as for the rest of you ladies keep balling, I see ya.....
Title: SUNYAC
Post by: lakernation on January 16, 2005, 12:18:48 am
How about the Lakers????  10-0!!!
Title: SUNYAC
Post by: pburghfan on January 20, 2005, 08:48:12 pm
Lets Go Pburgh...Get a win tomorrow and another on Saturday...show them what you are made of...keep the faith and get two W's this weekend!  
Title: SUNYAC
Post by: goreddragons on January 26, 2005, 12:50:04 pm
Let's go Red Dragons.  You have the talent and drive to win big!!  Take those 3 pointers and keep shootin'.  You're sure to go far!!!!!
Title: SUNYAC
Post by: pburghfan on January 30, 2005, 03:29:54 am
Good Job this weekend Plattsburgh...you didnt get both but at least you got one!  Get a W on Tuesday against SUNYIT!  You can do it!  Lets go!
Title: SUNYAC
Post by: pburghfan on February 05, 2005, 12:56:04 am
Lets go Pburgh...you did so well against IT...keep it up...show Cortland how its done...get another W!  
Title: SUNYAC
Post by: John "No Nickname Needed" McGraw on February 20, 2005, 02:06:11 am
2005 SUNYAC Tournament Pairings, you don't have to wait until Sunday night!  

#1 Oswego Lakers vs. #8 Buffalo State Bengals
#2 Brockport Golden Eagles vs. #7 Plattsburgh Cardinals
#3 Cortland Red Dragons vs. #6 Geneseo Knights
#4 Oneonta Red Dragons vs. #5 Fredonia Blue Devils
Title: SUNYAC
Post by: Sean Ohnmacht on February 22, 2005, 07:42:23 pm
FINAL FROM OSWEGO STATE:

#1 OSWEGO STATE GREAT LAKERS 80  
#8 BUFFALO STATE BENGALS 61

NEXT GAME: Friday @3pm vs Oneonta/Fredonia
Title: SUNYAC
Post by: Sean Ohnmacht on February 22, 2005, 08:37:06 pm
FINAL FROM CORTLAND:
#3 Cortland 52, #6 Geneseo 51

FINAL FROM BROCKPORT:
#2 Brockport 57, #7 Plattsburgh 45

Cortland plays Brockport Friday at 1:00 pm

(Message edited by jabber811 on February 22, 2005)
Title: SUNYAC
Post by: Jabber on February 23, 2005, 01:31:14 am
FINAL FROM ONEONTA:

#4 Oneonta 56
#5 Fredonia 38
Title: SUNYAC
Post by: Jabber on February 23, 2005, 01:32:33 am
FRIDAY AT THE UTICA AUD:

1:00 Cortland vs Brockport
3:00 Oswego vs Oneonta
Title: SUNYAC
Post by: lakernation on February 23, 2005, 11:47:24 am
Lakers roll...what there any doubt?
Title: SUNYAC
Post by: John "No Nickname Needed" McGraw on February 24, 2005, 01:05:03 am
Cortland vs. Brockport 1pm, 12:45pm EST Pre-game
Oswego vs. Oneonta 3pm, 2:45pm EST Pre-game

http://www.bcmonsters.com
Title: SUNYAC
Post by: John "No Nickname Needed" McGraw on February 24, 2005, 09:59:46 pm
2004-2005 All-SUNYAC Women's Basketball

First Team
Ashley Broadhurst, BROCKPORT
Dani Maye, CORTLAND
Noreen Naughton, ONEONTA
Kelly Mraz, OSWEGO
Sara Lombard, OSWEGO

Second Team
Mary Ahrens, BROCKPORT
Jacey Brooks, BUFFALO STATE
Kaylin Van Dusen, CORTLAND
Sara Cavanaugh, CORTLAND
Amanda Neamon, FREDONIA

Honorable Mention
Danielle Bleecker, FREDONIA
Felisa Brown, GENESEO
Ann Marie Faia, ONEONTA
Kristin Sterling, OSWEGO
Laura Phillips, PLATTSBURGH

Player of the Year: Kelly Mraz, OSWEGO
Rookie of the Year: Ashley Broadhurst, BROCKPORT
Title: SUNYAC
Post by: portgrad2004 on February 26, 2005, 03:33:32 pm
Congratulations to the Brockport Golden Eagles Women for defeating Oswego 74-67 in OT to win the SUNYAC championship and clinch a bid in the NCAA tournament! Good Job!
Title: SUNYAC
Post by: d-mac on February 27, 2005, 05:27:07 pm
It is time to find out who is in... and who is out.
Whose bubble has been burst and who is wearing Cinderella's glass slippers.
It's Selection Sunday... and tonight there will be a special "Hoopsville" as the 2005 NCAA Men's and Women's Basketball Brackets are announced... LIVE on our air!
The Road to Salem and Virginia Beach officially starts tonight!


It plans to be a huge night... as 50 womens and 48 mens teams are officially invited to the dance and a chance at a national title.

Some teams already know they are going (thanks to winning their conferences) and some think they are going, but there are always surprises.

So tonight, we will break it all down. Starting at 8:30 PM EST, we will take a look at who is definitely in, who might make it, who will be disappointed, and what match-ups you might want to look forward to seeing later in the week.

Then at 10:00 PM EST... we will broadcast LIVE the Women's Selection Show so you can find out when we do... the 50 teams on the Road to Virginia Beach.

That will be followed by the Men's Selection Show at 10:30 PM EST - when 48 teams find out what their Road to Salem will be like.

After those selections... we will go over it with a fine-tooth comb and find out who we think are the surprises!

And throughout the show, we will hear from different regions with live reports and talk to coaches that have made surprising moves into the tournament.

Of course, you can listen in thank to Goucher College.
We suggest you try and use the low-bandwith signal which will require you to have Real Player and selection the 28K version of the show.
At the same time, you can listen to the Broadcastmonsters.com version, using Windows Media Player (go to the "Hoopsville" page for more information).

And you can share your opinions and questions with us, live on the air.
email - hoopsville@d3hoops.com  
AOL IM - Hoopsville2000

And for more information... check out the "Hoopsville" website (www.d3hoops.com/hoopsville)!

Again... it all starts tonight at 8:30 PM EST.
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: docksider on January 07, 2006, 11:34:05 pm
Hey all, it's time to reactivate this place.  As a long time observer of SUNYAC WBB, I'm convinced that the conference is stronger than ever.  Many more teams are contending for a spot at the Aud.  In recent years, Oswego has emerged as a new power in the league.  Ostate, Cstate, Bport and been traditional favorites with Fredonia and Gen, Buffstate too,  often there.  What are  your predictions for this year?  As you follow your favorite team, who are the ones to watch? 
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: cstatealum on January 08, 2006, 05:12:35 pm
My prediction is C-state all the way.  Last year was the first year they didn't make it to the finals since Yeoman took over and there is no way that Coach Yo will let that happen again.  Not to mention those freshman are nasty and Sara Cavanaugh is lighting it up again.  Kaylin VanDusen can not stand losing in her home town and if she keeps playing the way she is, it's hands down.  Go c-state.
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: docksider on January 09, 2006, 12:59:26 am
C-state is certainly off to a strong start.  The trio of seniors are all playing well, and getting better each game.  If the very talented juniors, soph, and frosh emulate the seniors' work ethic, C-State will likely be at the Aud, perhaps at the final game again.  Coach Yeoman's record would only add to that probability.  Still, they'll have to show up every day.  There are very few, if any, easy wins in SUNYAC anymore. 
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: docksider on January 11, 2006, 01:28:20 am
C-state holds posession of first place with 51-44 win at Oneonta.  Oswego has decisive win over a very good Fredonia team, 60-38, while NP domonates IT, 70-54.  Geneseo & Buff State win non con matchups, while Brockport falls to SJF and Potsdam loses to Clarkson, 71-60. 

There's a  threeway tie for second (Gen, Broc and Oswego) which leaves things wide open, especially with Gen topping Naz in overtime (given that Naz nipped C-Sate in December). 

Still have to give credit to C-state for posting 2 of its three conference wins on the road against perennial powers, Brockport and Oneonta. 

So much more to come.  Gotta love it!
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: docksider on January 20, 2006, 12:08:14 am
Any predictions? 

Friday, January 20
Buffalo State  at Brockport   
Potsdam  at Fredonia   
Geneseo  at Oneonta   
Oswego  at New Paltz   
Plattsburgh  at Cortland   

Saturday, January 21 
Potsdam  at Buffalo State   
Plattsburgh  at Fredonia   
Geneseo  at New Paltz   
SUNYIT  at Brockport   
Oswego  at Cortland   

Based on current standings, the main event is Oswego at Cortland on Saturday night.  Likely the matchup that shakes up or solidifies the current standings.  It's the only Ows v Cort matchup, so tiebreaker implictions would seem to be big.  That said, both of those teams have to prevail on Friday for Saturday to hold the drama. And a slip up by either puts a lot of other teams in play for the top spots.

 
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Bob Maxwell on February 03, 2007, 09:10:31 am
Another win for Brockport... 8-2.  Can anyone beat Cortland this year?
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Bob Maxwell on February 17, 2007, 10:39:47 am
I guess someone can... Brockport 55 Cortland 52 last night.

I hope there is a rubber game in the SUNYAC finals!
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Bob Maxwell on February 20, 2007, 06:00:41 pm
Opening night for the SUNYAC's and no one has posted a thing...

Hmm, 1  minute until tip off at Brockport... have to get the radio started!
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: atn alum on February 21, 2007, 09:29:09 am
Anyone with any details with what it was like to be at the New Paltz-Geneseo game?...we've had some herculean comebacks this season, but that one tops all...
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Caz Bombers on February 21, 2007, 02:44:58 pm
I was thisclose to heading down to NP for the game, then changed my mind at the last minute.  You know, I assumed when I read the local paper this morning that they had gotten it wrong.  18-point comeback in 2 minutes, 50 seconds?  Scoring 28 points in that timeframe?  That's impossible!  Guess not.   Good for the Hawks, even if C-State will slap them silly on Friday.
Title: New WBB Coach at Oneonta St.
Post by: bbbouncer on August 14, 2007, 03:02:24 pm
While not a major change, this is a positive for Oneonta State.

http://www.thedailystar.com/sports/2007/08/14/11-thompson-140.html

Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Caz Bombers on August 14, 2007, 10:27:40 pm
We'll see.  Hartwick hasn't been any good in several years now, and an E8 poster or two with knowledge of the 'Wick program (certainly not me) implied there was some player/coach friction going on.

However, from Hartwick's end, letting what was  your most successful D3 coach simply walk across town after 15 years is yet another indication of their refusal to even try and compete in any of their sports.  Gosh, I'm ever so glad (/sarcasm) that Ithaca is stuck in the same league as those yahoos.
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: thebear on November 21, 2007, 05:01:20 pm
Don't know if anyone noticed, but last night Potsdam beat St. Lawrence on the road 57-55. 

Potsdam trailed at the half, built a double digit lead in the second half, in large part due to the play of PG Hannah Fairchild, then withstood a furious SLU rally.  With the game tied at 55, Potsdam turned the ball over on the in bounds play after the tying basket.  Then in a scene reminescent of "Havlicek stole the ball" Potsdam's Cortney Poirier stole the inbounds pass with :04 and was fouled.  Poirier made both shots and Potsdam defended the final sequence.  Last season, SLU beat Potsdam by 25 en route to a 24-4 season.  Two years ago, Potsdam was 2-23, last year 11-15, and now suddenly competitive.

Great coaching job by Tara Ruckh.  Her team is led by a group of former class c and d all-state players from small schools in Northern NY (4 starters, and 10 of 13 players in all from Northern NY).  She has been very patient in developing this group of young women into a competitive team, and a great story.
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Caz Bombers on November 21, 2007, 05:25:09 pm
Good point.  Potsdam beating St. Lawrence would usually be just about inconceivable but after I saw the box score of IC only beating Potsdam by 4, I thought to myself, "whaddaya know, they're actually not awful this season."  Still didn't think they could beat the Lady Larries though...nice job by former Bomber assistant Tara Ruckh (and her assistant, ex-Bomber player Molly Brennan).
Title: SUNYAC 2007-08
Post by: jmchrystie on November 23, 2007, 01:18:22 pm
Thoughts on upcoming teams or games?
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: lom on November 29, 2007, 09:47:58 am
How about the SUNYAC's beating up on the Liberty League so far this season.  Both Brockport and Oswego beat RPI, Oswego over Skidmore, Potsdam over St. Lawrence and Clarkson, and New Paltz over Vassar.  Looks like the SUNYAC is te best league in the state.
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: rochnative on December 14, 2007, 08:55:58 am


What is going on with the SUNYAC this year?  Traditional powers are struggling (especially on the west side) and the usual "doormats" are flexing their muscles.

Oswego loses to Potsdam (at Oswego) and Geneseo is getting their doors blown off (1-6).  Potsdam beat St. Lawrence earlier in the year (are they for real?) and Geneseo has 10 players back from a consistently top squad in the league.  New Paltz is coming on strong and Oneonta is off to a rough start as well. 

What is going on??????????????????????
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: thebear on December 16, 2007, 08:22:06 pm
Potsdam has a veteran team, loaded with first & second team all state players from the Class C & D schools in the North Country.  They are still young (only two seniors, who both come off the bench).  The important thing is that most of these girls have spent their entire lives in winning, dominant programs, and as they adjust to the speed and physicality of the college game, that attitude that we can beat anyone is still there.

The starting five are athletic and "long".  They can go 9 or 10 deep, and they play solid team defense.  Don't know if they are ready to compete with the Cortland's of the world yet, but their wins at Oswego and at SLU show that they will be more competitive than in the past.

My read is that Cortland & Brockport are the front-runners, and clearly excellent teams.  I think everyone else is in the mix, and teams that can win on the road will have an advantage.  Even SUNYIT, a traditional doormat, is showing signs of solid play, and has already posted a couple of upsets.

The SUNYAC was getting too predictable, so a little uncertainty is a good thing for the conference.

Potsdam's women play next at the South Padre Island Shootout, facing traditional New England Power Colby-Sawyer on 12/28.

Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: rochhopps on December 17, 2007, 04:19:57 pm
Sems like Potsdam may do some damage in the usually "soft" east side of the Conference.  Cant believe the split for the SUNYAC.  West will def. go to Brockport or Oswego.  The others will beat up on eachother and knock eachother out. 

The East is Cortland/NP/or it seems Potsdam.  Who would of though that a few years ago???  Cortland has been the mainstay but playing each other 2x will determine who is the best on their side. 

Wacky schedule no more for this conference ;D
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Caz Bombers on December 17, 2007, 05:12:20 pm
Nobody has stayed within 15 points of Cortland this year.  Nobody has beaten Cortland at their place in the regular season since February 2004.  They are the overwhelming favorites until proven otherwise.  Potsdam  and New Paltz are no longer bottom-feeders, but they are far from C-State's caliber.
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: thebear on December 17, 2007, 08:26:15 pm
BTW - Potsdam women handled Oswego at Laker Hall 85-70.  Brockport has balance - four players in doubles, very rare for a women's team at any level.

Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: lom on December 18, 2007, 11:10:24 pm
You are right, Cortland has not won a game by less then 15, but who have they played?  Not one team with a winning record.  When they start beating some half way decent teams we will talk.  Yes looks good that they are ranked so high, it will look even better for the other conference teams that are going to beat them.
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Caz Bombers on December 19, 2007, 12:35:31 am
Well then, hey, best of luck with all that.  I hope they lose early and often...but I've still got 'em penciled in for 14-2 in the league.
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: lom on January 18, 2008, 02:25:29 pm
We need to get some more chat going here.  So much for the East being soft.  The East is 16 and 4 against the West, and it looks like it is going to continue this weekend. 
Potsdam/Cortland will also be an interesting match-up, and I looking to see if anyone out west can beat Brockport.  Maybe Oswego tonight?
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: lom on January 25, 2008, 11:37:43 am
Look for the upset tonight...New Paltz over Cortland.
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Caz Bombers on January 25, 2008, 11:52:53 pm
Look for the upset tonight...New Paltz over Cortland.

Looks like not, as I said a month ago.  NP did come within 13, closer than any SUNYAC team has gotten yet against C-State.  Honestly, if they get by that 2/5 game at Brockport, that's it, they're running the table.
Title: Casey Clark
Post by: patroonbball on January 26, 2008, 09:12:36 pm
 The Plattsburgh Cardinal has to be getting some serious consideration for SUNYAC defensive player of the year.
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: lom on January 27, 2008, 11:06:00 am
The NP/Cortland game was much closer then 13 points.  NP was up by 2 with about 2 or 3 to play and just couldn't finish, Crtland hit 3 big 3's and then NP started fouolling.  NP dominated them across the board for the majority of the game, they shot the ball very poorly and still had a shot at the end.  NP will get them at home in two weeks.
Title: Re: Casey Clark
Post by: thebear on January 31, 2008, 02:33:23 am
The Plattsburgh Cardinal has to be getting some serious consideration for SUNYAC defensive player of the year.

Didn't see anything that would convince me of that in our game on Tuesday. 

Frosh Taylor Armondo (watch her) & Vanessa Arthurton were the factors that kept Lady Cards in the game.

Thought Lady Bears would have trouble when Cards surged to tie with about 7:00 to play, but then Poirier & Lewis took the game over and stretched out.

Cards well coached as always.






Title: Tuesday's Ithaca-Oneonta Broadcast Info
Post by: WICB Sports on February 04, 2008, 03:29:06 pm
Coverage of Bombers basketball begins Tuesday at 5:40 p.m. Eastern time with Bombers Shootaround on 92 WICB (www.wicb.org).  Coverage of the women's contest between the Bombers and Oneonta tips off at 6 p.m., with Michael Polak and Matt McLaughlin with the call.

At 7:40 p.m., pregame coverage of the men's game begins on vicradio.org.  At 8 p.m., Nate March and Andrew Sidney have the call from the Ben Light Gymnasium on vicradio.org.
Title: Tough Week Ahead for Cortland
Post by: lom on February 04, 2008, 11:27:00 pm
Look for Cortland to struggle this week.  With point guard Maggie Byrne out for 4 weeks with the two wrist injuries, they could struggle at Brockport on Tuesday, and then at New Paltz and Oneonta this weekend.
Title: Re: Year End Coming Fast
Post by: zola on February 10, 2008, 12:57:55 am
Greg Dunn experienced that short trip to an alternate reality today. You know. A game at Oswego impartially administered by a the Boys from Syracuse, IAABO 38. Remember when the Boys from Syracuse was a National Guard squadron? That was a great crew.

Coach Dunn really drew the short straw for his first game in Max Ziel Gymnasium. The Lakers have been 64-9, or so, at home for the last four years and close to that for at least the previous three.  I’m told that the legendary Jerry Welsh, Tom Murphy, and others understood the value of home court advantage and coach Broderick continues that tradition. Today’s crew included The Book, The Whistle, and Shemp. Getting one of the first two in Oswego is tough but getting two is just plain unlucky. Disbelief was frequently the order of the day on the Brockport bench and with the Golden Eagles fans. Coach Dunn earns enormous positive karma for only drawing a single technical at exactly the right time.

Brockport opened the game with an up tempo 20 – 5 run and basically held on from there, up 13 at the half and closing up 16. Oswego had a couple of mini-runs but Brockport always responded.

Score aside, the Eagles and Lakers are great to watch. Both have speed, can push the ball, have shooters, and play their individual brands of tough defense. 

Today, Oswego ran a half court weave much of the game and got no scoring from 3. Nine Lakers got more than ten minutes but only four scored more than 3 points. Tommy Downing never got hot today and wasn’t alone.

After the opening run, Brockport’s Dave Moldanado and Mychal (Mych ?) Wilkes got into early foul trouble (see paragraph 2, above) and had their minutes held in check, 9 and 18 respectively. Brockport opened the game with Wilkes on the Laker’s senior point Nick Perioli – a great match up to watch while it lasted. The Eagles pounded the ball inside and their guards dropped some great inside passing on Oswego. Brandon Williams is quick, strong, and fearless - 23 points, 9 boards. Still, the paint was frequently an unpleasant place for anyone trying to enter or anyone already there.

Without a major surprise, Brockport wins out (been wrong many times before) and Plattsburg faces the biggest challenge with a trip into Cortland on Friday the 22nd.

The tournament is shaping up to be a classic.  Spread the word and get your campuses and communities behind their teams. And if you’re a hockey school, you might be surprised that you’ll see the same game played – on the hardwood and, most of the time, without sticks.

Come out to watch and make noise.

Title: Re: Year End Coming Fast
Post by: Caz Bombers on February 10, 2008, 10:03:03 am
Greg Dunn experienced that short trip to an alternate reality today. You know. A game at Oswego impartially administered by a the Boys from Syracuse, IAABO 38. Remember when the Boys from Syracuse was a National Guard squadron? That was a great crew.

Coach Dunn really drew the short straw for his first game in Max Ziel Gymnasium. The Lakers have been 64-9, or so, at home for the last four years and close to that for at least the previous three.  I’m told that the legendary Jerry Welsh, Tom Murphy, and others understood the value of home court advantage and coach Broderick continues that tradition. Today’s crew included The Book, The Whistle, and Shemp. Getting one of the first two in Oswego is tough but getting two is just plain unlucky. Disbelief was frequently the order of the day on the Brockport bench and with the Golden Eagles fans. Coach Dunn earns enormous positive karma for only drawing a single technical at exactly the right time.

Brockport opened the game with an up tempo 20 – 5 run and basically held on from there, up 13 at the half and closing up 16. Oswego had a couple of mini-runs but Brockport always responded.

Score aside, the Eagles and Lakers are great to watch. Both have speed, can push the ball, have shooters, and play their individual brands of tough defense. 

Today, Oswego ran a half court weave much of the game and got no scoring from 3. Nine Lakers got more than ten minutes but only four scored more than 3 points. Tommy Downing never got hot today and wasn’t alone.

After the opening run, Brockport’s Dave Moldanado and Mychal (Mych ?) Wilkes got into early foul trouble (see paragraph 2, above) and had their minutes held in check, 9 and 18 respectively. Brockport opened the game with Wilkes on the Laker’s senior point Nick Perioli – a great match up to watch while it lasted. The Eagles pounded the ball inside and their guards dropped some great inside passing on Oswego. Brandon Williams is quick, strong, and fearless - 23 points, 9 boards. Still, the paint was frequently an unpleasant place for anyone trying to enter or anyone already there.

Without a major surprise, Brockport wins out (been wrong many times before) and Plattsburg faces the biggest challenge with a trip into Cortland on Friday the 22nd.

The tournament is shaping up to be a classic.  Spread the word and get your campuses and communities behind their teams. And if you’re a hockey school, you might be surprised that you’ll see the same game played – on the hardwood and, most of the time, without sticks.

Come out to watch and make noise.



You posted this in the women's forum.
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: picabo on February 10, 2008, 10:22:38 am
We'll see.  Hartwick hasn't been any good in several years now, and an E8 poster or two with knowledge of the 'Wick program (certainly not me) implied there was some player/coach friction going on.

However, from Hartwick's end, letting what was  your most successful D3 coach simply walk across town after 15 years is yet another indication of their refusal to even try and compete in any of their sports.  Gosh, I'm ever so glad (/sarcasm) that Ithaca is stuck in the same league as those yahoos.

Actually, the posters have no clue what they're talking about.  I've been following Hartwick closely since 1994-94.  Coach Thompson is the best coach the program has ever had.  Now that she's at SUCO, I'm a SUCO fan (but still a Hartwick fan).
I'll spare all of you a lengthy history lesson, but if you're curious, just read some of my earlier posts in the E8 forum.
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Bear Fan on March 06, 2008, 07:43:19 pm
Nice wins for Oswego and Potsdam last night... all SUNYAC Final Four... should be a good weekend in Oneonta.  Heres hoping the Bears can build on their playoff experience for next year! 
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: OshDude on November 17, 2008, 12:30:57 am
Any volleyball fans? I posted on my blog (http://uwoshvball.wordpress.com/) a Nationals Guide similar to the ones I did for the St. Thomas and Oshkosh regionals. Check it out if you're interested in New Paltz and/or D-III VB.
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: thebear on November 30, 2008, 07:38:17 pm
Potsdam beat Ithaca 68-66.  Potsdam junior Rachel Graf (Elbridge, NY) took an inbounds pass with .6 left on the clock, turned and banked a 6 footer for the win.  Graf led all scorers with 21, also scoring in double figures for the Lady Bears were Cortney Poirier (Moira, NY) with 14, Hannah Fairchild (Brushton, NY) with 11, and Molly Krauza (Fredonia, NY) with 11.

Potsdam had a 30-18 edge in rebounding, and held Ithaca to 4 offensive rebounds.

Katherine Bixby (Philadelphia, PA) led the Lady Bombers with 16, and was aided by Lindsay Brown (Danbury, CT) with 12, Tracy Bradley(Brunswick, ME) with 11, and Elissa Klie(Wyckoff, NJ) with 11.

Potsdam moves to 3-1 on the season, while Ithaca drops to 3-3.  The win is significant because the Bombers had beaten SUNYAC powers Cortland & Oswego on the road in the past week.

Potsdam's next game is at Clarkson on Tuesday in a 6 PM start.  The Bombers host 2007 NCAA Elite 8 team William Smith at the Bulb on Tuesday.

Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: TheNextLevel on December 01, 2008, 12:51:08 pm
Potsdam is a contender in the SUNYAC this year.  Coach Ruckh has really turned that program around.  Ithaca is a team that is well coached and will always get better as the season continues.  It helped Postdam that asst. coach Molly Brennan is an Ithaca grad. (a little inside info always helps!)
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: thebear on January 06, 2009, 07:56:08 pm
Potsdam women move to 8-1 with a 75-68 decision at Skidmore.

Bears are led by Sr. F. Moe Curley with 20 pts and 9 rebounds.  Juniors Rachel Graf. Cortney Poirier, and Molly Krauza
had 13, 12 & 10 pts respectively, while senior Center Kelsey Shoen had 10 rebounds and 6 assists. 


Junior Sharlyn Harper came off the bench for the Thorughbreds to lead all scorers with 24 points, including 5x9 from beyond the arc.

Bears make the long road trip to Buffalo and Fredonia this weekend.  Winning streak now at 8 straight.

Seniors on this team (Shoen & Curley) were 2-23 as freshmen.  Major turnaround for the Bears under Tara Ruckh.



Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: sportznut on January 16, 2009, 02:50:32 pm
East division of SUNYAC is tough this year.  Cortland, Oneonta, Potsdam and New Paltz all beating up on each other... 

What has happened to the West teams??  The west was dominate there for about 5 years with the exception of Cortland and now they are horrible.  Buffalo State, Geneseo- combined 5 wins between them and 2 of Geneseo's are against a below par RIT team...  Brockport is struggling and Fredonia will in conference.  My how times have changed...
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: thebear on January 16, 2009, 04:14:37 pm
East division of SUNYAC is tough this year.  Cortland, Oneonta, Potsdam and New Paltz all beating up on each other... 

What has happened to the West teams??  The west was dominate there for about 5 years with the exception of Cortland and now they are horrible.  Buffalo State, Geneseo- combined 5 wins between them and 2 of Geneseo's are against a below par RIT team...  Brockport is struggling and Fredonia will in conference.  My how times have changed...

Was sort of true last year as well, four of the top 5 seeds were in the east.  Brockport won the title, but also lost in the regular season to Potsdam who finished 4th in the east.

The scary thing is there are few graduation losses among the top four teams in the East, who heading into the meat of conference play have a combined 40-8 record, 17-1 in conference and 23-7 out of conference.

Oneonta and New Paltz are at Potsdam this weekend, so that should clarify who's the real deal at least for a while.

Should be a fun six weeks.
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: FranElia on January 31, 2009, 10:52:03 pm
Just to let you know, there are no divisions in SUNYAC basketball this year. That was a one-year situation in 2007-08 when there were 12 teams. With SUNYIT's departure, the league has returned to an 11-team, non-division set up with an unbalanced schedule.

Fran Elia
Cortland SID
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: atn alum on March 05, 2009, 09:29:08 pm
Hi

Just letting you know that the games at the Brandeis regional (including Brockport-Mount St. Mary) can be heard at

http://d3hoops.com/audio
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on February 02, 2011, 03:26:18 pm
First Regional Rankings: http://www.d3blogs.com/d3hoops/category/ncaa-stuff/regional-rankings/
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: TheNextLevel on February 24, 2011, 08:21:45 pm
First Regional Rankings: http://www.d3blogs.com/d3hoops/category/ncaa-stuff/regional-rankings/

Congrats to OState
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Bengalsrule on February 17, 2012, 12:38:07 pm
Congrats to 2 SUNYAC! 2 reps from the Yac.  - Oneonta and Buffalo State!!!

http://www.d3blogs.com/d3hoops/category/ncaa-stuff/regional-rankings/
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on November 29, 2015, 02:02:47 pm
Hoopsville returns from the Thanksgiving break with plenty to cover.

The season has certainly started with a lot of stuff. Rule changes, upsets, hot and cold starts, and more. That's why we added more Hoopsville shows to start the season! Tonight, we talk to some who have started hot, those with high expectations, and preview the final Wendy's Classic.

Hoopsville hits the air at 7pm ET tonight!

Guests include:
- Mike Daley, Wendy's Classic Director and former Nazareth men's coach
- Keith Bunkenburg, Benedictine men's coach
- Greg Mitchell, No. 16 Hope men's coach
- Abby Pyzik Smith, Lynchburg women's coach

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Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on December 06, 2015, 06:54:33 pm
Teams are finally settling into the season, but that doesn't mean things have gotten easier. Tonight on Hoopsville, Dave returns from the Wendy's Classic where he talked to those who helped wrap up the historic tournament. He also chats with those showing heir strength early in the campaign and pulling off upsets.

Hoopsville hits the air at 7PM ET! www.d3hoops.com/hoopsville/archives/2015-16/dec6 (http://www.d3hoops.com/hoopsville/archives/2015-16/dec6)

Guests include (in order):

- Guy Kalland, Carleton men's coach
- Bob Quillman, Central Region Reporter
- Jimmy Smith, Texas Lutheran men's coach
- Anthony Ewing, No. 10 Univ. of New England women's coach
- Scott Hemer, SUNY Geneseo women's coach
- Luke Flockerzi, Rochester men's coach
- J.C. DeLass, East Region Reporter

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Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on January 17, 2016, 06:03:59 pm
My heart goes out to the Geneseo community. I am at a loss of words. Will say something on tonight's show, but in the meantime... please keep them in your thoughts: http://www.democratandchronicle.com/story/news/2016/01/17/police-investigation-underway-geneseo/78930674/
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: D O.C. on January 18, 2016, 02:36:07 pm
Reaching out to the Genesco community.
Stay Strong.
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on January 18, 2016, 02:52:32 pm
Police had their presser and apparently have confirmed what I had been hearing: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/3-found-dead-suny-geneseo-suspected-murder-suicide-article-1.2500218
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: San Juan on January 18, 2016, 05:18:53 pm
Thoughts and prayers go out to Geneseo State community.
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on January 21, 2016, 08:40:25 pm
I somehow forgot to share this earlier today. I apologize. We had Scott Hemer on Hoopsville tonight. We are still on the air, as I type this, but you can watch it On Demand already (just scroll back) or watch it later. The segment aired around fifteen minutes in the show.

Scott was terrific in what is hands down the toughest interview I have ever had to conduct covering Division III.


It isn't easy to coach at any level. It is a joy to coach Division III says many a coach. Some enjoy it on their way up the ladder, others on their way closer to retirement, and others as their passion.

Tonight on Hoopsville (http://www.d3hoopsville.com) we talk to many coaches in different aspects of their careers with varying teams who are succeeding on the court and off of it because of what coaching has taught them including facing the challenges no one should face especially off the court.

Hoopsville hits the air tonight at 7:00 pm ET with a jam packed show. Talking to programs who are leading their conferences or in the hunt facing the challenge that not everyone expect them to be competitive. We also talk to a few coaches who are taking care of more than Xs and Os. They are taking care of their team after a horrific circumstance of a player's murder or looking out of their own battling cancer.

You can watch the show starting at 7pm ET tonight right here: http://www.d3hoops.com/hoopsville/archives/2015-16/jan21 (http://www.d3hoops.com/hoopsville/archives/2015-16/jan21)

Guests include (in order):
- Scott Hemer, SUNY Geneseo women's coach
- Chris Downs, St. Lawrence men's coach
- Dan Priest, Kenyon men's coach (NABC Coach's Corner)
- Guy Rancourt, Lycoming men's coach
- Amanda Bailey, Luther women's coach
- Jacquie Hullah, Carngie Mellon women's coach

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Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on February 03, 2016, 04:55:36 pm
For the third consecutive year, Hoopsville (http://www.d3hoopsville.com) will air for 12 hours as the regular season enters the final four weeks. Dave McHugh will chat with coaches, administrators, student-athletes, and others involved in Division III basketball from around the country. Other guests will include those who have Division III roots or appreciate the division and the game along with the student-athletes who play the sport.

Hoopsville will air from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. (and maybe later) on Thursday, February 4 live from the WBCA/NABC Studio. You can see what guests are scheduled, get more information, and watch the show here: http://www.d3hoops.com/hoopsville/archives/2015-16/feb4

You can also read the press release about the show: http://www.d3hoops.com/hoopsville/hoopsville-marathon-2016

Here is the guest list as we speak. All times are Eastern and subject to change. Additional guests to be added if and when necessary:
TimeGuestSchool
10:15amConnie TilleySt. Norbert (WBB) - WBCA Center Court
10:40amJamie PurdyPeidmont (WBB)
11:00amKeri CarolloUW-Whitewater (WBB) - Nat'l Committee Chair
11:20amBrent PollariSaint Mary's (Minn.) (WBB)
11:40amKent MadsenNo. 21 Wheaton (Ill.) (WBB)
12:00pmRussell LoydRose-Hulman (MBB)
12:20pmKevin BroderickNazareth (MBB)
12:40pmJustin ScottArcadia (MBB)
1:00pmSam HargravesNo. 12 Alma (MBB)
1:20pmLenny ReichMount Union (SID)
1:40pmMaureen WebsterClarkson (WBB)
2:00pmBetsy WitmanYork (Pa.) (WBB)
2:20pmSara LeeDenison (WBB)
2:40pmKlay KneuppelWisconsin Lutheran (MBB)
3:00pmBrian Van HaaftenBuena Vista (MBB) - Nat'l Committee Chair
3:30pmSydney MossNo. 1 Thomas More (WBB)
3:45pmAaron RousellBucknell (WBB) - former Chicago coach
4:00pmTim ShanahanStaten Island (WBB)
4:20Pat CunninghamTrinity (Texas) (MBB) - NABC Coach's Corner
4:50pmBubba SmithSewanee (MBB)
5:15pmBen StrongFormer Guilford All-American
5:30pmKevin ConnorsESPN SportsCenter Anchor - Ithaca alumnus
6:00pmKristen DowlingClaremont-Mudd-Scripps (WBB)
6:20pmAllison ColemanSage (WBB)
6:40pmLandry KosmalskiSwarthmore (MBB)
7:00pmDave NilandNo. 23 Penn State-Behrend (MBB)
7:20pmAaron GallettaLasell (MBB)
7:40pmJohn BaronGwynedd-Mercy (MBB)
8:00pm
8:20pm
8:40pmMelissa HodgdonWheaton (Mass.) (WBB)
9:00pmG.P. GromackiNo. 2 Amherst (WBB)
9:20pmJames Wagner
9:40pmHAPPY HOURFree-for-all of calls, tweets, and fun!

We hope to get at least the full show on a podcast, or several podcast, during the on Friday. You can find it here:
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And a reminder the Hoopsville Fundraising Project has begun yet again. Please consider helping us cover Division III basketball the way it deserves to be covered. If you can not donate, please don't worry about - we understand. At least share the campaign with anyone you think might be interested: http://igg.me/at/hoopsville-fundraiser/x/6029509

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Thanks!
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Pat Coleman on February 10, 2016, 02:35:34 pm
Alright, folks -- the NCAA's first women's basketball regional rankings are posted. Check out the full list from D3hoops.com:
http://www.d3blogs.com/d3hoops/2016/02/10/first-2016-regional-rankings-released-today/
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on January 05, 2017, 05:01:03 pm
The Division III basketball season is back from the holiday "break" - though not much of a break for many of the teams - and with the start of the 2017 part of the schedule comes plenty to talk about. Upsets in the men's Top 25 and the shocking news at out UW-Stevens Point.

Thursday night on Hoopsville (http://www.d3hoopsville.com), Dave McHugh tries to get everything wrapped up in the discarded Christmas wrapping left behind. Bob Semling suspended, Geneseo women deal with another tragedy, Top 25 teams sputtering as conference season heats up, and teams trying to make an impact from under the radar.\

Hoopsville hits the air at 7:00 PM ET. You can tune in live, watch it on Facebook Live, or catch-up on Demand here: http://www.d3hoops.com/hoopsville/archives/2016-17/jan5

Tonight's guest list (in order of appearance):
- Daley Ryman, Sports Director, NewsChannel 7 (WSAW) - UWSP Suspensions
- Cheri Harrer, Baldwin Wallace women's coach
- Scott Hemer, SUNY Geneseo women's coach
- Chad Dickman, Hood men's coach
- Eric Bridgeland, No. 2 Whitman men's coach

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Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Ralph Turner on October 17, 2017, 01:57:27 pm
D-3 in the news.
Here is the vacation home of a Fredonia State alumna.  Very sad

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4989048/Glass-house-mansion-cost-17m-build-destroyed-fires.html
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: redfred on February 07, 2018, 06:47:56 pm
2017-2018 season winding down.  Anyone know the tiebreaker for the seeding?
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on February 14, 2018, 03:12:33 pm
New women's regional rankings: http://www.d3hoops.com/notables/2018/02/women-regional-rankings-second
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on February 21, 2018, 03:01:40 pm
The NCAA released the third set of women's basketball regional rankings with few changes from last week's version. This is the final set that we'll see before the Tournament bracket is released on Monday. Full list here: http://d3hoops.com/notables/2018/02/women-regional-rankings-third

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Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on January 10, 2019, 06:20:00 pm
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The grind of conference play is in full gear. Nothing beats a team up or reveals how good one is like the grind of conference play.

Thursday night on Hoopsville (http://www.d3hoopsville.com) we take a look at the grind and how teams are surviving, surprising, and even impressing as the holidays and the break quickly become a distant memory in the rear view mirror.

The first of the season's "WBCA Center Court" segments also debuts with the dedication of one coach off the court and with her family. UW-Platteville women's coach Megan Wilson talks about her daughter's battle with cancer and the decision to step away from coaching to help her daughter fight.

Hoopsville is presented by D3hoops.com and airs from the WBCA/NABC Studio. You can watch Thursday's show, LIVE, starting at 7:00 p.m. ET here: http://bit.ly/2D0Qd7t

If you have questions about Division III basketball, feel free to send them and we will answer them on a the show. Email them to hoopsville@d3hoops.com or use any of the social media options below.

Guests Schedule (order subject to change):
- Pat McKenzie, No. 11 St. John's men's coach
- Ben Stachowski, No. 20 Wabash men's senior guard
- Alyssa Polosky, No. 14 SUNY Geneseo women's head coach
- Megan Willson, UW-Platteville women's head coach (WBCA Center Court)
- Trevor Woodruff, No. 3 Scranton women's head coach

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Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on February 13, 2019, 02:53:47 pm
Regional Rankings Week 2 released: https://www.d3hoops.com/notables/2019/02/women-regional-rankings-second
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on February 17, 2019, 05:07:40 pm
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It is now or never.

The last week of the Division III basketball regular season is here. Conferences will decide who will earn automatic bids to the NCAA Tournaments and teams try and position themselves for at-large bids, hosting opportunities, and bracketing considerations.

For teams who have been faltering, this is the last chance to right the ship. For programs which have underachieved, this is the last opportunity to live up to expectations. And of course for those with Cinderella dreams, this is the chance to try on the glass slipper.

Sunday's Hoopsville (http://www.d3hoopsville.com) will cover it all in a special, extended, episode which for the first time (outside of Marathon programming) will feature a guest from each of the eight regions. We will also discuss which teams may be on the bubble, who has most likely secured at-large bid, and which teams need to win the AQs. Plus, we talk about how regions as we know it now could very well change in the future.

Hoopsville (http://www.d3hoopsville.com) is presented by D3hoops.com and airs from the WBCA/NABC Studio. Sunday's show will hit the air at 6:00 p.m. ET. It can be watched live right here: http://bit.ly/2EeG5ZE (and simulcast on Facebook Live and Periscope).

If you have questions about Division III basketball, feel free to send them and we will answer them on a the show. Email them to dave.mchugh@d3sports.com or use any of the social media options below.

Guests Schedule (order subject to change):
- Katherine Bixby, Johns Hopkins women's coach
- Jonathan Crosthwaite, Occidental men's senior
- Marc Brown, NJCU men's coach
- Justin LeBlanc, Millsaps women's coach
- Jamie Seward, SUNY New Paltz women's coach
- Marcos Echevarria, No. 17 Nichols men's senior
- Herman Carmichael, La Roches men's coach
- Klay Knueppel, Wisconsin Luthern women's coach
- Brad Bankston, ODAC Commissioner
- Pat Coleman & Ryan Scott, D3hoops.com (Bubble Talk)

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Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on February 20, 2019, 03:00:51 pm
The new NCAA Division III women's basketball regional rankings are posted: https://www.d3hoops.com/notables/2019/02/women-regional-rankings-third
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on January 23, 2020, 06:40:00 pm
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The Division III basketball season has reached the point where many conferences are making the turn into the second half of their double-round robins. The landscape of those conferences has gotten a little more in focus ... and there are some surprises.

Thursday on Hoopsville, we chat with a few coaches whose teams are on top of their conference races either surprising many with that simple fact or getting there with surprising outcomes.

Plus, we talk to a coach (whose team happens to be leading their conference as well) who become a head coach in a rather surprising manner. How she adapted and now finds herself in Division III and how the coaching community also came to her aid.
 
There is also breaking news out of the NCAA Convention regarding regional realignment and expansion. And much more to get everyone up to speed.

Hoopsville (http://www.d3hoopsville.com) is presented by D3hoops.com and airs from the WBCA/NABC Studio. You can watch Sunday's show LIVE starting at 7:00 pm ET in the following ways:
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- Team1 Sports app (https://team1sports.com/) (Android TV, Amazon Fire, Apple TV, Roku) - you will either find it under the "live" section or search for the Hoopsville channel

Thursday's show primarily covers the East, Great Lakes, Mid-Atlantic, and West Regions while also featuring a women's coach in the WBCA Center Court segment. All men's coaches appear in the NABC Coach's Corner. And all guests are featured on the BlueFrame Technology Hoopsville Hotline.

If you have questions about Division III basketball, feel free to send them and we will answer them on a the show. Email them to dave.mchugh@d3sports.com or use any of the social media options to the right.

Guests Schedule (order subject to change):
- Mike Fuline, Mount Union men's coach (NABC Coach's Corner)
- Jacey Brooks, Cortland women's coach
- Kristina Danella, Keystone women's coach (WBCA Center Court)
- Alecia Parker, Pacific women's coach

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Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on February 12, 2020, 03:36:02 pm
Women's first Regional Rankings released.

https://www.d3hoops.com/notables/2020/02/women-regional-rankings-first
Title: Re: SUNYAC
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on February 26, 2020, 02:24:42 pm
Women's third regional rankings are out: https://www.d3hoops.com/notables/2020/02/women-regional-rankings-third