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Men’s Lacrosse: Squad shocked by SUNY-Oswego in triple overtime

By | Mar 26, 2012

What was supposed to be a day of rebounding for the men’s lacrosse team turned into a shocking defeat at the hands of SUNY-Oswego as the Lakers rallied to beat the 17th-ranked Bombers 8-7 in triple overtime.

Men’s Lacrosse: Bombers overrun by third-ranked SUNY-Cortland

By | Mar 25, 2012

For a quarter it seemed as if the upstart men’s lacrosse team would give the third-ranked SUNY-Cortland Red Dragons a run for their money. Then Cortland took control and ran the Bombers off the field in the visitors’ 9-3 win yesterday at Higgins Stadium.

Men’s Lacrosse: Bombers hold off Oneonta, set up clash of unbeatens with SUNY-Cortland

By | Mar 22, 2012

For three quarters, the Bombers looked like a team ready to take on the third best team in Division III. The fourth quarter almost ended their perfect start to the season.

National champions leave legacy of top finishes

By | Mar 22, 2012

Senior Seth Ecker and graduate student Jeremy Stierly are listed in the wrestling team’s history as two of eight national champions, but they will also be remembered for their contributions in the classroom.

Men’s Lacrosse: Bombers remain unbeaten after spring trip to Virginia

By | Mar 18, 2012

If the men’s lacrosse team was to script its spring break trip to Newport News, Va., it would not have come out as well as it did in reality.

Wrestling: Two claim individual titles in team’s fifth place finish

By | Mar 11, 2012

Vindication shows itself in different forms, as was the case for senior Seth Ecker and graduate student Jeremy Stierly winning individual titles at the NCAA Championships yesterday in La Crosse, Wis. Ecker defeated all the competitors in the 133-pound weight class, while Stierly took first in the 149-pound category.

Men’s Lacrosse: Blue and Gold overcome slow start to take opener

By | Mar 8, 2012

Most coaches would have ripped their team for the type of performance the men’s lacrosse submitted in in the first quarter of Wednesday’s season-opening 13-8 victory against Lycoming, but Head Coach Jeff Long is not most coaches.

Wrestling: Blue and Gold register six individual champions after losing in conference finals

By | Feb 26, 2012

Despite having champions in six weight classes, the fifth-ranked wrestling team narrowly failed to retain the Eastern Collegiate Wrestling Conference Championship today in Brockport, N.Y. after it finished 1.5 points behind SUNY-Cortland.

Joining the family ranks

By | Feb 22, 2012

When senior heavyweight wrestler Matt Mahon went to a Halloween party his sophomore year of high school, he thought it would be fun to wear his father’s flying jumpsuit as a costume. He put on the matching camouflage shirt and pants and went to the party, but he didn’t know his father was held in…

Wrestling: Heavyweight’s heroics give squad fourth straight win

By | Feb 11, 2012

While unranked in the national standings, senior heavyweight Matt Mahon is making a case to be the wrestling team’s most valuable competitor. His decision against freshman William Fletcher gave the fifth-ranked Bombers a 20-16 win against no. 29 Wilkes University last night in Wilkes-Barre Pa.

Wrestling: 100-win milestone achieved in squad’s weekend routs

By | Feb 5, 2012

Sometimes a performance can be summed up in one moment. In the wrestling team’s 37-6 win against #29 Stevens Institute of Technology Friday, that moment came when graduate student Nick Sanko stepped on the mat.

Wrestling: Blue and Gold wipe out competition at SUNY-Oneonta

By | Jan 27, 2012

The wrestling team won all but one of its matches in yesterday’s 40-3 dual-meet victory against SUNY-Oneonta. The Bombers recorded bonus points in five of their nine wins with three pins and two technical falls. Senior Seth Ecker recorded his third technical fall of the season by opening up an 18-2 lead against Oneonta senior…