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Women’s basketball: Bombers win and advance to conference title game

By | Feb 26, 2011

In a rematch of last year’s Empire 8 tournament championship game where Utica College defeated the women’s basketball team 38–37, the Bombers throttled Utica for the third time this season 76–49 to advance to the tournament final. The Bombers came out looking to put the Pioneers away early — in order to avoid another upset…

Squad to host Empire 8 tournament

By | Feb 24, 2011

Having fallen short in last year’s Empire 8 Conference tournament championship game, the women’s basketball team will embark on a journey to win its first conference tournament since 2007.

Seniors driven to cap off careers with league title

By | Feb 16, 2011

Leadership is a quality displayed best by the mature and experienced, and this holds true for the seniors of the women’s basketball team, not just this season but for their entire careers while wearing the Blue and Gold.

Junior transfer guard handles transition with ease

By | Feb 9, 2011

Point guards in basketball are often described as many things: a floor general, a ball-handler and a playmaker. This season junior transfer point guard Jacqueline Shinall has been all of the above for the women’s basketball team.

Women’s basketball: Squad dominates Utica on senior day

By | Feb 6, 2011

The women’s basketball team dominated Utica College for the second time this season in a 75–61 win Saturday afternoon. In a day dedicated to this year senior class, seniors Jane DeBiasse, Jordan Confessore and Elissa Klie all started. It was the first time this season all three players started in the same game for the…

Squad attacks with multiple weapons on offense

By | Feb 3, 2011

The women’s basketball team has been spreading the scoring around more than usual this season.

Team looks to remain perfect in conference play

By | Jan 27, 2011

The women’s basketball team finished last season with the first 16–0 record in Empire 8 conference history. This season the Bombers have continued their conference domination by winning their first eight games, including most recently a 73–52 win against Hartwick College on Sunday.

Blue and Gold shoot past opponents in Ben Light

By | Dec 8, 2010

While compiling a record of 2–3 on the road to start the season, the women’s basketball team has defended its home court, posting a 2–0 record in Ben Light Gymnasium.

Stage presence

By | Dec 1, 2010

The women’s basketball team was trailing SUNY-Potsdam 29–26 two minutes into the second half Sunday, and then senior forward Elissa Klie took over. Klie hit a free throw, made two fast break layups and then hit another pair of free throws, and just like that the Bombers had a 35–29 lead.

Blue and Gold look to set the tempo on defense

By | Dec 1, 2010

Despite allowing 70 or more points in a game only twice last season, the women’s basketball team has given up 70-plus points twice already this year.

Women’s basketball: Bombers beat William Smith in season-opener

By | Nov 17, 2010

The women’s basketball team used its height advantage to dominate William Smith College en route to a 78–64 win in the Bombers’ season opening game at Ben Light Gymnasium Tuesday. The Blue and Gold were led in scoring by senior forward Elissa Klie who scored 14 points on 6–10 shooting from the field. Also chipping…

South Hill squad finishes season on NCAA stage

By | Nov 17, 2010

After being ranked eighth in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America preseason poll and starting the season 5–1, the women’s soccer team bowed out of its eighth straight NCAA tournament appearance with a 3–0 loss to The College of New Jersey on Sunday.