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Madeline McCrosson             Photo credit: Katie Wilson

No (Mc)Crosson 

Lainey Porter, Features Editor November 3, 2023

A freshman season with little playing time to a powerhouse on the field sophomore year— Madeline McCrosson is letting everyone know she is here and ready to get the job done.  McCrosson...

Lydia Aroune and friend at a Buffalo Bills game

Think it, dream it, chase it 

Lainey Porter, Managing Editor April 28, 2023

Big dreams, a Buffalo Bills obsessed family and a determined attitude set former SUNY Brockport student Lydia Aroune up for success.    “I was front row, it was a snowstorm game,...

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Brockport posts strong showing at nationals

Tyler Sadler, Staff Writer March 21, 2023

Brockport had five athletes represent them this weekend at the NCAA Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships in Birmingham, AL. These athletes were able to show out on the big stage.  Kicking...

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Track and field regionals recap 

Tyler Sadler, Sports Writer March 8, 2023

The men’s track and field team finished fourth at the All-Atlantic Region Track and Field Indoor Conference Championships this past weekend in New York City. They finished with a score of 52 points.  Although...

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Suffocating defense leads Brockport to SUNYAC Finals 

Mike Rose, Sports Editor  February 25, 2023

Defense has been the calling card of the Brockport men’s basketball team all season long. That was the case once again Friday night as they took down Cortland 65-53 in the SUNYAC Semifinals. Brockport...

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Brockport clinches fifth seed, wins on Senior Day 

Mike Rose, Sports Editor  February 20, 2023

Brockport women’s basketball was at home for the final time this season and picked up a convincing 69-54 victory over Buffalo State. With the win Brockport finished the regular season with a record...

Photo Credit: Haley Brown

Potsdam outlasts Brockport 

Mike Rose, Sports Editor February 4, 2023

The Brockport women’s basketball team fell at home to Potsdam by a score of 66-54. Trailing by as many 16 in the first half, the Golden Eagles cut the deficit down to as few as three in the fourth...

Photo credit: Haley Brown

Law’s rushes earns the spotlight 

October 26, 2022

By Shannon Blankenship | Sports Copy Editor   5 games. 521 rushing yards.   With seven teams in the conference, each averaging just over 100 players, SUNY Brockport running back Rashad...

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Brockport tennis team finds bedbugs in their hotel room 

Dakarai Williams, Sports Editor October 9, 2022

On Sept. 23, when traveling to compete at the New Paltz invitational, SUNY Brockport’s tennis team found bedbugs in their rooms. They had to drive hours before they could find another hotel the...

The SUNY Brockport athletic weight room. Photo credit: Shannon Blakenship

Re-Racking the Weight Room 

Shannon Blankenship, Contributing Writer October 3, 2022

23 varsity teams. Six racks. One weight room.  At SUNY Brockport, student athletes use the Bill Steele Athletic Weight Room. Although this facility is exclusive to student athletes on campus,...

Brockport volleyball defeats Geneseo
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Brockport Volleyball Takes Down Geneseo in Four Sets 

Michael Rose, Contributing Writer September 29, 2022

The SUNY Brockport volleyball team continued to roll Wednesday night as they took down Geneseo 3-1. With the win, the Golden Eagles moved to 12-3 overall and a perfect 3-0 in SUNYAC conference play.  Brockport...

The Golden Eagles celebrate their victory Saturday against Oneonta. (Photo Credit: Haley Brown/Brockport Athletics)

An Undefeated Weekend Against New Paltz and Oneonta  

Dakarai Williams, Contributing Writer September 27, 2022

After an impressive 9-3 start to the season, the Golden Eagles were set to host their first conference opponents. The Green and Gold outpaced New Paltz in a classic five-set match, where they trailed...

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