The Major League Baseball Championship Series has begun and the Little Rebellion experts are weighing in. Check out some of our new sports podcasts discussing these topics as we follow the road to the World Series. Join the conversation by tagging #TLRsports on your favorite social media platform. TLR Playoff […]

The New Paltz men’s soccer team suffered a close 3-2 loss to the Potsdam Bears Saturday Oct. 8. They started the game strong with an edge in both shots on frame and possession. The first half ended at New Paltz leading two-nil, with goals scored by fourth-year students Michael Santalesa and […]

After the departure of six seniors last season, four of which were starters, the leadership of the women’s basketball team has fallen into the hands of the three-year guards Kaitlin Clifford and Caitlin Irwin. Clifford, who sports the number 11, has stepped into the role of starting point guard, replacing […]

After an exciting 79-77 win in their first game this semester, the SUNY New Paltz women’s basketball team came into their Nov. 17 game against the Mt. Saint Mary Knights raring to go. They came into the game hard, and dominated in rebounds, but struggled in shot selection and free […]

Jen Danio begins her first year as an assistant coach with the SUNY New Paltz women’s basketball team in the 2010-2011 season. Danio learned her craft playing for SUNY Purchase, where she became the program’s all-time leading score with 1,868 points. Danio served as the team’s captain during her junior […]

It was the bottom of the seventh inning on Thursday, May 6 and the State University of New York (SUNY) at New Paltz Hawks softball team was beating the hosted SUNY Cortland Red Dragons, the dominating school of the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC). After a defensive error by the Hawks, they lost the lead and lost the game.

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Zach Bogosian, alternate captain for the National Hockey League’s (NHL) Atlanta Thrashers, skates up the ice, fakes left and prepares to snipe a shot into the top right corner of the goal.  Michael Ouimet lunges and stretches out his arms; his stick just barely makes contact with the puck, enough […]

Shiny silver bowls and wine buckets engraved with the names and dates of competitions are not what college students usually receive as trophies. That’s because most college students don’t compete in croquet tournaments – at least not until now. Croquet has gained popularity at colleges across America, including the State […]

“Get down and give me 20! One and two and three and four. You can do it! Don‘t give up.” These are the words of a personal trainer at the Wellness & Recreation Center at State University of New York (SUNY) at New Paltz, one of several seeking to help students signed […]

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Evolving from a club to a recruiting class, the Women’s Lacrosse team at the State University of New York at New Paltz has come a long way as the team progresses on the varsity level. In March 2008, informational fliers were put up on campus about a lacrosse club that drew […]

The State University of New York at New Paltz Women’s Volleyball team practice just ended and Kelsey Garmendia, a second-year student, is icing her shoulder to alleviate the excruciating pain. After practice, she often feels as if her shoulder is out of its socket. Initially being an internal impingement, the […]

Motivation is what drives the SUNY New Paltz Swim Club to continue carrying the legacy left behind by alumna Melissa Goldman. But without swim meets and competition, what keeps its members eager to return? Since Swim Club began in 2005, the noncompetitive club sport has had a solid 10 to […]

After getting off to a rocky start, Head Coach James Seward of the SUNY New Paltz Women’s Basketball team announced the team’s successful end of the 2009-10 season. “We played the best basketball of the season the last three weeks and I couldn’t be happier,” Seward said. “We had team goals […]

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