What Will Sport Management Seniors Miss the Most About Cortland?

Leaving college is hard to think about after the four years, but it’s even tougher as a SUNY Cortland Sport Management major. When seniors finish up their fall semester classes, they go out on their internship in the spring. This means that their Cortland experience is coming to a close, …

An Interview with Cortland Women’s Volleyball Senior Sarah Piacentini

Being a part of a college team is a big commitment, but it is very much worth it. Just ask Cortland senior Sarah Piacentini. Sarah is a captain for the Cortland Women’s Volleyball team. When she is not playing volleyball, you can find her working at the gym welcome desk …

An Interview with Cortland Women’s Soccer Senior Natalie Ballato

Graduating college is hard enough to think about, but leaving teammates as well is even tougher. Just ask Natalie Ballato. Natalie is currently a senior and captain of the Cortland women’s soccer team. She played soccer before college, and continued throughout all of her years at Cortland. The other day, …

An Interview with Tyrel Kirkham: The Vice President of Global Merchandising for the Brooklyn Nets and Barclays Center

Hunger, dedication and hard work; three important qualities of a successful sports business professional, as per SUNY Cortland alum Tyrel Kirkham. Tyrel always had a knack for business and a love for sports, which led to him majoring in Sport Management at SUNY Cortland. His hunger and determination to succeed …

Homecoming Celebration as the Red Dragons Sneak Past Hartwick

On a beautiful sunny afternoon, it was back and forth play between Cortland and Hartwick. The Red Dragons came off a loss against Framingham, and the Hawks came off a dominating win against Alfred State. After a crazy homecoming battle, Cortland came out on top 31-30. The Red Dragons got …