Cortland Baseball Staves Off Elimination With Walkoff Victory

Following a tough opening game loss to fourth-seeded Oneonta, Cortland found themselves playing a second game on Saturday, this time with their backs against the wall. Facing elimination, the Red Dragons played host to #3 Fredonia (who lost to #2 Oswego), and ultimately prevailed 1-0 in ten innings. Coach Joe …

3,000th Strikeout Solidifies Hall Of Fame Case For Sabathia

It’s been one-hundred and fifty years since the Cincinnati Red Stockings became the first fully professional baseball organization, and in that time just three left-handed pitchers have ever recorded at least 3,000 strikeouts; Steve Carlton, Randy Johnson and now, Carsten Charles Sabathia Jr. Carlton and Johnson both permanently reside in …

Interview with Cortland Alum and NY Giant, Jake Ceresna

In its history, SUNY Cortland has had just one player play a game in the National Football League; defensive end R-Kal Truluck (’97) played in 41 games across four seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs, Green Bay Packers and Arizona Cardinals. Jake Ceresna (’16) is trying to become the second …

Cortland Women Fall To Brockport In SUNYAC Quarterfinals

In the first leg of Tuesday’s SUNYAC Men’s/Women’s quarterfinal doubleheader, the 4th seeded Cortland Women’s Basketball team hosted 5th seed Brockport. The Golden Eagles of Brockport prevailed 55-53 in a back-and-forth battle, ending the Red Dragons’ season. Sophomore Shannon McGuire led the way for Cortland tallying 16 points, shooting 7/13 …