Thank You, Andrew; A Colts Fan’s Perspective Of Luck’s Shocking Announcement

Shock, denial, disappointment; all emotions felt by Colts fans everywhere on Saturday evening, following the news of Andrew Luck’s premature retirement at 29 years old. Colts fans, however, are no stranger to these emotions. From the abrupt end to the Peyton Manning era in Indy to a complete rebuild, to …

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 …