SUNY and the Road to the Next Level
Sep27

SUNY and the Road to the Next Level

SUNY athletic departments strive to provide preparation and knowledge to succeed at the next level. Throughout SUNY’s 64 campuses, they provide collegiate athletic programs ranging from Division III, up to Division I. Being able to make it to the next level after playing college ball is an achievement, but talent is not the only thing needed in order to achieve success. SUNY allows students to not only be physically ready for...

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SUNY Research Aims to Reduce Impact of Concussions
Sep09

SUNY Research Aims to Reduce Impact of Concussions

It’s football season again and thousands of athletes are suiting up across the nation to play one of the most popular sports in America. From recreational leagues to high school and college teams to professional-level organizations, the sport is played in varying intensities but with one very real danger: concussions. In fact, in the season opener for the New York Giants, starting cornerback Prince Amukamara was sidelined because of a...

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The Biggest Little Win
Nov18

The Biggest Little Win

SUNY Cortland’s Nov. 12 football win over Ithaca College didn’t make the highlights on ESPN’s “SportsCenter” – but that doesn’t mean the 53rd annual Cortaca Jug game struggled to live up to the expectations that once led Sports Illustrated to bill the game as “the biggest little game in the nation.” Separated by about 20 miles on Route 13 in upstate New York, the two schools play the Division III football equivalent of New York...

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