As the end of the fall semester is right around the corner, many Fall and Winter college athletes are in despair over losing their sports season already. With COVID-19 still affecting not only college students, but the rest of the… Read More ›
Athletes are used to the grueling regimen of training required of a college sport. What makes the training bearable is the relationships they develop with teammates and players from other schools. This new lack of communication due to the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted athlete’s mental health. For many student-athletes, participating in sports… Read More ›
A handful of student athletes from SUNY Brockport have learned how seriously the college is following and enforcing COVID-19 regulations. Within the past month, both the Wrestling and Men’s Soccer teams have been suspended due to violations of Coronavirus protocols…. Read More ›
By Tucker Cergol and Wilson Wong When SUNY Brockport lacrosse player Emma Nevers, watched as the clock ticked to zero during the teams victory against Clarkson University on March 11, she was excited for the win. Little did the junior… Read More ›
By Tucker Cergol and Wilson Wong As the game clock struck zero on March 7 in Brockport’s gym, it almost seemed like it was too good to be true. After beating Middlebury 84-81, the Brockport men’s basketball team was heading… Read More ›
By: Kari Ashworth For many student-athletes, balancing school, athletics, and work can prove to be difficult. However, it is the structure and support of the athletic programs that allow student-athletes to flourish in the transitional nature of college. Bailey Pratt,… Read More ›
Team Captain Chris Kinsley leads by example. Now in his senior year, long time athlete reflects on his career and the leadership skills gained.