“It was kind of surreal. This is something I have been fighting for for two or three years. I’m excited and nervous; very excited to learn,” Iknoor Singh said.
Mihalich inherited a program that won seven games the previous season and the Pride won 10 games the first season and were 20-14 last season.
Don’t get me wrong. This is not meant to be negative toward Cortland. But being away is no longer in the best interests of the franchise or its fans.
Memorial Day weekend is in sight and while the weather isn’t guaranteed, holiday weekend sales are expected to deliver.
After more than 50 years as a teacher, professor Michael D’innocenzo will receive a lifetime achievement award from the Association of Italian American Educators.
Total college loan debt nationwide is a staggering one-trillion dollars, and many students may not be aware of programs that could greatly ease that burden; loan forgiveness for graduates who take jobs in the public sector.
How will Towson handle expectations? It’s a completely new dynamic for the Tigers, but it’s one they should relish.
Investigators say Andrea Rebello died in May after an intruder put her in a headlock, then pointed a gun at an officer who had rushed into the home. The officer fired eight times, killing both Rebello and would-be robber Dalton Smith.
One of the county’s own operators says employees are not getting the training they need to save lives, and that may have contributed to the death of a Hofstra University student during a hostage standoff.
Joe Mihalich is leaving behind 15 successful seasons at Niagara to take over Hofstra’s troubled men’s basketball program.
George Washington dominated Hofstra 52-22 in the paint and 40-27 on the glass.
With two days to go until the next Presidential debate Hofstra University is buzzing. The school’s basketball arena is being transformed into a debate hall, where locals will get to question the Presidential candidates.
Absolutely fine. Bruiser Flint has said all summer long that his team has unfinished business after being left out of the NCAA Tournament last March .
Embattled tackle Wayne Hunter was a no-go for the Jets family night practice Tuesday. “We had a conversation that was a personal thing and that’s the way that it will remain,” said Rex Ryan.
This time, Jets head coach Rex Ryan didn’t have to walk through the dorms at SUNY Cortland yelling, “Revis where are you?”