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Dragon Tales

Official Newsletter of Oneonta State Athletics

Volume 5, No. 1

Fall, 2003

WOMEN’S SOCCER WINS DIV. III NATIONAL TITLE field hockey team earns ecac tournament berth

In what was the most successful fall season in many years for Oneonta State athletics it culminated with the collegeʼs first team national championship when the womenʼs soccer team defeated the University of Chicago 2-1 in overtime on Nov. 30. All but one fall team finished with a winning record overall and the field hockey team made it two teams that played in the postseason this fall. The fall produced three All-Americans, one Conference Coach of the Year and two Regional Coaches of the Year. Women’s Soccer (21-1-3) Every fall for the past five years the question is asked, “Is this the year the women break through and reach the pinnacle of team success in the NCAA tournament?” The preseason outlook pointed to a strong possibility with the fact that all 11 starters were returning from the previous season that produced a 20-3-1 record. The leaders of the squad were the five seniors who had been together since they were freshmen. Their goal from the beginning was to win a national championship and now it was their opportunity to make this goal a reality. The season began on the road at NYU on Aug. 31 and Oneonta came away with a 1-0 victory. Junior Brooke Davis (Grand Gorge, NY/Stamford) netted the first of her team-best six game-winning goals in leading the Red Dragons to the win. For Davis, her late-game heroics would show true during Oneontaʼs late season run to the NCAA title. During the month of September the team put together a record of 7-0-2 including capturing the Mayorʼs Cup and Red Dragon Cup tournaments. Two featured games for the Red Dragons during the month were against the College of New Jersey and Geneseo. Oneonta had never beaten TCNJ prior to this season and they faced them in their own tournament on Sep. 13. Oneonta took an early 1-0 lead on a goal by senior Alissa Karcz (S. Huntington, NY/Walt Whitman) in the ninth minute. The visitors tied the game midway through the second half before senior Kelly Stevens (Rochester, NY/Churchville-Chili) scored the game-winner in the 78th minute. The Geneseo game was the much anticipated rematch of the 2002 SUNYAC final in which the game was decided on penalty kicks. This game would be no different than the year before as the game ended in a 0-0 tie to force penalty kicks for SUNYAC tie-breaking pur-

poses. Oneonta would win the tiebreaker 4-2 to secure the top spot in the conference that they wouldnʼt relinquish. The Red Dragons continued its unbeaten run to start the season and were 14-0-2 entering their game at home against Ithaca on Oct. 25. The Bombers started quickly and scored in the fourth minute to grab an early lead. Six minutes later junior Cristina Gaspar (New Rochelle, NY/New Rochelle) tied the game on a corner kick. The visitors would take the lead for good in the 52nd minute of the game as they handed Oneonta a 2-1 loss for its only blemish on the season record. In the SUNYAC Tournament it would be Davis who would lead the Red Dragons to its fifth straight title and into the NCAA tournament. In the two wins during the tournament Davis would score the opening goal in two, 2-0 wins against Brockport and Geneseo. In the championship game against Geneseo the Red Dragons dominated from the opening whistle and finished the game with a 20-5 shot advantage. Oneonta received a bye into the regional championships to be hosted by Union and their first opponent was Ithaca who was the only team to defeat the Red Dragons during the season. The game was a battle with both teams playing close defensively. The Red Dragons did have an overall advantage in shots, but were unable to put any behind the Ithaca keeper. The ended in a 0-0 tie and eventually made it

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In this issue... --women’s soccer recap, pgs. 1 & 2 --Field Hockey Recap, Pgs 2 & 3 --men’s soccer recap, pg. 3 --Cross country recap, pgs. 3 & 4 --volleyball and Women’s tennis recaps, pg. 4 --Fall academic honors and 2003 Hall of fame, pg. 5 --fall athletes of the week and honor roll, pg. 6 --fall all-americans --fall scoreboard and winter schedules, pg. 8

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to penalty kicks where the game would be decided. The Red Dragons converted its first three kicks while sophomore goalie Laura Morcone (Mechanicville, NY/Mechanicville) stopped the first two shots by the Bombers. Leading 3-2, Ithaca had the final kick to try and extend the game to an extra shootout, but the ball went wide of the goal and it allowed Oneonta to advance into the championship game for the second time in the last four years. In the championship game junior Tricia Jaeger (Baldwin, NY/Baldwin) scored on a restart in the 78th minute of play to lift the Red Dragons to a 1-0 win. Oneonta now found itself in the NCAA quarterfinals for the first time ever and had the luxury of playing at home. Their opponent was Scranton who was the only unbeaten team left in Div. III and who entered the game allowing only two goals all year. The two teams battled to a 0-0 tie to force another overtime game for the Red Dragons. Again it was Davis coming up with the big goal in the second overtime to give Oneonta a 1-0 win and move them into the national semifinals. Oneonta received word that they would be hosting the national championship weekend from the NCAA making it the first time an event like this had been on the campus. The games would be played on the Saturday and Sunday of Thanksgiving weekend, which meant the team would have to practice while the rest of the college was closed. The weather forecast was not very promising either with a measurable snow expected for the opening day. The three other teams that advanced to the weekend were TCNJ, DePauw University and the University of Chicago. Oneonta was matched against TCNJ, which would be the second time this season that they would face thee Lions. While itʼs almost impossible Senior Co-Captains Sanada Mujanovic to defeat TCNJ and Kelly Stevens pose for a picture once, twice is after being presented with the beyond compreNational Championship Trophy. hension. Oneonta found themselves behind 1-0 early in the first half and continued to trail entering thee 32nd minute. It was at this time in the game that the Red Dragons tied the game on a restart. Sophomore Sarah Tauber (Valley Stream, NY/Valley Stream North) sent a perfect service into the box where Karcz was able to get her head on it an redirect it enough to get it by the TCNJ keeper. The game remained tied until the 79th minute where it was Davis once again who scored the game-winner. The goal was set up when freshman Patricia DiMichele (Centereach, NY/ Centereach) stole the ball from a TCNJ defender and tracked it down. She then sent a ball across that Davis got her head on and pushed it by the Lionsʼ keeper. In the national championship game Oneonta played the University of Chicago who had defeated DePauw 2-1 in overtime in their semifinal game. Chicago had eliminated Oneonta the year before in the Central Regional semifinals 2-1 in overtime to end the Red Dragonsʼ season. In this contest the score would come out the same, but in favor of Oneonta as they pulled out a dramatic win. Trailing 1-0 with less than one minute to play in the game there was a foul called on Chicago about 30 yards out and near the sideline. With the clock continuing to count down senior Rose Velan (Stamford, NY/Chazy Central) had the sense to quickly put thee ball down and serve it into the box. With players from both teams disorganized the Chicago keeper tried to play the ball, but it bounced off of her body where it laid loose. It was then that Davis collected the loose ball and blasted a ball that found the back of

the goal for the game-tying goal with 29 seconds left. Overtime didnʼt last long as a loose ball early in the first extra period found its way to senior Sanada Mujanovic (Centereach, NY/Centereach) who was crossing the ball in the hopes that someone would be charging to the back post. Instead the ball caught the netting just inside the left goal post near the cross bar for the decisive goal and a national championship for the Red Dragons. Davis was selected as the Most Outstanding Offensive Player of the tournament while Jaeger, Morcone and senior Amanda LaPolla (New Hartford, NY/New Hartford) were all named to the All-Tournament Team. Field Hockey (15-8) The field hockey team had its best season since 1990 as they finished with 15 wins while advancing to the semifinals of both the NYSWCAA and ECAC Mid-Atlantic tournaments. The team produced its first All-American since 1992 and head coach, Michele Dombrowski, was selected as the Regional Coach of the Year. The season started slowly for Oneonta as they dropped their first two games of the season. Both games were lost in overtime and both were on the road. The season opening loss came at Rensselaer while the second overtime loss was at Utica College. The Red Dragons registered its first win of the season over perennial region power St. Lawrence in the opening game of the Red Dragon Field Hockey Classic. Sophomore Kerry Birnstill (Baldwin, NY/Baldwin) scored the eventual game-winner in the 49th minute as the Red Dragons held off a late charge by the Saints. In the championship game of the tournament Oneonta easily defeated Eastern Connecticut 3-0 to capture the title. Junior Brynne Hoover (Walton, NY/Walton) was selected as the tournament MVP after registering one assist and

(continued pg. 3, column 1) RANIERI SELECTED AS REGIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR After completing its greatest season in the history of the womenʼs soccer program, head coach Tracey Ranieri was selected as the NSCAA New York/ Northeast Regional Coach of the Year. This is the first time in her 14-year coaching career that she has been recognized by the NSCAA. Ranieriʼs name will now appear on the national ballot for selection as national coach of the year. “What a great honor for our program,” said Ranieri. “I am still so proud of the players for winning a national championship last weekend and I share this award with them. They have worked so hard and they have been so committed to making our program the best in the country that it makes my job easier as a coach.” This season the Red Dragons finished with a program record 21 wins against one loss and three ties. They won their fifth consecutive SUNYAC title to earn the automatic berth to the NCAA tournament. In the tournament Oneonta tied Ithaca 0-0 before advancing 3-2 in penalty kicks and then defeated Union 1-0 to win the New York Region championship. I the quarterfinals they handed Scranton its only loss of the season in a 1-0 victory in overtime. The national semifinals Oneonta defeated the College of New Jersey 2-1 before pulling out a thrilling 2-1 overtime win against the University of Chicago in the national championship game. Ranieri just completed her 13th year at Oneonta State and has compiled a record of 176-74-20. She has directed her team to five straight SUNYAC titles and six overall while making six appearances in the NCAA tournament. Prior to this coaching honor she has earned Coach of the Year honors in the SUNYAC four times and from the New York State Womenʼs Collegiate Athletic Association once. Last week she was selected as CoCoach of the Year by the NYSWCAA sharing the honor with Mindy Quigg of Ithaca College.

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being the offensive catalyst for the Oneonta attack for the two games. After a 4-3 win against New Paltz to open the SUNYAC portion of the schedule Oneonta was ready to face Cortland. Oneonta battled its rival to a 1-1 tie at the end of regulation, but went on to lose 2-1 for its third overtime defeat of the early season. Sarah Johnson Oneonta would lose two of its next three games to end the month of September 4-5 overall. October was a new month and a chance to get to work if the team was to have any hopes of making the postseason. The Red Dragons made the most of the month registering a perfect 9-0 record including four wins in overtime. Two of their overtime games went to stroke play where Oneonta defeated Geneseo in sudden death strokes and then defeated Nazareth in the first period of strokes. The Red Dragons finished October with a record of 13-5 and looking strong entering the final stretch. The Red Dragons played five games in November, four of which were in postseason tournaments. Oneonta hosted Elmira in an NYSWCAA quarterfinal game on the 5th and won 2-1. Senior Jenn Miller (Chestertown, NY/North Warren) netted the game-winning goal for the Red Dragons. Unfortunately the run in the State tournament would come to an end in the semifinals when Oneonta was defeated 3-1 by Utica. Oneontaʼs season performance earned them a berth into the ECAC tournament where they received the eighth and final spot. Their DOMBROWSKI SELECTED AS REGIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR The postseason honors kept coming for the field hockey team this fall when the National Field Hockey Coaches Association selected its Regional Coaches of the Year and Michele Dombrowski found herself on the list of the six who were chosen in Div. III. She was selected as the Dita/NFHCA North Atlantic Region Coach of the Year and she is now eligible for National Coach of the Year honors, which will be announced at the NFHCA Awards Luncheon on Jan. 10 in Baltimore, Md. “Iʼm very excited and honored to be chosen to receive this award,” said Dombrowski, who just completed her sixth season at Oneonta. “I share this award with my team because they have worked hard to raise our program to the next level during the last six years.” The Red Dragons completed its best season since 1990 when they finished 15-8 this fall. They qualified as the eighth seed in the ECAC Mid-Atlantic Tournament and knocked off top-seeded William Smith in the quarterfinals before losing to Ursinus in the semifinals. This yearʼs team finished second in the SUNYAC with a 4-1 record for a second straight year. Last fall the team finished 8-9 overall and Dombrowski garnered conference Coach of the Year honors after going from last place to second place in the SUNYAC. Dombrowski came to Oneonta in 1998 after a two-year stint as the assistant field hockey and lacrosse coach at Smith (MA) College. She holds a masterʼs degree in Exercise & Sport Studies from Smith and is also on the staff for summer camps at Smith, Hartwick and Fitchburg (MA) State. Dombrowski is a 1996 graduate of Goucher College where she is the career leader in goals scored and points for the field hockey program. She was selected as an All-American twice and was a four-time South Region All-American forward. Dombrowski helped lead the Gophers to two straight NCAA Div. III appearances during her four years. She was also selected as the GTE Fall/Winter At-Large Academic All-American of the Year in the College Division for her outstanding achievements in the classroom.

first game would be at William Smith where the Red Dragons pulled out a 1-0 win in overtime. Again it was Miller who came up with the decisive goal for Oneonta. In the semifinals Oneontaʼs season came to an end when they defeated 4-3 by host Ursinus. Men’s Soccer (10-2-6) The 2003 menʼs soccer season was a comeback year of sorts after a disappointing 2002 campaign. The program had a familiar face as its new coach as longtime assistant Iain Byrne took over the program as its interim coach. The team returned a large senior class and nine starters overall, so the prospects of a winning season were good. The team finished with its best winning percentage in nearly 30 years while ending the year with a 12-game unbeaten streak, which is the longest since the 1966-67 seasons. The team also was in the top five in the regional coaches poll all season and was receiving votes for the national coaches poll from the beginning of October until the end of the season. The year began with a convincing 3-0 win against St. Bonaventure at home. Senior Jme Amoako (Brooklyn, NY/Friends) scored all three goals for Oneonta in the victory. Oneonta followed that season-opening win with a 2-1 victory over Siena in the first road game of the season to begin 2003 2-0. In the Mayorʼs Cup tournament at Hartwick the Red Dragons earned a split of its two games. They were defeated in Jack Potter the opener 2-1 by Hofstra, but then rallied and took a 1-0 win against nationally ranked Pittsburgh on the final day. The next weekend Oneonta went to the Midwest for a tournament at Northern Illinois University. They came away with a tie and a loss to make their record 3-2-1 through the first six games of the season. The loss to Loyola University of Chicago on the second day of the tournament would be the last time the Red Dragons would record a loss for the year. During their unbeaten streak Oneonta would win its own Invitational and tie Binghamton and Florida International, both of which would qualify for the NCAA tournament. Binghamton won the America East while FIU won the Atlantic Soccer Conference, which Oneonta plays in. The highlight game of the year was the regular season meeting between the Red Dragons and Hartwick on Homecoming Saturday. Nearly 1,200 fans turned out to watch the battle between former coach, Ian McIntyre and his former assistant Byrne. Both teams had their chances, but the game ended in a 0-0 draw. Senior goalkeeper Jack Potter (Liverpool, England/Liverpool Blue Coat) had the best season of his three-year career at Oneonta. His 10 shutouts tied the single season record, which was set in 1990. He finished with a 0.46 goals against average, which is second best all-time for a single season while putting him near the top in Div. I amongst keepers. His postseason honors included being a first team selection for both the Atlantic Soccer Conference and in the New York Region. Cross Country The menʼs and womenʼs cross country teams continued to build this fall on last yearʼs successes. Both teams performed well throughout the season, which culminated in a tremendous showing at the ECAC championship meet. The men were powered by a nucleus of young runners while the women used an outstanding crop of freshmen to lead the way in 2003. With 11 freshmen and sophomores on the womenʼs roster and 14 of the same on the menʼs team, both teams knew they had their work cut out for them against experienced teams each week. The most

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pleasant surprise of the fall on the womenʼs side was that it was the freshmen leading the pack and keeping the Red Dragons competitive. The men relied on seniors Dan Verdi (Savannah, NY/Clyde-Savannah) and Brian Suozzo (Franklin, NY/Franklin) along with junior Bryan Reles (Cicero, NY/Cicero-N. Dan Verdi Syracuse) to carry the squad. The first three weeks of the season saw both teams competing at smaller invitationals, which included the Oneonta Invitational as a dry run for the conference championships that the Red Dragons were hosting later in the season. During these initial meets freshmen Melissa Wida (Pine City, NY/Elmira Southside) emerged as the top runner on the womenʼs side. The two teams continued to get stronger during the early part of October in preparation for the SUNYAC meet. The women had a great showing at the Hamilton Invitational during the second Saturday of the month. The ladies finished fifth overall out of 15 competing teams with Wida leading the way in 19th place. Two weeks later at the conference championship she would become the first female in the history of the program to earn All-Conference honors when she placed 13th overall Melissa Wida in helping to lead Oneonta to a sixth place finish as a team. The men did not do as well as they would have hoped at the SUNYAC meet as they finished sixth overall, but were hoping to run well enough for fourth. The meet of the year for both teams was definitely the ECAC meet hosted by Tufts. The men were 7th overall out of 33 teams while the women were 13th out of 31 teams. Every man and women who competed on the day ran their best time of the season. The men were led by Verdi and sophomore Joe Melanson (Montour Falls, NY/OdessaMontour) who were 17th and 26th respectively. The women were led by freshman Mallory Baughman (Niskayuna, NY/Niskayuna) who was 59th overall. Both teams finished in the second half of the pack at the Atlantic Regional meet at Letchworth State Park in Geneva, N.Y. to end the season. Volleyball (26-16) The motto for this yearʼs edition of Oneonta State volleyball was “Round 2” meaning that the teamʼs goal was to get back to the NCAA tournament and advance to the second round. In 2002 the Red Dragons had won its first ever SUNYAC title to earn the berth to the NCAA tournament, but were eliminated by NYU in the Regional semifinals. As it turned out the team would make it back to the conference championship match, but have their season ended by Cortland. The 2003 season began as it has the previous three years by hosting the Red Dragon Invitational. Oneonta won its two matches on the opening day easily over Hartwick and Keuka to advance into the championship bracket on day two. The next day the Red Dragons would fall to NYU in three straight games before falling to Nazareth in five games to finish fourth overall. Senior Lacey Musso (Wading River, NY/Shoreham-Wading River) and junior Cassandra Auth (East Patchogue, NY/Bellport) were selected to the All-Tournament Team. The month of September was not kind to Oneonta who finished with a combined 6-8 record overall. Four of the teamʼs victories came at the end of the month at the first weekend of SUNYAC pool play at Plattsburgh. Oneonta was able to position themselves into the second

spot right behind Cortland in hopes of overtaking them in October for the top seed. The month of October proved to be a much better month for the Red Dragons who rang up an impressive 16-2 record. Their victories included winning both the Oneonta Invitational and Oswego Invitational during the month while finishing second at the Colorado College Invitational. Musso was selected as the SUNYAC Player Jill Meehan of the Week after leading the Red Dragons at Oswego. The final loss of the month came to Cortland at SUNYAC pool play 2 at New Paltz, which meant second place in the East. The last two weeks of the season Oneonta went 2-4 including an 0-2 showing at the NYSWCAA tournament hosted by St. Lawrence during the first weekend of Noovember. At the conference tournament the Red Dragons defeated Geneseo and Fredonia before falling to Cortland in four games. Fredonia was the top seed from the West and Oneonta was able to defeat them 3-2 to advance to the championship match. Musso, Auth and senior Kristine Clark (Jackson Heights, NY/St. Johnʼs Prep) were all selected the All-Tournament Team. Women’s Tennis (4-7) The womenʼs tennis team began the 2003 season with a new coach and a host of new players to the team. Fortunately for first-year coach Bernie Walters two of the newcomers played at the top and showed great promise for the future. Unfortunately for the team there wasnʼt much depth and the squad had to settle for its first losing season in four years. The season began with a home victory against Russell Sage by the score of 8-1. Freshman Nicole Lindell (East Greenbush, NY/Columbia) and seniors Trudy Hudson (Hagaman, NY/Amsterdam) and Erin Pitcher (Dolgevillle, NY/Poland Central) were all double winners for Oneonta on the day. Lindell won at first singles in straight sets without losing a game and then won at first doubles with her partner, and classmate, Aubrey Mannella (Hopewell Jct., NY/John Jay). Hudson and Pitcher won at third and fourth singles respectively and then paired to Nicole Lindell win at second doubles. After a 6-3 loss to RIT the Red Dragons bounced back with a 6-3 win against St. John Fisher. Lindell and Mannella would both be double winners for Oneonta winning at first and second singles respectively and pairing again to win at first doubles. The team then lost four straight matches before picking up its final two wins of the fall against Plattsburgh and Potsdam. Lindell, Pam Katz (Suffern, NY/Suffern) and Lisa Seelig (Valley Stream, NY/Valley Stream South) each picked up two wins against Plattsburgh in a 6-3 win. Pitcher and Hudson were the double winners in helping to lead Oneonta to a 5-4 win against Potsdam. The season ended in mid-October with a pair of losses and a fifth place showing at the SUNYAC championships. Lindell, Hudson and Seelig were the only players to advance into the semifinal round at the conference tournament. Seelig lost in three sets while both Hudson and Lindell lost in straight sets.

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BETH OPPENHEIMER RECEIVES BOGARD AWARD 2003 Graduate Earns SUNYAC Conferenceʼs Highest Academic Honor At the annual fall meeting of the State University of New York Athletic Conference it was announced that 2003 Oneonta State graduate Lizbeth Oppenheimer (Webster, NY/Webster) was selected as the recipient of the Dr. Dolores Bogard award. The award is given annually to the most outstanding female student-athlete of the conference who has demonstrated the best combination of academic and athletic excellence during the previous academic year. This honor for Oppenheimer is the culminating award that marked one of the most accomplished careers of any student-athlete in the history of the college. With the honor, she becomes the first Oneonta State female athlete to receive this honor in the eleven years that it has been awarded. Oppenheimer, who is currently enrolled in the physical therapy program at Syracuse University, has a long list of academic and athletic accolades earned during her four years with Oneonta. She was a four-year starter for the Red Dragonsʼ softball team and helped lead the program to a SUNYAC title during her sophomore year. She was a three-time Regional All-American and All-Conference selection for her on-field performance during her career. She led the team in hitting (.395), total bases (68) and slugging (.571) last spring and left the program as its all-time leader in hits (197) and runs scored (119). Her academic accolades are numerous and include being the first athlete, male or female, to be selected as a first team Academic All-American when she earned the honor this past June. During her senior year she was one of 12 students from the college to receive one of the SUNY Chancellorʼs Award for Student Excellence, which is the highest honor any student can receive from the SUNY system. She was one of only 10 females to be a recipient of an Outstanding Scholar-Athlete Award by the New York State Womenʼs Collegiate Athletic Association. She appeared on the SUNYAC Commissionerʼs List and All-Academic Team, was a recipient of the Susan Sutton Smith and Provostʼs Award for academic excellence from the college while being inducted into Chi Alpha Sigma, the National Student Honor Society.

Hall of Fame Class of 2003 The following individuals were inducted into Oneontaʼs fifth Hall of Fame Class during induction ceremonies on Saturday, Oct. 18. Ronan Downs Soccer 1974-1977 Soccer Monthly Magazine All-American Three-Time All-Conference Two-Time All-New York State Professional Soccer Career Madelyn Betzig-Jolliffe Swimming & Lacrosse 1982-1986 Two-Time Regional All-American in Lacrosse Two-Time All-New York State in Lacrosse Amongst All-Time Career Leaders in Goals, Assists and Points Don Flewelling Teacher & Coach 1967-2001 All-Time Winningest Menʼs Basketball and Softball Coach Three-Time SUNYAC Basketball and Two-Time Softball Coach of the Year National Division III Coach of the Year Finalist, 1977 Coached Basketball Team to Division III National Final in 1977

THREE ATHLETES EARN ACADEMIC HONORS Kitchen, Potter and Stevens Receive Honors for Work in the Classroom The Academic All-District 1 Teams were announced in November for menʼs and womenʼs soccer and Oneonta State had three athletes honored including two First Team selections. Seniors Jack Potter (Liverpool, England/ Liverpool Blue Coat) and Kelly Stevens (Rochester, NY/Churchville-Chili) along with junior Luke Kitchen (Stroud, England/Marling School) all were honored for their outstanding accomplishments off the playing field. Stevens and Kitchen were both First Team selections while Potter was a Second Team selection. This is the second straight year that Stevens earned District 1 honors as last year she was a Third Team selection. Stevens was co-captain of the womenʼs soccer team for a second year and helped lead the Red Dragons to a national title. She has started 88 of 91 career games and registered 14 goals and 12 assists as a midfielder. Stevens was the Oneonta State Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year for 2002-03 to highlight her academic accolades she has accumulated to date. She is a Presidential Scholar, was inducted into Chi Alpha Sigma as a junior and has been on the SUNYAC All-Academic Team and Commissionerʼs list since her freshman and sophomore years. This fall she was also selected as one of the Best and Brightest students by the college. Kitchen was the other First Team selection for Oneonta as he was selected to the University Division Menʼs Soccer Team. Kitchen has started every game for Oneonta as a defender since his arrival in 2001. This season he was an All-Conference selection after leading the team with five assists. Kitchenʼs academic accolades include being on the SUNYAC AllAcademic Team and Commissionerʼs List for the last two years. Potter was selected to the Academic All-District 1 Second Team as a goalkeeper. Potter posted career-best numbers in leading the Red Dragons to a 10-2-6 record. He has played 1570 minutes in goal and has posted a 0.46 goals against and 10 shutouts. His goals against is the second best all-time for the menʼs soccer program while tying the record for shutouts in a season set by David Carter during the 1990 season. Potter was a First Team All-ASC selection and First Team Regional All-American in 2003. He was also the conferenceʼs Goalkeeper of the Week twice during the season. Potter has been on the SUNYAC All-Academic Team and Commissionerʼs List for three years and was inducted into Chi Alpha Sigma last spring. The Academic All-America program is sponsored by the College Sports Information Directors of America and the district team is selected by Sports Information Directors in each respective District. To be eligible for nomination, the student-athlete must have at least a 3.2 GPA and be a starter or significant contributor to their team.

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Nicole Gervasio-Forrest Field Hockey & Lacrosse 1990-1993 Four-Time Regional All-American in Field Hockey Four-Time All-New York State in Field Hockey NYSWCAA Scholar-Athlete Award Recipient, 1994 Oneonta State Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year, 1994 Donald D. Jester Soccer, Basketball & Baseball 1953-1957 Outstanding Multisport Athlete Earned 10 Varsity Letters During Athletic Career Scored over 1,000 points in Basketball Was 15-1 as a Pitcher over Four Years Judson R. Magrin Soccer & Baseball 1965-1969 Three-Time All-Conference Player in Baseball First Team All-Conference Pitcher, 1969 Led SUNYAC in Earned Run Average, 1969 District All-Star in Baseball, 1969 William Joseph McHugh Wrestling 1981-1985 1984 All-American, 134 lbs. Three Time NCAA Qualifier Two-Time All-New York State Three-Time Team Captain


Fall Honor Roll

Cristina Gaspar ʻ05 SUNYAC 2nd Team All-Conference

NYSWCAA All-Tournament Team NFHCA 2nd Team Regional All-American

Menʼs Soccer Individual

Sarah Tauber ʻ06 SUNYAC Honorable Mention All-Conference

Jme Amoako ʻ04 Mayorʼs Cup Offensive MVP Atlantic Soccer Conference 1st Team NSCAA 1st Team Regional All-American

Team Mayorʼs Cup Champions Red Dragon Cup Champions NCAA New York Region Champions NCAA Div. III National Champions

Kelly Mohr ʻ05 Red Dragon Classic All-Tournament Team SUNYAC Player of the Week, 10/13 SUNYAC 1st Team All-Conference

Jack Potter ʻ04 ASC Goalkeeper of the Week, 10/20; 11/3; Atlantic Soccer Conference 1st Team NSCAA 1st Team Regional All-American CoSIDA Academic All-District 1, 2nd Team Odingo Ridley ʻ05 Oneonta Invitational Offensive MVP ASC Player of the Week, 9/22 Atlantic Soccer Conference 2nd Team Luke Kitchen ʻ05 Atlantic Soccer Conference 1st Team CoSIDA Academic All-District 1, 1st Team James Whyte ʻ04 Atlantic Soccer Conference 2nd Team NSCAA 2nd Team Regional All-American Iain Byrne ASC Coach of the Year Team Oneonta Invitational Champions Womenʼs Soccer Individual Sanada Mujanovic ʻ04 Mayorʼs Cup Offensive MVP SUNYAC Player of the Week, 9/8 SUNYAC 1st Team All-Conference SUNYAC All-Tournament Team NYSWCAA All-State Team NSCAA 1st Team Regional All-American NSCAA 2nd Team All-American Tricia Jaeger ʻ05 Red Dragons Cup Defensive MVP SUNYAC Honorable Mention All-Conference SUNYAC Tournament MVP NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team NYSWCAA All-State Team NSCAA 3rd Team Regional All-American Alissa Karcz ʻ04 SUNYAC 2nd Team All-Conference NYSWCAA All-State Team NSCAA 3rd Team Regional All-American Kelly Stevens ʻ04 SUNYAC Honorable Mention All-Conference SUNYAC All-Tournament Team CoSIDA Academic All-District 1, 1st Team Brooke Davis ʻ05 SUNYAC Player of the Week, 10/6 SUNYAC All-Tournament Team NCAA Championship Tournament Most Outstanding Offensive Player

Womenʼs Cross Country Individual Melissa Wida ʻ07 SUNYAC All-Conference 2nd Team Volleyball Individual Lacey Musso ʻ04 Red Dragon Invitational All-Tournament Team Oneonta State Invitational All-Tournament Team Colorado College Invitational All-Tournament Team Oswego Invitational MVP SUNYAC Player of the Week, 10/20 ECAC Co-Player of the Week, 10/20 SUNYAC 1st Team All-Conference SUNYAC All-Tournament Team CoSIDA Academic All-District 1, 3rd Team AVCA 1st Team Regional All-American AVCA Honorable Mention All-American Cassandra Auth ʻ05 Red Dragon Invitational All-Tournament Team Oneonta State Invitational All-Tournament Team Colorado College Invitational All-Tournament Team SUNYAC Honorable Mention All-Conference SUNYAC All-Tournament Team Jill Meehan ʻ06 Oneonta State Invitational All-Tournament Team SUNYAC Honorable Mention All-Conference AVCA Honorable Mention Regional All-American Kristine Clark ʻ04 Oswego Invitational All-Tournament Team SUNYAC Honorable Mention All-Conference SUNYAC All-Tournament Team Team Oneonta State Invitational Champions Oswego Invitational Champions Field Hockey Individual Jess Keller ʻ04 Womenʼs Field Hockey.com Weekly Honor Roll, 10/20 SUNYAC 1st Team All-Conference NYSWCAA 1st Team All-State NFHCA 1st Team Regional All-American NFHCA 3rd Team All-American

Laura Morcone ʻ06 SUNYAC 1st Team All-Conference NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team NYSWCAA All-State Team NSCAA 2nd Team Regional All-American

Jenn Miller ʻ04 Red Dragon Classic All-Tournament Team SUNYAC 2nd Team All-Conference NYSWCAA All-Tournament Team

Amanda LaPolla ʻ04 NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team

Sarah Johnson ʻ05 Red Dragon Classic All-Tournament Team SUNYAC 1st Team All-Conference

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Brynne Hoover ʻ05 Red Dragon Classic MVP Meghan Donnelly ʻ05 SUNYAC 1st Team All-Conference NYSWCAA 3rd Team All-State NFHCA 2nd Team Regional All-American Rachael Decker ʻ06 SUNYAC 2nd Team All-Conference Natalie Sherwood ʻ04 SUNYAC 2nd Team All-Conference Michele Dombrowski Dita/NFHCA North Atlantic Region Coach of the Year Team Red Dragon Classic Champions ECAC Mid-Atlantic Tournament Fall Athletes of the Week September 1 Jme Amoako, Soccer Brooke Davis, Soccer September 8 Sanada Mujanovic, Soccer Brynne Hoover, Field Hockey September 15 Tricia Jaeger, Soccer Rachael Decker, Field Hockey September 22 Odingo Ridley, Soccer Nicole Lindell, Tennis September 29 Antonio DiMuccio, Soccer Cassandra Auth, Volleyball October 6 Brooke Davis, Soccer Jill Meehan, Volleyball October 13 Luke Kitchen, Soccer Melissa Wida, Cross Country October 20 Jess Keller, Field Hockey Lacey Musso, Volleyball October 27 Jen Macri, Volleyball Melissa Wida, Cross Country November 3 Jack Potter, Soccer Jami Leibering, Soccer November 10 Womenʼs Soccer Team November 17 Tricia Jaeger, Soccer Laura Morcone, Soccer November 24 Brooke Davis, Soccer Otis Place, Wrestling December 1 Womenʼs Soccer Team


JESS KELLER EARNS ALL AMERICA HONORS IN FIELD HOCKEY Senior Reaches Pinnacle of Individual Success

LACEY MUSSO EARNS ALL-AMERICA HONORS IN VOLLEYBALL Senior Selected as an Honorable Mention

Senior Jess Keller (Clinton, NY/Clinton) was honored this fall by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association as a Third Team All-American. This after helping lead the Red Dragons to its greatest season since 1990 while reaching the semifinals of the ECAC Mid-Atlantic Tournament. Keller was a team captain this fall and was a starting forward on Oneontaʼs 15-8 team. She was a First Team All-SUNYAC selection along with being named to the NYSWCAA All-New York State Team. She was a two-time Regional All-American and earned First Team honors this fall to be eligible for selection to the All-America Team. Keller finished as the teamʼs leading scorer with 23 points on 11 goals and one assist. She ended her career with 18 goals and four assists for 40 points in 74 games. “Iʼm very happy for Jess,” said head coach Michele Dombrowski. “She has worked extremely hard for four years and has been a tremendous team leader for our program. She has helped elevate our program into the next tier in our region.” Keller is only the fourth field hockey player in the history of the program to be selected as an All-American and first since 1993.

The Oneonta State womenʼs volleyball team received postseason honors during the Thanksgiving break from the American Volleyball Coaches Association. Senior Lacey Musso (Wading River, NY/ShorehamWading River) received All-America honors after helping lead the Red Dragons to a 26-16 season. Musso earned her honor after being selected as a First Team New York Region All-American for a second consecutive year. Musso will graduate as one of, if not the most, honored volleyball players in the nearly 40-year history of the program. She is the all-time leader in career aces and is amongst the alltime leaders in assists and digs. Musso was a first team All-SUNYAC selection for a fourth straight year this fall and was the East Division Co-MVP in 2002 after leading Oneonta to its first conference title and NCAA berth. Musso also received honors for her work in the classroom this fall being selected to the CoSIDA Academic AllDistrict 1 Third Team. Her academic accolades include being selected to the SUNYAC Commissionerʼs List and All-Academic Team for the fall of 2001 and 2002. She is also a Peer Athletic Leader on campus.

SANADA MUJANOVIC EARNS ALL AMERICA HONORS Senior Becomes First Two-Time All-American

ship against the University of Chicago on Nov. 30. She finished second on the team with 24 points on eight goals and a teambest eight assists. She will leave the program as its all-time assists leader with 21 while being second on the all-time scoring list with 83 points. She was a three-time All-SUNYAC selection and a two-time All-New York State player during her four-year career. Oneonta State finished the season with a school record 21 wins against one defeat and three ties and finished as the No. 1 team in the final NSCAA Div. III Coaches Poll after winning the national championship.

Senior Sanada Mujanovic (Centereach, NY/Centereach) was selected as a Division III All-American in womenʼs soccer for a second time during her career. She was selected as an NSCAA second team AllAmerican making her the first soccer player in the history of womenʼs program to earn AllAmerica honors twice. Last season she earned third team honors for her outstanding season in leading the Red Dragons to a 20-3-1 record. Earlier in December Mujanovic earned first team regional All-America honors to become eligible for selection to the national team. She had the game-winning goal to lead the Red Dragons to the national champion-

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Field Hockey: 15-8/4-1 SUNYAC Date................Opponent ......................................................... Result 8/29 ................at Rensselaer ................................................ L, 1-2 OT 9/3 ..................at Utica ....................................................... L, 2-3 OT1 9/6 ..................ST. LAWRENCE# ............................................ W, 2-1 9/7 ..................EASTERN CONNECTICUT# ......................... W, 3-0 9/10 ................NEW PALTZ*................................................... W, 4-3 9/13 ................CORTLAND* ............................................ L, 1-2 OT1 9/20 ................at Elmira............................................................ W, 2-0 9/27 ................HARTWICK ...................................................... L, 1-4 9/30 ................at Skidmore ........................................................ L, 1-5 10/3 ................BROCKPORT*................................................. W, 4-1 10/4 ................ROCHESTER ................................................... W, 1-0 10/9 ................at Geneseo*............................................... W, 2-1 OT$ 10/12 ..............at Nazareth ................................................W 2-1 OT& 10/15 ..............ITHACA............................................................ W, 4-1 10/18 ..............HOUGHTON ............................................ W, 4-3 OT2 10/21 ..............HAMILTON.............................................. W, 4-2 OT1 10/25 ..............at Oswego*........................................................ W, 2-1 11/1.................MANHATTANVILLE ...................................... W, 4-1 11/2.................at Union..................................................... L, 2-3 OT& 11/5.................ELMIRA%........................................................ W, 2-1 11/8.................at Utica%% ........................................................ L, 1-3 11/12...............at William Smith@ ................................... W, 1-0 OT1 11/15...............at Ursinus@@.................................................... L, 3-4 *SUNYAC game #Red Dragon Field Hockey Classic (Champions) $game won in sudden death stroke play &game won in first stroke period %NYSWCAA Tournament quarterfinals %%NYSWCAA Tournament semifinals @ECAC Mid Atlantic Quarterfinals @ECAC Mid Atlantic Semifinals Men’s Soccer: 10-2-6/1-0-4 ASC Date...............Opponent .......................................................... Result 8/30 ...............ST. BONAVENTURE ....................................... W, 3-0 9/2 .................at Siena .............................................................. W, 2-1 9/6 .................HOFSTRA# ........................................................ L, 1-2 9/7 .................PITTSBURGH# ................................................ W, 1-0 9/13 ...............at Northern Illinois$...................................... T, 0-0 OT 9/14 ...............vs Loyola-Chicago$............................................ L, 2-3 9/20 ...............CANISIUS% ..................................................... W, 1-0 9/21 ...............ST. FRANCIS%................................................. W, 3-2 9/26 ...............at Marist............................................................. W, 1-0 9/30 ...............at Binghamton............................................... T, 1-1 OT 10/4 ...............at Howard* ................................................... T, 1-1 OT 10/7 ...............LAFAYETTE..................................................... W, 4-0 10/12 .............FLORIDA INTʼL*........................................ T, 1-1 OT 10/18 .............HARTWICK*............................................... T, 0-0 OT 10/28 .............at Cornell ........................................................... W, 1-0 11/1................ADELPHI* ................................................... T, 0-0 OT 11/4................at Colgate................................................... W, 3-2 OT1 11/8................at Philadelphia* ................................................. W, 1-0 *Atlantic Soccer Conference Game #Mayorʼs Cup Tournament (3rd place) $Northern Illinois Tournament %Oneonta Invitational (Champions)

fall scoreboard 9/13 ....COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY&................................... W, 2-1 9/14 ....JOHNS HOPKINS&................................................. T, 0-0 OT 9/19 ....POTSDAM* .................................................................. W, 6-0 9/20 ....PLATTSBURGH* ......................................................... W, 2-1 9/23 ....at SUNYIT* ................................................................... W, 4-0 9/26 ....BROCKPORT*.............................................................. W, 1-0 9/27 ....GENESEO* .............................................................. T, 0-0 OT 10/3 ....at Buffalo State* ............................................................ W, 6-1 10/4 ....at Fredonia* ................................................................... W, 4-0 10/10 ..at Oswego*..................................................................... W, 4-0 10/11...at Cortland*.................................................................... W, 3-0 10/18 ..HAMILTON................................................................... W, 2-1 10/22 ..at New Paltz* ................................................................. W, 4-0 10/25 ..ITHACA.......................................................................... L, 1-2 10/29 ..at Hartwick..................................................................... W, 5-0 11/7.....vs Brockport#................................................................. W, 2-0 11/8.....vs Geneseo## ................................................................. W, 2-0 11/15...vs Ithaca%............................................................... T, 0-0 OT* 11/16...at Union%% ................................................................... W, 1-0 11/22...SCRANTON&&....................................................W, 1-0 OT2 11/29...TCNJ### ........................................................................ W, 2-1 11/30...CHICAGO#### .....................................................W, 2-1 OT1 *SUNYAC Game (regular season champions) $Mayorʼs Cup Tournament at Hartwick (Champions) &Red Dragon Cup (Champions) #SUNYAC Tournament semifinals at NSHOF ##SUNYAC Tournament Championship at NSHOF (Champions) %NCAA New York Regional semifinal at Union (won 3-2 PKʼs) %%NCAA New York Regional final (Champions) &&NCAA Div III Tournament quarterfinal ###NCAA Div. III Tournament semifinal ####NCAA Div. III Tournament Final (National Champions) Men’s & Women’s Cross Country Date....Opponent(s) ................................................................. Result 8/30 ....ONEONTA INVITATIONAL....................... M - 5/6, 162 pts. ................................................................................... W - 4/6, 125 pts. 9/6 ......Cardinal Classic at Plattsburgh ....................... M - 4/7, 92 pts. ..................................................................................... W - 3/7, 80 pts. 9/13 ....at Hartwick Invitational .................................. M - 1/3, 62 pts. ..................................................................................... W - 2/2, 37 pts. 9/27 ....MIT Harrier Classic at Franklin Park ......... M - 8/12, 197 pts. ................................................................................. W - 8/13, 228 pts. 10/4 ....Pre-Regional Meet at Geneseo.................. M - 10/16, 229 pts. ............................................................................... W - 13/16, 283 pts. 10/11...at Hamilton College Invitational................M - 11/15, 319 pts. ................................................................................. W - 5/15, 188 pts. 10/18 ..at U of Allbany Invitational ...................... M - 15/25, 424 pts. ............................................................................... W - 13/20, 414 pts. 10/25 ..SUNYAC CHAMPIONSHIP...................... M - 6/10, 172 pts. ................................................................................. W - 6/10, 183 pts. 11/8.....ECAC Championships at Tufts................... M - 7/33, 207 pts. ............................................................................... W - 13/31, 338 pts. 11/15...NCAA Atlantic Regional at Letchworth State Park (Geneva) ............................................................................... M - 18/30, 490 pts. ............................................................................... W - 17/30, 485 pts.

Women’s Soccer: 21-1-3/9-0-1 SUNYAC Date....Opponent ...................................................................... Result 8/31 ....at NYU ........................................................................... W, 1-0 9/5 ......vs Eastern Connecticut$................................................. W, 1-0 9/6 ......vs Smith$ ....................................................................... W, 5-0

Volleyball: 26-16/8-2 SUNYAC East Date...... Opponent(s) .............................................................. Result 8/29 ...... HARTWICK@............................................................ W 3-0 .............. KEUKA@ ................................................................... W 3-0 8/30 ...... NYU@ ..........................................................................L 0-3

.............. NAZARETH@..............................................................L 2-3 9/5 ........ vs NYU#........................................................................L 0-3 .............. vs RIT#..........................................................................L 1-3 9/6 ........ vs East Texas Bible#......................................................L 0-3 .............. vs Widener#................................................................. W 3-1 9/17 ...... UTICA......................................................................... W 3-0 9/19 ...... vs U of Rochester$ ........................................................L 0-3 .............. vs Potsdam$ ..................................................................L 1-3 9/20 ...... vs Clarkson$..................................................................L 0-3 .............. vs Alfred$ ......................................................................L 1-3 9/26 ...... vs Cortland% .................................................................L 1-3 .............. vs SUNYIT% .............................................................. W 3-0 9/27 ...... vs Potsdam% ............................................................... W 3-0 .............. vs New Paltz% ............................................................ W 3-0 .............. at Plattsburgh% ........................................................... W 3-0 10/4 ...... MOUNT ST. MARY^^ ............................................... W 3-1 .............. CLARKSON^^............................................................ W 3-0 10/5 ...... BARUCH^^ ................................................................ W 3-0 .............. KINGʼS^^.................................................................... W 3-2 10/10 .... vs York College& ........................................................ W 3-0 .............. at Colorado College&....................................................L 0-3 10/11..... vs Univ of Dallas&...................................................... W 3-2 .............. vs Whittier& ................................................................ W 3-2 10/15 .... at Union ....................................................................... W 3-0 10/17 .... vs Fredonia* ................................................................ W 3-1 .............. vs RIT*........................................................................ W 3-1 10/18 .... vs St. Lawrence* ......................................................... W 3-1 .............. vs Clarkson*................................................................ W 3-1 10/24 .... vs SUNYIT!! ............................................................... W 3-0 .............. at New Paltz!!.............................................................. W 3-1 10/25 .... vs Potsdam!!................................................................ W 3-2 .............. vs Plattsburgh!! ........................................................... W 3-1 .............. vs Cortland!!..................................................................L 0-3 11/1....... vs Clarkson@@ ............................................................L 1-3 .............. vs Elmira@@ ................................................................L 1-3 11/5....... at Ithaca .........................................................................L 1-3 11/7....... vs Geneseo##............................................................... W 3-0 11/8....... vs Fredonia## .............................................................. W 3-2 .............. at Cortland## .................................................................L 1-3 @Red Dragon Invitational (4th place) #Bomber Invitational at Ithaca College $at RIT Invitational %SUNYAC Pool Play 1 at Plattsburgh ^^Oneonta State Invitational (Champions) &at Colorado College Invitational (2nd Place) *at Oswego Invitational (Champions) !!SUNYAC Pool Play 2 at New Paltz @@NYSWCAA Tournament at St. Lawrence ##SUNYAC Tournament at Cortland Women’s Tennis: 4-7 Date..........Opponent(s) ........................................................... Result 9/2 ............RUSSELL SAGE.................................................... W, 8-1 9/5 ............at RIT ....................................................................... L, 3-6 9/6 ............at St. John Fisher..................................................... W, 6-3 9/9 ............CORTLAND ............................................................ L, 0-9 9/11...........at New Paltz ............................................................. L, 1-7 9/13 ..........GENESEO ............................................................... L, 2-7 9/16 ..........at Hartwick............................................................... L, 4-5 9/20 ..........at Plattsburgh .......................................................... W, 6-3 9/21 ..........at Potsdam............................................................... W, 5-4 9/26-28 .....Omni Hotels/ITA Regional Tourn...................................... ..................at William Smith ...................................... no placewinners 10/5 ..........at Ithaca.................................................................... L, 1-8 10/8 ..........ELMIRA .................................................................. L, 4-5 10/10-12 ...SUNYAC Championship ................................................... ..................at Eastside RC (Manilus, NY) ......................... T5th, 8 pts.

winter schedules Men’s/Women’s Indoor Track & Field Schedule Head Coach: Matt LoPiccolo Date..........Opponent .................................................................. Time 1/16 ..........at Armory Collegiate Open (NYU)........................9:00 am 1/24 ..........at St. Lawrence Invitational ...................................9:00 am 1/31 ..........at Wesleyan Invitational.........................................9:00 am 2/7 ............at Colgate Invitational............................................9:00 am 2/14 ..........at Tufts Univ. Stampede.........................................9:00 am 2/21 ..........SUNYAC Championships at Hobart....................9:000 am 2/27 ..........NYU Last Chance Invitational ..................at NY Armory.........................................................5:00 pm 3/5-6 .........ECAC Championships at Bowdoin ...................4pm/10am 3/12-13 .....NCAA Championships ................. At Wisconsin Whitewater ..................................4pm/10am Men’s and Women’s Swimming & Diving Head Coach: Chris Schuler-Ghiorse Date.........Opponent(s).............................................................. Time 1/15 .........CORTLAND.......................................................... 4:00 pm 1/17 .........at Rensselaer Invitational(women) ...................... 12:00 pm 1/19 .........at St. Rose w/ Skidmore ........................................ 4:00 pm 1/30 .........at Brockport ........................................................... 5:00 pm 1/31 .........at Fredonia ............................................................. 1:00 pm 2/2 ...........at Hartwick ............................................................ 4:00 pm 2/11-14 ....SUNYAC Championships .................at Erie Community College Wrestling Head Coach: Al Sosa Date..........Opponent(s) .............................................................. Time 1/6 ............at Montclair State...................................................7:00 pm 1/7 ............at USMMA w/ Trinity............................................5:30 pm 1/10 ..........at NYU w/ Wilkes/RIC ........................................12:00 pm

1/14 ..........at Cortland..............................................................7:00 pm 1/17 ..........OSWEGO/SUNY MARITIME .............................1:00 pm 1/23-24 .....NYS College Championships at Nassau CCC. 10am/10am 1/30 ..........ITHACA.................................................................7:00 pm 1/31 ..........RIT .........................................................................1:00 pm 2/4 ............at Scranton .............................................................7:00 pm 2/7 ............at WNEC w/ Williams/Wesleyan .........................12:00 pm 2/11...........at Kingʼs .................................................................7:00 pm 2/21 ..........ECWC Championships at RIT.............................10:30 am 3/5-6 .........NCAA Championships at Loras College .................... TBA Women’s Basketball Head Coach: Dan McGraw Date..........Opponent ................................................................. Time 1/9 ............MANHATTANVILLE .......................................... 6:00 pm 1/13 ..........at Plattsburgh* ...................................................... 6:00 pm 1/16 ..........at SUNYIT* .......................................................... 6:00 pm 1/18 ..........UTICA .................................................................. 2:00 pm 1/20 ..........at Cazenovia.......................................................... 7:00 pm 1/23 ..........GENESEO* .......................................................... 6:00 pm 1/24 ..........BROCKPORT*..................................................... 2:00 pm 1/27 ..........at Ithaca................................................................. 6:00 pm 1/30 ..........at Oswego*............................................................ 6:00 pm 1/31 ..........at Geneseo*........................................................... 2:00 pm 2/3 ............at Mt. St. Mary ...................................................... 7:00 pm 2/6 ............POTSDAM* ......................................................... 6:00 pm 2/7 ............PLATTSBURGH* ................................................ 2:00 pm 2/10 ..........CORTLAND* ....................................................... 6:00 pm 2/13 ..........at Buffalo State* ................................................... 6:00 pm 2/14 ..........at Fredonia* .......................................................... 2:00 pm 2/17 ..........NEW PALTZ*....................................................... 6:00 pm 2/20 ..........at Potsdam*........................................................... 6:00 pm 2/24 ..........SUNYAC Tournament Quarterfinals ......................... TBA 2/27-28 .....SUNYAC Tournament Finals at Utica ....................... TBA *SUNYAC Game

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Men’s Basketball Head Coach: Paul Clune Date ..........Opponent....................................................................Time 1/13 ..........at Plattsburgh* ...................................................... 8:00 pm 1/16 ..........at SUNYIT* .......................................................... 8:00 pm 1/18 ..........UTICA .................................................................. 4:00 pm 1/20 ..........at Hartwick............................................................ 7:00 pm 1/23 ..........GENESEO* .......................................................... 8:00 pm 1/24 ..........BROCKPORT*..................................................... 4:00 pm 1/27 ..........at Ithaca................................................................. 8:00 pm 1/30 ..........at Oswego*............................................................ 8:00 pm 1/31 ..........at Geneseo*........................................................... 4:00 pm 2/2 ............at Mt. St. Mary ...................................................... 7:00 pm 2/6 ............POTSDAM* ......................................................... 8:00 pm 2/7 ............PLATTSBURGH* ................................................ 4:00 pm 2/10 ..........CORTLAND* ....................................................... 8:00 pm 2/13 ..........at Buffalo State* ................................................... 8:00 pm 2/14 ..........at Fredonia* .......................................................... 4:00 pm 2/17 ..........NEW PALTZ*....................................................... 8:00 pm 2/20 ..........at Potsdam*........................................................... 8:00 pm 2/24 ..........SUNYAC Tournament Quarterfinals ......................... TBA 2/27-28 .....SUNYAC Tournament Finals at Utica ....................... TBA *SUNYAC Game

Dragon Tales, Volume 5, #1  

2003 Fall edition of Dragon Tales. Dragon Tales is published three times a year by the SUNY Oneonta athletics department.

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