• NBA Season Overview

       The NBA season is now in full swing and surpassing expectations. The summer was action-packed with several big names switching jerseys. One of the biggest moves of the offseason was the Raptors trading Demar Derozan for Kawhi Leonard. Kawhi had wanted out of San Antonio for quite a while and finally got the trade he wanted, even if it wasn't the team that he preferred. Then it was Demarcus Cousins signing with the league powerhouse; the Golden State Warriors. Signing a one year deal, it appears that Cousins wants to get that one ring without having to do too much work.

  • Hockey team stands its ground in early SUNYAC matchups

    One loss in its first six games has the Brockport ice hockey crew looking like a major force to start the season. Four of those games were against SUNYAC opponents that were conference playoff contenders last year. Brockport finished the four-game conference streak at 2—1—1, landing the team in second place to begin the 2018-2019 trek. 

  • Women's basketball welcomes new additions as season nears

    After the 2017-2018 season that featured streaks of greatness and despair, The College at Brockport women's basketball team is looking to rebound and make a more consistent effort this year. 

  • Men's basketball scrapes by Medaille in home opener

    After capping off the 2017-2018 season with a semi-final appearance at the SUNYAC tournament and a D3 NCAA tournament inclusion, The College at Brockport men's basketball team kept the ball rolling with a season-opening victory over Medaille College. 

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  • Ariana Grande's rollercoaster year

    Ariana Grande has been having a tough go of things for a while. It all started in May 2017 when a bombing occurred at her concert in Manchester, United Kingdom. 22 people were killed as a result of this suicide bombing and Grande was extremely affected by the incident. According to CNN, the singer reported having Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) because of the bombing. Understandably, this event would have lasting impacts on all in attendance, including Grande.