• Wrestling finishes with 30th consecutive winning season

    As the spring semester is underway at The College at Brockport, the regular season for the Golden Eagles wrestling team is coming to an end. The squad finished up its regular season with a dominating 37-9 win over the Pennsylvania College of Technology Wildcats.

  • Men's hockey recovers after Oswego slip-up

    This past weekend the College at Brockport men's ice hockey team faced off against two teams of extremely different calibers. Despite the imperfect results, the team put up valiant efforts in both contests.

  • Men's basketball playoff berth in reach

    Another weekend of basketball, another weekend of falling in the last play. The College at Brockport men's basketball team saw its fate repeat itself after a loss in the dying seconds of the contest. 

  • Gymnastics splits weekend meet at Cornell

    Despite being the most victorious team at the college and maintaining a nationally-ranked third place form, The College at Brockport gymnastics team has simply not been phased by the pressure. Across the entire duration of the 2019 season, the team has only impressed and remained the powerhouse that it is known to be. 

  • Women's basketball looks for a season rebound

    Stuck in a tight race for the final spots in the SUNYAC tournament, The College at Brockport women's basketball team has stayed present this season despite sporting the youngest roster in the league. Entering this past Saturday's game at Geneseo with a league record of 6—8, every game left in the regular season holds immense importance.

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  • Wrestling finishes with 30th consecutive winning season

    As the spring semester is underway at The College at Brockport, the regular season for the Golden Eagles wrestling team is coming to an end. The squad finished up its regular season with a dominating 37-9 win over the Pennsylvania College of Technology Wildcats.

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  • Youtuber Austin Jones pleads guilty to child pornography

    In the age of the internet, one of the biggest ways of someone getting their content out to the public is through the video sharing website called YouTube. From critiquing the biggest blockbusters to even having scripted television shows, YouTube has become a big part for many as they start their careers. Unfortunately just like another industry however, there are some with a dark record. One of those being popular "youtuber" Austin Jones who pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography and is facing up to 20 years in prison after the Illinois born singer had pressured multiple underage girls to send him sexually explicit videos to him.