Paul Cifonelli

Paul Cifonelli
Sports Editor

Time at The Stylus: One Year
Major: Journalism and Broadcasting with a minor in Math
Interests: Basketball/Baseball, cooking, and riding my bike
Personal Quote: "The pain that you've been feeling can't compare to the joy that's coming" - Romans 8:18

 

                                                                         Articles by Paul Cifonelli:  


  • Brockport's counseling department partners with Oak Orchard Health

    For most college students, there are limited opportunities to work in the field they are pursuing while still taking classes. The College at Brockport mental health counseling department has recently finished up the final details of a partnership with the Oak Orchard Child and Adolescent Mental Health Clinic. The partnership will see Brockport students working to provide mental health counseling for Oak Orchard patients.

  • NCAA paves way in allowing athletes to profit off image rights

    After pressure had been applied by state legislators from many states, the NCAA finally decided to take its own vote on whether it should be compensating its student-athletes.

  • Volleyball struggles through first two tournaments

    For a program that is accustomed to winning at an impressive rate, The College at Brockport volleyball team is facing a new challenge. Only a few players remain from the program's last SUNYAC championship team in 2017.

  • Football falls flat in season opener

    After two consecutive undefeated seasons, The College at Brockport football team had some of its flaws exposed. Brockport has been the gold standard for teams in the East region the past few seasons. With a record of 24—2 over the 2017 and 2018 seasons, a target has been placed on the backs of the Golden Eagles. Hobart College saw the target and took aim, taking advantage of every mistake Brockport made on Saturday, Sept. 7, defeating the reigning Empire 8 champions 33-7. 

  • Is the Earth really flat?

    Basketball star Kyrie Irving may be onto something after all. The Boston Celtics guard has become known for his flat Earth theory. He was questioned about it by the media and stood by his ideas.

  • Softball's struggle-filled season comes to a close

    The doubleheader against Potsdam marked the end of the season for The College at Brockport softball team. The team ended the season on a losing streak that not only crushed its postseason hopes but placed it at the bottom of the SUNYAC standings. The season did not go as planned, but there were some positives to take away from it.

  • Athletes and dancers team up for charity fundraiser

    The volume level inside the Jim and John Vlogianitis Gymnasium is always high in scale when The College at Brockport men's and women's basketball and volleyball teams play, but it does not compare to the roars produced this past Thursday, April 18. In an effort to raise money for charities people came out in droves to watch Brockport's student-athletes bust a move in the ninth annual, Dancing with the Athletes.

  • Softball looks to finish strong despite playoff knockout

    The College at Brockport softball team officially has its backs up against the wall this season. Since the slide began, the Golden Eagles have struggled in many different ways. Originally, Brockport could not get over the slew of close losses that ruined the team's start to league play.

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