ITHACA, N.Y. – D3football.com announced its Preseason All-Americans teams on Monday afternoon and rising junior Will Gladney of the Ithaca College football program landed on the First-Team offense. Ithaca, which is receiving votes in the D3football.com Preseason Top 25 Poll, opens its 2018 season at home on September 1 at 1 p.m. against St. Vincent.
Gladney is coming off one of the best seasons in Ithaca College history as a wide receiver, as he hauled in 72 catches for 1,0
PISCATAWAY, N.J. – Rutgers football reports to training camp on Thursday, Aug. 2, beginning four weeks of practices in preparation for the 2018 season. The Scarlet Knights will hold their first practice of the summer on Friday, Aug. 3 at the Marco Battaglia Practice Complex, the program's state-of-the-art training facility.
"I can't be more excited about the start of training camp and the opening game, where the foot hits the ball and we kick it off," said head coach Chris
MADISON, N.J. (July 30, 2018) - Current FDU-Florham football assistant coaches Jimmy Robertson and Andrew Malson have been selected to lead the men and women's golf teams beginning this fall.
"Jimmy and Andrew are valued members of the Devils Athletic Department and are well respected by the student-athletes," explained Director of Athletics Jenn Noon. The Men's and Women's Golf Programs are in great hands with the two of them at the helm. They both have the skill set to l
PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. – With opening kickoff less than a month away, Pace University Head Football Coach Andy Rondeau announced Stephen Gruber as the Setters' new Defensive Coordinator. Gruber spent the previous four seasons as the Blue and Gold's Defensive Line Coach.
"I am excited to promote Steve to his new post as defensive coordinator," said Rondeau. "Steve's positive impact has been felt on Pace Football across a number of fronts for a number of years now. He will help
Staten Island, NY - Wagner College athletic director Walt Hameline has announced the hiring of Taylor Mihok as the Seahawks' new head women's golf coach.
A native of Aledo, TX, Mihok competed on the golf team at New Mexico State University, where, as an honor roll student, he earned a bachelor degree in 2016 as a finance major.
In his final semester at New Mexico State, Mihok served as a tutor in the Aggies' athletic department where he taught concepts relative most spe
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. – Bringing an extensive and successful Division I background to campus, Laura Nardelli has been named the head men's and women's cross country coach at Union College, Director of Athletics Jim McLaughlin '93 announced this week.
"I am very excited to have Laura Nardelli as our next men's and women's cross country coach," McLaughlin said. "She brings years of successful Division I experience to our program and will be an incredible asset to our runners and
THROGGS NECK, N.Y. – Leaving a lasting legacy of success on the field, achievement in the classroom and involvement in the community, Maritime head football coach Clayton Kendrick-Holmes will be stepping down from his coaching position before the start of the 2018 season as announced by Maritime Director of Athletics Kristofer Schnatz on Wednesday.
Kendrick-Holmes will be assuming a role with the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York as the Director of Foo
POUGHKEEPSIE, New York – Four Marist football players were named Preseason All-Pioneer Football League on Monday. Fifth-year senior linebacker Willie Barrett, fifth-year free safety Wesley Beans, senior wide receiver Juston Christian, and red-shirt junior nose tackle Eddie Zinn-Turner were recognized by the league.
Marist's total of four honorees is tied for the second most in the league.
Willie Barrett In 2017, was named First Team All-PFL, PFL Defensive Player of the
By Todderick Hunt | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com Saturday, Rutgers held a summer barbecue for recruits in anticipation of a month-long dead period in August in which recruits will not be allowed to visit campus. There were a couple commitments made, progress made with others, and just an overall positive day for the Scarlet Knights. They kept the numbers down as there were approximately 50 recruits there compared to some of the program's events where they host over 100 kids. N
PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. – Former Pace University Baseball standout, Michael Gulino (Meriden, CT/Maloney)'18, has signed with the Cleburne Railroaders of the American Association of Independent Professional Baseball. Gulino, who is now the Setters' third professional player in the American Association, completed his career with the Setters this past spring. Gulino wrapped up his Pace tenure as one of the most productive players in recent program history. A three-time All-NE10 perf