GANSEVOORT, N.Y. - The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) has announced its 2016-17 Scholar-Athlete selections. This year marks the third consecutive record-breaking year for the NEAC Scholar-Athlete Awards. A staggering 806 student-athletes in the NEAC were named scholar-athletes, surpassing last year’s mark of 787 by 19.
LANCASTER, Pa. - The SUNY Poly Wildcats extended its North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) winning streak to five on Saturday with two big wins over Lancaster Bible passing the Chargers in the NEAC standings and jumping into a tie for fourth place with defending Champions Penn State Berks. The first game of the double header held some serious historical significance for Wildcat Athletics. The 13-5 win will go down in the record books as Head Coach Kevin Edick’s 300th of his career.
ROCHESTER, N.Y. - The SUNY Poly baseball team fell to Keuka in both games of their North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) opening series. The Wildcats did not have a great day on any front. The offense struggled to push across runs, their pitching staff struggled to keep runs off the board, and their fielders made a total of six errors in the two games. The final score of game one was 7-1 and the score of game two was 13-3.
ANNANDALE-ON-HUDAON, N.Y. - The SUNY Poly baseball team traveled to Bard College on Sunday to take on the Raptors in a non-conference double-header. The Wildcats lost both of the contests, the first in extra innings 7-6 and the second 13-5.
EPHRATA, PA. - After a rain soaked Friday and Saturday caused the NEAC Championship Baseball Tournament to be delayed and shortened, the Wildcats of SUNY Poly were eliminated in the semi-final game by top-seed Penn State Abington. The Wildcats battled the Nittany Lions to the end, but came up one run short of a win. The final score was 6-5.
GANSEVOORT, N.Y. – The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) has announced its 2015-16 Baseball All-Conference Team selections. SUNY Poly had two players named to the first team and one named to the second team.
ABINGTON, PA. - The SUNY Poly baseball team took to the road this past weekend for a four game NEAC weekend against Penn St. Berks and Penn St., Abington. The Wildcats Split with Berks on Saturday; losing the first game 10-2, but bouncing back in game two with an 8-3 win. On Sunday the Wildcats could not carry the momentum of Saturday’s win into the second set of games and lost both to Abington; 7-4, 15-1.
MARCY, N.Y. - The SUNY Poly Wildcats hosted their first four home games of the season this weekend against Gallaudet and Lancaster Bible. On Saturday the Wildcats emerged with two NEAC wins over Gallaudet 5-3 and 8-3. On Sunday the Wildcats split with Lancaster Bible 4-18 and 5-0.
BELLEROSE, N.Y. - The SUNY Poly baseball team took to the road for a four game road trip in the Long Island / New York City area against St. Josephs College of Brooklyn and CCNY. Unfortunately for the Wildcats the trip did not go quite as planned. The team emerged from the duo of doubleheaders 1-3, dropping one to St. Josephs on Friday and both to CCNY on Saturday.
ANNANDALE-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. - The Wildcats traveled to Bard College to take on the Raptors in their first double header up north. The Wildcat offense sputtered in the two game series scoring just one run and garnering just eight hits in 14 innings of baseball. The final scores were 4-1 in game one and 3-0 in game two.
GANSEVOORT, N.Y. – SUNY Poly's Sawyer Haney (Cooperstown, N.Y)has been named the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) Baseball Pitcher of the week for the week of February 29th - March 6th. An excerpt from the NEAC press release can be found below.
MARCY, N.Y. – The SUNY Poly Baseball Team (16-16, 11-3 NEAC) was eliminated from the NEAC Tournament on Saturday afternoon with an 8-6 loss to defending champion Penn State Berks. The Nittany Lions scored three runs in the 7th and four runs in the 8th inning to erase a 6-1 SUNY Poly advantage.
MARCY, N.Y. – The SUNY Poly Baseball Team (16-15, 11-3 NEAC) lost a close one to Penn College in the opening game of the NEAC Tournament (which SUNY Poly is hosting as the overall #1 seed in the conference), dropping the 9-inning affair by a score of 3-2.
GANSEVOORT, N.Y. – SUNY Polytechnic Institute will be the host site of the 2014-15 North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) Baseball Championships after the Wildcats clinched the top seed of the four-team, double-elimination tournament, which will be held over three days from Friday, May 8 through Sunday, May 10.
GANSEVOORT, N.Y. – Jeff Albright (New York Mills, N.Y.) has been named the NEAC Baseball Pitcher of the Week after a sensational week on the mound for the SUNY Polytechnic Institute Wildcats. The senior came up clutch in his final start of the regular season, going eight innings strong and giving up two runs (one earned) on four hits while striking out 10 batters
MARCY, N.Y. – The SUNY Polytechnic Baseball Team swept Penn College in their final NEAC regular season games of the year on a day that turned out to be crucial for the Wildcats. Trailing the NEAC leading Penn State Abington Nittany Lions by just one game in the standings heading into Sunday, SUNY Poly earned
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The Wildcats took advantage of a tough day defensively for the visiting team to win the 9-inning affair by a score of 8 to 3. Gerald Milanes and Ryan Kelly led the team with 3 hits each. Milanes added 2 runs and an RBI.
MARCY, N.Y. – Only a day removed from a crushing pair of conference losses, the SUNY Poly Baseball Team responded with a resounding sweep of the NEAC-leading Penn State Abington Nittany Lions. The Lions were previously undefeated in conference play. The sweep vaulted SUNY Poly to second place in the NEAC, now with a conference record of 5-3.
MARCY, N.Y. – The SUNY Poly Baseball Team fell to the defending NEAC Champion Penn State Berks Nittany Lions on Saturday. The visitors took the first game 11 to 3, then shutout the Wildcats 5-0 in the nightcap.
UTICA, N.Y. - The SUNY Polytechnic Baseball Team (7-9) scored three runs in the top of the ninth Wednesday night, but it wasn’t enough to defeat the Pioneers of Utica College (12-7), with the home team prevailing 9-7.