Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Sports

Defender Rattray reflects on time at PSUC

For Madeleine Rattray, a senior on the Plattsburgh State women’s soccer team, playing soccer and applying a tenacious work ethic on and off the pitch has allowed her to chase her dreams and know anything is possible. Rattray came to...

Men’s soccer team starts off to best start since 2012

Normally when the city of Plattsburgh is brought up in conversation, people immediately think of the cold conditions. Despite this common assumption, the Plattsburgh State men’s soccer team has managed to stay hot throughout its first few weeks of play...

PSUC tennis looking to start winning streak

The Plattsburgh State women’s tennis team’s game at Castleton University last week was postponed due to weather. Focusing its attention on the next game, PSUC snapped their three game losing streak defeating Johnson State College 8-1. The Cardinals won all...

Back to back wins push team

After capturing a victory in Elmira that completed a five-game road stint to begin the season, the Plattsburgh State women’s soccer team returned to its home pitch Wednesday and didn’t disappoint. The Cardinals (3-2-1, 0-0-0 SUNYAC) defeated Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute...

Cards prepare for longer races

Three races into the season, the Plattsburgh State cross­ country team will now face the first of many tests. The Cardinals next meet will be a transition for both the men’s and women’s team as they will jump to...

Youth helping change program culture

Only eight games into their 2015 season, the Plattsburgh State women’s volleyball team is only one win away from matching last year’s total of six wins. The Cardinals have won four of their last five matches, two of which...

Kenzy Shetta brings world knowledge to PSUC

The bond between a mother and daughter is almost like looking at a reflection of oneself. For Kenzy Shetta, her mom is basically Shetta herself. “We both like to be in control, but she always wins because that’s my mom.” The tennis...

Delavalle makes impact in short time at PSUC

Since transferring to Plattsburgh State, it has not taken Max Delavalle long to make an impact. Before the preseason, not many players on the team were familiar with this new face. Most of them had the same question on their...

Men’s soccer dominating

The Plattsburgh State Cardinals continue to roll after picking up two wins at the SUNY Potsdam College Cup this past weekend. Their ability to fine tune the little aspects of the game have proven to be helpful. Prior to...

Dominant defense fuels PSUC

With high expectations set for 2015, the Plattsburgh State women’s soccer team started their season playing four games in nine days, and the Cardinals captured one victory and a draw. The Cardinals (1-2-1, 0-0-0 SUNYAC) opened their season in New...
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