Thursday, May 6, 2021

Sports

Cardinals lose to Cortland in season finale

Garrett Collins The Plattsburgh Women’s lacrosse team was looking to end their rather disappointing season on a high note with a three game winning streak against number 18 SUNY Cortland April 26.  Last time they played the Red Dragons...

In the Cards: Stan stays positive amidst pandemic

By Angelica Melara With the school semester coming to a close, sports teams have had a tough time being able to train in groups and a hard time being able to hang out with one another. “ has affected me a...

Women’s soccer registers players to vote in election

By Ashley St. John With the presidential election quickly approaching, many people are registering and advocating for registration, especially for first-time voters. The SUNY Plattsburgh women’s soccer team is among those who are voicing their opinions and encouraging others to...

In the Cards: Hale adjusts to unconventional season

By Angelica Melara Sophomore hockey forward and business administration and supply chain management major Mitchell Hale was excited to start back up with practices and start hanging out with his friends/teammates more often. But just as the Men’s Ice Hockey...

In the Cards: Aislyn McDonough

By Angelica Melara At SUNY Plattsburgh, it’s not often an athlete switches the sport they play midway through college. But Aislyn McDonough is a former soccer player, who in her second year of college, found herself interested in cross country. McDonough, who...

Women’s rugby waits out COVID-19

By Channing Prins SUNY Plattsburgh’s rugby club has been put on the sidelines because of COVID-19 but is still accepting students who want to join and offering as close to a normal experience as possible. Rugby is considered a high-risk sport...

In the Cards: Porcaro embraces old routines, new regulations

By Angelica Melara SUNY Plattsburgh athletes are getting back into their old routines as sports teams start back up with practices. One of the teams that started having in-person practices this week was the women’s lacrosse team. “I’m really excited to...

In the Cards: Hoeffner pushed herself, others to succeed

By Angelica Melara The SUNY Plattsburgh nursing program is known to be one of the most time consuming majors on campus, but junior Sarah Hoeffner manages to get her schoolwork done while also being a part of the tennis team. Her...

Sports teams hold in-person practices for first time since March

By Fernando Alba Some normalcy came back to SUNY Plattsburgh’s campus with the return of in-person practices for fall sports teams Sept. 14. While holding practices may be familiar for the returning teams, the sight of them resemble nothing like what...

In the Cards: Weiner shows dedication on, off pitch

By Angelica Melara The SUNY Plattsburgh soccer team is filled with many members who are driven to win and work hard. One of the athletes that shows his dedication to the sport on and off the field is sophomore criminal...
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