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Men's Lacrosse Conference Tournament
The Hamilton College men's lacrosse team hosts conference rival St. Lawrence in its first ever conference tournament game on Friday, May 2 at 5 p.m. on the turf field. The Continentals go in to today's game ranked #14 in the country (12-2, 5-1) and St. Lawrence is close behind at #16 (11-2, 4-2). More ...
Men's Basketball C.J. Cantil Featured in Utica Observer-Dispatch
Hamilton basketball forward C. J. Cantil '04 was featured in a Utica Observer-Dispatch article (March 13, 2003) about the Continentals' quest for the NCAA Division III title. Hamilton will face the Williams College Ephs on Friday, March 14, in a third-round game at Williams. More ...
Hamilton Alumni Hockey Weekend Feb. 21-23
An event-filled weekend celebrating the tradition of ice hockey at Hamilton will be held Feb. 21-23 on the Hill. Activities will include men's varsity games against Colby and Bowdoin and an Alumni Hockey Game. A highlight of the weekend will be the retirement of former Continental goaltender Guy Hebert's jersey. A 1989 graduate, Hebert went on to become the Anaheim Mighty Ducks' first overall pick in the 1993 expansion draft. He is the franchise's leader in games, wins, starts, minutes, saves and shutouts. Hebert is currently the Mighty Ducks Alumni Association director. For information on attending the Alumni Hockey Weekend, contact Jay Bonham, associate director of annual giving, at (866) 729-0315, or jbonham@hamilton.edu. More ...
Basketball Team's Joe Finley Featured in Utica Observer-Dispatch
Men's basketball center Joe Finley was featured in a Utica Observer Dispatch article (12/13), titled "Hard Work Pays Off." In the article, Coach Tom Murphy describes Finley as "one of the hardest working kids we've had...He's made himself into a player." Finley, an economics major, is leading the Continentals in points this season, with 19.8 per game, plus 11.8 rebounds a game. More ...
Hamilton Students Run Philadelphia Marathon
Three Hamilton College students ran the 9th Citizen's Bank Philadelphia Marathon on Sunday, Nov. 24. In a 26.2 mile race with 4,724 competitors, the three students finished in the top 3 percent of this world-class marathon. This top finish qualified the students to run the prestigious Boston Marathon. Chris Dunn '05, 2:53.21 - 6:38 mile pace - 98th overall, Runner-up in the 19 and under age-group Paul Jones '03, 2:56.53 - 6:44 mile pace - 127th overall, 25th in the 20-24 age-group Andrew Matlack '03, 2:56.40 - 6:44 mile pace - 124th overall, 23rd in the 20-24 age-group More ...
Three Hamilton Soccer Players Earn UCAA Honors
Three Hamilton College soccer players earned honors as UCAA Players of the Week for the week ending Nov. 2. Roxanne Hoek '03, a back on the women's team was named UCAA Women's Player of the Week. She had a goal and an assist in Hamilton's win over Manhattanville last week. Anthony Tripicchio, freshman goalkeeper on the men's soccer team was selected as the UCAA Co-Rookie of the Week. He had six saves in Hamilton's win over SUNY Geneseo last week. Senior Schuyler Gellatly was named Men's Player of the Week. He scored both Hamilton goals in the game against SUNY Geneseo. More ...
Viscomi Receives NCAA Grant
Associate Professor of Physical Education Sue Viscomi received a $5,000 NCAA Division III Initiative Grant (the maximum award) in the category of student-athlete welfare. Her proposal was titled "The Nutrition and Performance Connection." Viscomi is the senior woman administrator for Hamilton College's athletics department. More ...
President Tobin Letter to Editor Published in USA Today
A letter to the editor by Hamilton College President Eugene M. Tobin concerning the length of college sports seasons, was published in USA Today on Thursday, Sept. 5. Tobin wrote the letter in response to an Aug. 30 editorial, "Longer college sports seasons hinder progress off the field." Tobin noted in his letter that New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) football teams won't play their first games until Sept. 21, "part of a conference philosophy that says students are students first and athletes second." He noted that nine NESCAC teams finished among the top 100 in the Sears Cup 2002 standings for overall athletic excellence, and three teams were among the top 10. More ...
Simon Interviewed By Oakland Tribune
Professor of Philosophy Bob Simon was interviewed for an Oakland Tribune article Aug. 9, 2002 about ethics and morality in sports, particularly baseball. Simon is the author of Fair Play (Westview Press), a book about sports and social values. In the Tribune article, Simon noted, "Baseball, historically in America, has represented kind of an ideal. Baseball meant coming through in the clutch, showing courage, making smart plays." "We trade on that underlying morality, and the steroid issue undermines that. Maybe baseball properly should be held to a higher standard." More ...
Tom Murphy Hosts Continental Basketball Day Camp
Over the previous two weeks the Margaret Bundy Scott Field House was the home to almost 200 boys for the annual Continental Basketball Day Camp at Hamilton College. Head men’s basketball coach Tom Murphy is the camp director and was joined by assistant coaches at Hamilton College, Stan Evans, Randie Torgalski. The one-week session for boys entering grades 5-8 ends August 2, with a one-week camp for boys entering grades 9-12 began Monday, August 5. The campers worked on individual skills and station drills in the mornings, play full games, attend lectures and swim in the afternoons. More ...
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