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After graduation, Daniel Masino ’21 will pursue his M.B.A. at the University of Rochester’s Simon Business School. A Trustee Scholar, Daniel Masino ’21 has leveraged his leadership experiences on campus into an acceptance at the University of Rochester’s Simon Business School. The economics major with a minor in entrepreneurial studies intends to pursue his M.B.A.

The Hobart College hockey team knocked off Skidmore 4-1 in an exhibition game at The Cooler this afternoon. Four different Statesmen scored a goal in victory. Sophomore Brenden Howell and first-year Artem Buzoverya shared game-high honors with two points each. Senior Phil Satin, and first-years Kevin Lassman and Matthieu Wuth also notched goals for the Statesmen. Senior Garrett McGowan and juniors Joe Halstrom and Liam Lascelle combined to make 18

The Hobart College tennis team defeated Rochester 7-2 in its season opener at the HWS Tennis Center on Sunday, March 21. The victory was the 100th career win for Statesmen Head Coach Tim Riskie. Riskie, who is now in his 10th season, is 100-69 as the head coach of the Statesmen. Hobart jumped in front thanks

Three members of the William Smith tennis team were honored with the first Liberty League tennis awards of the season following Sunday’s match with Rochester. Senior Caitlin Chichora was tabbed the Singles Performer of the Week and junior Maggie Bonomo and sophomore Audreyanna Camacho were named the Doubles Team of the Week. The Yellowjackets won five of six singles matches to

Games at Urick Stadium and matches at the HWS Tennis Center will be different this spring without the strength of the Statesmen and Heron faithful cheering their team to victory. Until spectators are allowed to return to the stands, fans can show their support for their favorite teams by purchasing a cutout to display at

The National Field Hockey Coaches Association announced today that 12 members of the William Smith College field hockey team were among the 2,050 student-athletes from more than 140 Division III teams to earn a spot on the 2020 NFHCA Division III National Academic Squad. The Herons also had a dozen players earn the honor last

The William Smith College lacrosse team moved up two spots to No. 15 in the latest Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association Poll.  In addition, the Herons are receiving votes in the Nike/US Lacrosse Magazine poll. The Herons are 0-1 after dropping their season opener to then No. 11 St. John Fisher on Saturday. A defensive

Hobart College first-year attackman Anthony Dattellas was named the Northeast Conference Rookie of the Week today. He and sophomore midfielder Adam Shea were also tabbed NEC Prime Performers for the week. Dattellas produced his first career hat trick at LIU on Saturday. He netted a pair of extra-man goals in the fourth quarter and leads the team in that

Senior attackman Ryan Archer scored a career-high four goals to lead Hobart College to a 13-9 Northeast Conference win over Mount St. Mary’s University to open the 2021 lacrosse season. The Syracuse native matched his career-high with seven points as the Statesmen rallied from a 7-5 halftime deficit on Stiles Field in the Poole Family Sports Dome.

Hobart and William Smith Colleges Associate Vice President and Director of Athletics and Recreation Deb Steward announced today that all nine of the Colleges’ spring sports will return to intercollegiate competition this season. The announcement was made in conjunction with the Liberty League, which committed to conducting a full slate of spring sports championships. “Athletics teaches many