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Hancock’s 6 points lead Hobart to win over Canisius

Hobart College sophomore Bryan Hancock’s career-high six points on four goals and two assists led the Statesmen lacrosse team to an 18-11 win over Canisius this afternoon at the Pinnacle Athletic Campus. Hobart improves to 3-4 this season, while the Golden Griffins fall to 2-3. Senior Max Romm added four goals for Hobart. Senior Frank Brown produced four points on... more

Bennett, Collins join football staff at Hobart

Bennett, Collins join football staff at Hobart
Hobart College Head Football Coach Mike Cragg recently announced two additions to his coaching staff. Former Statesman Walt Bennett '05 returns to coach the defensive ends while Geneva native Tyrone Collins will coach the receivers. Cragg also announced that Kelvin Cruz '12, an offensive assistant coach last season, will coach the tight ends this season. Read more from HWS Athletics more

Hobart Statesmen clip Brockport 41-35 in opener

Hobart College junior quarterback Shane Sweeney was 31-of-45 passing for 419 yards and four touchdowns while leading the Statesmen to a 41-35 season-opening victory at the College at Brockport this afternoon. He tied the Hobart game record for completions and compiled the third most passing yards in a game by a Statesman. Hobart rallied from a 35-28 deficit midway through... more

Geneva grad Shane Sweeney snags Liberty League award

Hobart College junior quarterback Shane Sweeney was named the Liberty League Football Offensive Performer of the Week by the conference office today. Sweeney was 31-of-45 passing for a career-high 420 yards and four touchdowns in Hobart’s 41-35 season-opening win at Brockport. His 31 completions tied the Hobart single game record (Shawn Mizro ’07 had 31 at Union on Nov. 5,... more

Syracuse & Hobart battle for Kraus-Simmons Trophy tonight in Geneva

This will be the 103rd meeting between the two programs, with Syracuse controlling a 74-26-2 record all-time against Hobart. The Orange have won three games in a row against the Statesmen, and are 16-2 in the series history under head coach John Desko (since 1999). The two teams first met on April 29, 1916, in what was the first lacrosse... more

Syracuse tops Hobart to retain Kraus-Simmons Trophy (full coverage)

The streak of one-goal games came to an end on Wednesday, but the result was still in the Orange’s favor. The No. 2 Syracuse ­men’s lacrosse team (8-1, 3-0 ACC) maintained ownership of the Kraus-Simmons Trophy with a 17-11 victory over Hobart (4-6) on Wednesday night at Boswell Field in Geneva. Cuse.com:  Read More HIGHLIGHTS: POST GAME INTERVIEWS: MORE POSTGAME... more

Brown reaches century mark, nets OT winner for Hobart in Philly

Hobart College senior attackman Frank Brown scored the game-winning goal 18 seconds into overtime to give the Statesmen an 8-7 Northeast Conference victory at Saint Joseph’s University this afternoon. It was his second goal of the game and 100th point of his career. Hobart (5-6, 2-1) won just six of the day’s 18 faceoffs, but junior J Andrew Spallanzani scooped... more

Defense keys Hobart’s NEC win over Bryant

The defense keyed the Hobart College lacrosse team’s 13-6 Northeast Conference win over Bryant University at Boswell Field today. The Statesmen carried a shutout into the final two minutes of the first half and finished the game with a season-high matching 10 caused turnovers. Senior goalie Jackson Brown made 11 saves to earn the win. Junior long-stick midfielder Christopher Willman... more

Brown’s big day boosts Hobart into 1st place tie

Senior attackman Frank Brown enjoyed a record-matching day on Senior Day at Boswell Field, leading the Hobart College lacrosse team to a 15-8 Northeast Conference victory over Mount St. Mary’s University. He tied the program’s Division I record for goals in a game, scoring six times and adding two assists for a career-high eight points. With today’s results, the NEC... more

Former Hobart star Marpet moving to center for Bucs

Former star offensive lineman for Hobart College in Geneva, Ali Marpet, is moving to center for the Buccaneers this season. Marpet was the highest drafted Division III player in NFL history. Tampa Bay selected him in the second round of the 2015 draft. Six-foot-four-inch 300 pound lineman from downstate played left tackle at Hobart and right guard for the Bucs... more

Hobart advances to NEC title game with win over Sacred Heart

A fast start on offense and a stout defensive performance propelled the Hobart College lacrosse team to a 15-9 victory over Sacred Heart University in the Northeast Conference semifinals on Boswell Field today. The Statesmen posted their fifth straight win to improve to 9-6 on the year while the Pioneers slip to 9-6. Sophomore attackman Chris Aslanian led the Statesmen... more
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