OCR Interpretation


The Press. (Cortland, N.Y.) 1972-1990, March 30, 1990, Image 20

Image and text provided by SUNY Cortland

Persistent link: http://dev.nyshistoricnewspapers.org/lccn/np00190002/1990-03-30/ed-1/seq-20/


Thumbnail for 20
State University of New York College at Cortland•March .10,1990 Cortland State senior co-captain Joey DiLaura scored the game winning goal with 3:42 left as the ninth ranked Red Dragons upset fifth-ranked Salisbury Stute I 1-10 in Salisbury, Maryland. Cortland, which scored first, tied the game three times but never led again until the final tally which capped a 3-0 Cortland fourth quarter scoring edge. Junior attack man Steve Young, \cnior middie Andy Wilks, sophomore midfielder Bob Sauro and sopho- more at tad man Todd Rerrman each tallied two goals for Cortland. Senior goalie Ray C'arnicell i made 22 saves. Coach Jerry Casciani 's Dragons are at Ithaca College on Saturday. Baseball Idle last week, head coach Tony Cirelli's squad will open the Northern portionoftheirseasonon Wednesday with a road conference doubleheader against New P4tlt1. and with a home twin bill game against Cornell Thurs- day. Softball Ranked loth in the nation, head coach Jan SchefkQwitz's Red Dragons arc idle until an April 3 conference doubleheader at Oneonta State. Women's Lacrosse The women's lacrosse team will open their season on Sunday when they host Lock. Haven University at I p.m. Men's Gymnastics The Red Dragons completed their regular season with a narrow 272.30 to270.20 loss to Michigan State University.ranked II thin Div. I. on Thurs- day in the Park Center Gymnastics Arena. The defending national cham- pion Red Dragons, who have won the national crown four of the last five years, are idle until the United State Gymnastics Federation Div. 11/111 Championships at the U.S. Air Force Academy on April 12-14. Outdoor Track Although originally scheduled to appear, the Red Dragon outdoor track teams did not complete at the Towson State Invitational last weekend but will open at eitller the West Point Invitational or the R.I.T. Invitationalthis weekend. The ruggers are back By Patrick Coyle Special to the Press The Cortland State Men's Rugby Club will open its 1990 Spring sea- son this Saturday. Cortland, the defending Upstate Champion1, will meet the University of Buffalo. Last semester, Cortland defeatedU.B. 14-11 in Buffalo. U .B. was the defending Upstate Champions at the time of the loss and are sure to try to avenge it. Cortland, as a team this semester, is faced with many tasks. Along with the problems a team faces when tryingtorepeatachampionship year, Cort- land has a major problem. With an abundance of talent, the team is forced to fit many potential A-side players into 15 A-side positions. The road to the Upstate Union Tournament on April21 and 22 is sure to be a difficult one for Cortland. However, a team with as much talent as Cortland is sure to be a top contender. Anyone interested in playing should come to practice at 4:00 Monday thru Thursday on the last field at P.E.R. No experience necessary. Game time on Saturday is at I :00 p.m. rain or shine. Attention Lacrosse Players For Sale Wooden Lacrosse Shafts Attack- $8.00 Defense- $12.00 Call Tom at 753-6137 between Spm and 1 0 pm Student Housing Clean and quite. 3 Bedroom · 5 person • 2 Bedroom - 4 person 144 and 146 Tompkins St. ~Totally furnished • Laundry in basement • Parking available • No smokers $950 per semester - double $11 00 per person - single Deposit required. Call 753-3739 Gymnastics: Doing very well By Corey Wiles Sports Editor On Wednesdayaftemoon,lhada chat with Eric Malmberg, head coach of the gymnastics squad at Cortland State. Graduating from East Strousberg in 1974, Malmberg was an assistant gymnastics coach at Army for three years. In 1977, he came to Cortland State and became the youngest head coach in the country at age twenty four. He has been here ever since. I asked Malmberg how the season has been for himself and the squad. He replied \the best ever. \There are seventeen quality gymnasts on the squad and this year the team has scored over 270. This has never hap- pened before. A 270 overall score eq u~Js out to a score of nine for eve- ryb()dythatcompeted. This year has bee!l outstanding and there are a lot of returning sophomores and juniors next year. Malmberg said that eve- ryb()dy has had a \career\ year and that it has really been fun being on top. 1'he Cortland State gymnastics program has become a dynasty. In the la..st five years, Cortland State has won Four Division II and III titles. The team's goal is to compete in the Division I regionals. \We will probably place in the 12th seed of all the programs in the country this year,\ said Malmberg. \Only the first ten seeds go to theregionals.\ But Malmberg said this will give the squad a definite goal that is reachable by next year. Cortland would be the only Division III team to compete. Malmberg said that the only changes he would make would be some of the scheduling. \Meets should not be scheduled over Spring Break,\ said Malmberg. \We don't get the crowds that support the team.\ But the gymnastics team has been getting the crowds this season and will continue in the future. When yoU're a team that is one of the best in the country, it draws attention. ' .. Rangers skate to 1st title in 48 years By Doug Friedle Staff Writer They say good things come to those who wait, for the New York Rangers the wait is over. For the frrst time in 48 years, the Rangers have c !inched the Patrick Division regu- lar season title with a win over Que- bec on Tuesday night. With this title under their belts, the Rangers both old and new have their eyes set on the playoffs. Newly acquired Bernie Nichols feels his new teammates have one of the best chances to take the Stanley Cup. In a interview given with the National, Nichols was quoted as saying \It meafls no one was better than us in the division.\ Nichols and the Rangers chances improve considering the fact that a first[>lace fmish insures them home- ice tluoughout the Patrick Division pia yt>'ff games. This could turn outto be a very important fact when you considerthe Rangers will likely face the Pittsburgh Penguins and Mario Lemieux. For those of you who don't remember, it was the Penguins who knocked the Rangers out in the first round last year. The Rangers should have few problems as they head to the play- offs with the exception of a few injuries: Cory Wilson-sprained shoulder, Mark Hardy-right ankle, Ron Greschner-fractured toe. SUNY CORTLAND STUDENT ACTMTIES BOARD presents ,.BE wit~ Special Guest SUNDAY~ APRIL 29, 1990 8:00p.m. •SUNY Cortland Alumni Arena Tickets cwailable at the following locations: Corey Union Box Office Love of Pete, Main St. All Ticketron locations Ticketron Phone Charge 1-800-382-8080 $9.50 SUNY Cortland Students/ $12.50 General Public , 'Tickets Go On Sale Monday April 2\' Don·t Miss Out!l

xml | txt