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Memorable Men’s Basketball Season Ends With NCAA Tournament Lossnext
The Medaille College Mavericks men’s basketball team saw its magical 2016-17 season come to an end on March 3 with a first-round loss in the NCAA Tournament. The Mavericks fell on the road to the Susquehanna River Hawks, 89-82.
Coach Mike Blaine’s team was led by Mike Hollenbeck (34 points), Meghale Ford (19 points) and Johnathan Belton (17 points). Belton ends his Medaille career having scored 1,104 points, and as the program’s all-time leader in steals with 187.
The Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference (AMCC) Championship-winning Mavericks finished up the season with a 21-7 record overall, and boast three All-Conference selections, the AMCC Coach of the Year (Blaine), as well as the AMCC Defensive Player and Player of the Year (Belton). The entire Medaille community congratulates coach Blaine and his team on a #freakinAMAZING season!
An article co-written by Medaille College professor Dr. Keith Klostermann has been accepted for publication in the ARC Journal of Addiction.
Medaille assistant professor Dr. Jennifer Reichenberg has been selected by the Reading Hall of Fame to receive an Emerging Scholars Fellowship.
Medaille College is one of seven New York State colleges or universities to receive grant money to offer courses to offenders in state correctional facilities.
A digital story by Medaille professor Dr. Alan Bigelow recently won the 2017 Robert Coover Award for a Work of Electronic Literature.
College faculty and staff worked together to make a difference in the community at the first Medaille Day of Service on August 4.