Junior Jessica Féquière battles between two defenders from reigning national champion UConn in Saturday's NCAA Women's Basketball first round game. Féquière scored 16, but the Huskies ran their historic winning streak to 108 by defeating the Great Danes at home 116-55.
Mackenzie Trpcic skies for a rebound against Maine in the America East final on Friday. The freshman hit 4 of 8 3-pointers, had a team high 6 assists, and was named All-Tournament along with tourney MVP Imani Tate (21 points) as UAlbany triumphed 66-50 and advanced to the NCAA Division I Tournament.
Senior Midfielder Sarah Martin is one of 50 women’s lacrosse players across the country to be named to the 2017 Tewaaraton Watch list. Martin set a UAlbany lacrosse record with 10 goals in the Feb. 18 match with Yale.
As UAlbany advocates for funding to renovate the Schuyler Building into the new engineering college, Interim President Stellar shares with CEAS students how engineering fits into the University’s grand plans.
The Association of Black Social Workers along with other student groups sell raffle tickets in front of the Campus Center on Wednesday to raise money to help Haiti's recovery from Hurricane Matthew. The table will be open today from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. on both Uptown and Downtown campuses.
Joe Cremo drives to the hoop during Saturday's 80-62 victory over Hartford on Senior Night at SEFCU. Cremo led all scorers with 25 as the Great Danes secured home court vs. Hartford on Wednesday to start the America East Tournament.
Imani Tate drives to the hoop in the Great Danes' 64-60 win over Maine on Saturday, "Senior Day," at the SEFCU. Tate was one of four seniors honored in a ceremony after what was probably their last home game.
Several members of the UAlbany track & field program spent Friday and Saturday at the University of Arkansas for the Tyson Invitational. One of the events featuring the Danes was the 400-meter relay, seen here.
Michael Sam answers questions from students during his lecture in the Campus Center Ballroom on Tuesday night. Sam, the first openly gay NFL player, was keynote speaker for the University’s 34th annual Sexuality Month.