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.
Guard Joe Cremo drives to the basket past Stony's Brook's Kameron Mitchell during Saturday's night's game, part of the Big Purple Growl celebration. The Great Danes dropped a 72-65 decision to the visiting Seawolves.
Fans at last year's Big Purple Growl give an indication of the spirit and excitement to be had this Saturday, when the men's edition takes center court at 7 p.m. with a big conference tilt versus Stony Brook.
For the second time at the start of the America East Conference season, senior guard Imani Tate has been named AE player of the week. Imani led the Great Danes to two victories last week, averaging 26 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists and 3.5 steals.
Palissimo Aristic Director Pavel Zustiak guest teaches Kim Stauffer’s movement for actors class in the Performing Arts Center. Palissimo is in residence through Feb. 3, culminating in a performance of Bastard, a work of dance, live music and spoken word inspired by Jerzy Kosiński's novel The Painted Bird.
Men's basketball's Travis Charles instructs a young player at Thursday's 11th annual Commitment to Education Day before the women's game versus Vermont. The event drew about 1,000 local school kids who got a glimpse of the college experience and received encouragement to go on to college.
Master's candidate in applied chemistry Yasmine Ahmed, at left, and undergrad Taylor Casey take a moment to chat in Professor Igor Lednev's forensic chemistry lab. Ahmed is at work on advanced spectroscopy and Casey forensic chemistry, her major.