Geneseo Comes Together to Honor Student’s Memory and Rochester Lancers New Field

By: Justin Maybach @JustinMaybach24

The town of Geneseo is honoring a deceased resident. Ninth grader Claire Allen was killed while running with her friend this past September. since Claire was never able to attend prom, her parents have started an effort called Claire’s closet, where they will collect dresses for those who cannot afford one. So far they’ve collected 86 dresses and expect more to come. Anyone looking to try on dresses can stop by the Geneseo school district on saturday March seventeenth from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

As negotiations on a lease agreement ensue between the Rochester Red Wings and Monroe county, assemblyman Joe Morelle claims that the county hasn’t taken advantage of a state grant. The county says he’s wrong, but Morelle also discovered that the state issued a 1.5 million dollar grant for Frontier Field renovations in 2014 that was never claimed. The Red Wings will potentially have to play home games out of town if a deal is not made.

Lastly, the Rochester Lancers recently announced that the men’s and women’s soccer teams are planning to play home games at Capelli sport stadium this summer. Last season the teams played games at the Aquinas institute, but the school is adding a new turf field this summer, causing the Lancers to play at a new stadium.

News 4 Brockport 9/28

This week on News 4 Brockport: BSG comedy show controversy, Talon Television and The Stylus collaboration, Failed canal boat launch, Fazool’s weekend activities, Brockport football and women’s soccer highlights, Seymour Library fundraiser, Study Abroad, Weekend events, Brockport MBA program!

Talon Sportscast


In this weekly segment Johnny and Cordell update the state of Brockport athletics. Cordell also have a very interesting take on the New York Yankees incident.

News 4 Brockport 9/21/17


This week on News 4 Brockport with Terrence and Chantal: Brockport student holds hurricane benefit, drive Baby turtles in parking lot, Off Campus and Commuter Resource Fair ,Tower Fine Arts Alumni Gallery, Courage Bowl highlights, Brockport Women’s Soccer update, El Dia De Los Muertos, Brockport play: Death Trap Weekend, events on campus, Naturalization Ceremony.

SUNYAC Playoff Action Coming To Brockport

Two Golden Eagle sports teams are set to host home Playoff matches this week.

Both the Men’s Soccer and Women’s Volleyball teams will be competing in the SUNYAC playoffs.

In a rematch of last year’s SUNYAC Semifinal, the second-seeded  Golden Eagle Men’s Soccer team will play host to third-seeded SUNY Cortland on Wednesday. The Red Dragons come into this game fresh off of a 2-0 shutout victory over Buffalo State on Saturday.

The game starts at 4 p.m at Eunice Kennedy Shriver Stadium on the College at Brockport campus.

Women’s Volleyball comes into the SUNYAC’s as the number one seed after an impressive 9-0 undefeated conference record. Brockport will host the entire tournament and will play their first game on Saturday against the winner of No.4 Oneonta and No.5 Cortland who play on Friday at 7 p.m.

The championship game will be on Sunday at noon.

Tickets can be purchased here.

For more information check out the Brockport Athletic’s Twitter page as well the main Athletics page.

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