The Twins men’s basketball team played the Schenectady County Community College Royals in mountain valley conference action Tuesday night. The Twins have lost their last three games and four of their last five.
The Twins traveled to the Albany College of Pharmacy yesterday to take on the Panthers. This is the second game of their four straight games on the road. The Twins dropped their last game to the SUNY Sullivan Generals by a wide margin.
The Twins men’s basketball team traveled to SUNY Sullivan yesterday to take on the Generals. They come into this game with a 5-1 record to start the season. Their only loss coming against Cayuga Community College.
The Twins men’s basketball team played two games this past weekend. They took on the Cayuga Community College Spartans on Saturday. The next day they looked to shake off that loss to face the Onondaga Community College Lazers.
Both the men’s and women’s basketball teams participated in the Goldberg Classic this past weekend. The Goldberg Classic is a basketball tournament hosted by Columbia-Greene Community College every year for the past 12 years. It is named after Walter and Grace Goldberg who were huge supporters of athletics at Columbia-Greene Community College.
Twins men’s basketball players Michael Alert and Daniel Folds are close to home at Columbia-Greene Community College. Alert and Folds were teammates at Hudson High School which is just ten minutes from Columbia-Greene’s campus.
The Twins home basketball tournament, the Goldberg Classic, will kick off the 2018-19 NJCAA basketball season. The Goldberg Classic will take place in the Columbia-Greene Community College gym November 2nd and 3rd.
The Mountain Valley Conference recently announced their All-Conference team for the 2018 season. Two Twins were named to the All-Conference team. One Twin was also named to the NJCAA Region III All-Region Team.
The Twins baseball team played their last home games of the season this past Saturday. They took on Hudson Valley Community College for Sophomore Day. Between games coaches, parents, and friends gathered to recognize the graduating sophomores. Lucas Foster, Joseph Tedford, Austin Haley-Berry, Hunter Goodacre, and Phillip Proper will all be walking across the stage at graduation.
As Tanisha Edge walked across the stage to receive her Athlete of the Year award at the Student Recognition Ceremony, little did she know there was another honor to be bestowed upon her unbelievable basketball season.