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Hobart defeats Cortland in New York State Bowl

Hobart defeats Cortland in New York State Bowl
The Hobart College football team ended the 2019 season with a 30-10 win over SUNY Cortland in the New York State Bowl this afternoon. First-year Rayshawn Boswell was named the game’s MVP after posting 231 all purpose yards, including a 95-yard kickoff return for a touchdown. The Statesmen (9-2) never trailed in the contest, jumping out to a 10-0 lead in... more

Hobart dominates Rochester, retains Centennial Cup

Hobart dominates Rochester, retains Centennial Cup
It was a record-setting afternoon for the Hobart College football team as the Statesmen closed out the regular season with a 51-20 Liberty League win at the University of Rochester. The victory allowed Hobart to win the Centennial Cup, the annual prize for the winner of the Hobart-Rochester game, for the ninth straight season. Junior kicker Kyle Hackett led the record-breaking... more

Hobart improves to 5-1 after win over Rensselaer

Hobart improves to 5-1 after win over Rensselaer
The Hobart College football team took a 14-7 lead into halftime and scored on its first four possessions of the second half on its way to a 41-27 Liberty League victory over Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on Boswell Field this afternoon. The Statesmen improved to 5-1 overall, 1-1 in conference play, while the Engineers slipped to 4-2, 1-1. Hobart’s defense turned... more

Hobart suffers first loss of season after falling 23-7 to Union

Hobart suffers first loss of season after falling 23-7 to Union
Hobart College quarterbacks were picked off three times leading to 16 points for Union College as the Dutchmen handed the Statesmen their first loss of the season, 23-7. Hobart (4-1, 0-1 Liberty League) limited Union to a season-low 98 passing yards, but the Dutchmen gained 229 yards on the ground, including 182 yards by sophomore running back Ike Irabor. The... more

Hobart improves to 4-0 after 16-3 win over Montclair

Hobart improves to 4-0 after 16-3 win over Montclair
The nationally-ranked Hobart College football team limited Montclair State University to a single field goal on the way to a 16-3 Homecoming victory on Boswell Field at David J Urick Stadium. The Statesmen’s ball-hawking defense came up with four takeaways on the day, including a pair of interceptions by junior corner back Jared Leake, to lead Hobart to its fourth... more

Hobart takes down Morrisville, 38-24, to start season 2-0

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The Hobart College football team outscored Morrisville State College 21-3 in the second half on its way to a 38-24 victory at Drake Stadium. Senior linebacker Josh Walker led another stout performance by the defense, finishing with a team-high 11 tackles. After a back-and-forth first half, the Statesmen (2-0) went into halftime trailing 21-17, but Hobart took the opening drive... more

Hobart tabs alum to lead basketball program

Hobart tabs alum to lead basketball program
Hobart College Interim Director of Athletics Brian Miller named Stefan Thompson ’13 the head coach of the Statesmen basketball program. He will be the 20th man to lead the program since its inception in 1901. “I have always respected and admired Stef’s ability as a leader,” Miller said. “I witnessed it first-hand throughout his outstanding career as a Hobart student-athlete,... more

Late Hobart rally comes up short in NEC title game

Late Hobart rally comes up short in NEC title game
The Hobart College lacrosse team cut a three-goal deficit to one late in the Northeast Conference Championship game, but couldn’t find the equalizer before time ran out, falling to Robert Morris University 11-10 at Mount St. Mary’s Waldron Family Stadium this afternoon. The Statesmen (11-5) led 6-3 late in the third quarter, but the Colonials (9-7), who extended their winning... more

Hobart holds off Sacred Heart to return to NEC title game

Hobart holds off Sacred Heart to return to NEC title game
The Hobart College lacrosse team built a 14-8 lead through three quarters and held off a late charge by Sacred Heart University for a 14-13 win in the Northeast Conference Tournament semifinals. The Statesmen advance to the NEC Championship game for the fourth time in six seasons in the league. Hobart will face Robert Morris University in the title game... more

Hobart falls in overtime at Robert Morris; NEC Tournament next

Hobart falls in overtime at Robert Morris to close regular season
Hobart College attackmen Eric Holden and Jason Knox broke Statesmen Division I era records, but Robert Morris University used a late scoring surge to defend its home field 16-15 in overtime. Holden produced four points to raise his season total to 57, eclipsing the season record of 56 set by Mark Williamson ’04 in 2004, while Knox fired home a... more

Hobart tops Mount St. Mary’s to move into 1st in NEC

Hobart tops Mount St. Mary’s to move into 1st in NEC
The Hobart College lacrosse team earned an 11-8 Northeast Conference win over Mount St. Mary’s University on Boswell Field at Urick Stadium to move into a tie for first place in the league standings. The Statesmen improved to 10-3 overall, 4-1 in the NEC. The Mountaineers had their five-game winning streak snapped and slip to 8-6, 4-1. On Senior Day,... more

Hobart rallies past Bryant 12-11

Hobart rallies past Bryant 12-11
The Hobart College lacrosse team earned a 12-11 Northeast Conference victory over Bryant University on Boswell Field at Urick Stadium this afternoon. Junior Eric Holden scored his fourth goal of the game with under three minutes remaining to provide the margin of victory. Holden was one of three Statesmen with four points on the day. Senior Chris Aslanian produced two... more

Hobart falls in Philly, 12-11 in overtime

Hobart falls in Philly, 12-11
Hobart College junior Justin Scott became the 13th Division I Statesman to record 100 career points during this afternoon’s Northeast Conference showdown at St. Joseph’s University. The host Hawks pulled out a 12-11 win in overtime, scoring the game-tying goal with just 0.6 seconds left in regulation. Scott began the day with 98 career points. After a quiet first half... more
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