SUNY Potsdam’s 19 intercollegiate athletic teams represent the maroon and gray for the Potsdam Bears.
Making us #PotsdamProud
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As charter members of the Division III SUNYAC conference, the SUNY Potsdam Bears have a long history of competition. Our current intercollegiate teams include:
- Basketball: Men’s & Women’s Teams
- Cross Country: Men’s & Women’s Teams
- Ice Hockey: Men’s & Women’s Teams
- Lacrosse: Men’s & Women’s Teams
- Soccer: Men’s & Women’s Teams
- Softball: Women’s Team
- Swimming & Diving: Men’s & Women’s Teams
- Indoor Track: Men’s & Women’s Teams
- Outdoor Track: Men’s & Women’s Teams
- Volleyball: Men's & Women’s Teams
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Adversity Yields Opportunity
After sustaining a season-ending ankle injury his sophomore year, followed by a concussion his junior year, Adam Kelley ’20 was told that he could no longer play competitive soccer. Despite the devastating news, his connection with soccer remained strong, and he remained on the sidelines to coach his peers. Now two years after graduation, he’s working as an assistant soccer coach at Clarkson University, and continuing to build on his years of experience as an athlete and leader on the field.
Day in the Life of a Student Athlete
Experience a day in the life of Kiernan Morgan '22, A criminal justice major with a minor in business administration, and an athlete on the men’s volleyball team.
Jeffrey Schulz '20
Jeffrey Schulz '20, who is majoring in biology with a minor in chemistry, keeps very busy balancing his academic life with a leadership role on the men’s soccer team. He has been on the SUNYAC Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll and President's list three times and was awarded Coaches' MVP and Players' Player of the Year. Join us for a look back at a day in the life of Schulz.
Brooke Falsion ’19
Brooke Falsion ’19 is a record setter. During her time at SUNY Potsdam, she became the first All-American in the history of the SUNY Potsdam women’s soccer program. She was also the SUNYAC Offensive Player of the Year during her senior year, while setting several new SUNY Potsdam women’s soccer records, including being the all-time leading scorer with 46 career goals. Academically, she was just as impressive—recently graduating summa cum laude with a degree in exercise science.