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New hoops coach. Luke Flockerzi is Skidmore’s new men’s basketball coach. He replaces John Quattrocchi, who retired last spring. “Coach Q” led the T’breds for twenty years, guiding them to eight league tournaments. Flockerzi was assistant coach at Amherst College, which he helped take to four Division III national tournaments. A varsity player at Grinnell College, he earned a master’s in sport management at UMass-Amherst.

Field hockey. Skidmore advanced to the second round of the NCAA Division III championships. After a 2-0 first-round shutout of Alvernia College, the T’breds lost a 1-0 heartbreaker to national champion Bowdoin College. Skidmore finished the season at 14-6. Two players earned All-America honors.

Golf. Skidmore won all six of its fall tournaments and heads into spring ranked 15th nationally.

Soccer. The women returned to the Liberty League championships. They lost, 3-2 in overtime, to William Smith in the semifinals, ending their season at 11-6-2. In a season of hard-fought tie games, the men had a 5-6-6 overall and 1-1-5 conference record.

Volleyball. The T’breds racked up an impressive 30-10 record, including a 3-0 win over Hunter College in the first round of the Division III championships, before falling to number-one seed Stevens Institute. Lauren Dinsdale ’10 (above) led D-III in digs, with a single-season record of 1,118 for an average of 7.98 per game.

Tennis. In fall play the men went 4-1, while the women were 4-0 and took second in the NYSWCAA tournament. The women will start the spring ranked 30th nationally and 10th in the Northeast.

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