The last time I was in Plattsburgh, New York was April 2006.

On the drive North on I-87 I had an idea.: I’m going to do an informal survey with active SUNY Plattsburgh students regarding their colleges’ history.

The first day on campus at SUNY Plattsburgh I walked the breezeway that splits the Feinberg Library and the Angell College Center. Along the way, I stopped students and asked three questions:

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This fall I will release my first book, The Price of Winning.

The Price of Winning details the rise and fall of the Plattsburgh State Cardinals first-ever NCAA Division III title.

Plattsburgh, New York is a small town, located 60 miles south of the Montreal, Quebec, Canada border and 32 miles north of Burlington, Vermont. The most notable United States city near Plattsburgh is Lake Placid, New York, a modest village and the famed setting for the 1980 Winter Olympic Games where the U.S. men’s ice hockey team upset Russia to win the gold medal, better known as the “Miracle on Ice.”

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