Category Archives: Sports

What’s on Tap?

The QB’s Just Keep on Running Sam Tapper — Sport Writer  As football season is now in full swing at both the collegiate and professional levels, there are a million things to talk about.  Most people just want to dissect the Antonio Brown fiasco especially following his signing in New England, but I want to touch on a much broader topic: quarterbacks who run.  Historically, the rushing quarterbacks have been just that –

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Women’s soccer focuses on defense early in year

Joe Bulwidas — Contributor As the women’s soccer season begins the team has strong goals and is dedicated to winning. With the season opening game on Sept. 6 against The University of Bridgeport, the players and head coach Adam Cohen are pushing themselves towards success. Cohen has been with the Southern women’s soccer team since 2003 and has coached the

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Men’s soccer begins new season with tough draw

Joe Bulwidas — Contributor On Saturday, the men’s soccer team opened their season and faced off against out-of-conference opponent Mercy College Mavericks. The day was perfect with the beautiful sun shining on Jess Dow Field, but the weather could not carry Southern to a victory. Nor did the weather aid Mercy for a win. Instead, the two teams battled throughout

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Adaptive sports event opens new perspective

Jacob Waring — Online Editor At the Introduction to Adaptive Sports event, which was sponsored by the department of recreation, tourism, and sports management, students could be seen playing goal ball or wheelchair basketball in the Pelz Gymnasium on Thursday, Aug. 29. Goal ball had students wearing blindfolds, mimicking those who have visual impairments, passing the ball to group members

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