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Makenzie Helms talks about her basketball journey

Dillon Flanigan- Sports Editor In a basketball career spanning so much adversity and uncertainty, from the Connecticut shoreline to the cornfields of Nebraska and back, Makenzie Helms, a graduate, has climbed mountains,

Opinion: Reviewing Superbowl LVIII

Solé Scott- Features Editor San Fransisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs faced off to win the prestigious trophy. This was the eighth time the 49ers advanced to the Superbowl and the Chiefs’

Women’s swim and dive win NE10 Championship

Avery Martin- Contributor The women’s swim and dive team won their fourth straigh NE10 Championship on Feb. 18.   They recorded a score of 1061.5, finishing ahead of Bentley University, which had 756.5.

Women’s lacrosse continues winning streak

Christian Mansfield- Contributor The women’s lacrosse continued their now five-game winning streak, as they defeated St. Thomas Aquinas College at Jess Dow Field 20-2.  With the win, the Owls improved to 6-2

Softball wins both games in double header

Avery Martin- Contributor Despite the rain, the Owls pulled off a win in both games of their home opening doubleheader on Wednesday, March 20.  In the first game, they swept Mercy University

Men’s track and field win NE10 Championship

Dillon Flanigan- Sports Editor The track and field team reached new heights, capturing another NE10 Championship. This conference championship will make their seventh consecutive title in a row.   The Owls have stood

Softball prepares for a new season

Dillon Flanigan- Sports Editor With an equal mix of seasoned veterans and incoming freshmen, the softball team brings a wealth of experience to the diamond this season.  “No matter if you are