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Tired legs and small roster results in loss for lacrosse

Hunter O. Lyle—Sports Editor Out-manned and outgunned, the women’s lacrosse team dropped a tightly-fought, back and-forth game against the Penmen of Southern New Hampshire University, losing 20-13. Before this NE10 battle began, in the third-to-last game of the season and with the team coming off a  tough loss to the ranked top team in both Division II as well as

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Baseball pushing through season

Matt Gad—Sports Writer Going against its bitter Elm City rival in New Haven, the Southern baseball team came onto Frank Vieira Field, and junior left-handed starting pitcher Nate Carney was able to match the Chargers’ Izaiya Mestre throughout the course of the afternoon. While Carney had the Chargers in check over eight innings, the Owls only came away with one

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Lacrosse loses to nationally ranked Adelphi University

Hunter O. Lyle—Sports Editor After an underwhelming performance from the Owls, Southern’s women’s lacrosse team failed to snap their now three-game losing streak, losing to NE10 conference matchup Adelphi University 16-3. Coming into this game, the team had a tall order to fill when facing the Panthers, who rank second in the NE10 and third nationally for Division II. Senior

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Rules for overtime needs to be fixed

Matt Gad—Sports Writer There is too much confusion in collegiate overtime rules- or maybe overtime rules in general. In baseball and softball, there are extra innings so that is pretty natural, because you cannot really modify the game from any other levels except for an inning addition. For basketball, you get the standard five minute periods until the game is

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Men’s rugby has shot at winning nationals

Matt Gad—Sports Writer Bob Chester’s men’s rugby team broke off from its seven-a-side season Saturday night to host Eastern Connecticut State University for a 15-a-side friendly at Jess Dow Field. The Black Attack defeated Eastern 25-10 with five tries, which go for five points each, and no two-point after-try conversion kicks, and the Warriors of Eastern finished with two tries

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