Category Archives: Sports

Tears stream after Senior Night spoil

Hunter O. Lyle—Sports Editor Despite extensive efforts from the seniors throughout the entire game, the women’s lacrosse team was unable to pull out a win against Stonehill College, losing the closely fought game 15-12. In the team’s last game of the season, during the midst of a seven-game losing streak which most recently saw a loss to nationally ranked Assumption

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Student-athletes key in on giving back to the community

Matt Gad—Sports Writer Throughout the year, many student-athletes participate in community service, either on their own or with their respective teams. It is part of the push for student-athletes to not just excel in competition but also in the classroom and out in the community. On Saturday, at “The Big Event,” a campus-wide community service day where students cleaned up

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Where the NBA fails, college succeeds

Hunter O. Lyle—Sports Editor Reflecting on what I saw both on television and at Moore Field House, I have come to one final conclusion: college basketball is much more interesting and fun to watch than professional basketball, which leaves something to be desired. If the only thing you care about is electrifying highlight reels, tomahawk dunks from Lakers forward Lebron

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Bumpy road for club lacrosse leaves season limited to three games

Matt Gad—Sports Writer A losing culture with the men’s lacrosse club came to a head this spring as the team was only able to play three games and also had to deal with the starting goaltender quitting right before the season began. Sophomore, biochemistry major and club president Chanpasith Phongthachit, who was unable to play lacrosse before because there was

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