Today: May 29, 2024



Athletes travel for improved chemistry

Hunter O. Lyle—Sports Editor There is no bigger factor in a team’s success than chemistry. Teams can live and die by the attitude and atmosphere in a locker room, and every coach

Club sports athletes take home honors

Matt Gad—Sports Writer At the second annual club sports awards, wich was hosted by the Office of Campus Recreation and headed by assistant director Andrew Marullo on April 23, several individuals were

Field Hockey has summer plans to go to Bermuda

Hunter O. Lyle—Sports Editor While many student-athletes across the country spend their summer soaking in the sun and relaxing during the offseason, Southern’s field hockey team is venturing to the small island

Baseball claims playoff ticket

Matt Gad—Sports Writer The Owls, who battled all season long for a 19-26 overall record—including an 8-10 divisional mark and 10-15 conference tally—have reached the postseason for the first time in three

History made by Coach Tim Shea

Matt Gad—Sports Writer With a win last week against Saint Rose, Owls head baseball coach Tim Shea reached career win number 467, passing former coach Joe Bandiera. Say what you will about

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

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
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