Men’s Lax Upsets No. 3 Tufts, Keeps Win Streak Alive

April 24, 2017, by Emilio Weber, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

This past Saturday, the men’s lacrosse team honored its seniors and battled No. 3 Tufts at Jackson Field. In a thrilling contest, the No. 9 Cardinals upset the defending NESCAC champions to move to 13-1 overall and 8-1 in the NESCAC. The win was also the squad’s 13th straight, breaking the program’s previous record for consecutive […]

Women’s Coxswain Antonia Bascombe ’20 Shares Thoughts on Crew

April 24, 2017, by Cormac Chester, Assistant Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

For the last two weekends, both the men’s and women’s crew teams have been hard at work on the water in Massachusetts in preparation for the season-finale rowing championships, the New England Rowing Championships and the ECAC National Invitational Rowing Championship. At a race on the Malden River in Medford, Mass., on Saturday, April 15, […]

Hot Takes with Hogan: Predicting the Landing Spots of Top NFL Draft Prospects

April 24, 2017, by Kelly Hogan, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

The NFL Draft is just two days away. Organizations have been working around the clock trying to determine which collegiate could alter the trajectory of their franchise. Before I list my draft projections, there are two things I feel certain of in this draft: First, there is a clear-cut number one choice but there is […]

Women’s Tennis Topples No. 1 Emory, Outlasts Amherst

April 24, 2017, by Grant Lounsbury, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

Over the past week, the women’s tennis team has been logging plenty of hours on the road. Playing back-to-back Saturday and Sunday matches on enemy turf with a Thursday home match squeezed in between, the Cardinals emerged from the toughest stretch of their schedule boasting a 3-2 record. Of the five matches played in a […]

Baseball’s Offense Soars Despite Uneven Results

April 20, 2017, by Andrew Fleming, Assistant Arts Editor. Leave a Comment

Baseball took a break from NESCAC play this past week to face a series of six non-conference opponents. After suffering two consecutive losses on the road against Salve Regina University and the Coast Guard Academy, the Cards went on an upswing, splitting a two-game series against Endicott College. The team proceeded to shut out Eastern […]

Men’s Lacrosse Bests Trinity, Bowdoin, Extends Win Streak to Twelve

April 20, 2017, by Emilio Weber, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

The men’s lacrosse team is in the midst of a great season, currently sitting at 12-1 overall (7-1 in conference play) and boasting a 12-game winning streak. The only blip on their record is a narrow opening day loss to No. 2 Bates. The Cards’ current win streak includes wins over No. 12 Amherst, and previously […]

Men’s Tennis Tackles Tufts and Trin, Tunes for Pivotal Middlebury Match

April 20, 2017, by Sam Prescott, Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

Just over six months ago, men’s tennis looked like a talented but directionless squad whose top-flight potential went too often unfulfilled. Steven Chen ’18, captain Mike Liu ’17, Tiago Eusebio ’18, and Joachim Samson ’18 were all upset in the early rounds of the ITA Regional Championships on Oct. 1. Captain Cam Daniels ’18 struggled […]

Softball Suffers Tough Losses Versus Amherst

April 20, 2017, by Kevin Le, Nina Premutico, Contributing Writers. Leave a Comment

Softball has battled through a rigorous season, having played 25 games so far. The team has enjoyed its start to the season, traveling down to sunny Florida for the annual spring break training trip. While down south, the Cardinals competed against tough teams such as Western Connecticut State University and University of New England. Senior […]

Battling Sweeping Winds, Golf Swept by Williams

April 17, 2017, by Jonas Powell, Photo Editor. Leave a Comment

On a hot and humid Easter Sunday, golf closed out its first match of the season against a formidable Williams squad. Though the final scorecard reflected a 620-705 victory for the Ephs (remember, dear reader, that in golf, the lower number wins), the Cardinals showed excellent potential as they readied themselves for the remaining matches […]

Women’s Lax Burns Bowdoin Polar Bears on Senior Day

April 17, 2017, by Peter Dunphy, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

The Dirty Birds of women’s lacrosse are getting dirtier by the second, continuing on their magic carpet ride of NESCAC victories with a major upset win over No. 8 Bowdoin College last Saturday. The Cardinals flew by the Polar Bears en route to a 14-7 rampage. The victory marked the first time that the team […]

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