Women’s Hockey Concludes Their Season With a Disappointing Finish

February 27, 2020, by Nate Schultz, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

Last weekend, the women’s ice hockey season came to an end. It was a rough year for the team, particularly in the final stretch, in which they won only one of fifteen games. All in all, the team went 7–16–1 for the season, with a conference record of 1–14–1. In their Feb. 14 matchup with Hamilton, […]

Men’s Ice Hockey Gains Momentum After Win Against Trinity, Heads Into Playoffs

February 27, 2020, by David Gottlieb, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

The men’s hockey team capped off their regular season with one win and one loss against no. 7 Trinity. On Friday night, the Cards upset the Bantams on the road by a score of 4–1. It was their second upset over a top-10 opponent in just three weeks, having beaten no. 9 Williams at home two […]

The Impossibilities of Vacating Championships: A Semi-Defense of Major League Baseball

February 24, 2020, by Drew Kushnir, Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

Given that my current extracurriculars begin and end with sports writing and mock trial, it makes sense that I’d finally take the opportunity to link them together. Last year, our neighbors to the west at Yale University put on a masterclass in the mock trial national championships, stringing together a compelling and entertaining performance that earned […]

Women’s Basketball Finishes Rocky Year With First Round Exit at NESCAC Playoffs

February 24, 2020, by Rocky D'Antonio, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

The women’s basketball team wrapped up their regular season last week. In their last two games of the season, the Cards defeated Colby then tragically lost in their final game of the season against Bowdoin. This season has been up and down for the Red and Black, and the team finished with a 3–5 record in […]

Squash Finishes Season, Bids Farewell to Departing Seniors

February 24, 2020, by John Vernaglia, Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

Note: Emma Smith ’22 is a Features Editor for the Argus.  The women’s squash team has battled all season, but this past weekend they faced their biggest test of the year: the College Squash Association (CSA) Nationals tournament. Yale University was set to host this season, which gave the Cards a slight home court advantage because they […]

NBA Playoff Preview: LeBron’s Fourth Title

February 21, 2020, by Nate Schultz, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

The NBA season is officially in its home stretch. The All-Star break is over, and while many people, myself very much included, are still frustrated about the most egregious All-Star snub of all time (Zach “13 3’s in one game” LaVine), it’s time to look to the future. This brings us to The Argus’ official […]

Men’s Basketball Bested in Playoffs But Battles in Final Matchups

February 21, 2020, by Emilio Weber, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

The men’s basketball team’s season ended this past weekend. Unfortunately, the Cardinals missed the cutoffs for the NESCAC tournament in the ever-competitive conference. Finishing in 9th place out of the 11 teams in the conference, they were only one game away from a playoff spot. On Friday, the team traveled to Waterville, Maine, for a […]

Men’s Hockey Has Mixed Weekend, Prepares for Big Matchup Against Trinity

February 21, 2020, by David Gottlieb, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

The men’s hockey season has been defined by one word: inconsistency. They have not won back to back games since Jan. 18th and 19th. Over the weekend, the trend continued when the team beat Colby on the road, but then lost to Bowdoin the next day. This erratic stretch left the Cards with a record of 7–8–1 in […]

Women’s Swim and Dive Show Solid NESCAC Performance

February 21, 2020, by Zoë Kaplan, Assistant Arts and Culture Editor. Leave a Comment

Women’s swimming and diving took eighth place in the annual NESCAC Championship last weekend, a slight drop off from their program best, sixth-place performance last season. Although the team didn’t come out on the top of the ’CAC, the day was filled with success across the (diving) board: a NESCAC title, a new varsity record, […]

History Repeats Itself: A Tirade Against The Mookie Betts Trade

February 18, 2020, by Rocky D'Antonio, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

In 1918, the Boston Red Sox won the World Series. In 1919, the team failed to repeat as champions and had a mediocre year. Before the 1920 season, the Red Sox traded away their best player because of the owner’s selfishness when it came to finances. Today, it is still condemned as one of the […]

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