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Women's Basketball Looking to Overcome COVID-19 Obstacles

Women’s Basketball Looking to Overcome COVID-19 Obstacles

Jack Schoen, Staff Writer February 12, 2021

COVID-19 has led the Colgate Women’s Basketball team to deal with a modified schedule, constant postponements and a slew of other complications that have seriously impacted their play on the court. This...

Men's Ice Hockey Building Unity and Momentum

Men’s Ice Hockey Building Unity and Momentum

Liv Fitzgerald, Staff Writer February 12, 2021

Colgate Men’s Ice Hockey is finding their groove in the second half of their season after winning three out of their past five games, now holding a 5-6-4 record. In the past week, the Raiders have faced...

Women's Ice Hockey Works to Keep Momentum Going

Women’s Ice Hockey Works to Keep Momentum Going

Olivia Fitzgerald, Contributing Writer February 2, 2021

Colgate Women’s Ice Hockey is off to a strong start this season with a record of 10-2-1 overall. The group kicked off the season on Nov. 20 with an exhilarating 3-2 overtime win against Syracuse, followed...

Tom Brady’s 10th Super Bowl Appearance: From a Pats Fan

Tom Brady’s 10th Super Bowl Appearance: From a Pats Fan

Cam Cobey, Staff Writer February 2, 2021

Tom Brady is headed to the Super Bowl. Is The Colgate Maroon-News reprinting articles from 2018? 2004 perhaps? Is this what they call déjà vu? Nope. It’s 2021, and Tom Brady is heading back to the...

Blockbuster Trade Takes Early NHL Headlines

Blockbuster Trade Takes Early NHL Headlines

Aaron Silverstein, Sports Editor February 2, 2021

So far, in the early stages of the abbreviated National Hockey League (NHL) season, there has been a lot to be excited about. For one, hockey is back for the entire league, with several franchises who...

The Most Tedious Postseason: How the MLB is Losing Fans in the Off-Season

The Most Tedious Postseason: How the MLB is Losing Fans in the Off-Season

Aaron Notis, Sports Editor February 2, 2021

Major League Baseball (MLB) free agency started on Nov. 1, 2020 and no one has made a move. While the National Basketball Association (NBA) is taking advantage of its offseason in order to excite fans,...

Trouble for the ‘Blue Blood’ Programs in College Basketball

Trouble for the ‘Blue Blood’ Programs in College Basketball

Hunter Firment, Sports Editor February 2, 2021

Coming into each year’s exhilarating NCAA basketball season, there are three main assumptions that college basketball fans everywhere tend to make: that March Madness will be pure pandemonium, that conference...

Why Kansas City Has a Slight Edge for Super Bowl LV

Why Kansas City Has a Slight Edge for Super Bowl LV

Greta Ferdinand, Contributing Writer February 2, 2021

This upcoming Sunday, we get to see what ESPN anchor Mike Greenberg considers the greatest quarterback matchup in Super Bowl history. Statistical analysis aside, both Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes have...

The Champions League Reveals the Field for the Round of 16

The Champions League Reveals the Field for the Round of 16

Hunter Firment, Assistant Sports Editor February 2, 2021

A select few songs give me the chills like Tony Britten’s “Champions League,” anthem can. The song is a masterclass and I had to mention it before I got into Monday’s draw. Anyways, early on the...

Too Early Reactions from the 2020 NBA Offseason

Too Early Reactions from the 2020 NBA Offseason

T Brewer, Contributing Writer February 2, 2021

Although the 2020 National Basketball Association (NBA) season did not end until November, cutting the off-season to a mere two months, plenty of headlines still emerged across the league. Teams looked...

Fast Start to Unusual Season for Men's Basketball

Fast Start to Unusual Season for Men’s Basketball

Jack Schoen, Contributing Writer February 1, 2021

The Men’s Basketball Team has gotten off to a hot start. With a 7-1 record after two wins against Holy Cross over the weekend, the Raiders have positioned themselves near the top of the Patriot League,...

A Tribute to Paul Thomas Scull Jr.

A Tribute to Paul Thomas Scull Jr.

Zach Schiller, Sports Editor December 18, 2020

Paul Thomas “Tom” Scull Jr. passed away at the age of eighty this past Nov. 13, fittingly on Colgate Day for one of the most passionate Raiders fans. Born and raised in Glens Falls, New York, Tom was...

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