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Women’s Soccer Season in Review

Women’s Soccer Season in Review

Logan Sundberg, Staff Writer April 30, 2021

The Colgate Women’s Soccer Team ended their record season with their first Patriot League Championship appearance since 2014. Finishing up the regular season with a 3-3-1 record and a win against Boston...

Entering the Baseball Twilight Zone: The Yankees are Becoming the Mets

Aaron Notis, Assistant Sport Editor April 30, 2021

The New York Yankees are one of the most storied franchises in all of sports. With 27 world championships and a seemingly limitless bank account, the Yankees were historically dubbed the “evil empire.”...

F**k the Super League, All My Homies Hate The Super League

Hunter Firment, Assistant Sports Editor April 30, 2021

Picture a cold, rainy night at Stoke. The men from Staffordshire have just been promoted to England’s top-flight and their fanbase is rocking in the grandstands. You can hear the lads and lasses in the...

Women's Tennis Ready for Patriot League Championship

Women’s Tennis Ready for Patriot League Championship

Liv Fitzgerald, Staff Writer April 23, 2021

Colgate Women’s Tennis is having a respectable season, currently holding a 3-4 record. The team only had the opportunity to play eight teams this season, as opposed to the 20 matches that they usually...

Looking Back at Colgate Volleyball’s Record Season

Looking Back at Colgate Volleyball’s Record Season

Logan Sundberg, Staff Writer April 16, 2021

The Colgate Volleyball team ended their record season with their first Patriot League Championship appearance since 2016. Finishing up the regular season with a record of 7-1, they entered the tournament...

Jack Ferguson Will Be Back for Colgate Men’s Basketball

Hunter Firment, Assistant Sports Editor April 16, 2021

Coming off of a monster senior season for Colgate Men’s Basketball, in which he averaged over 12 points and just shy of five rebounds per game, Jack Ferguson is returning to Colgate for the 2021-22 season....

Spring Sport Senior Spotlights

Spring Sport Senior Spotlights

Liv Fitzgerald, Staff Writer April 16, 2021

The Class of 2021 spring athletes are wrapping up their final collegiate seasons in just a few weeks. It’s safe to say that this year’s seasons were not what Colgate athletes expected them to be. Although...

Swim and Dive Teams Prepare to Close Out Unusual Season

Swim and Dive Teams Prepare to Close Out Unusual Season

Jack Schoen, Staff Writer April 16, 2021

The Colgate Raiders Swim and Dive team, like every other athletics program, has had to adapt to new challenges and setbacks because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, their season will not conclude...

Gonzaga: The Team That Could Have Been

Cam Cobey, Staff Writer April 16, 2021

31-1. That’s how the Gonzaga Bulldogs ended their season on Monday, April 5. One win away from a perfect season, a coveted and undefeated 32-0. In what could have been one of the best teams and team...

Student Athletes Give Insight Into Sports Without Fans

Student Athletes Give Insight Into Sports Without Fans

Logan Sundberg, Contributing Writer April 9, 2021

As Colgate's Division I athletic teams have returned to competition this semester, all teams, regardless of if they are traditionally spring sports, have had opportunities to compete. However, the effects...

Previewing the NHL Trade Deadline

Aaron Silverstein, Sports Editor April 9, 2021

The National Hockey League’s (NHL) trade deadline is April 12, and teams across the league are looking to make savvy moves that will either bolster their current rosters  or revamp their teams for the...

Superteams in the NBA: Good or Bad?

Hunter Firment, Assistant Sports Editor April 9, 2021

With the recent acquisitions of big men Blake Griffin from the Detroit Pistons and LaMarcus Aldridge through a buyout with the San Antonio Spurs, the Brooklyn Nets now have a combined 41 All-Star Game...

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