Sports

Men’s lacrosse team looks forward to future

By Fiona MacLeod – 3 weeks ago

After a historic season in 2016, the Vassar College men’s lacrosse team looks to further improve its performance this upcoming spring. Last year, the Brewers performed the best in program…

Vassar women’s tennis back(h)and better than ever

By Kelly Pushie – 3 weeks ago

The Vassar women’s tennis team is off to a strong 2-1 start as they begin their spring season. Securing wins against Muhlenberg College and RPI, the Brewers have only lost…

Squash waves goodbye to season after CSA championships

By Lindsay Wolk – 3 weeks ago

This past weekend, after competing in the College Squash Association (CSA) Championships in Lawrenceville, NJ, the women’s squash team concluded its 2016-2017 season. At the championships, the Brewers went 1-2…

Trans athletes succeed despite restrictive policies

By Mack Liederman – 3 weeks ago

On Feb. 25, a new champion of Texas girls’ high school wrestling stood on top of the highest podium. His name is Mack Beggs. Beggs is a 17-year-old transgender boy…

Sacking of Premier League manager misguided, early

By Desmond Curran – 3 weeks ago

In 2016, one of the greatest miracles in sports was achieved. And no, it wasn’t the Chicago Cubs winning the world series, the Cavaliers coming back from a 3-1 deficit…

Swim and Dive make UNYSCSAs splashes

By Fiona MacLeod – 4 weeks ago

In an intense four-day affair, both the men and women of Vassar College’s swimming and diving teams faced off against fierce competition in the Upper New York State Collegiate Swimming…

Sports relocate from North Carolina in protest of HB2

By Mack Liederman – 4 weeks ago

You see the dunks, the knock-down shooters and the stars. It’s the NBA’s most high profile and flashy weekend. What many forget, however, is what the All-Star game means to…