Sports

Why we play – Zamir Birnbach, tennis

By Zamir Birnbach – 5 months ago

Bounce  the ball  three times,  pause and breathe. I need this point. I’m getting this point. My left arm shoots up, launching the ball above my head as my hips…

Baseball splits matches in non-conference play

By Kelly Pushie – 5 months ago

The Vassar baseball team took on two opponents in back-to-back double headers this past weekend. The Brewers hit the road to compete with Moravian College on Saturday, April 21, and…

Track & Field breaks records at sole home meet of season

By Fiona MacLeod – 5 months ago

On Saturday, April 21, Vassar Track & Field honored its graduating seniors at the beginning of the Vassar Invitational. The men’s and women’s teams recognized six members each for their…

The culture of courtside

By Mack Liederman – 5 months ago

In the NBA playoffs, all of the stars come out. LeBron James is turning up the intensity in an attempt to single-handedly will his lethargic team past the scrappy Indiana…

Show us the money! NBA season lacks incentives

By Jonathan Levi-Minzi – 5 months ago

April couldn’t come soon enough for basketball fans, who rejoice when the calendar flips into the heart of spring. No further need for argument over whether this matchup or that…

Don’t hate the tank

By Mack Liederman – 5 months ago

Ah, playoff time, what a wonderful time of the year! With a surprisingly competitive first round beginning to percolate, there has been an endless barrage of overwrought analysis and matchup…

Lax lacks decisive final push

By Fiona MacLeod – 5 months ago

In a turnaround from last year’s senior day, which featured 10 graduating players, this year’s ceremony on Saturday, April 14, honored sole senior captain Alex Georgalas. Fighting against Clarkson University…