Sports

Thoughts from the Editor: An unpredictable Madness

By Mack Liederman – 5 months ago

In just three short weeks, the NBA will commence its first round of playoff basketball. The regular season has been slowly winding down, and so has fans’ interest. It is…

VC baseball players warm up under Californian sun

By Fiona MacLeod – 5 months ago

Last week, to prepare for upcoming Liberty League games, the Vassar College baseball team traveled to California for spring training. Despite going 2-5 on the West Coast, the team performed…

Why We Play – Madison Carroll

By Madison Carroll – 6 months ago

Whenever I am asked to describe myself, the first word that comes to mind is “athlete.” Though I am now a varsity college swimmer, my love of athletics began a little differently: with soccer…

Why not give Formula One a shot?

By Daniel Bonfiglio – 6 months ago

Here in the northeast United States, motorsports are not exactly a priority. Nothing could be more taboo than a gas-guzzling beast, shredding its tires as it goes around a track, polluting the…

Thoughts from Editor: The NCAA is its own greatest enemy

By Mack Liederman – 6 months ago

Weathering the midst of a grueling 2013 season, Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino decided to motivate his team with a challenge. If Louisville won the national championship, the 60-year-old would ink himself…

VC Swimming places well at championships

By Fiona Macleod – 6 months ago

After four days of the final Liberty League Championship competition hosted by Ithaca College last week, the men and women of the Vassar College swimming and diving teams have come to the end of…

Vassar athletes to lead charge into cold waters

By Sophia Tiajoloff – 6 months ago

This year marks the 20th annual Polar Plunge for Special Olympics in Fishkill, NY. For the past two years, Vassar’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) has teamed up with Bard College…