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XC conquers muddy finale at NCAA Atlantic Regionals

By ZACH RIPPE – 6 years ago

courtesy of Vassar Athletics With their season coming to a close this past Saturday, both the men and wom­en’s cross country teams were eager and ready for their final race,…

Does pay follow profit in NCAA?

By ELAINA PETERKIN – 6 years ago

Should student­ athletes be paid? It should not be overlooked that many larger college athletic programs are seeing an increase in their yearly revenue. In 2010, some of the top…

Too much hype mars young college athletes

By SAMUEL HAMMER – 6 years ago

Last year’s draft class received heaps of praise for being the strongest class since 2003 when stars such as LeBron James, Chris Bosh, Dwyane Wade and Carmelo Anthony were drafted.…

Mixed bag for Brewers on tour from California to Budapest

By ERIK QUINLET AND RIPSTER THE HIPSTER – 6 years ago

Men’s Lacrosse The Brewers have been busy the past couple of weeks. On Wednesday March 4 the Brewers hosted Montclair State University in a demanding game that saw them lose…

Mad for March, fed-up with long April

By SAM HAMMER – 7 years ago

When you ask a casual sports fan whether they prefer college or professional basketball, they will likely reply that they prefer the NBA regular season, but that the NBA playoffs…

Freshman Strand makes waves on men’s swim team

By ERIK QUINSON – 7 years ago

As the men’s swimming team gears up for their season finale at the Upper New York State Collegiate Swimming Association Championship, there’s one freshman swimmer who’s been making a splash.…

College football heats up in final stretch

By ROB CARPENTER – 7 years ago

Many college football pundits had fears coming into this season, which is the first of the four-team playoff era. But after week 12’s games and with only a few match-ups…

Women’s basketball looks to build off historic season

By CLAIRE STANDAERT – 7 years ago

After hours of strenuous pre-season conditioning and training, the Vassar women’s basketball team look to set the tone for a winning season in their opener against Babson College on Nov.…

VC athletes earn All-Liberty League team recognition

By AMREEN BHASIN – 7 years ago

Women’s Soccer The Brewers did not qualify for the Liberty League Tournament this year; however, two women’s soccer players were honored by the Liberty League. Senior Chloe Wheeler earned First…

SEC dominance reveals faulty playoff format

By SAM HAMMER – 7 years ago

As November begins, it is time for college football fans to start trying to figure out which teams will be selected for the new four-team college football playoff system. Currently,…

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