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Women’s basketball moves into post-season playoffs

By TINA CASO – 8 years ago

Co-ed Squash The co-ed squash team traveled to Northampton, Mass. to compete in the Collegiate Squash Association Championship (CSA), but ultimately fell to the University of South Carolina (USC) 7-2.…

Men’s basketball defeats Liberty League opponent RPI

By AMREEN BHASIN – 8 years ago

Co-Ed Squash This weekend, the Brewers traveled to New York City in order to face both Fordham University and New York University. The Brewers first played against host Fordham University,…

Fencing builds on new talent

By JONATHAN SAFIR – 8 years ago

With a full roster but only one senior, the fencing team was quite uncertain coming into this season. Last year, the team had lost a lot of key players after…

Men’s basketball holds winning record

By TINA CASO – 8 years ago

After enjoying a strong winning streak to start off the season and a shortened winter break, the men’s basketball team was back in action on December 30. Over break, the…

Women’s rugby to compete in Final Four

By CHRIS BROWN – 9 years ago

After suffering a hard loss against Marist College 0-53 early in the semester, the women’s rugby team at Vassar College sought to fight back and perform well in the season.…

Matsuoka earns place in Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame

By JONATHAN SAFIR – 9 years ago

Two matches into the season, the women’s basketball team stands undefeated. Senior co-captain Cydni Matsuoka has played a large role in the team’s success for three years. Both Women’s Division…

Eisner embraces campus atmosphere, rigid academics

By AMREEN BHASIN – 9 years ago

The 2013-2014 men’s basketball team has started off a successful season. They’ve gone 3-1 so far, with their only loss 62-65, coming in a hard fought battle against a strong…

Death threats mar legendary rivalry matches

By CLYFF YOUNG – 9 years ago

Rivalry Week in college football: it is probably the most exciting week of the season, excluding some bowl games and the national championship game. In fact, Rivalry Week often produces…

Draft rules hurt NCAA program stability

By ZACH RIPPE – 9 years ago

This year’s NCAA Division I Men’s College Basketball class is looking to be one of the most exciting in recent history. With players like Jabari Parker, Andrew Wiggins and Julius…