Kris Rhim @Legendary__Kris Springfield College women’s basketball took on MIT in Blake Arena wednesday night in the quarterfinals of the NEWMAC playoffs. The Pride come into the game at No. 4 in the NEWMAC with a conference record of 12-4. MIT came in just one place behind at fifth with a conference record of 10-6. MIT finished out its regular season on a goodnote by … Continue reading Springfield College women’s basketball falls to MIT in the NEWMAC quarterfinals, 66-55.
Sam Leventhal @Sam_Leventhal The consensus No. 1 Springfield College Pride played host to the No. 11 Vassar College Brewers on Wednesday night in Dana Gym. The matchup resulted in a 3-0 victory for the home side. Leading the Pride in the contest was senior outside hitter, Billy De La Espriella. As he watched the ball fly over the tape at the top of the net, … Continue reading Led by nine kills from Billy De La Espriella, No. 1 Springfield College mens volleyball defeats No. 11 Vassar College, 3-0.
Gage Nutter @GageNutter As the Babson crowd erupted and the final buzzer sounded in the Pride’s NEWMAC semifinal loss to the Beaver’s last season, the Pride walked off the court with their shoulders slumped and their egos bruised. Springfield had rode a wave of a season that included an unbelievable win over No. 1 Amherst College, a three-game losing streak to conference opponents in January, … Continue reading Springfield College mens basketball defeats Babson College, 77-65, to secure No.1 seed in the NEWMAC tournament
Gabby Guerard News Editor A shadow loomed up and and down the street, searching for hope. “Not many things have shaken me up or made me almost tear up, but this one definitely did it for me,” reflected Springfield College Police officer Paige Whiting. “K-A-Y-D-E-N will always stick out in my mind.” In the city of Springfield, police officers have tended to situations of nearly … Continue reading Two Springfield College students rescue young boy on King Street
Shawn McFarland Editor-in-Chief 29. Do you know what this number represents? As it turns out, quite a bit. It’s the atomic number of copper. It’s an album by Ryan Adams. It’s the number of days that February has in a leap year. It’s also the number of the school shootings the United States has seen this year alone. Mind you, we’re 45 days into the … Continue reading After 29 mass shootings in 45 days, ‘thoughts and prayers’ don’t cut it anymore