Making the Cut

Tirzah McMillan Staff Writier This past weekend at Ithaca College, senior Christine Shea swam a 1:05.65 in the 100 breastroke putting her .3 seconds away from a national cut and a 2:23.02 in the 200 putting another national cut within .7 seconds of her reach. If she continues at this pace she could make strides in the NEWMAC conference and possibly compete against some of … Continue reading Making the Cut

Deonte Sandifer: Walking on when called upon

Gage Nutter @GageNutter After making his first free throw, Brandon Eckles missed his second attempt with 10:33 left in the second half of Springfield’s game against Amherst College on Tuesday. As the ball bounced off the left side of the rim, Deonte Sandifer leaped into the air and corralled an important offensive rebound. “He’s six feet tall but he’s playing like he is seven feet … Continue reading Deonte Sandifer: Walking on when called upon

Springfield College men’s ice hockey survives a late push by MIT in 5-4 victory

Christian Ginisi @Ginisi_3 After a crisp pass by Pride senior Charlie Murphy up the middle of the ice, Liam Whitman moved the puck behind a pair of MIT defenders and sizzled it to the back of the net to putt Springfield College up 3-2 in the middle of the second. The Pride got off to a fast start Friday night when seniors Jason Sloat and … Continue reading Springfield College men’s ice hockey survives a late push by MIT in 5-4 victory

A second half push puts Trinity over Springfield College men’s basketball, 72-54

Gage Nutter @GageNutter The Pride have found success so far this season by doing a good job of protecting the paint on defense, attacking the paint effectively on offense, and winning the rebounding battle. The team was not able to do any of those three things against Trinity. Springfield men’s basketball suffered its first loss of the season at the hands of Trinity Thursday night … Continue reading A second half push puts Trinity over Springfield College men’s basketball, 72-54

Springfield College women’s basketball dominates Mount Holyoke on Wednesday, 88-27

Kristian Rhim @Legendary__Kris Springfield College women’s basketball took on the struggling Mount Holyoke Lyons (0-6) late Tuesday night in Blake arena. The Pride came into the game with a lot of momentum after beating Wellesley 51-29, marking Head Coach Naomi Graves’ 400th win at Springfield. Springfield cruised to an 88-27 win over the Lyons to move to 5-2 on the season. The women were led … Continue reading Springfield College women’s basketball dominates Mount Holyoke on Wednesday, 88-27