Heart of a Husker: Bianca Raniolo of Springfield College women’s lacrosse finds home at Springfield College

By Vin Gallo @VinGallo731 There is a town an hour north of the hustle and bustle of New York City, tucked away in the rolling hills and vast farmland of Westchester County, where lacrosse is king. It is a location that is considered a Mecca for one of the oldest sports in history. It is … Continue reading Heart of a Husker: Bianca Raniolo of Springfield College women’s lacrosse finds home at Springfield College

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Men’s and women’s gymnastics host annual “Tumble for Teal” meet in Blake Arena

Shawn McFarland Co-Editor-In-Chief For members of the Springfield College gymnastics program, every meet carries a certain level of importance. Whether it’s looking to set a new personal record, attempting to qualify for postseason play or just to earn the Pride a win, there’s something on the minds of the gymnasts every time they take to … Continue reading Men’s and women’s gymnastics host annual “Tumble for Teal” meet in Blake Arena

Springfield College women’s lacrosse look to reach a new level of success this season

By Gabby Guerard and Helen Lucas A snow squall unleashed heaps of snow into the unforgiving wind, which viciously attacked players during the women’s lacrosse game on Friday.  Despite scoring contributions from five different players, this game was much more than just a test of skills; it was a test of mental toughness. The Pride … Continue reading Springfield College women’s lacrosse look to reach a new level of success this season

Springfield College to send six student-athletes to NCAAs

Gage Nutter Assistant Sports Editor Every student athlete dreams of representing their school on the big stage and to get recognition for their ability at the national level. After years of rigorous training and preparation, six student-athletes from Springfield College will be doing just that. Zach Joseph (Wrestling), Hunter Ayen (Wrestling), Alex Niemiec (Track & … Continue reading Springfield College to send six student-athletes to NCAAs

Springfield College swimming’s Emily Medeiros is ready to end her college career strong at NCAA’s

Helen Lucas Staff Writer At any high intensity meet the difference between first place and eighth can come down to tenths of a second, and with a shorter the event you have even less room for error. Taking one off stroke can be the difference between NEWMAC Champion, and not even making it on the … Continue reading Springfield College swimming’s Emily Medeiros is ready to end her college career strong at NCAA’s