Springfield College men’s lacrosse loses its first NEWMAC conference game of the season to Coast Guard, 9-8

Gage Nutter @GageNutter When Springfield men’s lacrosse scores, they do it in waves. One goal turns into two goals which turns into five goals. Then before the other team knows it, they are in a deep hole. The Pride had moments in their game with Coast Guard on Wednesday night where it seemed like the … Continue reading Springfield College men’s lacrosse loses its first NEWMAC conference game of the season to Coast Guard, 9-8

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Joey Gamache becoming reliable arm as Springfield College baseball’s season picks up

By Harrison Kelly Staff Writer The Pride have been streaky to start the 2017 season. Although Springfield is 10-7 and sit atop of the NEWMAC, it seems that the team is either winning or losing big, which means they aren’t playing in close games, something vital to a team who wants to play deep into … Continue reading Joey Gamache becoming reliable arm as Springfield College baseball’s season picks up

Springfield women’s lacrosse defeats Westfield behind Schroeher’s six goals

By Helen Lucas Staff Writer Springfield was down by one early Wednesday night when they faced off against Westfield State on Stagg field. The Owls scored fast, just 30 seconds into the match they were able to find the back of the net, however the Pride answered back just as fast with two goals from … Continue reading Springfield women’s lacrosse defeats Westfield behind Schroeher’s six goals

Springfield College men’s tennis falls to No. 21 ranked MIT, 6-3

Stephen Monahan @stephenm330 As the weather turns warmer, the Springfield College men’s tennis team is in the home stretch of conference play before the NEWMAC tournament. The men find themselves in a rough stretch of their schedule, losing two of their last three matches. “When we played Trinity, who is another solid team, they were … Continue reading Springfield College men’s tennis falls to No. 21 ranked MIT, 6-3

Springfield College track’s Alex Niemiec passed on a Division I scholarship, and he couldn’t be happier

Vin Gallo @VinGallo731 The 2016-17 indoor track season had all but drawn to a conclusion. The setting was Napersville, Ill. The event: the NCAA Track and Field Division III Championships. Alex Niemiec sprinted towards the high bar, his dark blue eyes filled with anticipation, lips pursed above a light brown goatee. He left his feet … Continue reading Springfield College track’s Alex Niemiec passed on a Division I scholarship, and he couldn’t be happier