Springfield College baseball falls to MIT in NEWMAC Quarterfinals

Jack Margaros @JackMargaros A historic season of baseball at Springfield College came to an end Thursday as the Pride fell to MIT in the NEWMAC quarterfinals on Thursday, 5-0. After tallying four hits in the first two innings, Springfield failed to muster another hit for the rest of the game, as Mark Joao and Noah Bleakley were the only two baserunners for the rest of … Continue reading Springfield College baseball falls to MIT in NEWMAC Quarterfinals

Springfield College men’s volleyball wins back-to-back National Championships with sweep of Stevens

Sam Leventhal @Sam_Leventhal In NCAA Division III Men’s Volleyball, there has only been one school able to defend the national title and today that statistic still stands. Following the Pride’s defeat of Stevens, 3-1, they have completed a back-to-back title run and snagged their 11th in program history. In 2017 against the State University of New York at New Paltz, the contest ended with a … Continue reading Springfield College men’s volleyball wins back-to-back National Championships with sweep of Stevens

A Dime for Diesel

By Vin Gallo @VinGallo731 Talia Loda made sure to do it every inning. Before stepping into the circle as the Springfield College softball team’s first line of defense against the Babson Beavers last week, she was sure to run her finger through the dirt of the loneliest place on the field, and etch out a ‘10.’ Every inning. “Come on,” Loda prayed. “I hope you’re … Continue reading A Dime for Diesel

Jack Cooney’s walk-off double lifts Pride baseball over Amherst, 5-4

Jack Margaros @JackMargaros The Springfield College baseball team found itself in familiar territory on Thursday evening at Archie Allen Field. After Chad Shade lined a RBI single in the seventh inning to give the Pride a 3-2 edge, Amherst College plated two runs in the top of the ninth to gain its first lead of the game, 4-3. “A little bit of a letdown in … Continue reading Jack Cooney’s walk-off double lifts Pride baseball over Amherst, 5-4

Springfield women’s lacrosse playing strong while heading into NEWMAC tournament

Kris Rhim @Legendary_Kris The Pride are on a roll heading into the NEWMAC tournament this year. The team has won six-straight games coming into its final game of the season against Emerson this Saturday. However, the road before that six-game winning streak was tough. The women struggled early-on, starting the season with a 5-5 record.  While the Pride played a tough schedule, facing four nationally … Continue reading Springfield women’s lacrosse playing strong while heading into NEWMAC tournament