Springfield Swimming and Diving members already preparing for NEWMAC Championship

Darin MacEacheron @darinmac323 When you think of college sports such as basketball, football, and baseball, the goal is to win. It’s simple. Go out there and win and that is the only focus. Swimming and diving is different though. When a team makes its way to Springfield College and enters the Art Linkletter Natatorium, the Pride aren’t worried who walks in. Their only focus is … Continue reading Springfield Swimming and Diving members already preparing for NEWMAC Championship

Pride takes sixth at the Messiah Petrofes Invitational

Jack Margaros @JackMargaros After a couple weeks off, the Pride wrestling team were back in action at Messiah College this past weekend at the Messiah Petrofes Invitational. In this two-day tournament, which featured one of the best Division III wrestling programs in Messiah, the Pride placed sixth overall with 83.5 points. “We took some positives out of [the tournament]. It’s a very competitive tournament,” said … Continue reading Pride takes sixth at the Messiah Petrofes Invitational

Springfield College men’s basketball battles through erratic first half to defeat Becker College, 71-59

Gage Nutter @GageNutter The Pride’s matchup with Becker was good, bad, ugly, and great all rolled into a nice compact 40 minute package. Springfield started the game on an explosive 17-0 run. A run that included a Jake Ross transition dunk and superb off-ball movement to create easy buckets down low. In the second part of that same half, after scoring on almost all of … Continue reading Springfield College men’s basketball battles through erratic first half to defeat Becker College, 71-59

Springfield men’s basketball squeaks by Keene State, 73-67

By Gage Nutter @Gage Nutter It wasn’t the prettiest win in the world, but it got the job done. Springfield men’s basketball defeated Keene State 73-67 on Tuesday night. Heath Post led the way for the Pride with 22 points and 10 rebounds. Keene State was high intensity on both sides of the floor to say the least. The Owls hopped in and out of … Continue reading Springfield men’s basketball squeaks by Keene State, 73-67

Freshmen show promise as Springfield wrestling finishes third in the Doug Parker Invitational

Jack Margaros @JackMargaros In his second bout of the day, 165 pound junior Aarin Feliz approached the mat for his quarterfinal matchup against Alex Frometa of Coast Guard. The two went back and forth, taking each other down multiple times throughout three periods of wrestling. At one point, Feliz was in a headlock and managed to squirm out and take down Frometa in a ferocious … Continue reading Freshmen show promise as Springfield wrestling finishes third in the Doug Parker Invitational