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
Sam Leventhal @Sam_Leventhal The consensus No. 1 Springfield College Pride played host to the No. 11 Vassar College Brewers on Wednesday night in Dana Gym. The matchup resulted in a 3-0 victory for the home side. Leading the Pride in the contest was senior outside hitter, Billy De La Espriella. As he watched the ball fly over the tape at the top of the net, … Continue reading Led by nine kills from Billy De La Espriella, No. 1 Springfield College mens volleyball defeats No. 11 Vassar College, 3-0.
Daniel Priest @dpriest3 The Pride’s fall sports teams have been off to a tremendous start this season and the men’s soccer team have been no exception. The team carried an undefeated record of 6-0 heading into Tuesday’s matchup and aimed to keep up its solid play against the Wentworth Leopards. Springfield entered the day ranked 18th in the United Soccer Coaches ranking and have been … Continue reading Springfield College men’s soccer breezes past Wentworth, 6-2
By Jill Campbell @J_Campbell After less than a month into their regular season, it’s difficult to keep track of the various recognition the Springfield College softball team has received. The team earned a spot in the NFCA Top 25 for the first time since 2001, improving their rank to No. 20 just yesterday. They’re currently boasting an impressive 16-2 overall record while going 5-1 in conference … Continue reading Accolades and success on the field continue to mount for Springfield softball
By Harrison Kelly Staff Writer The Pride were up by the score of 5-0 in the bottom of the 7th and final inning when Brian Johnson, a sophomore pitcher who only pitched 25 innings last year, dug into the bright orange clay mound at the Lake Myrtle Baseball Park Complex in Auburndale, Florida. With only one out to go and not a single batter from … Continue reading Brian Johnson of Springfield baseball embracing the pressure after throwing no-hitter