Pride track and field’s Carly Markos among nation’s best in throwing

By Vin Gallo Deputy Sports Editor She surveys the sector with her light green eyes as she strides to the throwing circle. With faded white gloves wrapping her hands, the thrower clutches the handle with bare fingers. She takes deep breaths before beginning to spin, raising the weight to chest level, arms perfectly straightened. The … Continue reading Pride track and field’s Carly Markos among nation’s best in throwing

Advertisements

Men’s basketball pushes past Clark in overtime, 86-61

By Gage Nutter Assistant Sports Editor Most people that play organized basketball go their whole careers without obtaining a double-double. Getting a double-double shows that you were not only effective in one dimension of the game, but two. The Prides Jake Ross picked up his tenth double-double of the season on Wednesday night, and he … Continue reading Men’s basketball pushes past Clark in overtime, 86-61

The Presidential Couple: A Look at President Cooper’s Valentine’s Day

By Greg Allen Co-Editor In Chief     For many, Valentine’s Day is one of the most important days of the year.  Some have it circled on their calendars so they don’t have to rush to the local flower shop on their way home from work for some last-minute roses. Others wait all year to … Continue reading The Presidential Couple: A Look at President Cooper’s Valentine’s Day

Springfield College Men’s Volleyball Unites Talent From the Golden State

By Sam Leventhal  Staff Writer/Photo Editor The breakdown of the Springfield College men’s volleyball program is uncharacteristic to that of other teams within the Division III realm. The squad from Springfield, Mass. mostly isn’t from the region, but they have found new homes as members of the Pride family. The 2017 roster contains three players … Continue reading Springfield College Men’s Volleyball Unites Talent From the Golden State