Huaizhi Wang: The Gentle Giant From Harbin, China

By Garrett Haydon Contributing Writer In August of 2015, just days before freshmen students arrived at Springfield College to begin their college journey, Huaizhi Wang was already in the middle of a journey of his own. The graduate student from Harbin, China was in an unfamiliar place and just had a single mattress to sleep … Continue reading Huaizhi Wang: The Gentle Giant From Harbin, China

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For Vega, National Championship Victory A Perfect Ending to Decorated Career

Daniela Detore @DanielaMDetore     After losing 2016 DIII National Player of the Year, Most Outstanding Player of the NCAA tournament, Christian Smith hung up his jersey as a Hawk for good. Closing out his career at SUNY New Paltz defeating the dynasty of Springfield College, he captured the 2016 National Championship. The tides has … Continue reading For Vega, National Championship Victory A Perfect Ending to Decorated Career

Springfield College men’s volleyball alumni return to campus for national championship weekend

Gage Nutter @GageNutter The bleachers of Blake Arena were a loud, homogenous sea of white during Springfield’s men's volleyball matchup with SUNY New Paltz, in the Division III National Championship game Sunday night. Pride supporters wore white clothing for the game, except for one special demographic located in the first couple of rows and off … Continue reading Springfield College men’s volleyball alumni return to campus for national championship weekend

After Semis Loss, Giglio Bids Springfield Farewell for Now, But Roots To College Have Always Run Deep

Gage Nutter @GageNutter     Evin Giglio used to wear the maroon and white and compete on the Springfield College men’s volleyball team. Now seven years later, he wears a black polo and khakis from the sidelines as he coaches his Wentworth Institute of Technology Leopards. Giglio and his Leopards made the trek to Springfield … Continue reading After Semis Loss, Giglio Bids Springfield Farewell for Now, But Roots To College Have Always Run Deep