By Helen Lucas Staff Writer Springfield was down by one early Wednesday night when they faced off against Westfield State on Stagg field. The Owls scored fast, just 30 seconds into the match they were able to find the back of the net, however the Pride answered back just as fast with two goals from … Continue reading Springfield women’s lacrosse defeats Westfield behind Schroeher’s six goals
By Gage Nutter Assistant Sports Editor Springfield men’s basketball got the ball rolling in the right direction and brought its three game losing skid to a halt Wednesday with a 80-74 win over Coast Guard. Freshman Jake Ross led the way with 21 points, followed by junior Andy McNulty who finished with 18. The Pride's … Continue reading Ross, McNulty help halt losing streak as men’s basketball downs Coast Guard 80-74
By Gage Nutter Assistant Sports Editor The Pride men's basketball team started their season on a good note Tuesday night. The team won their season opener on the road against Western New England 80-69. The Pride started the game trying to utilize the three-point line, but found no success. Eventually the gameplan shifted around the halfway … Continue reading Jake Ross’ 29 points leads men’s basketball in 80-69 season opener win over WNEU
John Archambeau will be remembered at Springfield College as being one of the most dominant wrestlers to ever wear maroon and white. He was a renegade, an absolute monster. Opponents feared him.
The 2014 HoopHall Classic was as highly anticipated as ever, bringing in the top high school talent from around the nation. This year’s Classic, which took place on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, had a tough act to follow, as the 2013 show saw perhaps the most talented class of seniors in years. No one left Blake Arena disappointed. The slate of games featured many of the nation’s top high school teams and recruits.