Sports

Title ambitions end in Elite Eight for Men’s Soccer

After defeating Amherst College in the Sweet 16, UR Men’s Soccer fell 2–0 to Messiah College in the Elite Eight…

Women’s Basketball stifles opponent in fourth quarter comeback

UR Women’s Basketball opened its season with a home win at the Chuck Resler Invitational this past weekend, coming back from a 14-point deficit to defeat fifth-ranked Thomas More College.

Bargabos gains mental and physical strength from cross country

Junior Rachel Bargabos of UR Women’s Cross Country competed at the NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships this past Saturday.

Everybody Talks: Leave the safety on

Movie theaters, nightclubs, music festivals — could a stadium or an arena be added to the list? It could be, but that isn’t the point.

Field Hockey ousted in Elite Eight, ending historic season

UR Field Hockey’s journey toward a national championship was cut short on Sunday after a 5–0 loss to Middlebury College.…

Men’s Soccer advances with playoff heroics

By the time the Yellowjackets left, they had made a fantastic comeback, stunned the highly-ranked host, and made it to the Sweet 16.

Wyant the only woman to lead men’s soccer team in NCAA

The first Men’s NCAA Division I Soccer National Championship took place in 1959, while the first women’s tournament was not…

Roy Halladay and the stakes of sport versus reality

Roy Halladay was a great pitcher. It sounds sort of banal to say, but it’s the number-one truth of his career.

Field Hockey makes history with conference title win

For the first time in program history, UR Field Hockey has won the Liberty League title.

Everybody Talks: A storm is brewing

Last Thursday, ESPN released its revised social media guidelines for all employees, which states all social network use should be “civil,” “responsible,” and “without overt political biases.