Sports

Russo making an impact in first season with softball

First-year infielder Marissa Russo has made a large impact in her first season playing softball for the ‘Jackets. She leads the team in runs, at bats, walks, hits, batting average, and slugging percentage.

Gabbey reflects on first pitching outing

Senior Owen Gabbey has been a key player for Men’s Baseball this year, playing first base, third base, and catcher. Additionally, he made his first pitching appearance two weeks ago, when his four scoreless innings helped the ‘Jackets come back to defeat St. Lawrence.

Quidditch defeats Texas to win national tournament

Going into the tournament, the Thestrals were ranked seventh in the nation. Earlier this season, the team won the Northeast Regional Championships, becoming the first-ever team not from Boston to win the region.

Everybody Talks: The privilege of title IX

This week I came to a conclusion — thank God for Title IX. Two recent readings caught my eye, and they both included prominent figures in U.S. women’s basketball.

Everybody Talks: Could one vote be the end?

With this international discussion in mind, we must also acknowledge that this is a question greater than our campus or our student government.

Men’s Baseball makes two combacks to sweep St. Lawrence

Things started off in favor of St. Lawrence when the team jumped out to a 5–0 lead by the top of the fourth inning. The ‘Jackets quickly reeled the Saints back in by scoring four runs of their own in the bottom of the fourth.

First-year Hickton finds motivation from competition

Declan Hickton is a first-year on Men’s Golf. In March’s Jekyll Island Individual Championship, he finished second place among 39 competitors. Hickton also helped the ‘Jackets finish seventh at the Hershey Cup two weeks ago.

Everybody Talks: An Evolving Pastime

Diversity. International diplomacy. Wage gaps. Mental health. Education. It’s difficult to know which I’m talking about: America or its pastime?  

Women’s Lacrosse falls to St. Lawrence and Ithaca

“Regardless of our record, we have played well in our games and want to keep our heads up,” Levy said.

For Fujimaki, college tennis is a team sport

Junior Masaru Fujimaki has played for Men’s Tennis all of his three years at UR. He is a team captain and usually plays in the number-one spot in both singles and doubles competition.