Varsity Athletics

Women’s Basketball falls in Elite Eight after defeating RIT

The key to the success of the ‘Jackets was their strong rebounding. RIT recorded 40 rebounds in the game, whereas the ‘Jackets grabbed 56. The strong rebounding provided an advantage on both sides of the floor, and gave the ‘Jackets the edge.

Everybody Talks: A team leader since day one, Leslie is all heart and soul

Leslie is who Lebron James should be but never is. She is the heart and soul of her team, but her team is also her heart and soul.

Ernst looks forward to another season in net

I love competing with my team. When you devote so much time and effort to training, the feeling of finally getting to compete is remarkable. I love nothing more than getting to play with my teammates and see all the little pieces come together.

Women’s Basketball advances to Sweet 16

The Yellowjackets defeated Stevens Institute of Technology and Marymount University at home this past weekend to advance in the Division III tournament, setting up the rival match.

Personal records set in track Liberty League Championships

On day one of the field events, junior Kylee Bartlett finished second in the long jump, while sophomores Lonnie Garrett and Hannah Duttweiler finished sixth and eighth.

For Wittig, UAA Player of the Week is more than an individual award

Junior guard Jacob Wittig has been a key player this season for the Men’s Basketball team, averaging more than 30 minutes and 11 points per game. He was named UAA Men’s Basketball Player of the Week and earned First Team All-Academic District honors.

Records broken in swim and dive championships

Day two saw the first school record shattered. Junior Becca Selznick broke the school record in the 500 freestyle by over a second and she finished 15th.

Basketball sweeps Brandeis as regular season winds down

A much-needed win came for the men at home against Brandeis as they had lost five of their last six conference games.

Basketball dominates against Case Western Reserve

The Spartans outscored the ‘Jackets in the first five minutes of the fourth quarter, but they were already too far behind for it to make any difference. While the gap between the teams did not increase, the early success of the ‘Jackets was insurmountable.

Track and Field hits the ground running at NYU

It took home the top team score at an invitational Feb. 2 at RIT and managed to win another one in New York City this week. The ‘Jackets finished first out of 26 teams in the NYU Invitational.