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Recapping the MLB Awards: Part 2

Major League Baseball has officially announced the winners of its most prestigious awards of the season, which are given to individual players to recognize their accomplishments.  The most recent awards given out have been the Rookie of the Year Awards, Manager of the Year Awards, Cy Young Awards and the Most Valuable Player Awards.  Each […]

Recapping the MLB Awards: Part 1

Although the 2015 Major League Baseball season ended the first weekend of October, MLB Awards Week didn’t wind down until Thursday, Nov. 19. The festivities began with the announcements of small awards, such as each league’s Reliever of the Year (New York’s Andrew Miller in the American League and Pittsburgh’s Mark Melancon in the National […]

Perspectives on the NFL #1

This has been an unusual year for the NFL. Many teams projected to go deep into the playoffs have underperformed (the Colts, Ravens and Seahawks just to name a few). There are also four teams with 7-0 records, which has never happened before. While the Bengals, Broncos and Panthers have all looked resilient, the most […]

A Game We’ll Never Forget

A Game We’ll Never Forget

For the second year in a row, a Connecticut College soccer team defeated Williams College in NESCAC playoff action, and in penalty kicks nonetheless. This year it was the men’s turn, defeating Williams College on Saturday, Oct. 31 at Harkness Field, in front of a large and rowdy crowd of students, as well as parents […]

List Qualifies for Singlehanded National Championship

Skipper Charlotte List ’18 of Fair Haven, N.J. has qualified for the Singlehanded National Championship. List scored 24 points to place fourth at the New England Singlehanded Championship that was hosted by Boston College. She will travel to Old Dominion University to compete in the Singlehanded National Championship November 6-8 in Norfolk, Va. List is […]