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Conn has a Poker Team? Yes, and they’re filthy

Not too long ago swimmer Carson Owlett ’17 was just a casual poker fan that had fun playing online. Recently, though, Owlett has been taking poker more seriously. Carson, along with eight other students at Conn, just competed for the title of best collegiate poker team in the United States. Owelett and his teammates Ashley […]

That Time of Year Again: Welcome to the League

When the intramural soccer captains received the email from Coach Satran, Connecticut College’s basketball coach and head of intramural soccer, it was as if students were glowing. Students at Connecticut College partake in intramural soccer each spring. The teams compete in Dayton Arena, on turf placed over the ice. Commissioner of the league Dillon Kerr […]

Congratulations to the Women’s Water Polo Team on Achieving Division III Championship Three-Peat

GROVE CITY, Pa.–For the third consecutive year, the Connecticut College women’s water polo team has been crowned as the Division III Champion. The Camels gutted out a 13-10 victory against Washington & Jefferson College in Grove City, Pa. Saturday night to earn the three-peat. Connecticut College improved its record to 18-13.  They will turn their […]

Athletic Activism: UCONN Coach Boycotts Final Four

It was a tumultuous week for the NCAA as coaches, players and athletic officials as they approached the Final Four Championship in Indiana. However, amidst the roaring crowd, overpaid coaches and Division I athletes, there’s one individual who didn’t stand on the sidelines this year. UConn head coach, Kevin Ollie, did not travel with his […]

College Inducts Hall of Fame Class of 2015

On Sat. April 11 the Connecticut College Athletic Hall of Fame inducted three alumni and one former coach with a ceremony plaque reveal in the Hall of Fame Room for their achievements as Camels. The recent inductees are former head coach of women’s field hockey and lacrosse Anne Parmenter, javelin thrower Kerry Newhall Heath ’98, […]

Burdge’s Baseball Breakdown

And so the baseball season has begun. There will be dark horses and crashing stars. There will be languid summer games, and intense chilly October nights. There will be joy, and there will be disappointment. And there will be predictions. So here are my predictions for the coming season. Based off of the failure of […]

Following the NCAA Tournament

With the burgeoning excitement of this year’s Men’s NCAA Tournament, we are in the midst of something special. Something men’s college basketball has been waiting for through a decades-long drought of sound teams and also-rans sharing prestige in sports’ greatest event. College basketball has a powerhouse. A true powerhouse. It has been thirty-nine years since […]

Women’s Water Polo: 14 Wins and Counting

Women’s Water Polo: 14 Wins and Counting

With an undefeated conference record of fourteen wins and no losses, Connecticut College’s Women’s Water Polo team is the team to look out for on campus this season. The Camels began their conference play last week with a tournament at Monmouth College in Illinois in which they opened the first day with three consecutive wins. […]