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Cross Cultural Center fosters student wellbeing

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It is clear to see how clubs, sports, organizations and other opportunities for student involvement foster the wellbeing and overall satisfaction of students who partake in them. In the first steps on any college campus, first year students and prospective st... More »

Men’s lacrosse takes down Post University

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A blustery wind and a crisp, 30-degree, game-time temperature set the stage for a men’s lacrosse contest between the Eagles of Post University and the Greyhounds of Assumption. On Friday, March 16, the Greyhounds defeated the Eagles 10-3 behind a relentless... More »

Ultimate Frisbee should be in the Olympics

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With the PyeongChang Winter Olympics finished, the entire world is looking forward to 2020 when the summer games will be held in Tokyo, Japan. The Tokyo games feature the return of baseball/softball and the debuts of surfing, skate boarding, karate and sport c... More »

Spring Sports Preview: Assumption baseball is back

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The month of March does not always bring sunshine and warmth, but it does bring back collegiate baseball from a long off season. Assumption baseball has been preparing for months to compete for a spot in the postseason, after ending the 2017 season short of ... More »

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Assumption Hires New Football Coach

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Andy McKenzie didn’t know he wanted to be a football coach. He just knew he loved football. It was his first football season after graduation at Division III, Allegheny College, and he was a wide receiver assistant. “We were playing another school down in ... More »

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Winter Olympics Recap

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It’s time to start the count- down to Tokyo 2020. These Pyeongchang Olympics were absolutely incredible, just 16 straight days of some of the most entertaining Olympic competition we’ve seen in a while. It started with the opening ceremony, which was just ... More »

Hounds triumph at NE- 10 conference meet

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The Assumption Track and Field program capped off another historic indoor season at the NE-10 Conferences. The two-day event, which was held at Smith College, featured 12 teams throughout the New England area, including competitors from Stonehill College and S... More »

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Winter Olympics Preview

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On February 9, the Olympic flame will finally reach its final destination at the opening ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea. The opening ceremony marks the beginning of 16 days of competition for winter’s greatest athletes.... More »

Pittsburg Steelers no longer the “Men of Steel.”

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For the past 17 years, the New England Patriots have ruled the NFL. They have won five Super Bowls and in a few days, we’ll find out if it’s going to be six when they play against the Philadelphia Eagles. It will be their eighth appearance in the Super Bow... More »

NFC Championship game recap

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NFL analysts thought that this was going to be a low-scoring game and the Vikings were favored by three points. With a win, they’d become the first team ever to play a Super Bowl in their home stadium. The Vikings were coming off a 13-3 regular season and ju... More »

AFC Championship recap

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This NFL postseason has been one of the most interesting in a long time. Prior to the NFL postseason, the NFL regular season was just as interesting. It looked like the NFC was the most competitive all year and the AFC was…not great. Did you know that be... More »

Around Hound Nation: Winter Break Update

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A whole lot can happen in a month, especially in the sports world. Here are six things that happened over winter break in Hound Nation. Head Football Coach Robert Chesney to Holy Cross On December 19, 2017, the Crusaders of Holy Cross publicly introduced Rober... More »