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Assumption Women’s Soccer

Published 1w ago -

By Owen Podolec, Staff Writer After a year of anticipation, the Assumption Women’s Soccer team is back in action for their fall season in 2021. Due to a cancelation of a season from the COVID-19 outbreak, the AWS team has not only been greeted with a new... More »


Red Sox Season Recap

Published 1w ago -

By Kyle Sorgi, Staff Writer If you’re a Red Sox fan—or a fan of Boston sports altogether—then you’re loving that dirty water right now as they compete in the American League Championship Series (ALCS) against the Houston Astros. This season was a solid... More »

WooSox and the Meaning of Baseball

Published 1w ago -

By Maggie Buckley, Editor-in-Chief The air was electric at the top of the 9th. There were 9,508 eager fans sitting on the edge of their seats at Polar Park on Sunday, September 26th.   It was the last game of the inaugural season for the Worcester Re... More »

Assumption hosts Esports tryouts

Published 3w ago -

Caleb White, Online Editor Assumption University’s Esports program hosted team tryouts for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Rocket League, and League of Legends on Saturday, September 18 in the Hagan Campus Center. The session marked a return to the Esports Arena... More »

Ryder Cup Recap: United States Dominates Europe

Published 3w ago -

By Kyle Sorgi, Staff Writer On September 24-26, 2021, the world witnessed the 43rd edition of the biennial Ryder Cup golf tournament between the United States and Europe. (This was supposed to happen last year since the most recent edition was 2018, but the CO... More »

NFL Injuries: Comeback Players and Early Victims

Published 1m ago -

By Kyle Sorgi, Staff Writer The NFL has taken on a new identity this year in two main ways: its inaugural 18-week regular season schedule, and the return of several star players from season-ending injuries in 2020. The latter is more impactful towards the leve... More »

2020 NBA Bubble Success

Published 8m ago -

Seth Bogoslofski, Staff Writer When Utah Jazz Center Rudy Gobert first tested positive for COVID-19 mid-game, the NBA season immediately entered a hiatus. The world had just begun to begin a spiral of shutdowns and climbing infection rates that would mark the... More »

Stephen Black: The Leading Opponent

Published 9m ago -

Joe Letizio Arts and En­ter­tain­ment ed­i­tor  Getting to live in Singapore was also a very unique experience. As he always wanted to live and work in Asia after I graduated, so this opportunity was a dream come true. – STEPHEN BLACK – R... More »

The Masters: 2020 Edition

Published 11m ago -

Kyle Sorgi, Staff Writer “A tradition unlike any other,” says sports broadcasting icon Jim Nantz, is one way to describe the annual Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. Its rich history, dreamy foliage on Magnolia Lane and... More »

Rays vs. Dodgers: World Series Analysis

Published 12m ago -

Kyle Sorgi, Staff Writer Major League Baseball (MLB), like every other sport, had a completely different feel in 2020 than any other season. Not only was its regular season condensed from 162 to 60 games, but the playoffs welcomed six more teams than usual aft... More »

COVID-19 and Sports

Published 1y ago -

Kyle Sorgi, Staff Writer The world had to hit the pause button for several aspects of daily life when COVID-19 first introduced itself. However, sports have rebounded surprisingly well through either resuming an ongoing season, rescheduling an upcoming slate,... More »