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A Recap of the Football Season

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Adam Ide Sports Editor With the Greyhound’s loss on Nov. 19 in the first round of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II playoffs, the Assumption football season has come to a close. The loss came at the hands of No. 20 Slippery Rock... More »

Winter is Here

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Adam Ide Sports Editor The winter sports season is upon us and with it is an entirely new slate of greyhound athletes to cheer on. With most teams already playing their early games, Assumption’s winter athletes are preparing themselves for greatness. Here is... More »

Tough Loss for Ravens Leads to Twitter Storm

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Maureen Lynch  Editor in Chief  Baltimore Ravens’ quarterback Lamar Jackson landed in hot water on Nov. 27 when he responded to a fan on Twitter. After their stunning loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, an angry fan took to Twitter to say that the Ravens sho... More »

The Exciting Evolution of Esports

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Adam Ide, Sports Editor & Caleb White, Online Editor Nearly every student has seen the state-of-the-art esports lounge in the middle of the Hagan Campus Center. Unfortunately, it is rare to see anyone utilizing the space, and if it is in use, then it is... More »

What’s the Deal with Blue and White Sports?

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Adam Ide, Sports Editor The Assumption University Greyhounds compete in the Division II New England 10 conference. A large number of varsity sports teams on campus play with some of the best competitors that Division II has to offer. Assumption University is ... More »

Assumption Football from an Insider’s Perspective

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Kailey Bisbee, Staff Writer The Assumption football team has always been a force to be reckoned with. Every season, they have a whole team of students and staff that help make games possible.  Students have an opportunity to be a part of the team through the... More »

Interview with Jennifer Toland, sports reporter

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By Caleb White, Online Editor For Worcester sports journalist Jennifer Toland, nothing beats a good underdog story, whether it’s about the Patriots’ first Super Bowl win or an exciting match from a local collegiate team. “There was a lot of debate over w... More »

A Tribute to One of College Basketball’s Finest

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By: Kyle Sorgi, Sports Editor Men’s college basketball head coach Mike Krzyzewski made a home at Duke University for 42 years and, in that time, became one of NCAA’s greatest head coaches of all time in a career defined by remarkable consistency, character... More »

An Outlook on the 2022 Red Sox

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By: Michael Shea – Copy Editor Red Sox Preseason Outlook  By Michael Shea  Baseball season is back after a 99 day lockout between owners and players. They have agreed upon bringing baseball with baseball starting two weeks later with opening da... More »

Brady’s Back! (Like He Never Even Left)

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By: Kyle Sorgi, Sports Editor In case you haven’t heard by now (or have heard, but still can’t believe it), Tom Brady is unretiring! He will return to the Buccaneers for his 23rd NFL season just one month after playing what many people thought was his last... More »

Celtics Finding Their Stride

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By: Michael Shea Copy Editor Since the NBA All-star weekend in mid-February, the Celtics have found their stride this season. They have won 5 out of their past 6 games.  The Celtics are currently tearing up the league. They currently have the top defense in t... More »

Play Ball? MLB Lockout Says Otherwise

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By: Kyle Sorgi, Sports Editor On Wednesday, December 1, 2021, the expiration of the collective bargaining agreement (CBA) between Major League Baseball’s owners (MLB) and the Players’ Association (MLBPA) expired, prompting commissioner Rob Manfred to initi... More »