Women’s Lacrosse Keeps Playoff Hopes Alive

Josephine Emanuelli The women’s lacrosse team beat one of their last Landmark Conference opponents, Goucher College, on April 21, leaving them with one game left to determine their playoff fate. The Rangers posted a dominant victory over the Gophers on Saturday, beating them 21-10, ending a two game losing streak. Right now, they are in a tie for fourth place in Landmark standings, which makes … Continue reading Women’s Lacrosse Keeps Playoff Hopes Alive

Golf Prepares for Championships

Josephine Emanuelli The men’s and women’s golf teams competed in their final tournaments before Landmark Conference championships. The women placed seventh overall in the Ithaca Invitational in Ithaca, NY on April 22, while the men hosted their only home tournament of the season at the Spring Brook Country Club on April 23. The women’s tournament was originally planned to be April 21 and 22, but … Continue reading Golf Prepares for Championships

Baseball Falls to Scranton

Christina Christodoulou The Drew University men’s baseball team was swept in a doubleheader against Scranton on Saturday, April 21. The Rangers scored three runs in the first inning of the first game after an Eric DiPietro (‘19) two-run double followed by a Brent Lincoln (‘20) RBI single. Scranton responded with a four-spot to take the lead. The Royals clinched their 6-4 victory when they caught … Continue reading Baseball Falls to Scranton

A Year in Review: Changes in the Drew Athletics Staff

Alexa Fitzgerald The Drew Rangers began the 2017-2018 athletics season with a new leader at the helm of the department. New Athletic Director Christa Racine continued coaching the women’s soccer team in her 24th season in addition to taking on her new duties as AD. She reflects on her first year in her new position, stating, “As my first year as AD winds down, I … Continue reading A Year in Review: Changes in the Drew Athletics Staff

Men’s Lacrosse Drops Senior Day Match

Alexa Fitzgerald The Rangers began their game on Saturday, April 21, with a pregame ceremony, honoring seniors Jack Crowley (‘18), Devin Lyons (‘18), Charles Maynard (‘18), Joe Palmieri (‘18) and Greg Swenson (‘18) for their contributions to the men’s lacrosse program during their time here at Drew. Drew began their final home contest of the season against Landmark Conference opponent Goucher, whom they would eventually … Continue reading Men’s Lacrosse Drops Senior Day Match

Softball Continues 10 Game Skid With Loss Against Cross-Town Rival FDU

Josephine Emanuelli The Drew University softball team dropped a tight doubleheader to the University of Scranton on April 21 at Magis Field in Scranton, PA. The Rangers dropped the first game 2-0 with only eight hits throughout the game. Stephanie Burns (‘21) pitched the game for the Rangers, facing off with Scranton pitcher Morgan Rentzheimer. The game was scoreless until the bottom of the sixth … Continue reading Softball Continues 10 Game Skid With Loss Against Cross-Town Rival FDU

Tennis Finishes Landmark Play at Moravian

Mal Vishwanath The Drew University men’s and women’s tennis teams continued Landmark Conference play with a match against Juniata College on Saturday, April 21. The Ranger men suffered their second conference loss by an 8-1 count, while the women fell to the Eagles with a score of 6-3. On the women’s side, the Rangers secured a victory through Ashley Camel (’20) and Christina Christodoulou (’20) … Continue reading Tennis Finishes Landmark Play at Moravian