Men’s Tennis Keeps Playoff Hopes Alive with Win Against E-town

Josephine Emanuelli The men’s and women’s tennis teams continued their Landmark Conference play with matches against Elizabethtown College and the University of Scranton. On Saturday, April 14, the men swept the Blue Jays 9-0, their seventh 9-0 victory of the season. Elizabethtown gave Drew an early lead, defaulting at No. 6 singles and No. 3 doubles; the No. 3 singles was forced to end the … Continue reading Men’s Tennis Keeps Playoff Hopes Alive with Win Against E-town

Women’s Lacrosse Falls in Tight Game to Moravian

Christina Christodoulou The Drew University women’s lacrosse team went 0-2 in this week’s conference play against Moravian and Scranton. The Rangers are now 2-3 in the Landmark Conference and their overall record stands at 8-6. Drew opened their week with a tight 20-17 loss against Moravian. The Greyhounds jumped to an early 6-2 lead before the Rangers closed within two at the 4:32 mark. After … Continue reading Women’s Lacrosse Falls in Tight Game to Moravian

Golf Prepares for Landmark Conference Championships

Josephine Emanuelli The men’s golf team has had a busy spring season, competing in several different tournaments before Landmark Conference championships, which are being held at the Glenmaura National Golf Club in Moosic, PA Saturday, May 5, and Sunday, May 6. The team competed in the Moravian Spring Invitational on Thursday, April 12, where three Rangers were entered in the event. Michael Bliss (‘21) led … Continue reading Golf Prepares for Landmark Conference Championships

Baseball Continues Skid Against Franklin & Marshall

Mal Vishwanath The Drew University baseball team began a Landmark Conference series with a doubleheader at Moravian College on Saturday, April 14. After dropping the opener with a 9-5 count, the Rangers were able to secure the victory in game two against the Greyhounds. After jumping out to a 4-0 lead, the Rangers countered with a three spot at the top of the fifth inning. … Continue reading Baseball Continues Skid Against Franklin & Marshall

Men’s Lacrosse Falls to Scranton

Alexa Fitzgerald Drew men’s lacrosse continued their two game skid dropping an 11-7 decision on the road at Moravian on Saturday, April 14, in a 1 p.m. contest. The Rangers fell behind early leaving them trailing 6-0, until they scored on a man-up goal with 5:21 remaining in the second quarter. However, the Greyhounds were not done as they went on to score one more … Continue reading Men’s Lacrosse Falls to Scranton

Baseball Drops Three, Wins Three

Mal Vishwanath After returning to home-ground for the first time in six weeks, the Drew University baseball team posted a dominant victory against Juniata College in their Landmark Conference opener on April 7. Zach Lipshitz (‘19), Max Felsenstein (‘20) and Ryan Sabbag (‘18) combined for eight hits, eight RBIs and six runs. The Eagles attempted to cut into the Rangers’ lead, but Drew responded right … Continue reading Baseball Drops Three, Wins Three

Tennis Sweeps Delaware Valley in Decisive Fashion

Max Felsenstein The Drew Rangers Men’s and Women’s Tennis Teams have continued their strong seasons. The men’s team improved to 11-2 on Tuesday and the women’s team improved to 7-3, both with wins over Delaware Valley. In the women’s match against Delaware Valley, Ashley Camell (‘20) and Ty Ty Witten (‘19) defeated their No.1 doubles team 8-3, and Xylia Bruff (‘19) and Maria Navas Espinal … Continue reading Tennis Sweeps Delaware Valley in Decisive Fashion