A Call for International Understanding

Next week, the world will be tuning in to the 2018 Winter Olympics. Every four years, the international community turns their eyes to one of the greatest athletic events in the world. Throughout history, the Olympic Games have been regarded as a symbol of international cooperation and understanding amongst cultures, and this year is no different. Not for the first time, North and South Korea … Continue reading A Call for International Understanding

Men’s Lacrosse Prepares for Final Five Games

By Mitchell Weiser Last weekend the Rangers men’s lacrosse team traveled to Norfolk, Virginia to take on Virginia Wesleyan University. That was the team’s only contest this past week before they travel to Elizabethtown, Penn on April 8, to take on Landmark conference rival Elizabethtown College at 2 p.m. The game against Wesleyan went into overtime where the Rangers would unfortunately fall to their Virginia … Continue reading Men’s Lacrosse Prepares for Final Five Games

Women’s Lacrosse Snapped Losing Streak

By Josie Emanuelli The women’s lacrosse team snapped their losing streak on Saturday, April 1 with a 17-7 win over College of Old Westbury at home. The Rangers showed their dominance early in the game, opening with nine straight goals to begin the contest 9-0 in favor of the Rangers. Despite Old Westbury picking up momentum and scoring four goals towards the end of the … Continue reading Women’s Lacrosse Snapped Losing Streak

Tennis garners two Athlete of the Week Awards

Josie Emanuelli Drew tennis enjoyed a very successful week, sweeping the Athlete of the Week awards for the third week in a row and the fourth time this season. Ty Ty Witten (‘19) and Vineet Vemulapally (‘19). This is their first athlete of the week nod, but the seventh and eighth awards for the team this season, a record for head coach Matthew Brisotti. Witten … Continue reading Tennis garners two Athlete of the Week Awards

Sticking it to the man: Locker room talk turned into battle of the balls

Sporticus This Wednesday, March 30, the Drew University baseball and men’s lacrosse teams faced off in a highly competitive Battle of the Sticks. After many hours of tense play, the match was ultimately won by the Drew University men’s lacrosse team, who took home the trophy with a fantastick score of 111-88. Wasting no time whatsoever, lacrosse’s Moby Stick (’17) netted the ball into the … Continue reading Sticking it to the man: Locker room talk turned into battle of the balls

Conference games left on men’s basketball schedule

By Mitchell Weiser Ever since dropping a conference game to the University of Scranton, Drew’s men’s basketball team has gone on to a two game winning streak. Those games included two huge wins against conference rivals, Goucher College and Elizabethtown College. The team has now improved to two games over 500, their record currently stands at 11 wins and nine losses. The team traveled to … Continue reading Conference games left on men’s basketball schedule

Women’s basketball prepares for upcoming conference games

By Mal Vishwanath The Drew University women’s basketball team won a closely fought battle against Goucher College on Jan. 28. Michaela Keegan (’18), helped them towards their 54-50 victory, scoring a career high 19 points in the game. With 54 seconds remaining, the game was tied at 49-49 when Ally Raulf (’18) broke the tie, scoring two points from free throws after being fouled by an … Continue reading Women’s basketball prepares for upcoming conference games