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Lyons Comeback Falls Short, Season Ends at the Hands of Emerson 

Last Tuesday night, in front of a packed Emerson Gymnasium, the men’s basketball season came to a screeching halt in the first round of the New England Women’s and Men’s Conference Championship Tournament. Despite a valiant surge with under nine to play, the No. 6 seeded Emerson College held out against the No. 3 seeded […]

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David Sach is Ready to Act as the Tone-Setter of the Wheaton Fencing Program 

For most of us, including me, the extent of our knowledge of fencing begins and ends with the Olympics, and games on the Wii. Particularly Wii Sports Resort. Now, that was a special game. We all remember those days. We’re not here to talk about that though.  Year after year, the sporting environment in Norton […]

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The Football World Mourns Madeleine Cusack, a Blade Until the Very End 

As college students, we have our entire lives in front of us. It is both frightening and riveting at the same time.  The world is truly our oyster.  Former Sheffield United midfielder Maddy Cusack was in the same boat. 27 years old. A club legend. The vice-captain heading into what looked to be a promising […]

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Alana Burgess’ commitment acts as the framework for one of Wheaton’s newest sports 

New is merely a synonym for exciting.  With the knowledge of a pool already a central part of campus, Wheaton Athletics expanded into a completely new aquatics sport, Water Polo. Even with small numbers on both the men’s and women’s sides at the moment, the team is led by a coach who is not afraid […]

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Julie Ertz leaves the game of soccer a beloved trailblazer 

Some leave the sport they love quietly. Others fade due to injury or simply age out of the game. Julie Ertz, the now former USWNT midfielder/defender did neither.

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Bernardy is Prepared to Build on the Success of the Swim and Dive Program 

What better person to lead Wheaton swimming than someone who has been a part of the success of the past?

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Providence Legend Ed Cooley Departs: PC Forced to Turn the Page 

Even going to a school that does not compete in the Division I NCAA Tournament, it is hard not to notice its effect on everyday news in the month of March. While college basketball has delivered with the competition between the white lines, a coaching carousel in one of the country’s most competitive conferences has […]

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Another Step Backward: Canadian Women’s National Team Continues to Fight Inequities

There is not a story in the world of soccer today that is much larger than what is happening with Canadian soccer, specifically the women’s national team. Before the defending gold medalist came up short against the United States in the Sunshine State in the SheBelieves Cup opener, captain Christine Sinclair and the rest of […]

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Wheaton Athletics

Men’s Basketball Season Concludes 

Last Tuesday in Emerson Gymnasium, the Wheaton Men’s Basketball team saw its season come to a heartbreaking conclusion at the hands of Clark 73-71 in the quarterfinals of the NEWMAC conference tournament.  Brian Walmsley’s men battled Clark for two wins that were decided by single digits earlier in the season. The Lyons saw their thirteen-point […]

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Farewell For Good: Saluting the Greatest to Ever Do It

Where do you start? I still remember running around my neighborhood in sheer joy after the game that was Super Bowl LI, celebrating a player whose legacy will last decades. The people that were able to see his career unfold should take some time to appreciate it — the world will never see something like […]