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Critics of UConn’s success are missing the point

Critics of UConn’s success are missing the point

By Alyana Vera, Co-opinion editor

April 28, 2016


Filed under Sports

Honestly, female athletes can’t seem to get a break. It seems like our continued presence and dominance in sports warrants negative treatment. Even when women are playing the game right, and arguably better than their male counterparts, people like Dan Shaughnessy still criticize. Mr. Shaughnessy, a co...

For Patriots, it’s wait ’til next year

For Patriots, it’s wait ’til next year

By Sriharish Pingali, Sports editor

February 23, 2016


Filed under Sports, Uncategorized

Now what? Another NFL season is gone and every team, save for the Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos, will spend the next six months assessing what prevented them from lifting the Lombardi Trophy, in the hope of fixing it. September at once seems a long time away and too close to fix all that ails...

Brady and Manning, one more time

Brady and Manning, one more time

By Sriharish Pingali, Sports editor

January 22, 2016


Filed under Sports

The greatest rivalry in the NFL will likely see its final matchup Sunday. It’s not, of course, New England vs. Denver, but Tom Brady vs. Peyton Manning. Manning and Brady are arguably the greatest players of the 21st century, so naturally, the last 16 times they’ve met, the spotlight has been...

Griffey and Piazza gain baseball immortality

Griffey and Piazza gain baseball immortality

By Billy Helenius, Correspondent

January 16, 2016


Filed under Sports

The National Baseball Hall of Fame. It’s hard to think of anything more American. Every kid who has ever picked up a baseball glove dreams of one day becoming a professional baseball player and subsequently being inducted into the Hall, to be honored with the legends of the game. A fraction of those...

Will the real Patriots please stand up?

Will the real Patriots please stand up?

By Sriharish Pingali, Sports editor

January 11, 2016


Filed under Sports

Beat the 5-10 Miami Dolphins in the final game of the regular season and clinch the top seed in the AFC playoffs. Pretty easy, right? Apparently not for the Patriots. After starting the season with 10 straight wins, most in dominant fashion, it seemed inevitable that New England would represent the...

Patriots punished and criticized for a ‘crime’ that won’t go away

Patriots punished and criticized for a ‘crime’ that won’t go away

By Nick LaPan, Sports Editor

May 27, 2015


Filed under Sports

After more than 100 days of investigating and a few days of deliberating, the NFL handed down a punishment to the New England Patriots for their role in “deflategate,” and if you’re a fan of the Patriots you probably aren’t happy with it. Deflategate—the story that stole attention from the...

Spring dreams buried beneath the snow

Spring dreams buried beneath the snow

By Nick LaPan, Sports Editor

April 10, 2015


Filed under Sports

A record-setting amount of snowfall this winter has delayed the start of many spring sports programs throughout the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA), which includes AMSA’s baseball and softball teams. The baseball team plays at Stevens Field and the softball team at Ghaloni...

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