Newcomers Lifts Men’s Soccer to Hot Start

Newcomers Lifts Men’s Soccer to Hot Start By Bryson Eldridge – Co-Managing-Editor Scranton men’s soccer retooled offense behind a mix of newcomers and returners has propelled them off to a hot start.   The Royals are 3-1-1 starting almost matching the win total last year of four. The reason for this is the revamped offensive attack.   […]

Women’s Basketball Gets a New Head Coach 

Women’s Basketball Gets a New Head Coach By Bryson Eldridge – Co-Managing-Editor   Ben O’Brien will take over the reins as the new head coach of the University of Scranton women’s basketball team.   O’Brien steps up from the high school ranks from Dunmore High School. O’Brien coached the Lady Bucks to 13 league championships, 10 […]

Sophomores Buhler, Dowling Lead Women’s Golf At Conferences

Sophomores Buhler, Dowling Lead Women’s Golf At Conferences By Luke Shannon | Sports Editor SCRANTON – The conference championship represents the end of many athletic seasons. For women’s golf Saturday and Sunday, it represented a look at the future. Sophomores Madalyne Buhler and Victoria Dowling led the way on championship weekend for the University of […]

The Jesuit Cinderella story that baffles basketball fans

The Jesuit Cinderella story that baffles basketball fans By Jackson Feiner | Staff Writer If you’ve been online or turned on the news in the last couple of weeks, chances are you have probably heard of the St. Peter’s Peacock’s historic Cinderella story in the NCAA March Madness Tournament. St. Peter’s University is a small […]

‘Hard Work’ Powers Zientek to All-D3 Team

‘Hard Work’ Powers Zientek to All-D3 Team By Luke Shannon | Sports Editor In a week where his team went 3-0 against Ithaca and conference opponent Moravian, Corey Zientek earned national recognition for his role in those games. The sophomore outfielder had 8 hits in 12 at-bats for a .667 batting average over the week. […]

Stepnowski Leads Softball to Double-Header Sweep of NYU

Stepnowski Leads Softball to Double-Header Sweep of NYU By Luke Shannon | Sports Editor Scranton entered the day 1-1, missing several key players with the stomach bug. Its offense had only produced five runs in those first two games. Twenty-two runs later, huge performances from many on that same offense powered the Royals back into the […]

Stepnowski Leads Softball to Double-Header Sweep of NYU By Luke Shannon| News Editor Scranton entered the day 1-1, missing several key players with the stomach bug. Its offense had only produced five runs in those first two games. Twenty-two runs later, huge performances from many on that same offense powered the Royals back into the win […]

Women’s Lacrosse ‘Excited’ to get Season Started

Women’s Lacrosse ‘Excited’ to get Season Started By Luke Shannon | Sports Editor Down 7-4 entering the third period, it is easy to see how this win was exciting for members of the women’s lacrosse team. Devyn Tanajewski scored the first two goals of the third period to reverse the course of the game and […]

Easter Athletic Exception for First Time in Years

Easter Athletic Exception for First Time in Years by Gabriela Fitzpatrick | Staff Writer SCRANTON — For the first time in years, athletics were in full swing at the University of Scranton during the Easter holiday. From May 2 to 4, University sporting events continued on despite it being Easter break. Lacrosse, track and field, […]

Lady Royals Take Seventh Consecutive Landmark Title

Lady Royals Take Seventh Consecutive Landmark Title By: Luke Shannon | Staff Writer The Scranton women’s basketball continued its Landmark Conference dominance in a narrow win over the Catholic Cardinals Saturday. The 56-55 win vaulted the Royals to their seventh consecutive, and ninth total, Landmark championship. The Royals were clicking early, scoring nine unanswered points […]