Senior Brendan Cronin becomes first Lafayette golfer to be named Patriot League Scholar-Athlete of the Year

After an outstanding four-year career at Lafayette, senior golfer Brendan Cronin was named the Patriot League Scholar-Athlete of the Year last week, the first Lafayette golfer to win the prestigious award. Cronin was also named to the All-League First Team after leading the Leopards through an unprecedented spring season, his first such award. “It boils […]

Athletic Director Sherryta Freeman reflects on an unorthodox spring season

The spring 2021 semester was a season that student-athletes will not soon forget. The condensed calendar, limited travel, and fluctuating schedule for practices and games were issues that all athletes had to deal with. Most were happy to take on the extra burden in order to play their sports, regardless of the circumstances. Athletic Director […]

Lafayette athletics releases updated diversity, equity, and inclusion plan

This past week, the athletic department released their diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives, another step forward in the department’s effort to combat racial injustice in Lafayette athletics. The latest update in the initiative are the pillars of the DEI plan, which consist of education, representation, awareness, support & programming and resources & pledges. The pillars […]

Natalie Kucowski ’21 selected 35th overall in the WNBA draft by reigning champs Seattle Storm

With so much in flux this year, one thing stayed constant: senior forward Natalie Kucowski dominated the game of basketball. And now, in addition to her numerous accolades, records, and countless double-doubles this past year, Kucowski has been drafted to the Seattle Storm WNBA team. “As it got further and further into the draft with […]

Lafayette welcomes Lehigh to Fisher Stadium for 156th Rivalry game

After a 25-point loss at the hands of conference foe Bucknell two weeks ago, the Leopards welcome rival Lehigh to Fisher Stadium tomorrow for the 156th meeting of college football’s most-played rivalry. The highly-anticipated matchup was postponed a week due to a positive COVID-19 test within the Lafayette program. Lafayette is 1-1 during an abbreviated […]

Recent TikTok video highlights gender-based inequities in the NCAA

In a year marked by change and the continued fight for equality, it is unfortunately no surprise to see women dealing with second-rate treatment, even at some of the highest levels of competition. This past week as men’s and women’s college basketball programs began competing in the NCAA March Madness tournament, a video began circulating […]