Fencing continues their success at John Hopkins

The men’s fencing team and women’s fencing freshmen Olympia Peters and Emily Cook traveled to Baltimore on Feb. 11 to compete with five other teams in the Mid-Atlantic Collegiate Fencing Association. At the meet, hosted by reigning MACFA champions Johns Hopkins, Lafayette went 3-2 overall. They defeated the University of Maryland, Navy and William and […]

Men’s hoops comes back in the second half against American

Last Saturday, men’s basketball faced off against the American University Eagles in Washington D.C.. The Leopards finished the game strong, scoring 40 points in the second half to defeat the Eagles 63-52. “The second half we locked in defensively and played really well,” freshman Justin Jaworski said. “The team moved the ball well and didn’t […]

Timeout with…Basketball forward Matt Klinewski ’18

This week The Lafayette takes a timeout with senior co-captain Matt Klinewski, who just scored his 1000th college career point. Matt Benusa: You’ve only missed one three pointer on eight attempts from beyond the arc this year, but you only shot four three-pointers before this year. What’s with the change? Matt Klinewski: I have more […]

Men’s soccer season ends at Loyola: Leopards get shut out in final match

The men’s soccer team wrapped up their season in a 1-0 loss to Patriot League champion Loyola on Nov. 4. Loyola slipped a goal past the Leopards’ senior goalkeeper Brad Seeber in the twenty-first minute for the only goal of the game, eliminating the Leopards chances at a Patriot League playoff appearance. “Unfortunately we didn’t […]