Baseball concludes series at Davidson with win after two losses: Leopards bring home three runs in the ninth to seal win

Lafayette baseball began their season in Davidson, N.C., with a three-game series against team Davidson College. Davidson was a Super Regionals team last season, meaning they were in the final 16 teams in the NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament. The Leopards earned their first win of the season (6-3) in their third game against the […]

Men’s lacrosse brings home first win of the season: Brothers Adam and Matt Close put up half of team’s goals

The Lafayette men’s lacrosse team earned their first win of the season last Saturday, beating NJIT 10-8, bringing their record to an even 1-1. The Leopards traveled to Madison, N.J. for the contest where brothers and teammates, senior Matt and sophomore Adam Close, stood out for their performances. The brothers scored 5 of the team’s […]

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 […]

Lafayette lacrosse gears up: a preview of the women’s and men’s seasons

Women’s Lacrosse (first game on Feb. 11) 2017 Season Record: 10-8 Players to Watch: Keep an eye out for junior attacker Jane Kirby, junior attacker and midfielder Emma Novick and junior midfielder Hannah Davey, as they were all featured on this year’s Patriot League preview. Last year, Kirby was selected to the All-Patriot League Second […]

Students shave heads, raise money for childhood cancer research during basketball game

During halftime of the men’s basketball game, many Lafayette students, alumni and families from the Easton community gathered in the Kirby atrium for another important battle – to help defeat childhood cancer. This was Lafayette’s sixth annual Shave for the Brave fundraiser, which raised money for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, an organization which aims to raise money […]

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 […]

Bold predictions: unexpected outcomes for the NFL season

With the NFL season in its final stretch, sports writers AJ Traub, Hannah Greaves, and Henry Schweber make their fearless forecasts. AJ Traub: Jacksonville Jaguars (8-4) and Los Angeles Chargers (6-6) both win their divisions, one of them upsets the Pittsburgh Steelers in the playoffs. Jacksonville has been impressive all season, especially in their decisive […]