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Patrice Bergeron: The Silent Veteran

By Alex Uva With Tom Brady doing the unimaginable and taking his historic career to Tampa Bay, he has now passed the torch to Patrice Bergeron as the longest-tenured athlete in the city of Boston....

Bryant Baseball Says Farwell to Coach Owens and Welcomes Coach Klosterman

By Vincenzo Castronovo   After a very successful coaching career for the baseball program at Bryant University, head coach Steve Owens, along with assistant coaches Kyle Pettoruto and Brendan Monaghan, departed for Rutgers University. This departure was shocking for the entire Bryant community, due to the major positive impact that...

Sad End for Spring Club Sports

By Eliza Nuestro On March 12, Bryant Club Sports student-athletes, coaches, parents, and staff received an email from Nicholas Schleicher, Assistant Athletic Director for Recreation of Bryant University, stating that the University has suspended all...

Bryant Women’s Lacrosse 2018 Preview

By Francesca Smigliani This past Thursday night, the Lady Bulldogs lined up at the half time of the Men’s Basketball game for the acceptance of their NEC Championship rings from the 2017 season. The Women’s...

Dana White Declares “Fight Island” Promise Will Be Fulfilled

By Michael Vescera The Coronavirus pandemic has put a halt on all recent sporting events due to social distancing regulations. The NBA, NHL, and MLB seasons, along with others, have been suspended indefinitely. This has...

Club Sports Update: Bryant Men’s Rugby

By Bobbie DiScuillo The Men’s Rugby Team kicked off Alumni Weekend at Bryant University with a strong win against Stonehill College around 10:00 AM Saturday morning.   Senior Ricky Hollis gave the Bulldogs an early lead...

Bryant’s Lacrosse Teams: 2018 Preview

By Matthew Amaral Last year was a productive one for Bryant University Lacrosse as both Men’s and Women’s won the Northeast Conference and made appearances in the NCAA tournament. Going into the 2018 season, both...

Coronavirus Catches Up With the Formula One 2020 Season

By Alexis Sherwin Not even the 200 mph speeds of Formula One cars can outrun the coronavirus pandemic. Sporting events across the globe are being postponed and cancelled because of the coronavirus. Formula One was...

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