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Saints Edge Raiders in Fourth Quarter Nail Bitter

February 24, 2010 by


By Michael Caracciolo What should have been a cakewalk for the Emmanuel Saints Women’s Basketball team Tuesday night turned out to have the ferocity and stone cold edge of a Heavyweight Title bout. The number one seed Saints faced off against the eighth seed Rivier Raiders in the Quarter finals of the GNAC playoffs looking […]

Emmanuel Women’s Basketball Team Pulls Off Upset Over Brandeis University

December 2, 2009 by


By Brendan Tyman In an impressive display of basketball, the Emmanuel Women’s Basketball team pulled off  a stunning 78-67 upset over 14th-ranked Brandeis University at the Jean Yawkey Center on Tuesday night. Senior guard Iman Davis led all scorers with 25 points. She added 10 rebounds, 7 assists, and 4 steals in the effort. The […]

EC Women’s Soccer

October 13, 2009 by


By Kaitleen Gillis Women’s Soccer played Pine Manor College this past Saturday, October 10th. Freshman Meghan Zerba scored a hat-trick to propel the Saints towards their second consecutive shut-out. Zerba began the scoring streak of the game, assisted by freshman Elizabeth Blasser, about 20 minutes into the first half. Within 5 minutes of the first […]

So You Want to Know How It’s All Going to Play Out?

April 5, 2009 by


Check out the sports staff’s preseason MLB picks.  Everything from MVP’s to the World Series Champions (guess who we picked for that). You can see the picks on the sports page!!!

Garnett Out at Least Next Four Games

March 31, 2009 by


By Brendan Tyman Kevin Garnett will be out for at least the next four games with the aggravation of the sprained knee he suffered in the battle against the Orlando Magic last Wednesday. He has sat out the last two games in Atlanta and at home versus Oklahoma City. This means that KG may be […]

Go Ahead, Rip the ACC. But Lay Off the Big East

March 22, 2009 by


Story Taken from The Democratic Fanatic: By Jim Chandley I heard plenty of criticism of the Big East and ACC leading up to this year’s Men’s BB Tournament.  As we now have the entire Sweet Sixteen set, I thought it was time to look at this critically. The ACC should take some serious lumps.  My […]

USC Rolls, Superfans Cry

March 22, 2009 by


By Jim Chandley Boston College lost its opening round game to the Trojans of USC on Friday. BC hung in most of the game, but eventually fell to the Trojans superior rebounding and defense.  The Eagles lost 72-55. The loss is one of many that hurts the Atlantic Coast Conference’s image in this year’s tournament.  […]