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RWU freshman Rachel Borzone played volleyball throughout her life, pictured above in a match she competed in with her high school.

For the love of the game

October 8, 2020

Field hockey seniors teach freshmen the importance of cherishing moments

Megan Julian, Sports Editor

October 1, 2020

Freshmen and seniors on athletic teams this season have two totally different perspectives on what competing at the collegiate level looks like. One thing these players had in common is they entered a season that was full of quest...

New regulations implemented for athletic trainers during COVID-19

Kristen Dansereau, Sports Manager

October 1, 2020

The adjusted fall season is in full swing at Roger Williams University and staff in the athletic training rooms have been adapting to changes accordingly. With just one trainer and five athletes allowed in an athletic training...

MLB gears up for postseason amidst lackluster viewership

Andrew Hart, Herald Reporter

October 1, 2020

The MLB postseason began on Sept. 29. The promotion for this year's postseason was much different than past seasons, according to fans like junior Nick Zwerle. There have been concerns surrounding the popularity of the MLB over ...

First week of practices complete

Megan Julian, Sports Editor

September 17, 2020

Athletes and coaches have begun to feel a little bit of normalcy this past week with practices returning for fall sports. According to Athletic Director Kiki Jacobs, the department is allowing teams to practice up to four days p...

Meet the freshmen: Niall Shea

Kristen Dansereau, Sports Manager

September 17, 2020

Niall Shea of Portsmouth, Rhode Island is a freshman on RWU's men’s soccer team this year. Besides the competitive nature of the soccer team, Shea came to RWU for the competitiveness of the Engineering and Business program...

Uncertainty adds to intrigue for NFL season

Andrew Hart, Sports Reporter

September 17, 2020

The return of professional sports to television screens and social media feeds have given people a sense of normalcy during uncharted times. The NFL kicked off its season on Sept. 10, regaining its hold of Americans’ attentio...

Meet the freshmen: Aidan Maguire

Kristen Dansereau, Sports Manager

September 10, 2020

Aidan Maguire, freshman on the cross-country and track and field teams from Brookline, New Hampshire, came to RWU for three main reasons. He wanted to study within the engineering program. He also wanted a close community a...

Fall sports return with new restrictions

Megan Julian, Sports Editor

September 10, 2020

Men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s cross-country, field hockey, sailing and women’s tennis have begun practicing this week in order to prepare for their competitions, now set to be held in the spring. Back...

Hiring of Steve Nash draws concerns about coach diversity

Andrew Hart, Sports Reporter

September 10, 2020

The Brooklyn Nets recently announced Steve Nash as their new head coach, signing the former two-time MVP to a four-year deal on Sept. 3. Reaction to the signing was mixed, with some applauding the Nets for signing a respected leader and all-time great point guard while others questioned the selection due to limited coaching experience compared to other available ...

Possible return of intramural sports

Megan Julian, Sports Editor

September 3, 2020

On Aug. 31, an email sent out by Marty Kelly, men’s lacrosse coach and intramural and recreational coordinator, addressed that the university is trying to bring back intramural sports for the fall semester. “We are still...

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