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Cochran Engages Campus Both On And Off Field

October 19, 2017 0

By Jessica Ryan ’19 Sports Editor Josh Cochran sets the bar high for every student athlete. Cochran has received presidential honors each semester, worked as a teaching assistant for both the chemistry and biology departments, […]

Women’s Soccer Defeats Lancers 1-0

September 27, 2017 0

By Jessica Ryan ’19 Sports Editor The crowd sat on the cold, wet bleachers, waiting in anticipation for some action in the women’s soccer game against Worcester State on Wednesday, September 20. The action didn’t […]

New Team Motto Spurs Fighting Scots To Success

September 27, 2017 0

By Jenny Curtiss ’20 Contributor There is something different about this year’s Gordon College Women’s Volleyball Team. They are off to a hot start with their ‘17 season underway, and they give all credit in […]

Baseball Team Unable to Hit it Off this Season

April 28, 2017 0

by Hanna Laue ‘17 Staff Writer As the season’s end is quickly approaching, Gordon’s baseball players are disappointed in how their season has panned out.   The Scots (7-16) kicked off their season in Florida […]

Riding the Bench – Lebron’s Legacy

April 28, 2017 0

by Jacob Hevenor ’17 Sports Editor With three NBA championships, four MVP awards, 13 straight All-Star selections, and even two Olympic gold medals, LeBron James’ greatness has been seemingly solidified. Somehow, however, his critics never […]

Riding the Bench – The Age of the Triple-Double

April 1, 2017 0

By Jacob Hevenor ’17 Sports Editor If anything can characterize this year’s NBA season, it would have to be the impressive individual statistics. Take, for example, the triple-double’s emergence as a common feat. Triple-doubles are […]

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