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Kamintzky flirts with no-no

Coming into Sunday's game versus Siena, it was clear that Fairfield baseball was in need of a spark to help put an end to its six-game losing streak. They got it in the form of starting pitcher Ed Kamintsky '07. Kamintsky led the Stags to an impressive 8-2 victory at Alumni Diamond by no-hitting the Saints over the first seven innings of his outing.
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Freshmen leading softball

This is a campus on which the significance of the names Downing (sophomore lacrosse midfielder Greg) and Bocklet (teammate Mike) are rapidly approaching that of Jordan (you know who he is) and Pippen. But although that tandem of young Stags is storming into the national spotlight, another tag-team of even younger Stags is making some noise as well: freshmen softball players Julia Jacoby and Erin Frank, who, at week's end, were both among the leading performers on a team that has won 10 of its last 11 before dropping a pair of games last weekend to Manhattan.
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Editorial: JvA’s honeymoon is over

When the announcement was made that Fr. Jeffrey von Arx, S.J. would become our new president, the Fairfield community rejoiced at the prospect of having a president who was more visible, embraced diversity and supported the student body. However, Fr. von Arx's decision to cancel Alliance's same-sex marriage forum last week has made some students and faculty question his ability to do so.
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ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Lady Stags come back to rumble Broncos

After trailing by 13 points at the half, the Fairfield women's basketball team came back to beat Rider on Monday night, picking up their second MAAC win of the season. The Stags were led by sophomore guard Marybeth Chartier's career-high 20 points and Ayanna Brown's sixth double-double of the season.