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Softball suffers loss to Red Foxes

Fairfield softball dropped the first game of their supposed doubleheader against Marist College at a score of 10-0. The second game of the day was rained out. In their first game of Metro-Atlantic Athletic...
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Women’s basketball beats Black Bears

The Fairfield women’s basketball team defeated the Maine Black Bears in the Women’s Basketball Invitational quarterfinal game at a score of 63-50 on Saturday afternoon. Senior Katie Cizynski posted her...

Signings: the star of NFL offseason

Like any other NFL offseason, this one has seen good players switch teams and chase the dollar bills that they so desire. While this NFL offseason did not have a multitude of valuable free agents, many teams had to cut players to open up cap space.

Men’s lacrosse beats two formidable foes

The 19th-ranked Fairfield men's lacrosse team overcame a second-half Stony Brook University comeback to defeat the Seawolves 15-13 on Saturday. Sophomore TJ Neubauer led the Stags with a career-high five goals to pace his team to victory.
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Senior Week will not be dry

The final highlight of every graduating class takes place in the week between the end of finals and commencement. Senior Week offers seniors the opportunity to enjoy friends, reflect on their time together and celebrate their accomplishments as they prepare for life after college.

Sad end in Springfield

In the first round of the MAAC Tournament, the no. 10 Fairfield men’s basketball team lost to the no. 7 St. Peter’s Peacocks on a game-winning three-point shot from Desi Washington ’15 in overtime. Washington hit the shot with just 1.4 seconds left on the clock to preserve the Peacocks a 65-62 victory and a spot in the next round of the tournament.
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Another bump in the road for Knicks

Just when fans thought that the season could not get any worse for the New York Knicks, their starting point guard, Raymond Felton, was arrested on gun charges early Tuesday morning after a loss to the Dallas Mavericks. He was charged with second and third-degree criminal possession of a firearm, which are felonies, and fourth-degree possession of a firearm, a misdemeanor.