Stags fall to Bucknell in overtime

Malcolm Gilbert '15

Silence traveled throughout Webster Bank Arena as the Bisons of Bucknell University took the Fairfield Stags to overtime and left with a victory. Bucknell defeated Fairfield 72-66, led by guard Chris Haas who had 18 points, six of which came

Women’s basketball falls in second home game


Although the Fairfield women’s basketball team played neck and neck with Cornell last Monday, the game came to a disappointing ending as the Big Red defeated the Stags 58-47. Heading into the game, expectations were high. The Stags were looking

Volleyball falls in three-peat attempt

Fairfield Volleyball

Last week, the Fairfield women’s volleyball team began their adventure toward a third consecutive Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Championship. However, it ended in defeat as the Stags fell to Marist 3-1 in the Tournament Semifinals. Though a three-peat did not

Ray Rice gets reinstated into the NFL

Ray Rice

Disgraced former NFL running back Ray Rice won the appeal of his suspension last Friday, allowing him to return to the game and sign with any team that wants him. The question is, will any NFL team sign him?  Is

Club frisbee: creating a larger presence

Ultimate Frisbee is an up-and-coming club sport at Fairfield. It is played by throwing a Frisbee disc to teammates in order to score points with defenders in your face, not unlike football. It takes much skill, but can be picked

Stag Spotlight: Swimming and Diving’s Jay Cook ’15 and Kevin Kett ’15

Jay Cook '15 and Kevin Kett '15

What got you first interested in swimming? Cook: My parents made me do it. I stayed with it because of friends. Kett: My parents made me do it. I have an older sister who’s also in the sport.   What