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Bridget Walsh – Sports Editor

Bridget Walsh is a junior at DeSales and the Sports Editor of The Minstrel. She has been a member of The Minstrel staff since she was a freshman. She majors in communications, with a focus on sports. In addition, she is a member of the women's basketball team, Character U Peer Mentor program and a content creator for the DeSales chapter of the Odyssey. This past summer, she … [Read more...]

Springing into summer: Spring Sports Preview

Bridget Walsh Sports Editor It may not feel like it outside, but it is finally time for the spring sports season to begin for our athletes. The snow is slowly melting away and teams are moving from the recreation courts inside Billera to their fields outside. After taking their respective spring break trips, our teams have returned to Center Valley prepared to complete … [Read more...]

Women’s basketball in the running for another MAC Championship

By Kari Condel Staff Writer Championship week has come and gone, with the DeSales women’s basketball team clinching its 21st consecutive spot in the MAC Freedom postseason tournament. The Bulldogs secured the two seed for the playoffs by winning-out the tiebreaker with King’s College. They defeated King’s 64-44 after opening up the game on a 16-1 run and never looking … [Read more...]

2017 Fall All-Semester Athletic Team

By Bridget Walsh Sports Editor This season saw four teams make post-season runs, two national contenders, and one MAC Conference champion. Through countless hours of practices, games and meets and travel, all of our student-athletes have survived and, better yet, thrived this semester. Several records have been shattered across all of the fall sports teams this season, … [Read more...]

Game round up: Oct. 17-26

By Bridget Walsh and Lauren Trumbull Sports Editor and News & Features Editor Tuesday, Oct. 17 The men’s soccer team recorded its 11th shutout of the season, scoring 3-0 against Delaware Valley University. Within the first 57 seconds of the game, freshman Sean Tunney scored the first and only goal in the first half after junior Max Cortina earned a free kick, … [Read more...]