Men’s and women’s basketball face off against Misericordia in this year’s pink game

By Andrew Beers Sports Editor On Feb. 9, the DeSales basketball teams hosted their seasonal Pink Game in hopes to raise money for cancer awareness. A video was uploaded to the DeSales athletic page online to explain the event and what it aims to do. The athletes in the video explained who they were raising funds for while portraying a simple poster that had the name or … [Read more...]

Baseball swinging into a new season

By Andrew Beers Sports Editor With the DeSales baseball team selected second in the MAC conference preseason poll, head coach Timothy Neiman is expecting a phenomenal season. The Bulldogs are looking to smash the competition and their rival Misericordia University, who is seeded first in the conference. Last season, the baseball team finished the season 29-15 overall and … [Read more...]

Fall Round-up: Bulldogs Dominate season Play

By Kari Condel Sports Editor Togetherness has been a common theme strung throughout the fall season of sports. Our DeSales Bulldogs have faced all challenges with grit, determination and unity. The love of the game has been driving force for all athletes, carrying them through preseason, long practices and tough games. Volleyball 2018 Record: 23-9 (Freedom … [Read more...]

Summers’ runs for fun

By Chris Shaddock Editor-in-Chief Within any race ran by DeSales’ men’s cross country team, the most interesting moment is seeing sophomore Will Summers. Typically hanging out of the front group of the race, he is an elf compared to the much larger runners. Despite this, he slips and shoves his way through packs of people and hawks down every runner he can at the finish … [Read more...]

DeSales hosts Special Olympics Eastern Fall Sectional

By Bridget Walsh Managing Editor On Sunday Oct. 14, DeSales hosted this year’s Special Olympics Eastern Fall Sectional. The event ran throughout the day at various locations on campus and at Southern Lehigh High School down the road from campus. It also included five sports, over 500 volunteers, spectators and coaches, and most importantly around 800 athletes. Since … [Read more...]