Track and field prepares for MACs at home

By Bridget Walsh Staff Writer In the outdoor track and field season, the men’s track and field team has competed in seven meets as of May 1, and they are anxiously preparing to host the MAC Conference meet from May 4–6. At the Tribe Invitational hosted by William & Mary in Williamsburg, Va., the Bulldogs placed second out of three teams. It was at this meet that … [Read more...]

Women’s lacrosse: History in the making

By Kari Condel and James Evans Staff Writers “The thought of our 21 players making history here at DeSales prior to the first draw gave me goosebumps and brought tears to my eyes,” said coach Rachel Smith. Although the season is far from over, the women’s lacrosse team made DeSales history, as they commenced their inaugural season. Before their first ever game in … [Read more...]

“Help me dedicate this race to you”- Patrick Ludlow breaks DeSales’ seven-year-old, 800-meter record

By James Evans Staff Writer At the Robert J. Kane Invitational on Feb. 12 sophomore runner Patrick Ludlow broke DeSales’ seven-year-old, 800-meter record. The former record holder, Paul Ecker, ran a 1:57.96 in 2010, which Ludlow was able to best by .24 seconds in his historic race. The 800 meter race is one of the most interesting track events. Converging at a … [Read more...]

ESPN’s Doug Glanville discusses social, racial injustice

By Steve Manzo Staff Writer On Thursday, Feb. 16, DeSales had the honor of hosting the retired Major League Baseball player Doug Glanville. In his MLB career, he played a combined total of nine seasons with the Philadelphia Phillies, Chicago Cubs and Texas Rangers. Since then he has kept himself busy with writing his own novel titled “The Game From Where I Stand,” … [Read more...]