DeSales bands together for Walk a Mile in Her Shoes

By Lauren Trumbull News and Features Editor On Sept. 26, 2017 the Peer Advising Counseling Education (PACE) hosted their 10th Walk a Mile in Her Shoes, which raises awareness for sexual assault and domestic violence. This year, 140 students participated in the walk, along with the women’s basketball team, the women’s lacrosse team and the men’s rugby team. “PACE … [Read more...]

Game round up: Sept. 19-28

By Bridget Walsh Sports Editor Tuesday, Sept. 19 In the Elizabethtown College Fall Invitational, the men’s golf team finished 10th out of 28 teams in the Hershey Country Club in their fall opener. The top finisher for the Bulldogs was senior Schuyler Hart who tied for 27th on a 7-over 78 day and had one birdie and 10 pars in the invitational. Freshman Jax Buist, … [Read more...]

Women’s lacrosse team steps up to help hurricane victims through Clothing drive

By Steve Manzo Staff Writer Throughout the month of September, coach Rachel Smith and the DeSales women’s lacrosse team are running a clothing drive on campus to help those affected by the latest string of devastating hurricanes including Harvey, Irma and Jose. For the past few weeks, students and faculty alike have brought their clothes over to Smith’s office in … [Read more...]

Men’s lacrosse slated second in MAC preseason polls

By Bridget Walsh Staff Writer The DeSales’ men’s lacrosse team has been selected second in the MAC Freedom Conference preseason coaches’ poll, receiving two first place votes to rank just behind conference favorite Eastern University. This preseason ranking comes after a historic season for the Bulldogs, who won six conference games, the most in program history. The … [Read more...]

Pink Warriors Strike Back

By Chris Shaddock  Sports Editor   Early in the 2016 spring semester, junior Tommy Friedman was hanging out in his room when he got a call from his mother. She explained to him that she was diagnosed with breast cancer. “I just remember being really upset,” said Friedman. “I didn’t tell many people what was happening. I told my coach, and then eventually he told … [Read more...]