■ Sophomore saberist Andrew Mackiewicz takes home the top honors for the saber event.
■ The women’s foil squad took sixth place after battling in a narrow 45-42 loss against Vassar College.
■ Foilist Joanna Carminucci ’19 fenced her way to an impressive 10-5 record in the competition.
The fencing team held its Senior Day on Saturday as the men and women hosted several other universities in this year’s edition of the Eric Sollee Invitational.
Divisional Championship weekend in the National Football League featured four games that were decided by a single touchdown, bumping up the intrigue from the wild card games the previous weekend.
The Judges continued their strong start to the fencing season at their first Northeast Fencing Conference meet of the season in Providence, RI as the men posted a 5-0 record and the women went 6-0. The women defeated several teams that they had lost to last year, sweeping all three weapons from Sacred Heart University for a final score of 18-9.
Caroline Mattos ’16 took home the gold medal to win “the Big One” for the second time in her career.
■ Midfielder Alec Spivack ’16 scored the game-winning goal in overtime against Washington University in St. Louis.
The National Hockey League season opened on Wednesday as the defending champion Chicago Blackhawks took on the New York Rangers and lifted their championship banner.
This week, the top four Barclays Premier League teams of the 2014 to 2015 season saw their first group stage action in the Champions League, and for everyone except the defending BPL champions, things did not go particularly well. Chelsea FC was the only team that escaped with a positive result as Arsenal FC, Manchester City and Manchester United all fell in their first group games. Manchester United and Manchester City both lost on Tuesday to Dutch champions PSV Eindhoven and Italian champions Juventus, respectively. Arsenal lost on the road the next day to Dinamo Zagreb of Croatia while Chelsea defended Stamford Bridge with a win against Maccabi Tel Aviv. United could not build on a slick goal from former PSV player Memphis Depay as Eindhoven initially drew level through Hector Moreno and took the lead for good on a header from Luciano Narsingh. Unfortunately, the main story of the match was the loss of Luke Shaw after a tackle by Moreno about 15 minutes into the first half.