Forward Sasha Sunday ’19 put in the thrilling game-winner against Wentworth Institute of Technology.
After losing the first game of the season, the Judges bounced back on the road with a win over Lasell College.
■ Joshua Handler ’19 played the role of hero on Sunday, scoring the game winning goal in double overtime.
■ After six years of great showings, but no rings, the Los Angeles Clippers must finally start over again.
■ Right side hitter Marissa Borgert ’21 dominated in her Judges debut with 22 assists against Wellesley College.
The Cavaliers’ chokehold on the Eastern conference title is slowly slipping out of their grasp.
■ Emily Bryson ’19 earned a seventh-place finish in the 1500-meter run at the NEIAAC meet.
■ Pitcher Scottie Todd ’20 continued her impressive rookie season with over six innings of relief work.
■ The Washington Nationals have dominated with an incredible offensive attack early in the 2017 season.
The Boston Celtics defeated the Washington Wizards in a thrilling seven game series.
The Milwaukee Brewers request your attention. Very quietly, they’ve emerged this season as a team on the precipice of playoff contention.
■ The softball team crushed Colby College by scores of 11-0 and 5-2 in a double-header this past weekend.
■ The baseball team found its groove with an impressive upset victory over Western New England University.
■ Milwaukee Brewers first baseman Eric Thames has been unstoppable at the plate to open the 2017 season.
■ Irie Gourde ’17 crushed the 100-meter dash on Sunday, coming in third place with a time of 11.02.
The opening round of the National Basketball Association playoffs consisted of many exciting matchups that nearly became upsets at times, but ultimately finished with top teams as victors.
■ Middle infielder Victor Oppenheimer ’20 scored twice in an 8-2 victory over Bridgewater State University.
■ The softball team was swept by Washington University in St. Louis, falling to 4-9 in conference play.
■ Irie Gourde ’17 came in second in the 400-meter dash with an impressive time of 47.82 this past weekend.
■ The women’s tennis team finished its strong regular season with an outstanding overall record of 15-5.