High aspirations for the men’s soccer team

The Queens College men’s soccer team will begin their season this month in hopes of making it to the East Coast Conference playoffs. With last year’s leading scorer, Glen Reid, returning and an experienced backfield of thre...
by Cody Heintz
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Fresh faces and strong determination for Queens College women’s soccer team

Every year is the chance for a team to start over with a new season. They are given the opportunity to discover different ways to be successful. Finishing last year with a 10-4-4 season, the Queens College women’s soccer team...
by Tori Bowser
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Junior Arielle Dicocco leads the Lady Knights with 40 kills so far in the season.
PHOTO COURTESY BY BRIAN BALLWEG

Volleyball season off to a sizzling start

Bouncing back from a rough season can be a tough task for any team. The mental and physical draining a team endures during the long season can be daunting.  Queens College’s women’s volleyball looks to leave the results of...
by Albert Roman
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Small attendance sports games do not affect QC athletes

For some, college sports are seen as more important than professional sports because college athletes have a determined game that is not motivated by money. The NCAA Tournament is even called March Madness for the excitement it...
by Albert Roman
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Knights looking to go .500 for the first time in 15 years

Queens College baseball season is underway and the team is looking to bounce back from a 15-27 record last season. Led by a new coach, but a familiar face, QC alumnus Chris Reardon takes on the head coach position with new pitc...
by Albert Roman
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This was Darryl Jacobs first season as head coach for Queens College men's basketball team
Photo courtesy by Michael Balestra

New coach brings an improving season

At the beginning of this season, it seemed like there was no light at the end of the tunnel for the Queens College men’s basketball team. The team lost 12 of their games, both conference and nonconference matches, before gain...
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