The cheers and claps from the crowd are the most exhilarating sounds an athlete can hear. From smaller claps on the golf course to shouts and screams on the field, athletes thrive on the support of their closest family, friends and fans. For the majority of the spring season, the […]
Author: Marin Dremock
Tiger’s Hopeful Return: A look at if the 82-time PGA Tour winner will come back to pro golf.
Who is the golfer tied for the most PGA tour wins? Who has won the Masters Tournament five times, the PGA Championship four times, and the US Open and the British Open both three times? Tiger Woods is the professional golfer to accomplish these feats and many more. But a […]
Student Athlete Spotlight: Sophomore Jack Mangene talks golf, community, and God.
Sophomore golfer and exercise science major, Jack Mangene, juggles a hectic schedule, social life, and Division III athletic career. Firing a 74 in his first tournament of the season, Mangene has golf down to a “tee” – pun definitely intended. While still putting the work in at his sport, Mangene […]
The History of March Madness: A look at the origins of the NCAA tournament.
March Madness: for basketball fans across the United States, this is their favorite time of year. For Division I college basketball players, this is the most important time of the year. All of their commitment, dedication, and constant hard work has a chance to pay off in hopes of becoming […]
What It Means To Be a Christian Athlete: A reflection on how God’s glory and athletes’ faith shines through sports.
I wear a cross around my neck at all times. Not only is this an avowal of my identity as a Greek Orthodox Christian, but it’s a reminder that Christ is with me at all times, good and bad. As Christian athletes, our athletic abilities are given to us through […]
Carson Wentz Leaves Philly: A look at the former Eagles QB’s future.
The Philadelphia Eagles’ supposedly fated face of the franchise has moved on. After several up and down years in Philly filled with injury, loss, and inconsistency, quarterback Carson Wentz was traded to the Indianapolis Colts in exchange for two draft picks. Wentz, a former MVP candidate on the 2017 Super […]
EU Men’s Lacrosse: Overcoming quarantine adversity in preparation for the spring season.
From February 1 to March 2, the Eastern University Men’s Lacrosse team was not in one piece. Different players were in quarantine at different times due to COVID-19 exposure. When the spring season was approaching, the team being thrust back to their homes or isolated in Doane Hall was not […]
From Radiation to the Rink: Oskar Lindblom’s incredible return to hockey.
Everyone loves a comeback story. When the comeback is conquering cancer, everyone loves the story even more. Philadelphia Flyers’ forward Oskar Lindblom can tell a story of his own. Through 30 games in the 2019–2020 NHL season, Lindblom proved himself as a top player, scoring 11 goals and 18 points. […]
Tampa Tom: Takeaways from Super Bowl LV.
Raymond James Stadium erupted in cheers Sunday, February 7, and only some of it was for The Weeknd’s Halftime Show performance. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers took Super Bowl LV, defeating the Kansas City Chiefs, 31–9. This win marked the second in Tampa’s franchise history, the fourth of tight end Rob […]
The Super Bowl: A look at America’s favorite advertisements.
Do you ever remember getting a certain song stuck in your head? How about a commercial? Do you also remember seeing this commercial broadcast during a particular football game on the first Sunday of February? There’s a large chance that the earworm you’re experiencing is the cause of a Super […]