Women’s Tennis Remains Undefeated

Women’s Tennis On Saturday, March 7, the NYU women’s tennis team defeated Southern Virginia University 8-1. The Violets improved to 4-0, handing the Knights their third loss of the season. The team started doubles play...

The National Women’s Soccer League Still Has Work to Do

Following three years since ex-commissioner Jeff Plush stepped down in 2017, the National Women’s Soccer League announced the appointment of Lisa Baird as the new league commissioner last week. The hiring of Baird, former...

Yes, NYU Has an Equestrian Team

Gallatin senior Lily Hitelman has been riding horses her whole life. Working with a horse and developing a sense of chemistry has always energized her, even when she had to wake up at 3:00...

NYU Women’s Basketball Qualifies for Championship

The Violets have qualified for the NCAA Division III Championship Tournament for the first time since the 2015-2016 season, where they were eliminated in the second round. They will be facing Emmanuel College in...

Is This the End of Smart Sports Commentary?

Last week, ESPN announced that it was canceling “High Noon,” a studio talk show featuring two of ESPN’s smartest commentators, after less than two years.  The company cited low viewership for the decision — the...

NYU Men’s Basketball’s Disappointing End

On Feb. 29, the loss against Brandeis University concluded a disappointing 8-17 season for the men’s basketball team. The team’s struggles were similar to last season, as their 1-13 record in the University Athletic...

Men’s Volleyball Climbs to Division III Number One

Men’s Volleyball The men’s volleyball team was ranked first in Division III on Tuesday, Feb. 25. However, NYU finished the week with a 1-1 record. On Wednesday, Feb. 26, the Violets swept Stevens Institute of...

Manchester City’s Greed Made Them Invincible — Until It Didn’t

For years, Manchester United was on top of the soccer world.  Manchester United won more trophies than any other team in England, pumped out talent like nobody else and did it all with the most...

NYU Men’s Basketball Officially Signs 11-Year-Old Isaiah Mitchell

On Monday, Feb. 17, the NYU men’s basketball team officially drafted 11-year-old Brooklyn native Isaiah Mitchell to join the Violets, per agreement with Team IMPACT, “a national nonprofit in Boston that connects children facing...

NYU Students Exhibit School Pride Through All-University Games

At NYU, where students willingly acknowledge the lack of school pride, Violet 100 — NYU's official spirit week — gives students the opportunity to experience a sense of collegiate camaraderie. On Tuesday, Feb. 18,...

Wrestling Team Claims UAA Championship

Men’s Wrestling On Saturday, Feb. 15, the men’s wrestling team defeated Case Western Reserve University and the University of Chicago, winning their first UAA Championship since 2017. Against Case Western, the Violets slaughtered the Spartans...

CAS Fencer Grant Williams Aims to Compete in 2020 Olympics

After taking a year off of school to train for the Tokyo Summer Olympics, CAS senior and fencer Grant Williams is finally ready to achieve his ultimate goal: making the U.S. Olympics team. Coming...
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