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New York University's independent student newspaper, established in 1973.

Washington Square News

An illustration of purple players participating in volleyball, basketball, soccer and track on a yellow background.

Men’s volleyball honors seniors, track and field win multiple meets and other news

Here’s what you need to know from the past week in NYU athletics. This week: March 25 - 31.
Jonathan Mak, Deputy Sports Editor April 1, 2024

Baseball NYU’s baseball team lost its first UAA matchup this past weekend in St. Louis, Missouri.  The Violets lost the quadruple-header 1-3 against Washington University...

A softball player in a black-and-purple uniform in the process of hitting a ball.

NYU softball gears up for a promising season

The Violets are working on integrating the team’s new first-years and building team unity.
Sidney Snider, Staff Writer March 28, 2024

NYU softball has returned to action for the 2024 season, with a current record of 5-9. After ending last year with a 19-19 record, the Violets are looking to improve this year...

A softball player runs across a field while wearing a helmet and a purple jersey with the text “N.Y.U.” on it.

NYU softball catches fire in second half of season

The Violets have won 12 of their last 14 games.
Malone Lohmann, Staff Writer March 30, 2023

As NYU’s softball team slides into the second half of the season, confidence and performance continue to reign. After a 17-20 finish last season, the Violets are off to a hot...

Stern junior Jack Walter in a game against RPI on April 8.

Weekly Sports Update: April 1 to April 8

Warner Radliff and Bela Kirpalani, Deputy Sports Editors April 9, 2018
An update on all things NYU Athletics over the past week.
Steinhardt junior Diana King in Washington Square Park. King excels as pitcher and centerfielder for the softball team.

Diana King, Queen of the Softball Field

Bela Kirpalani, Deputy Sports Editor April 2, 2018
Softball player promotes healthy lifestyle via Instagram.
Kat Piorkowski, who plays for NYU softball, and Zach Cohen, who plays for NYU baseball sharing a cute moment.

Sporting Love: The Couples of NYU Athletics

Nalani Ogawa, Staff Writer February 12, 2018
An inside look on the couples of NYU Athletics.
SPS sophomore Ashley Mains had a two-run triple in the March 29 game against Stevens Institute of Technology.

Weekly Sports Update: March 27 to April 2

Sierra Jackson, Managing Editor April 3, 2017
NYU's track team had a great showing at the Roadrunner Invitational, with several Violets placing well in their races.
With the closing of Coles, many NYU sports teams will have to move Palladium for practices and games.

Coles closure from the athletes’ perspective

Ashley Arnold, Staff Writer November 17, 2015
Coles will be closing down soon and student athletes will have to deal with the repercussions.

Baseball, softball improve as season draws to a close

Michael Thompson, Staff Writer April 30, 2015
As the baseball and softball teams approach the end of their season, they look to finish strong and build for next year.
Scott Hilbrandt bats against the College of Staten Island on Sunday.

Rough weekend for baseball, softball

Kyle Luther, Deputy Sports Editor April 27, 2015
The NYU baseball and softball teams were both in action on Monday.
Sage Scheiwiller pitched the team’s first ever no-hitter on Sunday.

Pitcher shares devotion to softball

Kathryn Jones, Contributing Writer April 16, 2015
Sage Scheiwiller, the first pitcher to throw a no hitter for NYU softball, sits down to talk about life outside the chalk lines.
Scheiwiller notched the programs first-ever no-hitter on Sunday.

Softball hits stride with no-hitter

Alex Bazeley, Deputy News Editor April 14, 2015
The NYU softball team has been improving game by game recently. They come into this week riding the wave of a Sage Scheiwiller no hitter.