By Marco La Vecchia Four years ago, the Salesian Volleyball team went undefeated in the regular season and fought hard in the championship. Covid took over the next season. And the Season after that was comparable to the NBA’s “bubble.” So what has become of the team now that many of covid’s restrictions are over? … Continue reading Why Be Hype About Salesian Volleyball!!
Colin McGee ‘22 March is a month of change. The rising temperatures make many happy and energized. In the sports world, March can also be a time of madness! March is when the largest spectacle in college athletics, "March Madness," takes place. March Madness is a single-game elimination tournament that whittles down 64 hopeful college … Continue reading The Madness of March
Colin McGee '22 After over five long thrilling months of NFL football, a Super Bowl champion has been crowned. The Los Angeles Rams are once again on top of the football world with a 23-20 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl LVI. Despite trailing for the majority of the second half, the Rams … Continue reading The Super Bowl Champion Rams and the Shift in NFL Strategy
Christopher Moronta '22 As we enter a new year, the heavily awaited Fifa World Cup approaches closer as this year it will be held in Qatar from November 21 to December 18, 2022. 15 teams have already qualified for the 32-team competition including: QatarArgentina Belgium Brazil Croatia Denmark EnglandFrance Germany Iran The NetherlandsSerbia South Korea Spain Switzerland Qualifiers are still taking place all across the … Continue reading The Road to the Fifa World Cup 2022
Ricardo De Jesus '22 With the start of Spring Training less than three weeks away, it seems that the MLB Lockout is nowhere near its conclusion. On December 2nd, 2021, the MLB owners voted to enact a lockout after the expiration of the 2016 Collective Bargaining Agreement. Owners halted all baseball activities and prevented players … Continue reading MLB LOCKOUT: When Will It End?