Early Prominence: Jaspers Lacrosse’s Young Program Contains a Rich History

By Andrew Mannion, Staff Writer Building up a lacrosse program in the NCAA is no simple feat, especially at the Division I level. Manhattan lacrosse has used each year of its time going from a team that joined Division I not even a quarter century ago, to the team that is now at the top of the MAAC.  The team started in 1877, when Manhattan … Continue reading Early Prominence: Jaspers Lacrosse’s Young Program Contains a Rich History

Jaspers Lacrosse 2022 MAAC Championship Marks a Big Turnaround For the Program

By Andrew Mannion, Staff Writer Everything can change over seven years. In the years between 2015 and today, the Manhattan College men’s lacrosse team went from six straight losing seasons to winning the 2022 MAAC championship. Seven years ago, Manhattan hired Drew Kelleher and John Odierna to be the head coach and assistant coach of the men’s lacrosse team respectively, replacing former Jaspers head coach, … Continue reading Jaspers Lacrosse 2022 MAAC Championship Marks a Big Turnaround For the Program

Manhattan Men’s Lacrosse Prepares for Their Revenge Season 

By Maddie Mulkigian, Contributor May 8, 2021, is a day that is ingrained in every mind of the members of the Manhattan College men’s lacrosse team. The devastating loss to Monmouth University in the MAAC Championship has built a chip on each team member’s shoulder as they prepare for the 2022 season.  After eight months of rebuilding and overcoming the loss from last year, the … Continue reading Manhattan Men’s Lacrosse Prepares for Their Revenge Season 

Men’s Lacrosse ‘Culture’ is Changing Perception of Program

by, Pete Janny, Sports Editor There’s a different type of buzz surrounding the Manhattan men’s lacrosse program that has been missing over the last decade if not longer. The rapid growth of the program has made for the best story out of Manhattan athletics this school year and perhaps even in recent memory. Far from an urban pastime, the Jaspers are making lacrosse cool in … Continue reading Men’s Lacrosse ‘Culture’ is Changing Perception of Program

Former Manhattan Lacrosse Star Kelson Borisenko Turns Pro

by, Whit Anderson, Asst. Sports Editor Not too long ago, Kelson Borisenko was just a student with a vision. But through hard work and dedication, his vision has become a reality. Fast forward to today, and the former Manhattan lacrosse star is now a professional athlete. Borisenko was taken in the fourth round of the 2020 National Lacrosse League Draft as the 64th overall selection … Continue reading Former Manhattan Lacrosse Star Kelson Borisenko Turns Pro

Sean MacKinney: Member of the 2018 MAAC All-Rookie Lacrosse Team

by Alexa Schmidt, Asst. A&E Editor Sean MacKinney is a sophomore finance major who plays for the men’s lacrosse team at Manhattan College. Originally from Martinsville, New Jersey, MacKinney quickly got used to being on Manhattan College’s campus. MacKinney also quickly got used to D1 lacrosse as he had an immensely successful rookie season. He played in all 14 games and started in 13 of them. He … Continue reading Sean MacKinney: Member of the 2018 MAAC All-Rookie Lacrosse Team

Michael Zingaro Concludes Highly Successful College Lacrosse Career

by JOE LIGGIO, Asst. Editor As senior Michael Zingaro’s career as a Division I lacrosse player has come to an end, he has a lot to look back on during his time as goaltender for Manhattan College. Zingaro, an accounting major on the men’s lacrosse team, has ranked within the top-10 nationally and in the top-two in the MAAC in saves per game the last three … Continue reading Michael Zingaro Concludes Highly Successful College Lacrosse Career

Humble 100: Parker Giarratana Scores 100th Career Point

Nearly a decade has passed since the Manhattan College men’s lacrosse team has seen another 100-point scorer. However, less than a month ago Parker Giarratana put an end to that streak. A junior attacker and native Floridian, Giarratana scored his 100th point on the road against the Bellarmine University Knights in Chester, Pa. on Feb. 24. The unassisted goal was scored in the second quarter, … Continue reading Humble 100: Parker Giarratana Scores 100th Career Point

Sophomore Luke Hanson Talks About Balancing Academics and a Divsion 1 Career

by C. GARRETT KEIDEL, Asst. Editor Luke Hanson is an accounting major from Middletown, N.Y. In his sophomore year playing lacrosse, he has continued his success on the team. After a freshman season where he scored eight goals and had nine assists in 14 games, he has taken a step forward by already scoring eight goals and adding eight assists in eight games. The Quadrangle: … Continue reading Sophomore Luke Hanson Talks About Balancing Academics and a Divsion 1 Career