Jaspers Track & Field Closed Out the Indoor Season at the ECAC/IC4A Championships

By Kelly Cwik, Staff Writer The Jaspers Track & Field Team closed out the first indoor track season since 2019-2020 at the ECAC/IC4A Championships. The team traveled to Boston University to compete on March 5 and 6.  At the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC), the women’s track and field team tied for 18th place out of 21 teams on day two of the competition. On … Continue reading Jaspers Track & Field Closed Out the Indoor Season at the ECAC/IC4A Championships

Player Profile: Senior Pole Vaulter Lilly Brown Overcomes Adversity and Sets Her Own Goals

By Nicole Fitzsimmons, News Editor Senior pole vaulter Lilly Brown has been adding extra spark and commitment to the Manhattan College track and field team for the past four years. Since she stepped on the track in Draddy, her career has been full of hardships and unexpected challenges, yet she still continues to progress and grow as an athlete, student and person. As an economics … Continue reading Player Profile: Senior Pole Vaulter Lilly Brown Overcomes Adversity and Sets Her Own Goals

Track and Field is Persevering Through Unconventional Season

by, Kelly Kennedy and Samantha Walla, Asst. Social Media Editor & Senior Writer Looking down the line of an unconventional spring season of college sports, the Jaspers are equal parts excited and grateful to return to competing in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. The Manhattan track and field team is no exception. After a year since the spring track season was cut short, sending athletes … Continue reading Track and Field is Persevering Through Unconventional Season

Mikeisha Kelly Reflects on 2019 NCAA Woman of the Year Nomination

by ALEXA SCHMIDT, Features Editor This summer, Mikeisha Kelly was nominated out of 585 female college athletes to be 2019 NCAA Woman of the Year. A communication major at Manhattan College, Kelly was a four-year track and field athlete, serving as the captain and MAAC champion. Additionally, she holds a school record as a member of the indoor distance medley relay team that ran a 11:50.06 at … Continue reading Mikeisha Kelly Reflects on 2019 NCAA Woman of the Year Nomination

Jasper Athletics Summer Wrap Up

by C. GARRETT KEIDEL, Sports Editor Women’s Lacrosse The search for the Jasper’s next women’s lacrosse head coach came to a close with an  announcement from Athletic Director, Marianne Reilly, that Jenna Dingler will be taking over the role. Before coming to Manhattan, Dingler was a standout at Lock Haven University with a duo of NCAA Division II National Championship appearances, also coaching the last two … Continue reading Jasper Athletics Summer Wrap Up

Lisa Fajardo Wins Metropolitan Championship, Leads Jaspers at MAAC Championship

by Shannon Gleba, Copy Editor Throughout her fourth and final collegiate cross country season, senior Lisa Fajardo has continued to prove herself as an important asset to Manhattan College athletics. In October, Fajardo participated in both the Metropolitan Championship, as well as the MAAC Championship. The Met Championship took place on Oct. 12 at Manhattan’s home course of Van Cortlandt Park, and MAAC Championships took place on … Continue reading Lisa Fajardo Wins Metropolitan Championship, Leads Jaspers at MAAC Championship

Hali Ielfield Makes Presence Known with Performance at Paul Short Run

by August Kissel, Web Editor Hali Ielfield is a freshman who is taking the Manhattan College cross country team by storm. In the first month of the season, she finished third out of 124 runners at the Fordham Fiasco 5K race on Sept. 8 and 14th out of 353 runners at the Paul Short Run 6K race on Sept. 29. The Quadrangle caught up with her following … Continue reading Hali Ielfield Makes Presence Known with Performance at Paul Short Run

Matt Centrowitz Returns Back to Where It All Started to Bolster Running Program

by John Jackson Sports Editor Manhattan College had a reunion this past August with a former Jasper student-athlete who has accomplished numerous things over the last 44 years since he attended college in Riverdale. That former Jasper, Matt Centrowitz, was named director of the college’s cross country and track and field programs beginning on Aug. 1. Centrowitz has had a storied running and coaching career. As a … Continue reading Matt Centrowitz Returns Back to Where It All Started to Bolster Running Program

Summer Break Sports Recap: New Coaches, Alumni Success and More

by JOHN JACKSON, Sports Editor A lot has happened around Manhattan College athletics since the Jaspers finished their finals to conclude the spring 2018 semester. Over the past few months, there have been teams that finished their 2018 seasons, teams that welcomed incoming student-athletes and coaches, former Jaspers continuing on their playing careers, preseason honors and polls released and a few sports with seasons that … Continue reading Summer Break Sports Recap: New Coaches, Alumni Success and More