A Walk in the Park: Van Cortlandt and MC’s Intertwined History

For those not attuned to the world of athletics, Van Cortlandt Park serves as a nature-escape from city surroundings or a spot to lay out when the weather warms up. But, for cross-country athletes, or anyone who runs as a pastime, the park represents years of blood, sweat and tears from both amateurs and the greatest runners of all time. Van Cortlandt Park is the … Continue reading A Walk in the Park: Van Cortlandt and MC’s Intertwined History

The All-Quadrangle First Team

The Spring semester is coming to a close, which means it is time to reveal the second batch of Manhattan College athletes to have made the All-Quadrangle first team. The first group consisted of the five best athletes during the fall semester, which ranged from Aug. 26, 2013 to Dec. 13, 2013. Here were the criteria for the All-Quadrangle first team: 1) Only the athletes … Continue reading The All-Quadrangle First Team

Men’s Championship Streak Broken; Women Take Third

The incredible streak of 18 consecutive Indoor MAAC Championships for the men’s team was snapped on Feb. 21. Monmouth took home both the men and women’s MAAC title with a total of 169 points and 215.5 points respectively.  The Manhattan men’s team came in second with a total of 110 points to Iona’s 108 points, a lead that was sealed only after Manhattan won second … Continue reading Men’s Championship Streak Broken; Women Take Third

Track and Field Teams Tune Up before MAAC Championships

BY: THERESE KELLY The Manhattan College track and field teams hosted the Draddy Invitational on Feb. 15, which was described by Coach Pat Slevin as a “last chance meet” before MAAC Championships.  Athletes from Manhattan, St. Peter’s and NYU spent the day competing in an array of events, taking advantage of the meet to fine tune their skills or notch a qualifying standard before the … Continue reading Track and Field Teams Tune Up before MAAC Championships