Jasper Women’s Soccer Kicks Off Fall Season

By Angelica Niedermeyer, Asst. Sports Editor Manhattan College students cheer in the stands of Gaelic Park as the buzzer goes off and the scoreboard reads a Jaspers win for women’s soccer.  MC’s women’s soccer season kicks off with seven new players and a new assistant coach Kelly Conheeney.  The Jaspers have a .500 record with two wins and two losses and one tie. They are … Continue reading Jasper Women’s Soccer Kicks Off Fall Season

8,933 Miles from Home: The Jaspers from New Zealand

By Brooke DellaRocco, Staff Writer The men’s soccer team is stoked to welcome four players from New Zealand for the 2022 season. These international players have traveled 8,933 miles away from home to play for Manhattan College. Harry Bark, Henry Hamilton, Liam Moore and Noah Boyce trained at the same soccer club, Wellington Phoenix Football Club in Wellington, New Zealand before deciding to pursue their … Continue reading 8,933 Miles from Home: The Jaspers from New Zealand

Sydney Harwood Nominated for NCAA Senior CLASS Award

by Karen Flores, Staff Writer Manhattan College’s Sydney Harwood has been selected as one of 10 NCAA women’s soccer finalists for the 2021 Senior CLASS award. The Senior CLASS (Celebrating Loyalty and Achievement for Staying in School) award aims to recognize and celebrate NCAA Division I senior student athletes that have attributes in four categories: community, classroom, character and competition. The award winners are chosen … Continue reading Sydney Harwood Nominated for NCAA Senior CLASS Award

Men’s Soccer Ends Season With A 3-1 Loss to Marist

by Victor Franco, Staff Writer The Men’s Soccer team ended their season in an unexpected playoff match against Marist, the first seed in the conference, on Nov. 2. The Jaspers lost 3-1 to make their final MAAC record 4-5-1 and overall season record 6-9-2. The team knew Marist would be a tough opponent, so the objective was to give their all on the field. “It … Continue reading Men’s Soccer Ends Season With A 3-1 Loss to Marist

Manhattan Puts an End to Losing Streak with Win Against Canisius

by Caroline McCarthy & Victor Franco, Sports Editor & Staff Writer Manhattan College rallied to end their four-game losing streak with a 3-1 win against Canisius on Wednesday.  With an almost complete starting roster turnover, the Jaspers have described this season as a time to focus on rebuilding the program. Returning Manhattan players faced the obstacle of playing with three entirely different teams in a … Continue reading Manhattan Puts an End to Losing Streak with Win Against Canisius

Kaitlyn Hogan’s Tragedy to Triumph

by Christina Katsamouri, Contributor Kaitlyn Hogan was sitting in class at Monroe Woodbury High School when she received a text from her upcoming soccer coach at Loyola University. It read, “We need to talk.”  “I said to myself, ‘This isn’t good’,” Hogan said.  Hogan soon found out the school was rescinding the athletic scholarship offer she had earned with no explanation, just months before she … Continue reading Kaitlyn Hogan’s Tragedy to Triumph

Jaspers Remain on Top Against Rams

by Pete Janny, Sports Editor For four years and counting, the Manhattan men’s soccer team has reprised the same role in their favorite Bronx Tale. Beating their most hated rival Fordham three times in a row is a feeling unlike any other for Jorden Scott and his unproven team, even if it meant having to skip a year due to the pandemic. Despite normal early-season … Continue reading Jaspers Remain on Top Against Rams

Men’s Soccer Outduels Lehigh in Home Opener

by Pete Janny, Sports Editor Fortunately for the players on the field, the conditions on Friday night at Gaelic Park were not as hot and humid as the night before when the women played the Battle of the Bronx. Most importantly for them, the men’s soccer team picked up a big 1-0 win in their season opener against Lehigh. The decisive goal came in the … Continue reading Men’s Soccer Outduels Lehigh in Home Opener

Men’s Soccer Head Coach Jorden Scott Reflects on a Chaotic Spring Season

by Pete Janny & Victor Franco, Sports Editor & Staff Writer The Manhattan College men’s soccer team finally returned to the pitch this spring for the first since time since 2019. The program, coming off an abbreviated spring sea- son with a record of 2-4, has surely seen better days than they have in recent weeks after failing to qualify for the MAAC Playoffs. The … Continue reading Men’s Soccer Head Coach Jorden Scott Reflects on a Chaotic Spring Season