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

Manhattan Gets Blanked By Pacific In Penultimate Tune-Up to MAAC Season

by Pete Janny & Anna Woods, Asst. Sports Editor & Staff Writer Ws: Manhattan 0, PACIFIC, 1 Coming off last Friday’s much-needed 1-0 win over Saint Francis, the Jaspers looked to make it two wins in a row when the University of Pacific (2-5) came to Gaelic Park last Friday night for the first ever meeting between the two schools. There were a lot of positive takeaways from … Continue reading Manhattan Gets Blanked By Pacific In Penultimate Tune-Up to MAAC Season

Women’s Soccer Preps for Another Strong Season

It’s the end of April and while some people at Manhattan College are mainly focused on softball or lacrosse, Manhattan’s women’s soccer team is focused on its upcoming fall season. After its 2015 campaign, which resulted in multiple broken records, the team wants to go even further in 2016. “Win the MAACs,” both Nicole Aylmer and Jenny Bitzer answered at the same time when asked … Continue reading Women’s Soccer Preps for Another Strong Season

Swimming and Diving to Return, Good Starts to Conference Play

Swimming and Diving The coaches’ preseason polls were announced by the MAAC for the 2015-2016 swimming and diving season. Manhattan’s men’s team was picked to finish eighth, a one spot improvement from last season’s poll. Women’s was selected to finish ninth in the conference. Both teams will travel to Pennsylvania for a matchup against Marywood to start their seasons on Oct. 10. Women’s Soccer Manhattan … Continue reading Swimming and Diving to Return, Good Starts to Conference Play

Back of the Net: Freshmen Jaspers Face Personal Adjustments and Team Challenges

As the season reaches its mid-point for the Manhattan Jaspers, the 10 freshmen Jaspers are no longer new to the team and fans. Three of the freshmen who have been quite impressive early on are Joe Hulme, Jose Meza and Luke Greaves. Understandably so, Manhattan head coach Jorden Scott said all of the freshmen have been excellent. The 10 Jasper Freshmen Matthew Barile Greg Bohn … Continue reading Back of the Net: Freshmen Jaspers Face Personal Adjustments and Team Challenges