As the Detroit Pistons begin their season this week, let’s first look at what we can expect for the upcoming season.
In the world of volleyball, the lady Saints have maintained a solid season, currently eight and six on the season. So far, the Saints are on their longest winning streak this season at three wins.
October is a month that many people look forward to: pumpkin scented and flavored everything returns, the MLB playoffs begin, and the ice has finally settled for a new NHL season to begin.
The Aquinas men’s lacrosse team is riding high after practicing throughout the fall. The team was originally scheduled for a homecoming match, but instead decided to do an intrasquad scrimmage.
Overcoming adversity has been the name of the game for the Aquinas women’s soccer team this season. They have been experiencing multiple injuries and have brought on a handful of new players.
The Aquinas women’s lacrosse team has been hard at work practicing for their upcoming spring season. After getting a good test during homecoming, in which they won, the team is looking forward to continuing that momentum into a successful season.
As the ball rolls down the lane the crowd waits with anticipation for the pins to fall. Loud cheers ring through the alley when all ten pins fall giving the bowler a strike. For those on the Aquinas College Bowling Team their passion for the sport is undeniable.
For those of you unfamiliar with the team, the Grand Rapids Griffins are the American Hockey League affiliate of the Red Wings. The American Hockey League sits just below the NHL, and similar to triple A baseball, the top team can call up or send down players as needed.
The end is near. For the Detroit Tigers that is. As October begins, so do the playoffs for Major League Baseball (MLB), a site that the Tigers will not be seeing this season.
The Aquinas men’s soccer team is having a successful season to say the least. Currently, their overall record is 5-2-1 with a 0-1-1 WHAC record.