he Aquinas Men’s Basketball Team had a season for the books. Finishing with a 21-11 overall record and going 16-6 in the WHAC, there’s a bright future for this team.
For those that kept tabs on college hoops this year, it is very obvious that this season has been nothing but absolute madness.
While most of the community was on spring break, the Aquinas Men’s Hockey team was hard at work playing for both the MCHC and National Title for DIII.
When spring break rolls around, most college students find themselves making their way to someplace warmer – Daytona, South Padre, and Miami, to name a few.
started writing for this newspaper during my spring semester of my first-year after being pressured, or highly-encouraged, to pick up some sports articles by the previous sports editor.
One of Aquinas’s most successful teams is the Track & Field group. In recent years, this team has gone to national championships and excelled each time.
Cleats crunching through a softly raked infield. Wooden bats cracking after a fast pitch is released. Leather gloves snapping as a crisp white cowhide ball flies in from the grass.
With Spring Break coming to a close, students may be wondering what they can do to take advantage of the seemingly warm weather outside.
The phrase “dance your heart out” is not something that the girls on the Aquinas College Dance Team take lightly.
Softball is so much more than what is seen on the field. The dedication, hard work, and time that goes into preparing for a season is extremely important.