Standing at 6 feet, 2 inches and weighing in at a whopping 205 pounds, former Sports Editor Alex Wainger was a force of nature in the newsroom in 2015. His eye for Oxford commas and internal thesaurus made him a generational talent — he was widely regarded as the Lebron James of sentence restructuring. The scouting report on Alex noted that he moonlights as a Computer Science nerd, often coding late into the night in hopes of graduating with an Sc.B. at the end of the year. If any competitors dared to challenge Alex to an editing duel, he could be found worshipping at his shrine to Bill Simmons, practicing his jump shot with crumpled up pages of notes on the Knicks’ perimeter defense, or loudly complaining about how hard it is to get a good bagel outside of his hometown of Manhattan.

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Men’s soccer falls in opener of tough weekend


Men’s soccer falls in opener of tough weekend

September 19, 2014 0 comments

As the temperature in Providence enters its pre-winter free fall, men’s soccer flew south to enjoy warm weather and stiff competition in the Sunshine State.


Despite scoring, men’s soccer splits at home

September 15, 2014 0 comments

The men’s soccer team scored plenty of goals in its first two-game homestand of the season, but it could not come away with two wins.

Co-captain Daniel Taylor ’15 gears up for a throw-in. Taylor anchors a midfield that will need to produce on both ends of the field this weekend.


Skilled men’s soccer non-conference offenses visit Stevenson Field

September 12, 2014 1 comment

Following an upset win over No. 23 Boston University (2-2-0), the men’s soccer team will return home to Stevenson Field for a pair of contests this weekend.

Tariq Akeel ’16 came up with a big goal in the 85th minute against No. 23 Boston University, heading a cross into the net for the decisive tally in Bruno’s 1-0 victory.


Men’s soccer takes reins in opening split

September 8, 2014 0 comments

The men’s soccer team split its opening weekend action, falling to Siena College at home before taking down No. 23 Boston University on the road.

Ben Maurey ’15.5 shushes the opponent’s bench following a crucial goal. After leading the Bears in scoring his sophomore year, Maurey suffered a knee injury early in the 2013 season, which forced him to miss the remainder of the year. He returns this season, aiming for a 2014 title run.


Consistency, recovery inspire men’s soccer’s hope for another Ivy crown

September 5, 2014 0 comments

Men’s soccer will rely on its familiarity with the system, the return of Maurey ’15.5 and talented first-years in hopes of a conference championship.

A dominant performance in the first half helped the men’s lacrosse team stave off a late rally from Bryant University in Tuesday’s game.


Men’s lacrosse team takes Ocean State Cup

April 24, 2014 0 comments

The men’s lacrosse team retained control of the Ocean State Cup by knocking off Bryant University 13-11 in a Tuesday evening matchup on Stevenson Field.


Big Red topple men’s lacrosse with second-half rout

April 21, 2014 0 comments

Despite a reasonably tight final scoreline of 14-9, the men’s lacrosse team suffered a trouncing at the hands of the Big Red Saturday.


Men’s lacrosse travels to Ithaca with playoff hopes on the line

April 18, 2014 0 comments

A year’s worth of preparation, dedication and perspiration culminates Friday when the men’s lacrosse team faces off against No. 12 Cornell in a decisive Ivy League contest.


Men’s lacrosse slips in overtime, slides down standings

April 14, 2014 0 comments

The men’s lacrosse team suffered a crushing blow Friday, falling to No. 13 Yale 7-6 in overtime.

Jack Kelly ’16 searches for an outlet pass. The sophomore stopped eight of the Quakers’ 18 shots on goal, but could not slow down Penn in the fourth.


Quakers edge men’s lacrosse with late goals

April 7, 2014 0 comments

In its third conference game of the season, the men’s lacrosse team dropped a crucial contest to No. 15 Penn.

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