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Jumbos enter final stretch looking strong

As the No. 17 Tufts women’s track and field team prepares for the final meet of its season, the NCAA Championships, it can reflect on a season replete with strong performances up and down the roster, stretching all the way back to the middle of March. The squad kicked off the 2018 outdoor season with a training trip to Jacksonville, Fla., during which it competed […]


Tufts falls to top-ranked Emory, defeats two opponents in challenging weekend

When the No. 6 Tufts women’s tennis team wrapped up its away match against Colby late on Sunday evening, it marked the end of a busy weekend and the beginning of the team’s final regular season push. With its decisive 9–0 win over Colby, Tufts finished the weekend 2–1 after losing 6–3 to Emory and defeating MIT, 5–4. The Jumbos are currently […]


Tufts closes successful West Coast swing with upset of No. 5 Pomona-Pitzer

The No. 8 Tufts women’s tennis team went 2–1 in its three matches in Southern California over spring break, bringing its record to 3–2 on the season. The Jumbos began their trip in Northridge, Calif. on March 18 with a 7–2 win over the No. 27 Whitman College Blues. Coming off a 9–0 victory at Wellesley the weekend prior, […]


Tufts defeats Wellesley, falls to Middlebury in opening weekend of spring season

On the first weekend of its spring season, the Tufts women’s tennis team went 1–1, falling 6–3 to Middlebury at home on Saturday and defeating Wellesley 9–0 in an away match on Sunday. On Sunday, the Jumbos visited the Blue for their second match of the weekend. Last time the two teams met, on April 5, 2017, Tufts defeated […]


Tufts set to begin promising season with high-profile match against Middlebury

On Saturday, the No. 7 Tufts women’s tennis team will begin its 2018 campaign with a home match against No. 4 Middlebury. The Jumbos fell to the Panthers by a 9–0 scoreline the last time the two teams played each other in Vermont on April 9, 2017. Tufts has not beaten Middlebury since 2011, so this […]


Tufts concludes season with third-place finish in Walker Cup

In its final weekend of the 2017-2018 season, the Tufts women’s squash team (15–7) competed for the Walker Cup in the C Division of the College Squash Association (CSA) Team Championships at Harvard. Entering the tournament ranked 18th in the nation, the Jumbos were seeded second of the eight teams competing in their bracket. The excitement surrounding the […]


Women’s squash goes 2–1 against NESCAC opponents in final weekend

Over the weekend, the Tufts women’s squash team visited conference rivals Bates, Bowdoin and Colby for its final three matches of the regular season. After falling to the Bobcats on Friday, the No. 17 Jumbos (11–4) wrapped up the swing through Maine with two consecutive victories to provide some critical momentum for next weekend’s NESCAC Championship. On Sunday, the Jumbos defeated […]


Jumbos post 3–2 record through difficult stretch

The Tufts women’s squash team began the new year training at the Stanford University facilities in Palo Alto, Calif. The Jumbos spent ten days at Stanford leading up to their first match of 2018 against the Cardinal. The trip provided an opportunity for the team to hone its skills on the court, and it also allowed for time to become […]


Women’s squash dominates the beginning of the season with 6-1 record

The No. 19 Jumbos are off to an impressive start this season, going 6–1 in their first seven matches. On Saturday Dec. 2, Tufts played its first matches after a well-deserved Thanksgiving break. The team traveled to Middletown, Conn. to face William Smith and Wesleyan. Tufts played No. 21 Wesleyan University on Saturday afternoon immediately after […]


Cross country closes out seasons with top finishes at regional and national championships

Both the men’s and women’s cross country teams ended their 2017 seasons on a high note, as the men finished eighth of 55 teams at regionals while the women finished seventh of 32 teams at nationals. The men’s final race of the season was the New England regional championships hosted by the University of Southern Maine on Nov. […]


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