Henry Molot is a Contributing Writer at the Tufts Daily. Henry is a first-year who has not yet declared a major and can be reached at [email protected]

Bershtein reflects on journey from walk-on to captain

Ethan Bershtein did not take the conventional route to becoming captain of the Tufts men’s tennis team. At Amity Regional High School in Woodbridge, Conn., Bershtein was a standout singles player and a leader on one of the most dominant teams in the state — a team I played on with him. But despite his […]

Undefeated run ends for women’s basketball against rival Bowdoin

The women’s basketball team lost to rival Bowdoin in the NESCAC final — a rematch of last year — bringing an end to its undefeated run. En route to their first conference championship since 2009, the Polar Bears, who have only two losses this season, avenged the Jumbos in the NESCAC tournament. It is the […]

Women’s basketball secures 1st undefeated regular season, looks to NESCAC tournament

The No. 1 women’s basketball team wrapped up a historical regular season on Saturday, defeating Williams 76–63 to tally the 24th win of an undefeated regular season, the first in team history. Saturday was Senior Day for the Jumbos, who honored a class that has been instrumental in the team’s success this season and in […]

No. 1 Jumbos skyrocket to 14–0 start under new coach Jill Pace

First-year coach Jill Pace and the Tufts women’s basketball team could not have asked for a better start to their 2019–2020 season. As the season nears its halfway point, the Jumbos stand atop the NCAA Div. III rankings with a perfect 14–0 record, defeating teams from a range of conferences on the East Coast. Pace […]

Jumbos look to remain undefeated, face WPI in non-conference showdown

The women’s basketball team continued its red hot start to the 2019–20 season, calmly dispatching Emerson College 87–43 on Tuesday. The win gives the Jumbos six wins in as many contests — a strong foundation for what will be a very long season. The Jumbos found offensive sparks from both their starters and their reserves, […]

Women’s basketball tips off 2019–20 with new coach

The women’s basketball team will start their season this Friday under the guidance of a new coach with a familiar face. Jill Pace will make her Tufts coaching debut against Roger Williams, who won its season opener Tuesday against Wheaton College 73–57. And as the Jumbos look to kick off their long and grueling season […]

Jumbos look to take down undefeated Middlebury in season finale

The Jumbos aim for their biggest win of the season when they host the undefeated Middlebury Panthers at the Ellis Oval this Saturday at 12:30 p.m. The Jumbos are coming off a 35–10 victory over the Colby Mules, a game in which graduate wide receiver Frank Roche set the school’s single-season receiving record. Roche has […]

Jumbos look to keep momentum alive versus Continentals

The Jumbos will look to secure consecutive wins for the first time this season when they host the Hamilton Continentals this Saturday on Parents and Family Weekend. The Jumbos shined last week during their Homecoming game against the winless Bowdoin Polar Bears, running up a 49–0 scoreline to even their record at 3–3. The game […]

Football looks to capture Homecoming victory versus winless Bowdoin

The Jumbos have been on a rollercoaster ride of a season. After sending a resounding message heard loud and clear across the NESCAC following their week one win over three-time defending champion Trinity, Tufts has struggled to consistently back up its early dominance. Following losses to Williams and Amherst, who have proven to be two of the […]

Football aims to take down undefeated Wesleyan in annual night game

The Jumbos will look to earn back-to-back wins for the first time this season as they travel up to Middletown, Conn., to face the undefeated Wesleyan Cardinals. With wins over the Colby Mules, Hamilton Continentals, Bates Bobcats and Bowdoin Polar Bears to start their season, the 4–0 Cardinals will arguably face their toughest opponent of the season […]