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 henry.molot@tufts.edu.

Men’s track and field finishes 2nd at Snowflake Classic

The Jumbos finished second at the Snowflake Classic this weekend, taking place at their very own Ellis Oval. It was the first outdoor meet this year. The event was most teams’ first New England meet of the spring season, featuring NESCAC rivals Amherst, Wesleyan, Conn. College, Hamilton and Trinity, among others. Despite resting many of their top distance […]

Men’s lacrosse remains undefeated with wins over Stevens, Endicott

The Jumbos are off to a scintillating start to the 2019 season, improving to 5–0 with wins over the Endicott Gulls on Tuesday and the Stevens Ducks on Saturday. The Jumbos are familiar with getting off to a strong start — they have lost just once during their opening 10 games in the last four seasons. No. […]

Litman, Davidson represent Tufts at College Squash Association individual nationals

Junior Claire Davidson and senior Alan Litman wrapped up Tufts’ 2018–2019 women’s and men’s squash seasons by representing the Jumbos at the College Squash Association (CSA) individual championships at Brown University in Providence, R.I. this weekend. Litman competed in the Molloy Cup South Division, while Davidson squared off against opponents in the Holleran East Cup. […]

Women’s squash falls in national C Division finals

The Jumbos put out a strong showing in the C Division of the College Squash Association (CSA) national championship, also known as the Walker Cup, finishing second to NESCAC rival Bates. Tufts lost 6–3 to a strong Bates team in the finals, after beating that same side 6–3 in the regular season and 5–4 in the NESCAC fifth […]

Women’s squash prepares for Walker Cup showdown

The Women’s College Squash Association National Championships kicks off this weekend on Feb. 22 in Hartford, Conn., the home of 13-time NESCAC champion Trinity. The Bantams split hosting duties with the nearby Wesleyan Cardinals of Middletown, Conn. through Feb. 24, when five champions will be crowned. The tournament is set up in a five division […]

Women’s squash turn in top-5 performance at NESCAC Championships

After losing 6–3 to Amherst in the quarterfinal of the NESCAC Championship on Saturday, the Jumbos wrapped up NESCAC tournament play with a 9–0 win over Trinity in the consolation round and 5–4 win over Bates in the fifth-place match. In Sunday’s fifth-place match against the Bobcats, sophomore Julie Young defeated senior Kristyna Alexova (8–11, 11–4, 11–9, […]