Isabel Castro is a sophomore majoring in Psychology and minoring in Portuguese and Entrepreneurship. She is also a member of the Women's Varsity Soccer Program. She can be reached at [email protected]

Senior Profile: Backup quarterback Drew Gally makes his mark on Tufts football

When high school athletes are recruited, college coaches talk about a scale with which they value recruits. Coaches say they’re looking for kids that will be “impact players” for their program. While graduating senior Drew Gally didn’t play much during his time as a quarterback for the Jumbo football team, he certainly made an impact […]

Follies and funnies from a year of practice

The Tufts Daily Sports section typically uses the Commencement issue as an opportunity to reflect on Tufts’ top sports moments of the academic year. This year, most teams had their seasons canceled due to the pandemic but were still able to practice. And practice. And practice some more. So we’re recapping some of the funniest […]

Conquest in Connecticut as men’s lacrosse picks up wins against Conn., Wesleyan

The Jumbos, who were recently ranked by the U.S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association as the No. 3 Div. III team in the country, continued to flex their offensive power a week after setting the school record for goals scored in a game. The Jumbos' set another team record with their combined 51 goals scored over the weekend, breaking the previous record of 39, which was set during the NESCAC championship weekend in 2014.

Reigning champions make no excuses after lost season

The Tufts men's varsity soccer program has swiped four NCAA championship titles in its past six seasons, most recently taking home the crown with a 2–0 victory over Amherst in 2019. The common denominators among these titles have been traditional preseasons, schedules consisting of full-contact competitive play and former head coach Josh Shapiro. In soccer, many coaches say that players should know what they're going to do two plays ahead. A pandemic was never thought to be one of those plays. 

NCAA grants extra year of eligibility, seniors contemplate their futures

The goal for many playing a sport at the Div. III level is to win a national championship; but at heart, many play for simply the love of the game. Although Tufts offers several masters programs for students looking to extend their stay in Medford, these programs might not have been as tempting for student-athletes prior to the NCAA announcement.