Jason Schneiderman is a Sports Editor at the Tufts Daily.


Women’s Tennis | Tufts falls in third round of NCAA tournament

After an up-and-down regular season, and an early exit from the NESCAC tournament, the women’s tennis team entered the NCAA tournament without the momentum of some other top teams. Tufts put any critics to silence however, advancing to the third round of the tournament before ending its season against Williams College on May 11. The […]


Women’s Tennis | Tufts gets back on track with doubleheader victories

Following two tough losses last week against Williams and Amherst, the No. 18 women’s tennis team got back to its winning ways at home this past Saturday in a pair of NESCAC matches against No. 15 Trinity and unranked Bates. Tufts, who had won four straight matches before facing Williams and Amherst, refused to let […]


Women’s Tennis | Tufts scores first two conference wins

The 18th-ranked women’s tennis team has begun to hit its stride after losing four of its first five matches this spring. A non-conference win against Wellesley on April 1 warmed the team up for two key NESCAC matchups this past Friday and Sunday. Following an easy 9-0 win at home against Colby on Friday, Tufts […]


Women’s Tennis | Tufts scores first two conference wins

The 18th-ranked women’s tennis team has begun to hit its stride after losing four of its first five matches this spring. A non-conference win against Wellesley on April 1 warmed the team up for two key NESCAC matchups this past Friday and Sunday. Following an easy 9-0 win at home against Colby on Friday, Tufts […]


Inside MLB | MLB season preview: Nationals title favorites

     Believe it or not, it’s already the end of March and baseball’s opening day is right around the corner. As spring training winds down, teams are finishing their final exhibition matchups, and making final roster decisions before heading up North in anticipation of March 30. With that in mind, the Daily predicts the major […]


Women’s Tennis | Tufts starts spring season with tough week in California

Finishing its spring break trip to California against No. 5 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, the No. 18 women’s tennis team failed to end its first week of the spring season on a high note. Tufts started the team match slowly, losing three doubles matches by large deficits, 8-1, 8-1 and 8-0. The singles matches were also disappointing for […]


Womens Tennis | Young team to take on West Coast competition next week

After an offseason full of hard work, team building and rehabilitation, the women’s tennis team, ranked No. 18 in Div. III, is ready to kick off the spring season in California next week. Tufts will compete against three nationally-ranked teams on their trip to the West Coast, including Claremont Mudd Scrips, the No. 4 team […]


Inside EPL | Premier League teams struggle in Europe as battle for title heats up

     With less than a third of the Premier league season remainin and the first legs of the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 complete, fans of the English Premier League (EPL) have a lot to talk about. Despite being on the other side of the Atlantic, the Daily is here to break down […]


Men’s Basketball | Haladyna takes home Player of the Week honors

  Following game-winning performances against Colby and Bowdoin last weekend that saw Tufts into the NESCAC playoffs, sophomore Stephen Haladyna was rewarded with NESCAC Player of the Week honors on Feb. 17. The sophomore was the first Jumbo to be recognized on the men’s team this season, and the first to win the award since […]


Women’s Fencing | Jumbos compete against top teams in country at Northwestern Duals meet

The women’s fencing team competed in the Northwestern Duals meet on Feb. 1 and 2, winning five matches and losing seven. The Jumbos faced the No. 8 Temple, No. 9 Northwestern and No. 1 Princeton – three teams ranked in the national top 10 and some of the stiffest competition they’ve seen all year. However, […]


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