Josh Steinfink

Josh Steinfink is an Assistant Sports Editor at the Tufts Daily. He is a junior studying international relations and economics. Josh can be reached at

Men’s basketball rebounds against Emerson after tough weekend at Big 4 Challenge

The Jumbos dropped both of their games at the New England Big 4 Challenge this past weekend, hosted by the Babson Beavers in Wellesley, Mass. Tufts’ two losses dropped its record to 2–4, but it was able to make up some ground on Wednesday hosting Emerson, clinching the 87–70 win. The annual Big 4 Challenge, hosted by […]

Men’s basketball set to take on Saint Joseph’s in season opener

The Jumbos open their season this weekend in the Courtyard by Marriott tournament at Roger Williams University (RWU). The team will play two matches, first against Saint Joseph’s (Maine) on Friday night before taking on the winner of the Anna Maria-RWU matchup on Saturday. The team looks to build upon last year’s success where it reached […]

Crew teams prevail at Head of the Fish amid nor’easter conditions

The Jumbos battled through the first nor’easter of the year at the Head of the Fish regatta in Saratoga, N.Y. on Oct. 27, their final event of the fall season. The team found the meet, which was called off at 1 p.m., to be a strong opportunity to prepare for its spring season. “Head of the Fish is […]

Women’s tennis closes out fall season with strong performance at Bowdoin

As the first sign of winter’s chill gripped the courts in Brunswick, Maine, this weekend, the Jumbos battled for supremacy at the Bowdoin Invitational to close out their fall season. According to coach Kate Bayard, the results of the Bowdoin Invitational only served the players’ individual rankings. Nevertheless, Tufts returned to Medford after a strong collective […]

Garrido shines for women’s tennis at New England ITA Regionals

First-year Caroline Garrido racked up four wins over the weekend at the New England Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Regional Championships in Williamstown, Mass., where she placed third after reaching the singles semifinals. The ITA Tournament is widely regarded as the most important tournament of the fall season and is played out on a national stage. […]

Crew teams open season at Green Mountain Head

The Jumbos will kick off their fall season on Sunday at the Green Mountain Head (GMH) regatta in Putney, Vt. Tufts’ men’s and women’s squads will face top scullers from across the Northeast. The GMH, a three-mile course that starts upstream and turns around downstream at the 1.5-mile mark, is regularly the Jumbos’ first competition of the […]

Women’s tennis hosts season opener Tufts Invitational

Tufts opened its season at home this past weekend, slicing its way right into the thick of local competition against Wesleyan, Amherst and MIT in the Tufts Invitational. Coming into this fall, Tufts embraced the challenge of rebuilding its team, having to fill several open spots. “I’m really excited for [my] last year with Tufts […]

Jumbos prepare for challenging fall season

Football Tufts finished its 2017 season sixth in the NESCAC with a 5–4 record. Despite this decline from a 7–1 showing in 2016, the Jumbos’ talent was recognized by the league’s coaches. Seven players were named to last season’s All-NESCAC team, including four players who graduated in May. Junior linebacker Greg Holt, senior defensive back Tim […]

Crater sets Tufts record as team takes third place at MIT

Fresh out of the pool after placing third at the MIT Invitational, Tufts is set to travel to Wesleyan this weekend for another major meet. The Jumbos competed in Cambridge this past weekend, and the intensity remained high during all three days of the meet. Ultimately, Tufts swam away with an overall team score of 1065, […]

Jumbos set to make a splash at MIT Invitational

This upcoming weekend, the 2–0 women’s swimming and diving Jumbos will show off their strokes at the MIT Invitational. Down the road in Cambridge, Tufts will take on MIT, Keene State, NYU, RPI, Wellesley and Wheaton College from Dec. 1–3. Led by coach Adam Hoyt and buoyed by 18 upperclass students, the Jumbos hope to […]