Volleyball wins home opener against Roger Williams

Tufts volleyball swept Roger Williams Wednesday night in its season opener after a 662-day hiatus from competitive play. The Jumbos won 3–0 to the visiting Hawks. A combination of junior and senior leadership with some sophomore additions worked together on the court for a night of dynamic success. Despite several long, competitive points and many […]


Men’s and women’s rowing open season on the Malden River

This past weekend, Tufts men’s and women’s rowing combined for mixed results in their season opener on the Malden River against Wesleyan University. The men’s 1v8 boat lost its first race, but the men’s 2v8 boat edged out Wesleyan. Both the women’s 1v8 and 2v8 boats fell short to the Cardinals.


Senior baseball player Ryan Daues reflects on his career, upcoming season

Beyond simply practicing and playing, Daues said he is grateful for the opportunity to play for the Tufts baseball team. He said his coaches and fellow teammates created a nurturing culture and have taught him valuable lessons.


Coaching in COVID-19: How athletics staff adapted

For almost a year, Tufts athletics has faced limited and distanced practices, uncertainty regarding when competition will resume and teams left waiting for the day when things turn back to normal. For coaches, scheduling, recruiting and connecting with their teams continues to be difficult. In the face of extraordinary circumstances, Tufts coaches have been forced to adapt to the challenges. 


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