Ryan Albanesi is a Staff Writer on the Daily. He is a first year studying International Relations and can be reached at [email protected]

Tufts improves on 2017 record, advances to NCAA second round

In its first appearance in the NCAA Tournament since 2015, the Tufts women’s lacrosse team reached the second round, where it lost to Franklin and Marshall. The team qualified for the tournament after wrapping up its regular season campaign with an impressive 12–3 record to earn the No. 3 seed in the NESCAC tournament, where it fell in the quarterfinals to […]

Jumbos falter against Mammoths, bounce back in league contests

With the end of the regular season in sight, the No. 6 Tufts women’s lacrosse team (11–2, 7–1 NESCAC) recently faced off against some of its toughest opponents so far. After falling to NESCAC rival Amherst on Saturday, Tufts quickly bounced back to best another league opponent, Bates, on Tuesday. In a resounding home victory at Bello Field, the Jumbos relied on their […]

Tufts continues mid-season success with pair of commanding wins

The No. 7 Tufts women’s lacrosse team continued its mid-season domination with impressive wins over Endicott College and Conn. College on Thursday and Saturday, respectively. The Jumbos are now 7–1 on the season and 4–0 against NESCAC opponents. Fresh off its commanding victory over Endicott, Tufts visited a NESCAC opponent in Conn. College (3–6) on Saturday. After defeating the Camels 17–4 at home last […]

Jumbos begin season with commanding win over NESCAC rival

The Tufts women’s lacrosse team (1–0) opened its 2018 season with a bang on Saturday, dominating then-13th-ranked Hamilton (0–1) with a score of 17–4. Tufts junior attacker Dakota Adamec led the way, scoring eight goals, tied for a program record. Though Hamilton grabbed the first score of the game on a shot by first-year attacker Julia Rowland only 2:26 […]

Tufts stumbles in NESCAC tournament

Facing tough league opponents in the fast-paced, high-pressure environment of the NESCAC tournament, the Tufts men’s squash team fell to a 7–10 record, with two losses and one win over the course of two days. After a heartbreaking loss to Conn. College on Saturday morning, Tufts responded by dominating their afternoon opponent, Wesleyan, with a score of 8–1. Five […]

Men’s squash builds momentum with successful January play

Like many other fortunate Jumbos, the No. 28 Tufts men’s squash team escaped the frigid temperatures of Massachusetts during winter break, traveling to Palo Alto, Calif. for a training trip at Stanford University.  By going 3–3 in January play so far, the squad has jumped to 6–5 overall, positioning itself nicely for a late-season push to […]

Men’s squash: Jumbos bounce back from early losses by winning two straight

After suffering tough losses in its first two matches of the season, the Tufts men’s squash team gained momentum by defeating both Boston College and Bard College by decisive 9–0 margins. The Jumbos go into their matchup against the Wesleyan Cardinals on Saturday with a 2–2 record. In its season opener, the squad fell to an impressive Amherst team, 9–0. The […]

Men’s squash prepares for early-season NESCAC competition

Led by new coach Joe Raho and stacked with impressive first-year recruits, men’s squash is more than ready to begin its winter season on Friday, when the Jumbos will travel across the state to a dual match against Amherst. Tufts finished last season with several notable victories, including a 7–2 win over Conn. College in a consolation round of the NESCAC tournament. […]

Women’s tennis wraps up fall season with 26 wins at Bowdoin Invitational

The Tufts women’s tennis team competed in its final match of the fall season this weekend, traveling up to Brunswick, Maine for the Bowdoin Invitational. The Jumbos fought hard in both individual and doubles matches against various regional opponents, winning a total of 26 matches. In the round-robin style tournament, no players were given seeds or rankings, and […]

Men’s Crew: Tufts opens 2017 fall season with impressive individual performances

Competing in the very first race of its fall campaign, the Tufts men’s crew team traveled to Putney, Vt. for the Green Mountain Head Regatta, an elite sculling event. Facing off against mostly non-collegiate rowers in an unusual racing format where rowers each race in their own boat, the Jumbos focused primarily on improving their personal technique rather than coming home […]