Ryan Eggers

Ryan Eggers is a Sports Editor and an Arts Editor at the Tufts Daily. He is a sophomore studying economics and political science. Ryan can be reached at [email protected]


Phoebe Bridgers’ ‘Punisher’ continues to guide our collective descent

Bridgers released her second studio album, "Punisher" (2020) on June 18 to universal acclaim, with many heralding the indie-emo-folk effort as the record of the summer. But, as temperatures have chilled and leaves have begun to change, it seems more and more apparent that this collection of songs is inseparably linked with the fall.


‘BoJack Horseman’ asks what redemption means in 1st half of final season

Entering the sixth and final season of Netflix’s animated flagship “BoJack Horseman” (2014–20), creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg and crew knew it was time to shift from questions to answers. It’s a scary departure, knowing that for five seasons “BoJack Horseman” handled the former so well. From rock bottoms to rockier bottoms, BoJack (Will Arnett) and the […]


Oscars predictions: What should win, will win, was snubbed, doesn’t belong

With the 92nd Academy Awards just around the corner on Feb. 9, the Tufts Daily Arts & Living team threw together some predictions for the film industry’s biggest night of the year. Each editor took the five categories that gave them most intrigue and picked who should win, who will win, who got snubbed and […]


Fencing falls to Harvard, Wellesley in first matches of new season

Tufts kicked off its 2018–19 campaign in earnest with a three-team match against Wellesley and host Harvard on Tuesday. The Jumbos flashed their potential at times, particularly in the foil events, but ultimately fell to both opponents. “The Harvard-Wellesley meet is the hardest meet of the season, and it’s also the first meet,” sophomore Georgia Kollias said. “We usually […]


Women’s basketball breaks scoring record in win over Brandeis, starts 4–0

After a 26–5 season in which Tufts advanced to the Elite Eight, the No. 6 team in Div. III had some big expectations this year. First on the list for the Jumbos was a strong start to kick off the 2018–19 campaign, and after four straight blowout victories, things seem to be on track. On Sunday, the Jumbos hosted the Brandeis Judges (1–3), […]


Field hockey falls 2–0 in national championship game

After 19 wins, a NESCAC championship game appearance and a dominant run through the NCAA tournament, Tufts fell just short of a national championship, losing 2–0 in the title game to a familiar foe, Middlebury. The stage was set on Saturday, when Tufts ousted Johns Hopkins in a convincing 3–1 victory. The Jumbos struck first through sophomore midfielder […]


Field hockey advances to fifth Final Four after wins over Smith, Salisbury

On the heels of its thrilling shootout victory against Salisbury Sunday and a dominant performance against Smith Saturday, Tufts is heading to the Final Four for the fifth time in the program’s history. Coach Tina Mattera’s program has been a force to reckon with in Div. III field hockey since her arrival, and now the […]


Field hockey falls to Middlebury in conference title game

After a resounding 3–0 victory over Williams on Saturday, Tufts had just one team in the way of a NESCAC title: Middlebury. The Panthers handed the Jumbos their only loss of the season, 2–1, earlier in the year in a tight overtime affair. Tufts failed to flip the script on Sunday, falling in the conference championship game, 1–0. […]


Jumbos prepare for postseason play

Men’s Soccer A stellar undefeated season granted the No. 2 Jumbos a first-round bye in the NCAA Div. III Tournament. The team will begin its campaign for its third NCAA title in five years on Sunday when it faces off against the winner of Saturday’s matchup between Stevens Institute of Technology (17–2–1) and Gordon College (12–6–1). Tufts’ […]


Field hockey begins postseason campaign with win over Amherst

In one of the best seasons in team history, the No. 4 Jumbos completed their regular season on Wednesday, defeating the No. 12 Bowdoin Polar Bears by a score of 2–1. The Jumbos didn’t have much time to celebrate the season’s success, though, as the NESCAC Tournament began on Sunday after rain delayed the initial Saturday start. […]


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