Ryan Schneiderman is a Junior majoring in Computer Science. He can be reached at ryan.schneiderman@tufts.edu


Jumbos score 11 top five finishes at Middlebury

Tufts closed out its regular season tabling 11 top five finishes at the Middlebury Invitational last week. The two-day event is technically not scored, but it is significant as it is the last meet before the championship season. For those who will travel to Bowdoin for the NESCAC Championships, Middlebury acted as a tune-up event where swimmers could rest up […]


Tufts falls to MIT and BC, tallies 12 first-place finishes against Wheaton

Despite losing to the MIT Engineers, 195.5-104.5, and the Boston College Eagles, 237.5-119.5, earlier in the week, the Jumbos bounced back against Wheaton College to cap off a grueling stretch of three meets in seven days, besting the Lyons by a score of 174-121. The Jumbos returned from the winter break with tough matchups against […]


From Player to Coach: Kate Barnosky and Samantha Gann

This article is the first in a two part series on former Jumbo athletes who have moved on to coaching positions. Many of the current coaches at Tufts are former Jumbo athletes themselves. Some, like tennis assistant coach Samantha Gann and basketball assistant coach Kate Barnosky, jumped into coaching shortly after finishing their playing career. In her […]


Goetcheus sets Tufts record twice at MIT Invitational

Tufts continued its positive start to the season last weekend with a third place finish at the MIT Invitational. The Jumbos recorded 762 points and built a comfortable 162-point lead over fourth-place Wheaton College. New York University (NYU) garnered first place at the meet with 1664 points while the hosts, MIT, finished as runner-ups with 1572 points. First-year Grace […]


Tufts outlasts Middlebury in season opener

The Jumbos entered Thanksgiving break on a positive note after besting Middlebury College in their first dual event of the season. The Jumbos won the Nov. 20 meet, which took place in Hamilton Pool, by an aggregate score of 156-144. With the Jumbos holding on to a narrow three-point lead and just the 400-yard freestyle relay remaining, senior tri-captain […]


Young team poised to improve on 7th place NESCAC finish

When the women’s swimming and diving team starts its season on Sunday, it will be looking to build on a strong 2015-16 campaign, which saw the team send swimmers to the NCAA Championships for the first time in two years. After a productive offseason, senior captain Amanda Gottschalk is looking for the team to be even better this year. “We […]


Jumbos finish fourth at New Englands, Elliot receives individual honors

Men’s golf placed fourth in its final tournament of the fall season, the 82nd Annual New England Intercollegiate Golf Association (NEIGA) Championships this past weekend. Senior tri-captain Owen Elliot paced the Jumbos for a third consecutive week, finishing tied for third overall. Elliot’s two-round score of 149 left him one shot shy of the leaders and a […]


Jumbos just miss at NESCAC Championship Qualifier

Coach George Pendergast’s squad narrowly missed out on qualifying for the NESCAC championships last weekend, as the Jumbos placed fifth at the NESCAC qualifier tournament. A week prior to the NESCAC qualifier, Tufts put together a solid two-day performance at the Williams Invitational that saw the team secure its highest finish thus far this season, tying Middlebury for third place. Tufts followed […]


Brandon Karr hits Tufts’ first hole in one in 25 years

Men’s golf travelled to Middlebury, Vt. last weekend for the Duke Nelson Invitational and the team’s second competitive tournament of the season. A strong first day saw the Jumbos in sixth place, but they slid to 13th on the second day. “We started off pretty hot,” coach George Pendergast said. “There were 22 schools at the event and I think after one […]


Tufts golf places fifth in season opener

Men’s golf showed no rust heading into its season debut tournament this weekend at the Detrick Invitational, in which they finished fifth out of 11. Despite having never played a round at Indian Hill Golf Club, it did not take long for the team to feel at home at the tournament hosted by Trinity College. Tri-captains junior Taylor Nordan and senior […]


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