International Student-Athletes at Gettysburg
Jun14

International Student-Athletes at Gettysburg

By Jack Herr // Sports Editor Located in rural south-central Pennsylvania, it can be difficult to find evidence of international influence in Gettysburg. However, two of Gettysburg College’s varsity teams (men’s basketball and men’s soccer) feature a handful of student-athletes from around the world. Maro Ramadan ’24, a defenseman on the men’s soccer team, is from Oxford, United Kingdom, but went to high school at South Kent School in...

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Women’s Lacrosse Secures Crucial Victory over No. 2 Franklin & Marshall
Apr27

Women’s Lacrosse Secures Crucial Victory over No. 2 Franklin & Marshall

By Sydney LoPresti, Staff Writer The women’s lacrosse team rolled past No. 2 Franklin & Marshall Wednesday, April 20th, making them 6-0 in the Centennial Conference. Led in scoring by junior Katie Fullowan, the Bullets took the Diplomats down by a score of 13-7. The balanced scoring attack in the first quarter was commenced by Caroline Sullivan ’24 as she laced one into the net just 46 seconds in. Senior Marissa McGarrey struck...

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Devils Inch Past Bullets in Two Straight Nail-Biters

By Charlie Miller, Contributing Writer Gettysburg dropped a pair of 5-4 games in home-away split vs. Dickinson College. Despite a three-run fourth inning to erase a 3-0 deficit, Gettysburg baseball allowed two 7th inning runs and could not overcome the Dickinson nine on Wednesday, April 20th. They then traveled north to Carlisle on Friday, April 22nd and once again fell 5-4 at MacPhail Field despite junior J.R. McCloskey’s three-RBI...

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The Academic Challenges of Being a Student-Athlete
Apr25

The Academic Challenges of Being a Student-Athlete

By Gracie Meisner, Features Editor and Jack Herr, Sports Editor According to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), Division III sports, which are offered at Gettysburg College, provide a “well-rounded collegiate experience that involves a balance of rigorous academics, competitive athletics, and the opportunity to pursue a multitude of other co-curricular and extra-curricular opportunities.” In comparison to...

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Men’s Lacrosse Suffers Stinging Loss to No. 9 York
Apr21

Men’s Lacrosse Suffers Stinging Loss to No. 9 York

By Emma Hladik, Staff Writer Gettysburg’s men lacrosse fell to number six York College in a close game by a score of 9-8 on Saturday, April 16 during their Senior Day celebration. Griffin Gallagher ’22 scored the first goal of the game in the opening minutes of the first quarter. Quinton Mather ’24 scored around the 10-minute mark, giving the Bullets a quick 2-0 lead. Right after, though, Ben Mayer from York College netted...

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MLB Season Commences After Longest Lockout in League History
Apr20

MLB Season Commences After Longest Lockout in League History

By David Goldman, Staff Writer What happens when major-league players want something and owners don’t want to give it to them? Negotiations are made, the season is delayed, and fans are deprived of baseball, at least for a little while. This was the case for the start of the 2022 MLB season, as players demanded a competitive balance tax, a higher minimum salary, playoff expansion, and a pre-arbitration pool that would reward...

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