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By biconews On 24 Sep, 2014 At 01:22 AM | Categorized As News, Sports, Uncategorized | With 0 Comments
Marin Cilic of Croatia (right) and Kei Nishikori of Japan hold their trophies following the 2014 US Open. Photo curtosy of the AP.

Lizzie Siegle, Staff Writer Almost a month ago, the top tennis players in the world descended upon Flushing Meadows, New York for the 134th US Open.  Although Customs Week and the beginning of classes made it difficult for Haverford and Bryn Mawr students to follow the tournament, the world sat stunned as seeded players fell […]

By , "> , On 17 Mar, 2014 At 10:42 PM | Categorized As BMC Sports, Bryn Mawr, Front Page, Sports | With 0 Comments
Photo courtesy of Bryn Mawr College Athletics

By Rachel Genovese and Lily Lopate Managing Editor, Staff Writer After a season of transition, Interim Head Coach Rebecca Tyler has given Bryn Mawr’s basketball team a fresh start. Coach Tyler assumed her new position after Coach Deb McLaughlin resigned last fall. Coach Tyler came to Bryn Mawr after serving as the academic recruiting and […]

Featured Athletes of the Week By Kendall Baller and Molly MacDougall Staff Writers   Bryn Mawr College: Rachel Ofili Rachel Ofili was named Bryn Mawr College’s Owl of the Week by SAAC for her accomplishment of being named Centennial Conference player of the week for the week of September 10. She is a sophomore Volleyball […]


by Kendall Baller and Molly Mac Dougall Staff Writers Bryn Mawr College: Faith Westdorp Faith Westdorp is a senior field hockey goalie at Bryn Mawr College. She was chosen to be one of the Owls of the Week by SAAC because of her outstanding accomplishments on the field. She was named the Centennial Conference Defensive […]

By "> On 11 Mar, 2013 At 05:51 PM | Categorized As BiCo Sports, Sports | With 0 Comments

By Rachel Genovese Staff Writer Haverford and Bryn Mawr prospective athletes are learning to be more wary of what they post on social media sites. As of January, Division-III delegates from the NCAA committee are enforcing changes to D-III regulations, the most influential being testing for the sickle cell trait in athletes and open communication […]

By "> On 11 Mar, 2013 At 05:36 PM | Categorized As Pro & College Sports, Sports | With 0 Comments
Newly-acquired Philadelphia 76ers player Bynum holds his jersey during a news conference at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia

By Tolu Oladele Lets be frank, the 76ers have had rotten luck in their search for the next “answer” sans Allen Iverson. With no true superstar on their roster since Iverson’s departure in 2006, the Sixers’ organization has stayed completive through drafting young talent and making sensible trades—making a playoff appearance 4 times in the […]

By "> On 6 Nov, 2012 At 12:43 AM | Categorized As BiCo Sports, BMC Sports, Bryn Mawr, Sports | With 0 Comments
The team for the Head of the Charles Regatta was comprised of coxswain Christa Choy, BMC '16; and rowers Maddie Johnson, BMC '15; Jade Bath, BMC '16; Julie Mazziotta, BMC '13, and Grace Ward, BMC '14.

By Christa Choy Staff Writer Two weekends ago, I was given the opportunity to represent Bryn Mawr Crew in the Head of the Charles Regatta as a coxswain. Trying to keep my cool as a coxswain, I didn’t show my rowers how nervous I was for the infamously twisty 3.2-mile racecourse: a coxswain’s biggest challenge. […]

By "> On 29 Oct, 2012 At 01:38 AM | Categorized As Haverford, HC Sports, Sports | With 0 Comments

By Sarah Wolberg Managing Editor Haverford’s Goats and Bees had a home-court advantage when they competed in the Centennial Conference Championship race, held on Saturday at Haverford. The men’s cross-country team took first place in the conference for the eighteenth time, thanks to a strong performance by the top Fords, including Chris Stadler, HC ’14, […]

By "> On 2 Oct, 2012 At 09:14 PM | Categorized As BiCo Sports, Haverford, News, Uncategorized | With 0 Comments
John Carlos (right) and his fellow Olympians Tommie Smith (center) and Peter Norman (left) at the 1968 Olympics 
Photos by: Allison Levitan

By Sarah Wolberg Olympic medalist John Carlos spoke to a packed Stokes Auditorium on the evening of  September 27th to discuss his civil rights demonstration at the 1968 Olympic Games. Carlos, along with his United States track teammate, Tommie Smith, made news worldwide the summer of 1968 after he raised the Black Power symbol of […]

By "> On 25 Sep, 2012 At 09:16 PM | Categorized As BiCo Sports, Bryn Mawr, Haverford, HC Sports, Sports, Uncategorized | With 0 Comments

By Angela Mastrianni Staff Writer This Thursday, Haverford College hosted the Women’s and Men’s Cross Country Main Line Invitational at their Alumni Cross Country Course. The top finisher from Bryn Mawr College was Kristina Kronauer, who placed thirteenth with a time of 17:33.20 and was the fastest division three runner in the meet. Coach Hewitt, the […]

By biconews On 21 Apr, 2012 At 03:24 AM | Categorized As Haverford, Sports | With 1 Comment

By Tolulope Oladele Columnist   In the last eight games, power forward DeMarcus Cousins of the Sacramento Kings has averaged 26.9 points, 13.1 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 1.5 blocks. These beastly stats are a typical day at the office for players like Kevin Love and Dwight Howard, but not for the King’s hot-headed big man. […]

By biconews On 21 Apr, 2012 At 03:19 AM | Categorized As Haverford, Pro & College Sports, Sports | With 0 Comments

By Tolulope Oladele Columnist   It has been little over a year since Carmelo Anthony bullied his way to the New York Knicks in hopes of forming a “super team” along with Amare Stoudemire. Anthony lighting it up at Madison Square Garden was a strong aspiration–for both sides–so much so that the New York Knicks […]