Kierrla Yates, Staff Writer The National Football League (NFL) is heading into week six of the regular season, and amazing feats have already been achieved. Currently leading the National Football Conference (NFC) West is the Seattle Seahawks with a record of 5-0. Leading the NFC South is the New Orleans Saints with a record of 3-2 and leading the NFC
Ryne Oshiro, Staff Writer The current pandemic has brought many surprises and unique experiences for student athletes at Saint Martin’s University. With all of the changes in the current world, athletes have been forced to find new routines and “norms” when juggling both academics and their respective sport. For student athletes, Tierney DeDonatis, Mallory Vivola, and Katherine Swor, COVID-19 has
Kierrla Yates, Staff Writer The 2020 National Basketball Association (NBA) Finals have come to an end. With the series ending at 4-2, the Los Angeles Lakers beat Miami Heat to win the championship title. It was hard to tell whether or not Miami had the heat to come back and beat the Lakers, especially after their point guard Goran Dragic
Ryne Oshiro, Staff Writer In 2014, Le’Veon Bell rushed for over 1360 yards and received over another 800. Fast forward six years and Bell’s name is now appearing in the market as the latest player to get cut by the 0-5 New York Jets. Bell signed a deal with the Jets for four years totaling $52.5 million, getting cut in
Kierrla Yates, Staff Writer The National Basketball Association (NBA) Playoffs are almost over, and the Finals are now underway. Last week, the Miami Heat beat out the Boston Celtics to secure their seat in the NBA Finals, while the Los Angeles Lakers took the position from the Denver Nuggets. Both teams entered into the NBA Finals with a playoff record
Ryne Oshiro, Staff Writer Going into the fourth week of the National Football League (NFL), the Kansas City Chiefs look poised to win the championship again, the Seattle Seahawks seemingly continue to squeak out wins, and fantasy football owners are smiling cheek to cheek. Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes and his Chiefs continue to overmatch their opponents, and although it
Kierrla Yates, Staff Writer At the start of 2020 no one would have guessed that school would be online, there would be a worldwide pandemic, and athletes would be practicing in small group “pods.” With this, athletes and coaches alike are finding it hard to play-on. Saint Martin’s University head track coach Jim Brewer and assistant track coach Scott Carter
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