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Bowling Looking to Win the NEC Championship

By Andrew Scarpaci, Sports Editor After going 2-1 in the final conference meet against St.Francis College Brooklyn, the Bowling team secured their spot in the Northeast Conference(NEC) championship. The tournament will be held the weekend of March 19-22.  The Sharks finished the season with a conference record of 10-11, good…

LIU Gymnastics Competes In Inaugural Event

By Theresa Morrissey, Staff Writer Saturday, Feb. 13, was a historic day for Long Island University. The date marked the inaugural competition for the Long Island University Women’s Gymnastics Team. Women’s  Gymnastics competed in their inaugural meet against the University of New Hampshire at the  Pratt Recreation Center. The Sharks…

Fans Renter the Stands in New York

By Andrew Scarpaci, Sports Editor On Feb. 10, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced all professional sporting events could bring back fans in attendance. Any stadium or arena approved by the NY Department of Health could have an attendance of up to 10 percent capacity. Every individual must have a…

A Super Bowl Experience

By Andrew Scarpaci, Sports Editor Eddie McQuade, a senior sports management major, got the opportunity of a lifetime when he had the experience of intern at the Super Bowl. Over his time there, McQuade got to witness and work firsthand in what went on to prepare for the big game…

Fall Sports Return

By Andrew Scarpaci, Sports Editor When the 2020 fall sports season got canceled, athletes and coaches alike did not know what the future held. This all changed on Feb.1, when the Northeast Conference(NEC) announced that fall & spring sports would be competing at the same time during spring season play. …