To the Editor: I would like to take this opportunity to civilly disagree with Clark Goldband’s assessment of Ralph Nader’s motives and the impact of his candidacy. The title of his article was “Presidential Choice: It’s a Good Thing.”.I would agree with the rhetoric of the title, but I would argue that because of the way the voting system is set up, the perceived choice that Ralph Nader presents is an illusion.
After splitting the season series with Old Dominion, the Pride men’s basketball team will square off against the Monarchs on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. at the Richmond Coliseum in Richmond, Va. The No. 5 seeded Pride (16-11, 10-8 CAA) enters the CAA tournament with a load of confidence and a hot streak that saw it win six of its final eight games.
Tim Treubig The sophomore forward scored a career-high four goals in a losing effort against Cornell on Feb. 28. Treubig also picked up three ground balls, and for his accomplishments, was named Co-CAA Player of the Week. Charlie Frago The freshman walk-on pitcher was the lone bright spot for the Pride in its series against No.
The Pride women’s lacrosse team couldn’t overcome a sluggish start in its season opener, falling to the Scarlet Knights of Rutgers University 12-7 Tuesday. The loss drops the Pride to (0-1) on the season. Rutgers improves to (1-1) after losing to Northwestern to start the season.
Let the games begin. With a regular season that saw the Pride finish 15-5. It must now gear up for the most exciting part of the year, the postseason. The No. 12 Pride head to Rider University on Friday for the start of the two-day CAA Championships. Two-time defending CAA Tournament champions, the Pride will bring five nationally ranked wrestlers to the tournament.
Virginia Commonwealth (20-7, 14-4): The Rams moved back into sole possession of first place with a win over Adam Hess and the William & Mary Tribe. Domonic Jones continued to impress with his third Player of the Week award, and could be the front-runner for Player of the Year.
The Pride men’s tennis team knew it had a tough challenge last Sunday when it made the trip to Rhode Island to take on the No. 49 Bears of Brown. However, the match turned into a disappointing upset as the more experienced and more talented Brown squad marched their way to 7-0 victory.
Pride Women win on Senior day Pride Women beat James Madison- Freshman guard Shalamar poured in a career high 23 points and the Pride scored a season-high 43 first half points as they easilu beat James Madison on Sunday afternoon. The game became interesting with back-to-back baskets from James Madison freshmen forwards Lesley Dickinson and Meredith Alexis in the first 1:08 of the second half which got the Dukes within nine for the first time since the Pride led 16-7 with 11:20 left in the first half.