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Baseball’s pitcher drafted by Pittsburgh Pirates

August 29, 2018

Rollins baseball’s star pitcher Brad Case was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the Major League Baseball Amateur Draft. Case, 21, is the team’s highest draft pick since 1996. The Pittsburgh Pirates selected him in June as the 10th pick of the 17th round of the draft, making him the 504th overall pick. “It was […]

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Athletics seasons filled with hits and misses

April 26, 2018

After a year filled with ups and downs for many Rollins sport teams, athletics looks to the future with optimism and hope to end their season with momentum. Both lacrosse teams are poised to begin conference tournament play this weekend. Women’s lacrosse enters their conference tournament with strength. Their record stands at 14-3 overall. They […]

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Volleyball players join national team, set to tour Brazil

April 19, 2018

Due to their distinguished performance, members of the Rollins volleyball team will be heading to Brazil this summer. Cassidy Cason ’20 and Rachel Fletcher ’19, along with assistant coach Lisa Bushman, will join the USA Division II (D-2) volleyball team in May to tour South America. Team USA is comprised of 20 players selected from […]

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Logo change undermines campus identity

April 19, 2018

Recently, ideas were proposed to change Rollins’ iconic Anchor-R logo to a plain yellow and blue “R.” While this change may seem minor, it is one that undermines an important aspect of the Rollins community. The decision was made by the Office of Marketing and Communications, who felt that the logo needed to be streamlined […]

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Panthers kill Tars’ winning streak

April 12, 2018

After a hot 11-game win streak, the Tars finally cooled off, losing to the 5th-ranked Florida Tech Panthers for the team’s first loss since February 20. Last Saturday, the Tars hung with the Panthers well in the first half of the game, matching the Panther’s goal tally for a score of 5-5 at the break. […]

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Women’s golf looks towards conference championship

April 5, 2018

The Rollins women’s golf team is looking to make a splash in this month’s Sunshine State Conference Championship. The women have given strong and winning performances in recent tournaments, and the team hopes to drive forward with this momentum toward more success. Their last two tournaments saw the Tars elevate their game. In the first […]

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Rollins Golf struggles to replicate early Fall success

March 29, 2018

After a lackluster performance in the Georgia College Bobcat Invitational tournament last week, the Rollins Golf Team aims to bounce back, hoping to build momentum as conference and regional tournaments approach. Over the course of the season, the Tars started strong but failed to remain consistent. After the first two tournaments of the year were […]

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Men’s basketball season ended by Barry

March 8, 2018

The men’s basketball team played their last game after a long and tough season. The Tars fell to the Barry Buccaneers in the semifinals of the Sunshine State Conference (SSC) tournament last weekend. Barry University was the top seeded team in the conference. The team fought hard to keep pace with their tough opponent by […]

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Tars overcome by Cougars

March 1, 2018

Despite showing resilience in the first two matchups, Rollins baseball fell to the Columbus State Cougars. In Friday’s series opener, the Tars showed promise. They clung to a one-run lead for several innings, with Cameron Enck ‘19 making a solid effort from the mound, allowing just two runs in seven innings. It was the ninth […]

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Women’s lacrosse back on track

February 22, 2018

Last season, despite posting a solid 12-5 record for the campaign, the Tars failed to reach the NCAA Tournament for the first time in three years. Although the season was disappointing, the Tars were poised to bounce back and make the tournament this year as the number 11 team in the country in the Preseason […]

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