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Slow death of the NBA’s Eastern Conference

The highly anticipated Carmelo Anthony trade was finalized in the last days of the NBA offseason. The trade sent Anthony from the New York Knicks in the Eastern Conference to the Oklahoma City Thunder (OKC) in the Western Conference. Anthony [...]

October 12, 2017 Basketball, Sports

Hits and misses for the volleyball team

Rollins’ volleyball team traveled to Barry University last Friday, dropping a tough back-and-forth battle on the court. According to a report from Rollins Sports, after taking the first two sets 25-14 and 25-18, the Tars could not close out the [...]

October 12, 2017 Sports, Volleyball

Doris Burke makes history for women in sports

This week is set to go down in the holy book of Sports History. Doris Burke has been named the first female game analyst in NBA history.   She will be the first woman to be on the full season [...]

October 5, 2017 Basketball, Sports

Men’s soccer wins their first conference game 1-0

The game on Wednesday night against Florida Southern was the game of the week. There was so much action and the stands were almost filled with students, friends, and family cheering. The Tars entered their first game for the Sunshine [...]

September 28, 2017 Soccer, Sports

Tars advance to SSC semifinals

The perseverance and strength the Tars demonstrated earned them a spot in the next round of the Sunshine State Conference tournament. Fourth-seeded Rollins defeated Florida Southern, ranked number five at the time, in an epic comeback, marking it the second [...]

April 27, 2017 Sports

Rollins Lacrosse dominates Lenoir Rhyne University

The Rollins Women’s Lacrosse team took to the field on Easter Sunday to play their final home game of the season. The Tars honored three seniors before the start of the game against the Lenoir Rhyne Bears: Jessica Kopenhaver ‘17, [...]

April 20, 2017 Larosse, Sports

Tars beats Knights at home

The Rollins Softball team came away from their last home games of the season with a series victory against Lynn University. Rollins traveled to Lynn last season and swept them, making this series personal for the Fighting Knights. Although they [...]

April 20, 2017 Features, Sports

Rollins baseball defeats Florida Southern

The Rollins baseball team showed strength and resilience as they defeated the 10th-ranked Florida Southern Mocs. The Tars traveled away to Lakeland, FL to play the conference rivals on April 7 and handed the Mocs an 11-9 loss, ending their [...]

April 13, 2017 Baseball, Sports

Rollins crew shines in New Jersey regatta

On April 8 and 9, the Rollins crew team participated in the Knecht Cup, a prestigious regatta hosted by Princeton in West Windsor, New Jersey. It is “one of the largest collegiate regattas in the United States” with “70 different [...]

April 13, 2017 Sports

Rollins golf dominates at Barry Women’s Invitational

On Tuesday, March 28, the defending national champions of Rollins Women’s golf team traveled to Miami Lakes, FL to compete in the Barry Women’s Invitational. The Tars passed this ultimate seasonal test by winning the tournament by 10 strokes. The [...]

April 6, 2017 Sports