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Tars dominate the courts

On Wednesday, February 8, the Women and Men’s Basketball teams took on the Nova Southeastern University Sharks. The women’s team had a sparse crowd, but they had the most exciting game. The game started off with #3 Jasmine Stone ‘18, [...]

February 16, 2017 Basketball, Sports

Hard-hitters in new Tars softball team

Following one of the most historic seasons in the program’s history, the Rollins College softball team traveled to Clearwater, Florida to play in the NFCA Leadoff Classic and continue the beginnings of their 2017 season. The team entered familiar territory [...]

February 16, 2017 Softball, Sports
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Smash hit game opens Tar’s baseball season

The Rollins College Baseball season opener took place Friday at 5:00 p.m. against Young Harris College at Alfond Stadium. Right-hander Brad Case ’19 (#42) took the mound for the Tars, and when it looked like Young Harris may have been [...]

February 9, 2017 Sports

Fitness center revamps over holiday break

As of Nov. 22, Daryl’s Fitness Center in the Alfond Sports Center has been completely closed for renovations. The building itself will not have any changes made to it; the renovators are working with the same amount of space as [...]

December 1, 2016 Features, Sports

Record-setting match as Tars fall to Moccasins

On Nov. 8, Rollins faced Florida Southern College in a tough, hard-hitting game. Stands were more crowded than previous games and everyone had their attention on the game. Without a doubt, both teams played incredible, but sadly the Tars couldn’t [...]

November 18, 2016 Sports, Volleyball

Tars take to water for fall regatta

On Saturday morning, more than 1,300 athletes from colleges all around Florida competed at the Fall Rowing Regatta at Stetson University’s training site on Lake Beresford. This was the fourth year for the regatta, which continues to grow in size [...]

November 18, 2016 Sports

End of the road for men’s soccer

The Rollins Men’s soccer team completed their season last Sunday, Oct. 30, against Embry-Riddle. Although the Tars continued to fight for a spot in the Sunshine State Conference tournament up until the end, they fell short. Only the top six [...]

November 10, 2016 Soccer, Sports

Tars tie Eckerd in conference qualifier, women triumph over Palm Beach

On Tuesday, the men’s soccer team aggressively played Eckerd College. Every five minutes, the referee blew his whistle due to a foul and two red cards were issued. The Rollins Tars and the Eckerd Tritons gave it their all throughout [...]

November 3, 2016 Soccer, Sports

Tars suffer a loss in first swim meet

After months of preparation, the Tars’ men and women’s swim teams entered the 2016-2017 season. In August, Rollins hired Kyle Berg as head coach for the men and women’s teams. Berg felt honored to join the Rollins community and was [...]

November 3, 2016 Sports, Swimming

Tars fall to Fighting Knights

Last Wednesday, Rollins went up against Lynn University’s Fighting Knights, No. 8 in the division. It was a tough game for Rollins, and though both teams played aggressively, the Tars lost 5-3 in Sunshine State Conference action. The Fighting Knights [...]

October 27, 2016 Soccer, Sports