Warriors Blew a 3-1 Lead

By John Albinson We’re all aware of what happened this summer. Less than a month after the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals, superstar small forward Kevin Durant inked a two-year, $54.3 million deal with the runners-up. We all know that the Oklahoma […]

Mens Sports Update

Soccer Loss to Colgate The Crusaders fell 3-0 to American University away last Sunday.  The American University Eagles struck early in the first half, converting on a deflection that resulted from a corner kick.  The rest of the half was quiet, as Holy Cross keeper Bobby Hurstak only […]

Patriots-Steelers

Escaping with a win Maybe we’re spoiled as Patriots fans, and any game that is within one score in the second half is seen as a failure, but that game was ugly at times. It was a series of uncharacteristic mistakes, lucky breaks, and stagnant offense combined with […]

Cubs Make History

By John Albinson On the night of Saturday, October 22, 2016, something occurred that hadn’t happened in 75 years.  The Chicago Cubs—a team that has been perennially struck with bad luck for over a century—reached the World Series for the first time since 1945, where they’ll face the […]

NFL Week 3 Winners and Losers

By John Albinson Winners The Eagles: After firing head coach Chip Kelly, who failed to lead his team to the playoffs for a second consecutive season last year, the Philadelphia Eagles entered this year as a team firmly entrenched in “rebuilding” mode.  With many preseason predictions projecting them […]

Men’s Sports Update

Men’s Soccer Impresses on Homecoming Night On Saturday night, fans had to wait only 90 seconds before the Crusaders took a 1-0 lead against Patriot League rival Lehigh University. Right away, Holy Cross’s midfield moved the ball patiently across the field before Justin Carfora put the ball in […]