Monthly Archives: April 2014

Big day from Hayle sets tone for SU

BY ZACH COLANGELO, STAFF WRITER This past weekend marked the last home track and field meet: the Crusader Outdoor Classic. A successful meet led to numerous first place finishes and personal records. On the men’s side, sophomore sprinter Kwane Hayle … read more

Reid hits century mark in SU win

BY RACHEL WHERRY, STAFF WRITER Susquehanna’s women’s lacrosse team defeated Widener 15-7 on Saturday, expanding their winning streak to five straight games. The Crusaders (6-3) took turns scoring throughout the game. Four players, including senior midfielders Michelle McGinniss and Emma … read more

Susquehanna remains unbeaten in LC games

BY LEAH LEAHY, STAFF WRITER The Susquehanna Crusaders softball team walked away with two wins after this weekend’s double-header matchup against Elizabethtown. The Crusaders kept their Landmark Conference record perfect at 3-0 and continued a four game winning streak. Junior … read more

Crusaders fall in Gophers’ hole

BY NATE LAWRENCE, STAFF WRITER The Susquehanna men’s lacrosse team fell to Goucher on Saturday by a score of 13-7. The loss ended a three-game win streak for Susquehanna and dropped the Crusaders’ record to 6-6. The game was also … read more

Professor debuts new poetry

BY VIRGINIA LISCINSKY, ASST. LIVING IN ARTS EDITOR Susquehanna Associate Professor of Creative Writing Karla Kelsey read from her new book of poetry titled “A Conjoined Book” on Thursday, April 10 at 7 p.m. “A Conjoined Book” is her third … read more