Monthly Archives: November 2014

O’Hearn key to Crusaders’ success

BY CHRISTINA MARTIN, STAFF WRITER Sophomore setter Maggie O’Hearn, of the Susquehanna women’s volleyball team, combines academics and athletics, embodying the definition of a student athlete. O’Hearn studies business administration with an emphasis in human resources. On the court, O’Hearn … read more

Crusaders earn second win of season

BY JUSTUS STURTEVANT, SPORTS EDITOR The Susquehanna football team earned its second victory of the season, a 24-16 win over McDaniel, on Nov. 8. The Crusaders, who have struggled to make plays in the fourth quarter according to Head Coach … read more

SU earns trip to EPRU final

BY BROOKE RENNA, MANAGING EDITOR OF CONTENT The Susquehanna men’s rugby team defeated Washington College 42-15 in the semi-finals of the EPRU playoffs on Nov. 1, securing a spot in the finals. The semi-final matchup came after the Crusaders defeated … read more

Komara headlines youthful SU squad

BY JUSTUS STURTEVANT, SPORTS EDITOR The Susquehanna women’s basketball team will debut its young but talented lineup on Saturday against Gettysburg. This season the Crusaders return all but three players from a team that finished 12-12 last season. Among those … read more

Swim dominant versus Catholic

BY CHRISTINA MARTIN, STAFF WRITER The Susquehanna men’s and women’s swimming and diving team beat Catholic in Washington, D.C., on Nov. 9. Senior Annie Bruxelles, said: “Even though we all had to endure a three-hour bus ride to Catholic before … read more

SU comes up short in title match

BY JUSTUS STURTEVANT, SPORTS EDITOR The Susquehanna women’s volleyball team fell 3-0 to the defending champion Juniata in the Landmark Conference championship match on Nov. 8. The Crusaders lost to the Eagles in last year’s title match as well. This … read more

Crusaders projected third in LC

BY RACHEL WHERRY, ASST. SPORTS EDITOR The Susquehanna men’s basketball team has high expectations going into the 2014- 15 season, despite playing in a competitive conference from top to bottom. The Crusaders graduated four seniors from last season, including center … read more