By Thomas Albano In April, Nick Catone, ’04, will enter the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, when it is filled with rabid Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) fans and an o[...]
By Thomas Regan After learning its leading scorer, senior center Matt Lopez, will be out for the remainder of the season with a torn ACL, Rider received contributions from two soph[...]
By Brandon Scalea The women’s basketball team had a tough stretch last weekend, taking on Quinnipiac and Marist, the schools who finished first and second in the MAAC, respectively[...]
By Carlos Toro Rider finished up a competitive, three-game series against Duke in which it forced two of the three games into extra innings. Even though the Broncs (2-5) lost three[...]
By Brandon Scalea Last season, the men’s basketball team struggled to a 14-17 overall record, while three transfer students waited for their chance to bring a winning attitude back[...]
By Thomas Regan and Carlos Toro The men’s basketball team clinched a first-round bye for the MAAC Championship with a win against Quinnipiac on Feb. 19, but a Niagara team that ent[...]
By Thomas Albano The track and field teams competed at the MAAC Championship in New York City on Feb. 21. Rider’s women finished second of eight teams and the men placed fourth of [...]
By Thomas Regan The baseball team headed down to Buies Creek, North Carolina, to open its season at the Campbell Invitational, where the Broncs were swept by Campbell, but won both[...]
By Thomas Albano  The year has changed, but the story remains the same for the men’s swimming and diving team, which won the MAAC Championship for a fourth consecutive year Feb. 11[...]
By Thomas Regan Despite the recent cold climate, the MAAC men’s baseball season has already begun. If the weather cooperates, Rider will open up its season in Buies Creek, North Ca[...]
By Carlos Toro With two conference victories this past week, the Broncs have solidified their status as contenders for the MAAC Championship. Rider (18-9, 12-4 MAAC) defeated Canis[...]