By Thomas Albano As the 2014 MAAC baseball season starts to wind down, Rider (13-26, 5-8 MAAC) found itself battling for the sixth and final spot for the MAAC Tournament. The Bronc[...]
By Carlos Toro The track and field team finished its final meets before the MAAC Championships by splitting the squad between the Lions Invitational at The College of New Jersey (T[...]
By Tom Regan Track and field Assistant Coach Esther Erb had planned to run in the Boston Marathon in 2013, but was forced to withdraw from the competition because of injury. She at[...]
By Matt Burrill The softball team took its annual trip to western New York to take on Canisius and Niagara this past weekend in hopes of improving their 3-9 MAAC record. After comp[...]
By Tom Regan After taking third place out of seven at the Peacock Invitational, the golf team headed to Disney’s Palm Golf Course in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. for the MAAC Championshi[...]
By Thomas Albano Ed Torres attended Brown University for one semester in 1950, but received a draft notice for the Korean War and could not enroll the following semester because hi[...]
By Tom Regan and Carlos Toro The Philadelphia Phillies’ chief financial officer has become accustomed to signing checks and reviewing paperwork for the team’s baseball operations. [...]
By Steven Eggert Last week, the Rider women’s basketball Twitter account tweeted, “Mac is a pro,” followed by, “Historic day for Rider Women’s Basketball. MyNeshia McKenzie has jus[...]
By Thomas Albano As the road to the MAAC Championship continues, the Broncs split the team for the first time this season and will do so again later this week. Some of the men and [...]
By Carlos Toro The Broncs’ offense erupted for 13 runs against St. Peter’s on April 21, nearly matching their total for their previous seven home games and earning a victory for th[...]
By Thomas Albano In the summer before his senior year, long jumper Greg Smith noticed a lump on his body — one that would bring his college career to a screeching halt.  Smith has [...]