By Carlos Toro Rider Athletics has enjoyed a historic 2016-17 season that saw multiple sports win championships, a legendary head coach retire and the school lead the conference in[...]
By Justin Bonhard The tennis teams struggled against Villanova, as the men lost and the women handed the Wildcats their first win of the season. Rider hosted the Big East opponent [...]
By Brandon Scalea Coming off an impressive non-conference stretch that included a series win over Georgia and a road win over Rutgers, the baseball team dropped two out of three in[...]
By Carlos Toro The women’s basketball team’s first test in the 2016-17 season was a road game against local rival Princeton, a team that routinely sits among the Ivy League’s best.[...]
By Carlos Toro Amidst an unusually long road trip, the women’s basketball team defeated its first two conference opponents. The Broncs (5-2, 2-0 MAAC) defeated Canisius on Dec. 2 a[...]
By Shanna O’Mara The women’s track and field team swept several events and took the title at its meet against defending MAAC champion Monmouth and rival Saint Peter’s on Dec. 1. “F[...]
By Brandon Scalea The men’s basketball team is in a nine-way tie for second place in the conference following a split of its first two conference games. On Dec. 1, Rider finally go[...]
By Carlos Toro The swimming and diving team wrapped up its 2016 schedule with a trip to the Bruno Invite, hosted by Brown University, from Dec. 2-4. The men finished in fourth plac[...]
By Carlos Toro The wrestling team started its Eastern Wrestling League (EWL) defense with a big, road, dual-meet win at Lock Haven on Dec. 3. The Broncs defeated Lock Haven 20-14 b[...]
By Carlos Toro They say it’s a small world and Rider athletics’ melting pot of international student athletes proves that statement. Across six different sports at Rider — men’s an[...]
By Carlos Toro The wrestling team competed at the 22nd Keystone Classic on Nov. 20, with a couple of Bronc wrestlers having top 3 finishes in the prestigious tournament. The Broncs[...]