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The next match for the women’s tennis team is on March 10 against Duquesne University. PHOTO: LUKE MALANGA ’20/ THE HAWK

Freshman Weiss makes most of new role

Christopher Kline February 28, 2020

The women’s tennis team brought several new faces to the squad this year, including Stow Weiss, a freshman from Mount Saint Joseph Academy in Flourtown, Pennsylvania. Beginning her collegiate career...

Junior utility player Kirstin Cox is hitting .241 this season through the Hawks first nine games this spring. PHOTO: MITCHELL SHIELDS ’22/ THE HAWK

Cox’s versatility leads to her success on the diamond

Maggie Moyer February 28, 2020

W. Tresper Clarke High School in Westbury, New York awards student athletes who compete in all 12 of their athletic seasons. It is because of this award that junior softball player Kirstin Cox joined...

Rollins led the Atlantic 10 in strikeout-to-walk ratio in 2016 with a 7.1-to-1 ratio.

Rollins returns to rubber after battling injuries

Riley Frain February 28, 2020

After missing part of the 2017 season and the full 2018 and 2019 seasons, left-handed pitcher Lucas Rollins has finally made his long awaited return to the mound. “It was a great feeling [to be...

Dylan Judge ’20 chose an acoustic vibe for his first EP. PHOTO: Mitchell Shields ’22

St. Joe’s senior debuts self-made EP, “Songs to Sleep to”

Zach Dobinson January 28, 2020

While listening to “Songs to Sleep to,” a new EP by Dylan Judge ’20, who creates music under the name Isaac Bay, one might find themselves drifting off. And that’s exactly what Judge said he wants,...

Justin Penik ’20 hosts two shows a week during the NFL season. PHOTO: Alex Hargrave ’20

Finding your niche with on-campus podcasts

Emma Brenner November 19, 2019

Gone are the days of simply listening to music while going through the mundane activities of our everyday lives. And frankly, sometimes exclusively listening to music can become boring. This is just one...

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