Author: Brian Schmid

Ramapo softball sweeps Rutgers-Newark in doubleheader

Photo courtesy of Ramapo Athletics. The Ramapo softball team swept an NJAC doubleheader over Rutgers-Newark on Tuesday. The Roadrunners extended their winning streak to six games and improved their record to 19-6 overall and 10-2 within the NJAC Conference. The Scarlet Raiders dropped to 10-14 and 4-8 in conference play […]

Men’s volleyball takes home ECAC Championship

Photo courtesy of Ramapo Athletics. This past weekend, the Ramapo men’s volleyball team took home the ECAC Championship after defeating Penn State University-Altoona in the title game. Tabbed as the No. 2 seed in the tournament, the Roadrunners had a tough path to the championship, having to first defeat No. […]

Track and field teams set records at Invitationals

Photo courtesy of Ramapo Athletics. This past weekend, the men's and women's outdoor track and field teams competed at two meets. The Roadrunners were split up as some traveled to Moravian College for the Greyhound Invitational while others went to compete at Princeton University in the Larry Ellis Invitational.  At […]

Fans mourn the end of NBA regular season

Photo courtesy of AlHikesAZ, Flickr. The 2021-22 NBA regular season ended on Sunday, April 10. This final day had quite an impact on the NBA Play-in Tournament and playoffs that are starting to take place. An interesting twist to the tournament is that two teams that were favorites to win it […]

Ramapo fumbles against NJCU in volleyball tournament

Photo courtesy of Ramapo Athletics. Ramapo’s men’s volleyball team competed in the Skyline Conference Tournament on April 7. The Roadrunners were tabbed as the No. 3 seed prior to the tournament after finishing the season with a 11-3 record in the conference. In the first match of the tournament, Ramapo was […]

March Madness reignites gender equality debates

Photo courtesy of Sphilbrick, Wikipedia. During this time last year, major gaps between the men’s and women’s NCAA college basketball tournaments were being exposed. It all started with Sedona Prince, a member of the University of Oregon’s women's basketball team, posting a TikTok of the weight room the women's teams were […]