Ruggers Fall to Salem State


PHOTOS BY EMILY ARONICA // OCT. 8, 2014 // The Curry men’s rugby club hosted Salem State University this past weekend. The Colonel “ruggers” fell short, however, losing 37-24.

Soccer Shines at Curry this Fall


BY ANDREW PENACHO // OCT. 8, 2014 // We’re only about one month into the fall semester, yet there has been little joy in Colonial-ville. The sports program here at Curry College has a rich history of success. However, there has been little to cheer for this semester. The Colonels fall varsity teams have a […]

Curry Sports Top 10 Performances


BY KENNETH SCOTT // MAY 5, 2014 // With the 2013-14 sports season nearly over, we recap the top-10 individual achievements by Curry athletes. No. 10: (9/8/13) Richkaard Verrier scores two goals in a flash  Sophomore Midfielder Richkaard Verrier scored two goals in just over three minutes to ice a 5-1 victory for the men’s soccer team against […]

Armed and Determined

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BY BRANDAN BLOM // DEC. 13, 2013 //  From an early age, Kevin Fruwirth was impressing people with his ability to throw a football. Daniel Fruwirth, Kevin’s father, remembers a day when Kevin was 7 and tossing a football around during his dad’s slow-pitch softball game. Everyone said that little Kevin was going to be […]

Fall Sports Recap


BY BRANDAN BLOM // DEC. 12, 2013 //  The Curry College men’s soccer team had some ups and downs this year. The Colonels finished the regular season with a 7-7-4 record, good enough to earn a spot in the Commonwealth Coast Conference tournament. However, Curry exited in the first round, losing a close 1-0 game […]

Football Team Loses to Endicott

Endicott's Nate Lewis attempts to avoid defenders Stanley Sainterlien and Jeff Janoski (27).

PHOTOS BY EMILY ARONICA // OCT. 1, 2013 // The Curry College football team fell to Endicott on Sept. 27, 42-27. With the loss, the Colonels remain winless on the season with an 0-3 record. The Curry defense has allowed an average of 36 points per game. [Listen to a podcast, by WMLN’s Justin Some […]

Rugby Earns Club Status


BY BRANDAN BLOM // SEPT. 25, 2013 // Here in the United States, rugby represents little more than a fashion statement. On the campus of Curry College, however, the sport is a lot more meaningful. This fall, 30 students will take the field to represent the Colonels in club rugby competition. This Sunday, the team […]

Fitzpatrick Too Much for Eastern Nazarene


BY COLBY HOYLE // APRIL 16, 2013 // In the first of two games played at Curry on Marathon Monday, sophomore pitcher Thomas Fitzpatrick was nearly unhittable. Fitzgerald threw a complete-game two-hitter in leading the Colonels past Eastern Nazarene College, 4-0. The win was Fitzpatrick’s third of the year, improving him to 3-2 overall. Fitzpatrick […]

Errors Doom Baseball Team in Loss


BY NICK IRONSIDE // APRIL 15, 2013 // Curry baseball coach Dave Perdios fumed after his team’s 14-5 loss against Western New England University on Sunday afternoon, April 14, following the first game of a doubleheader. After the Colonels allowed seven runs in the second inning, Perdios’s team just couldn’t come up with an answer. […]

Lax Team Crushes Wentworth, 20-5


BY BRANDON MARTINS // APRIL 12, 2013 //  The 1-2 punch of Curry’s Ana Bottary and Mel Brickey was too much for the Wentworth Institute of Technology women’s lacrosse team to overcome Wednesday evening, as the Colonels pummeled WIT, 20-5. Bottary and Brickey combined for seven goals and 14 points overall in the conference matchup […]

Equestrian Club Earns Top Honors

The victorious Curry Equestrian team. From left to right: Coach Betsy Kupic, Emma Ripatrazone, Kelsey O'brien, Alyssa Konstantino, Chelsea Cotton, Courtney Tourcotte, Jamie DeBenedictis, Katelyn O'toole. Not pictured: Katy Longchamp, Kat Doering, Samantha Weintraub.

BY KEVIN DIFFILY // MARCH 5, 2012 // Curry’s equestrian team finished first in the Wellesley College Intercollegiate Horse show on Sunday, March 3, earning the first top-team finish in the program’s four-year history. Curry competed in both the flat and jumping competitions. Flat is a class that is based on ground riding in which […]

Colonels Take on Middlebury in D3 Tourney


BY KEVIN DIFFILY // MARCH 1, 2013 // Clad in white shirts in support of their home team, Curry students stormed the Student Center basketball court last Saturday, Feb. 23, like a New England blizzard. This storm was joyful, however, as the men’s basketball team won The Commonwealth Coast Conference championship and an automatic berth […]

Colonels Battle Back to tie Salve 4-4

Senior Casey Brugman scored two goals to lead Curry to a 4-4 tie Wednesday night.

BY JOE DAWSON // FEB. 8, 2013 // After falling behind early in the first period, Curry battled back to tie conference rival Salve Regina, 4-4, in Portsmouth, R.I., on Wednesday night. Senior Casey Brugman led the way with two goals. With two points on the line in ECAC Northeast conference standings, Curry fell behind […]

Colonels Clinch Top Seed in Playoffs

Antonio Jones scored 17 points and helped carry the offensive load in the first half. // Photo courtesy of Curry Athletics

BY COLBY HOYLE // FEB. 7, 2013 // With a win Wednesday night over Western New England College, the Curry men’s basketball team clinched the top seed in the upcoming conference playoffs. The Colonels improved to 13-2 in The Commonwealth Coast Conference following their 71-60 victory in Milton. Sedale Jones, a senior criminal justice major, […]

Poor Shooting Sinks Lady Colonels

Kylie Beltz led the Colonels with a team-high 17 points. // Photo courtesy of Curry Athletics.

BY NICK IRONSIDE // FEB. 7, 2013 // Curry’s women’s basketball team shot just 26 percent from the field in a 56-47 home loss to Western New England University on Wednesday night. The Colonels found themselves tied late in the game with the Golden Bears after trailing by 10 points at the half. But Curry […]

Building on Success

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BY KEVIN DIFFILY // DEC. 13, 2012 // “Getting into the tournament is nice, but that’s not enough,” says T.J. Manastersky. The fact that Curry’s hockey team has reached the NCAA Division 3 Tournament four of the past eight years is an impressive feat, according to Manastersky, the college’s new hockey coach. But he is […]

The Great Bambini


BY KELSEY MARCHETTI // DEC. 7, 2012 // Wide receiver Rob Bambini made his senior season a memorable one. In his final year of football at Curry, the Westwood, Mass., native broke three all-time records. Bambini now owns the records for the most receptions (210), most receiving yards (2,922) and most touchdown receptions (38). “I […]

Small Wonder


BY KEVIN DIFFILY // NOV. 13, 2012 // In the game of volleyball, height can make a huge difference. Considering that the net is more than seven feet high, it is fair to say that the taller a player is, the better chance he or she has to dominate a game. Just don’t tell that […]

Bruce Almighty

Bruce Weckworth has been Curry's softball coach since 1996. // PHOTO COURTESY OF CURRY ATHLETICS //

BY ANDREW BLOM // NOV. 8, 2012 // Everyone knows the term “dumb jocks.” You know, athletes who emphasize their sport over their academics. Brawn over brains. Bench pressing over book reading. Sure, it’s a stereotype. But here at Curry, there’s little evidence of its truth. Bruce Weckworth takes great pride in that fact. As […]

Starting with a Bang

Junior Tyla Miller and the volleyball team are off to a fantastic start. // COURTESY OF CURRY ATHLETICS

BY KEVIN DIFFILY // SEPT. 14, 2012 // The fall season is always an exciting time for Curry College athletics. Whether your interest lies with the football team, men’s or women’s soccer, women’s volleyball, women’s tennis, or cross country, there is always plenty of enthusiasm at the beginning of each season. This year, the women’s […]


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