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Men’s Soccer not Doomed Despite Slow Start

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BY ANDREW PENACHO // Sept. 23, 2016 // The Colonels are left with their hands on their head, as they’re wondering how they opened up the season 3-5-1, and in the middle of the pack in the Commonwealth Coast Conference. The 5-0 loss to Johnson & Wales (RI) is not the biggest problem of a team that has started on the wrong foot. Maybe the biggest problem for Curry’s men

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Women’s Soccer Returns to win Column with 3-0 Victory over Fitchburg State

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BY BRANDON WILFORE // SEPT. 21, 2016 // In a non-conference matchup against Fitchburg State University, the Curry College women’s soccer team defeated the visiting Falcons 3-0. Curry had all momentum from the first whistle to the last. On a perfect September night, the Colonels were hungry for a win. The last tally in the win column came on September

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Womens’ volleyball falls short against Western New England, 3-1

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BY TIM NOONAN // SEPT. 21, 2016 // Tuesday evening the Curry College Colonels women’s volleyball team hosted the Western New England Golden Bears for a Commonwealth Coast Conference matchup and lost in four sets. The game started at 6 p.m. and the Colonels struck first off of a kill by senior Alyssa Keeney. Neither team was able to get

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Colonels Down Amcats, 42-3, in Non-Conference Action

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BY ZACH MULLER // SEPT. 18, 2016 // The Curry College football team defeated Anna Maria College, 42-3 coming off their bye week. The victory puts the Colonels at 2-0 ahead of their first conference game next week. Coming off a strong performance against Bridgewater state, junior quarterback Alex Corvese shined yet again. He finished with 26 completions on 38

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Too Early to Hit Panic Button for Women’s Soccer

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By ANDREW PENACHO // SEPT. 16, 2016 // Curry’s Women soccer team has completed about one-third of their regular season, and the Colonels seem to be leaving their fans with more questions than answers. Last season was coach Jason Tassinari’s fourth year and he was able to display a team that was picked completely under his control. That team started the

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