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CU bids farewell to seniors

In every football player’s career, there comes a day where it all comes to end. No more putting the pads on, strapping on helmets, practices, games or road trips with your teammates. As a player, you reminisce about all the memories and think about the first time you stepped onto […]

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Field hockey has rough end to the season

The Spartans dropped two straight games on the road at the University of Southern Maine, ultimately ending their otherwise very successful season. Castleton finished with an 11-8 record overall, and an 8-4 Little East Conference record in the 2019- 20 season. Two consecutive losses, 2-1 on Nov. 2 in the […]

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Title race on deck!

The Championship 4 is set! After 35 weeks of intense racing, it’s finally time to see who will be the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion! The semi-final race came and went this past weekend in Arizona at ISM Connect Raceway (aka and formally known as Phoenix International Raceway). […]

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CU student reporting on ECHL

As a life-long hockey fan and media and communication major my dream job is to be a sports journalist in the NHL. This year I’m getting my first hands-on experience as I’m covering the Adirondack Thunder of the ECHL for The Puck Authority. I started writing for the Puck Authority […]

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Senior reflects on collegiate football career

I’ve always been the type of person who looks to make the most out of their predicament or situation. No matter how tough times get, I always find a way to persevere and get back on the horse. But how do you persevere when you’ve lost your smile? When you […]

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Tuukka Rask, I love you

Tuukka Rask. Elite. Tuukka Rask is one of the most respected goaltenders within the NHL. On Oct. 22, Rask played game 500 within the league against the team he was first drafted by in 2005. After the 4-2 win against the Toronto Maple Leafs, Rask was recognized as the seventh […]

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CU alumni goes pro and joins the ECHL

After college, some athletes want to continue their athletic career professionally, and many decide to go overseas to do so. Former Castleton University hockey goaltender Ryan Mulder took a different path. He chose to stay in the United States and pursue a hockey career here. He now plays for the […]

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Spartans continue their hot streak with three more wins

The Spartans field hockey team has been scorching hot as of late, winning three consecutive games at Dave Wolk Stadium against Westfield State University, Salem State University and Keuka College. Offensively, Castleton is generating scoring opportunities consistently, scoring 17 goals in three games. Junior midfielder Gabriella Hunt leads the Spartans […]

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Fight breaks out after race in Martinsville

Oh boy, oh boy, what a night in Martinsville, Virginia last weekend. The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series started the third round of the playoffs at Martinsville Speedway. This half mile paper clip shaped oval, which is known for wild racing, didn’t disappoint again. The final 130 laps were filled […]

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Spartans lose a tight one, prepare for LEC playoffs

The Spartans women’s soccer team went 1-1 this past week on the road with a 4-0 shutout win at New England College and a tough loss at Plymouth State University. Castleton’s strong offensive showing against the Nor’Easters on Wednesday was highlighted by Makenzi Bellando, Rylee Nichols and Julia Carone, who […]