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Brazil Announces Equal Pay: The Fight For Equity In Soccer

Sarah Zambrano, Contributing Writer

September 18, 2020

National Soccer teams around the world are moving toward securing equal pay for their women and men’s teams. Some countries, like New Zealand, have already implemented a policy that closes the gender-pay-gap. On the other ha...

Bangor Cross Country: The Race To 11,000 Miles

Will Mahan, Sports Editor

September 18, 2020

Schools facing lockdowns, sports teams facing season cancellations, and students facing uncertainties. In the midst of all of these factors and in the face of one of the worst global pandemics in a century, you wouldn’t be mi...

Premier League Preview: 2020/2021 Season

Alex Walls, Contributing Writer

September 18, 2020

The 2020-2021 season is officially underway, albeit a little delayed. The 29th season kicked off this past weekend, after a busy and exciting transfer market, which is still open until October 5th. Liverpool aims to defend their...

Red Sox Trade Homegrown MVP Mookie Bett

Annie Sinert, Scarlet Staff

February 28, 2020

In the evening hours of Monday, February 10th, the Boston Red Sox announced a trade deal with the Los Angeles Dodgers that included saying goodbye to 2018 American League MVP and beloved homegrown ballplayer, Mookie Betts. The t...

Have You Been To a Clark Sporting Event Recently, No? Here’s a Cougar Update

Sara Conroy, Sports Editor

February 25, 2020

Have you been to a Clark sporting event recently? You surely had plenty of good options for sports to attend. Between the end of winter sports and the very beginning of spring sports, the campus has been buzzing with energy. H...

The USWNT Is Back at It Again

Sara Conroy, Sports Editor

February 7, 2020

  The two-time World Cup Champion defenders, the United States Women’s National Team (USWNT) is currently vying for a spot in the 2020 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan. In the past three games, the USWNT has dominated...

Mamba Mentality: The Kobe Bryant Story

February 7, 2020

Last week was a week of loss. The world mourned, families mourned, and sports fans everywhere were left devastated. After an unexpected helicopter crash in a remote field in Calabasas, California Kobe Bryant and his 13-ye...

Rising Stars and Hopes on the Court

Sara Conroy, Sports Editor

January 31, 2020

While most Clark students were enjoying some time away from the action at Clark this past winter break, the members of the men’s basketball were hard at work. With an 8 and 9 overall record and a 3 and 3 conference record, th...

Intramural Sports: A Way to Stay Active and Have Fun

Malcolm Jacob, Scarlet Staff

November 15, 2019

For many students, athletics are a major part of the college experience. The act of joining a team and competing against other schools is both an excellent form of exercise and a valuable life long memory. For others, simply atte...

The Fifth Annual Midnight Mayhem

Sara Conroy, Sports Editor

November 15, 2019

Poutine and basketball? An unlikely pair, but that’s how the Cougars roll with big sporting events at Clark University. Hundreds of Clarkies crammed into a packed Kneller Athletic Center on Thursday “night” to watch the Men’...

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