The Daily Northwestern

Lacrosse: Against a rising tide of challenges, Amonte Hiller continues to find success

Bobby Pillote, Assistant Sports Editor

May 22, 2014

Filed under Lacrosse, Sports

Kelly Amonte Hiller has been hearing the “D” word quite a bit lately. And as silent as the stoic coach is on the subject, there’s no denying it: Northwestern lacrosse is a dynasty. Ten straight Final Four appearances,...

Svitek: Why my family moved to Newtown, Conn.

Patrick Svitek, Online Managing Editor

December 17, 2012

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Sixteen years ago, I moved with my parents and newborn sister to Newtown, Conn. We had officially outgrown my mom and dad's first home in nearby Danbury, and they were lured by the hallmarks of all sound communities. An almost...

Field Hockey: Fuchs leads charge to championship title

Emily Drewry, Sports Reporter

October 26, 2012

Filed under Fall Sports, Field Hockey, Sports

Coach Tracey Fuchs is no stranger to winning championships. In fact, she won three Big Ten titles as an assistant coach at Michigan. She also won an NCAA Championship while playing for Connecticut during her college years. But she...

Nadkarni: Crawford’s time is now

Rohan Nadkarni, Assistant Sports Editor

October 24, 2012

Filed under Basketball, Fall Sports, Sports, Winter Sports

Last year, heartbreak became the norm for Northwestern’s men’s basketball team. The team suffered so many tough, close losses – Minnesota, Purdue, Michigan and Ohio State to name a few – that the failure to reach the...