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Gonzaga Baseball

Gonzaga Baseball

By: Will Clansky ’13 Managing Editor It’s January 17th, the temperature is in the teens, and the time is 5:30 a.m. While most students are asleep in their beds, Gonzaga Senior and co-captain of the baseball team, Hugh Gardiner, is waking up and heading to school, where [Read More]

Gonzaga Golf Goes for the Green

Gonzaga Golf Goes for the Green

By: Will Clansky ’13 Managing Editor Fore! Watch out, the golf season is just around the corner. Beginning on March 7th, the Gonzaga golf team began its quest for a fourth consecutive WCAC title and 3rd consecutive METRO’s championship under the leadership of Mr. [Read More]

Gonzaga Track and Field

Gonzaga Track and Field

By: Will Clansky ’13 Managing Editor During the winter season, the Gonzaga Indoor Track Team was quite sucessful to say the least. A relatively young team was able to hold its own throughout its lengthy season, and captured several esteemed championships. In early January [Read More]

Eagles Lacrosse 2013

Eagles Lacrosse 2013

By: Patrick Healy ’13 Editor-in-Chief It’s that time of year again—lacrosse season! After beating St. Mary’s Annapolis, Bullis, and St. Albans, the Eagles look ahead to a spring break full of challenging match ups. On March 22nd, the team takes on Calvert Hall, the [Read More]

Early Playoff Exit Breeds Desire

Early Playoff Exit Breeds Desire

By Andrew Hohman ’14 WASHINGTON, DC –- The number one Gonzaga Eagles lose to eighth seed Bishop Ireton Cardinals in the quarterfinals of the WCAC playoffs to bring an end to the historic WCAC season for Gonzaga with a score of 67-58.  All season the Gonzaga Eagles [Read More]

Crossfit

Crossfit

By: Will Lawler ’13 Editor-in-Chief Do you want the body of Adonis, Hercules, or even the great Arnold Schwarzenegger? Well you can do one better because they really wanted the body of a crossfit athlete. If you are an athlete looking to stay in shape in the off season or [Read More]

Torn Dreams:An ACL Epidemic

Torn Dreams:An ACL Epidemic

By: Marcus Dennis ‘14 Contributor Following the devastating loss in the first round of the 2012-2013 NFL playoffs, Redskins fans received even more devastating news: rookie sensation, Robert Griffin III, had partially torn both his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and his [Read More]

Gonzaga Basketball Wins Nailbiter vs. PVI

Gonzaga Basketball Wins Nailbiter vs. PVI

Derrell Bouknight ’15 Contributor The game that everyone’s been waiting for since the summer, Gonzaga vs. PVI, finally arrived Monday night to a packed Panther gym in Fairfax, Virginia. Needless to say, it didn’t disappoint. With all eyes on prominent sophomores [Read More]

The Mighty Eagles

The Mighty Eagles

Sean Linehan ’13 Sports Editor The Eagles have really been kicking ice this year on the rink! Much of the credit is due to two of the kindest and most athletic Jacks in the senior class – Jack Slater, who is tied for the team’s points lead with twelve, and Jack [Read More]

Exclusive Kevin Hogan Interview

Exclusive Kevin Hogan Interview

Aquilian Staff Is it any surprise that a Gonzaga alum is fabulously successful? Not really, but rarely is a Gonzaga grad as visibly successful as Kevin Hogan class of 2011, Stanford’s starting Quarterback who took over midseason and has led the team all the way to the [Read More]

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The Phoenix Rises

The Phoenix Rises

By: Matt Buckley ’14 Welcome to the twenty-ninth volume of The Phoenix, Gonzaga’s premier, and only, literature [Read More]

The Metro and Gonzaga

The Metro and Gonzaga

By: Christian Prince ’14 The most useful ancillary of Gonzaga’s metropolitanism is buried hundreds of feet [Read More]

Goodbye to the Old Sage

Goodbye to the Old Sage

By: Christian Forte ’14 The Aquilian, Production Editor Well organized lines, being called by table, just how [Read More]

New Tech Policies

New Tech Policies

By: Konrad Woo ’15 The Aquilian, Copy Editor Along with the administrative changes new this year at Gonzaga, [Read More]

Gonzaga Squash

Gonzaga Squash

By: Andrew Hohman ’14 The Aquilian, Editor in Chief The Gonzaga Squash program has started this year’s campaign [Read More]

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