Archive for Tag Archives: ' Sports'

Senior Athletes: This Isn’t the End

As fall sports come to an end this month, Albion athletes must cope with the blank spaces in their schedules from the absence of practices and games. This lack of activity can be especially devastating because, [...]

Sports Profile: Rad Ziani

Albion College welcomes international students on campus for sports, academia and immersement into American culture. Rad Ziani, a Greux, France senior, plays on the 2015-16 Albion College men’s basketball team. The Pleiad spoke with Ziani to [...]

Britons Weekly: This Past Week in Briton Sports

Football The Brits took the field on Saturday, Oct. 24 with an undefeated record of 6-0 and looked to make it 7-0 against Trine University. For the first three quarters, things were looking up on the [...]

The Pleiad Print Issue Now Available

The Albion Pleiad is pleased to announce our first 2015 print edition. In the tradition of many Pleiad staffs before us, we have decided to revisit the physical newspaper in order to serve the Albion College [...]

Britons Weekly: This Past Week in Briton Sports

Football The Brits traveled to Holland, Mich. to face off against MIAA rival Hope College. Because of the cold and rainy conditions, the Brits ran the ball much more than they passed it. Trenton, Mich. senior [...]

Britons Weekly: A Look at the Past Week in Briton Sports

Women’s Soccer The lady Brits hosted Calvin College in their home opener and third league match on Monday, Sept. 14. The two teams were evenly matched throughout most of the game, but Calvin was able to [...]

Britons Weekly: A Look at the Past Week in Briton Sports

Volleyball The women’s volleyball team hosted the defending DIII national champions Hope College on Wednesday, Sept. 9. Albion came out strong and took the first set 25-23, but Hope responded by taking the next three and [...]

Opinion: Fantasy football is way cooler than I expected

It was August and I was preparing to say goodbye to the sunny beaches of Saginaw, once again, as I prepared for another semester at Albion. As I began to make my rounds, saying goodbye to [...]

Opinion: Playoffs more entertaining than NCAA

With the 2014 NBA playoffs having recently started, the discussion of whether the NCAA tournament or playoffs is the better entertainment has risen again. There is also the theory that college players care more about the [...]

Lacrosse quickly transforms program

Albion College men’s lacrosse head coach Jake DeCola and the rest of the men’s lacrosse team have really turned their program into a dominant force in less than five years. The first Britons season was in [...]