Welcome to the Holy Cross Newsstand, a daily listing with links to stories from around the country on the Crusaders. Here are the stories from August of 2009.
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Holy Cross expecting Dom-inant year
August 30, 2009 * By Jennifer Toland * Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Think word of quarterback Dominic Randolph returning to the Holy Cross football team for a fifth year brought a smile to the face of coach Tom Gilmore? Now that's a silly question. . .
Rougeot, Royals set to resume college careers
August 22, 2009 * By Kevin D. Roberts * Torrington Register Citizen
A pair of city natives, Kyle Rougeot and Michelle Royals, look to have a major impact in their respective sports this fall and winter. Rougeot, a senior at the College of the Holy Cross, was named a captain of his men's cross country team for the fall season. . .
Game gives kicker leg up
August 22, 2009 * By Jennifer Toland * Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Kickball was the big game at Our Lady of the Holy Rosary School during recess, and Don Lemieux was a schoolyard star. No one could boot the red rubber ball as far as he could. . .
Dominic Randolph, Holy Cross vying for first
Patriot League title since 1991
August 22, 2009 * By Ed Laubach * Easton Express-Times
Dominic Randolph remembers it well: The interception. In fact, he brought it up himself earlier this month during a conversation at the Patriot League's annual football media day at Green Pond Country Club in Bethlehem Township. . .
Patriot League home to one of nation's top FCS
August 13, 2009 * By Chris Brady * Milton Standard-Journal
When Holy Cross pays a visit to Christy Mathewson-Memorial Stadium on Nov. 21, fans will have a chance to see one of the marquee players in not only the Patriot League, but the entire Football Championship Subdivision (formerly I-AA). . .
On the job: Anthony Cerundolo
August 10, 2009 * By Martin Luttrell * Worcester Telegram & Gazette
My main responsibility as an administrator is to oversee a staff of six athletic trainers. Three are full time and three are interns that work full time-hours. I oversee football. It's really for the health and welfare of the players. . .
Holliston's Matt Bellomo ready to tap potential at
August 9, 2009 * By Rick Rendell * Holliston Tab
Matt Bellomo has been spending countless hours this summer getting his body ready to handle the rigors of college football. He's been alternating with trips to Gold's Gym in Ashland, Athletic Base Training in Holliston and to Holy Cross in Worcester to keep up with his workout routine. . .
Career assistant finally finds perfect fit
August 6, 2009 * By Andy Katz * ESPN.com
Mike Brey said he felt the pressure to deliver not just any job for Sean Kearney, but one similar to Notre Dame, a gig in which he could succeed rather quickly, one that would fit his personality and his commitment to a higher-end student-athlete. . .
Fox to play at Holy Cross
August 5, 2009 * By Josh Centor * Shrewsbury Chronicle
During her four years patrolling the midfield for the Shrewsbury girls soccer program, Maura Fox led the Colonials to dominance in the Mid-Wach A as well as a berth in the 2007 state final. . .
Life & Times: Dr. Edward N. Anderson
August 2, 2009 * Worcester Telegram & Gazette
An All-America football player under the famous coach Knute Rockne at Notre Dame, Dr. Anderson followed in Rockne's footsteps and became one of the most successful and revered grid coaches of the last century, putting Holy Cross College on the national football map. . .