This edition of Catullus's love poetry presents the Latin text of the Lesbia cycle, original English translations of each poem, as well as notes and introductions.
About the Authors
James Carroll, Kevin Chalek, Ashley Holanda, Katherine Jin, Robert Keller, Kristyn Klinck, Patrick Martin, Allison Resnick, and Matilda Thornton-Clark are students at Montgomery High School in Skillman, NJ.
". . . the work of nine exceptionally talented young people . . . As you thumb through the pages of this libellus¸ to borrow a term from Catullus, you will surely see how their sensitivity and insight have brought to life the voice of one of the most important poets from antiquity." - Brian Beyer, from the foreword
Before the game, DePaul honored seniors midfielder Kevin Beyer, midfielder Ryan Martire, midfielder Simon Megally, forward Erik Rodriguez and defender Caleb Pothast. Unfortunately, leading scorer for DePaul, Rodriguez, sat out during the game due to an injury. Prior to the match, Rodriguez had scored the last three goals for the Blue Demons, two of which were game winners against Seton Hall and Georgetown respectively. Early in the game, Providence set a high pace for the match by recording their first shot in the second minute of the game. The Friars came into the game against DePaul on a four-match winning streak. Providence continued to prod DePaul’s defense, and in the ninth minute put their first shot on goal which was saved by junior goalkeeper Quentin Low. Low had let only one ball past him during DePaul’s two-match winning streak against Big East teams. Junior midfielder Hans Wustling centered the ball into the Friar’s goal box causing both teams to scramble for the ball. Eventually, the ball found its way to Martire who put a knee on the ball that almost trickled into the net, but the six-foot-three sophomore goalie Colin Miller dove over his defensemen to make the save. The Friars chose to generate plays by using their defensemen to send balls deep into DePaul’s half of the field. The goalkeeper would rush out to grab balls well outside the goal area, but DePaul was unable to take advantage of Miller’s aggressiveness. After a ball was sent deep into DePaul’s zone, Pothast blocked a key shot that most likely would’ve scored for the Friars 37th minute during the first half. However, Pothast’s block set up a corner kick that resulted in Friars’ freshman defender Liam Wilson’s first goal of the season. Before the half, Friars’ keeper Miller recorded two more saves totaling at three before the half. In the 51st minute, a DePaul foul inside their box resulted in a penalty kick for the Friars. Providence’s leading scorer, senior midfielder Julian Gressel, buried a ball in the right side of the net and put the Friars up 2-0. However, DePaul soon took hold of the offense. Late in the game, DePaul was able to hold the Friars in their zone for minutes at a time. The Blue Demons generated quality chances off of the seven corner kicks given up by Providence, but were unable to. Source: depauliaonline.com
Before the game, DePaul honored seniors midfielder Kevin Beyer, midfielder Ryan Martire, midfielder Simon Megally, forward Erik Rodriguez and defender Caleb Pothast. Unfortunately, leading scorer for DePaul, Rodriguez, sat out during the game due to an
Before the game, DePaul honored seniors midfielder Kevin Beyer, midfielder Ryan Martire, midfielder Simon Megally, forward Erik Rodriguez and defender Caleb Pothast. Unfortunately, leading scorer for DePaul, Rodriguez, sat out during the game due to
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