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Profs hand Lions season-ending loss

October 31, 2007 copress 0

After dropping their game on Oct. 24 to the Profs (12-7-1) of Rowan University, the Lions (10-6-3) must have thought they were seeing double.

The Lions lost two games to the Profs this week, including a quarterfinal match in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Tournament. […]

Spotless season for Lions

October 31, 2007 Justin Jez 0

Closing out an undefeated season, the women’s soccer team earned the No. 1 seed in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Championship Tournament with wins over Rowan University, New Jersey City University (NJCU) and William Paterson University.

The Lions look to take their third consecutive NJAC Championship, ending the regular season with a 15-0-1 overall record and an 8-0-1 mark in the conference. […]

Lions around the dorm

October 31, 2007 Signal Editorial Staff 0

Welcome to the final regular season installment of Around the Dorm! Sports editor Allison Singer has jam-packed this round of AtD with three of her favorite topics: the Yankees, college football and Lions athletics. News editor Brandon Lee and staff writers Justin Jez and Michael O’Donnell will compete for bragging rights as well as the points that could earn them higher seeding in the playoffs. […]

Club sports update

October 31, 2007 Signal Editorial Staff 0

Ice hockey defeated Millersville University 8-4 in Lancaster, Pa. Sophomores Scott McClintic and Mike Kaufer led the Lions with two goals each. Also scoring for the Lions were junior Alex Gorden, senior Sean Burge and freshmen Elie Klein and Vincent LaRosa. […]

Ready to wrestle in 2007

October 31, 2007 Tom Galton 0

It is difficult to top a season that included a fifth place finish at the NCAA Division III Championship, a Metropolitan (METS) Conference title and a 19-1 dual meet record, but the wrestling team believes it can do just that in the 2007-2008 season.

Despite the subtraction of All-American graduates Joe Galante and Mike Guenther at 157 pounds and 165 pounds, respectively, the Lions boast depth at every weight class. […]

High expectations met at Montclair meet

October 31, 2007 Bobby Olivier 0

After tasting success in the NCAA National Championships as well as the Metropolitan Conference Championship last season, the swimming and diving teams are looking to continue their winning ways heading into the 2007-2008 season.

The first test was at Montclair State University on Friday, Oct. […]

Tecco, Guerriero lead teams to victory

October 31, 2007 Leann Weiner 0

Despite harsh weather conditions on Saturday, both the College’s men’s and women’s cross country teams brought home 2007 New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Championship titles.

According to head coach Phil Jennings, the meet, which was held at Richard Stockton College, could not have gone any better. […]

Lions clinch NJAC title

October 31, 2007 Kristen Lord 0

The field hockey team clinched the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) title for the second consecutive year.

With a 5-0 victory over Ramapo College, the College earned its 21st NJAC title as well as an automatic bid to the upcoming NCAA Division III Tournament. […]

Cortland crushed in Saturday shutout

October 31, 2007 Steve Cohen 0

In one of the College’s most highly anticipated football games this year, the Lions won their seventh straight game by shutting out the SUNY-Cortland Red Dragons 30-0 at home Saturday.

The Lions secured the first seed in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Tournament. […]

Neo-conservatives stray from Republican principles

October 31, 2007 Terence Grado 0

For those that know me rather well you know I am often at odds with my political party. Whether it is the Republican Party in New Jersey or the national GOP, there are plenty of areas for a conservative to bemoan.

To be quite honest, I find myself arguing with fellow Republicans more than I do with Democrats or leftists. […]

New Jersey should address all aspects of illegal immigration

October 31, 2007 Paul Harris Jr. 0

A recent immigration law, sponsored by Senator Shirley Turner and signed by Gov. Jon S. Corzine, is being twisted and distorted to suggest that at its foundation lay a jingoistic anti-Hispanic agenda. The intent and purpose of the law is clear. The law intends to protect tax-paying and law-abiding citizens who legally obtain a license, registration and insurance as is required by New Jersey law. […]

Why voting matters

October 31, 2007 Signal Editorial Staff 0

Before you roll your eyes and turn the page, consider this: the Student Government Association’s voter registration drive this semester successfully registered over 200 students, a considerable improvement upon last year’s endeavor. Yet, while sitting at these registration tables, it was painfully obvious that the College’s population was shocked to learn that there even was an upcoming election in New Jersey. […]


October 31, 2007 Signal Editorial Staff 0

As someone who was born and raised in Trenton I find last week’s Signal editorial to be characteristic of outsiders to my city. The image of Trenton portrayed in the editorial is clearly one that is gleaned from the media and law enforcement officials, by and large, as opposed to personal experience or conversations with residents. […]

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