With their national tournament hopes on the ropes, the College’s field hockey team threw every blow they had against Rowan University in the opening round of the New Jersey Athletic Conference championships on Saturday, Nov. 3.
A male student reported being robbed by four black males in hoodies on the corner of Browning Avenue and Somerset Street on the evening of Tuesday, Oct. 16, according to an emergency alert sent out to the College community.
The alleged perpetrators then fled in the direction of campus, the alert said.
After a national search and campus visits from the candidates, the College selected John Donohue to become its vice president for college advancement, according to an email from President R. Barbara Gitenstein.
In most journeys, it isn’t the end that brings the most joy — it’s the road traveled that brings the excitement. In the case of Major League Baseball though, the tail end is what justifies the long, long journey.
After suffering their first loss of the season to the hands of Montclair State University last week, the No. 6-ranked Lions (12-2) fell short again 2-1 on Saturday, Oct. 13, to No. 16-ranked Rowan University.
A few days after a scoring outpour against Cabrini College, the College struggled to find an offensive groove as they watched their 24-game winning streak come to an end in a 5-1 loss to No. 10 Montclair State University on Saturday, Oct. 6.
Swiveling her head to the left, freshman goalkeeper Roisin Dougherty found herself one-on-one with a forward. Despite her opponent’s best effort, Dougherty laid her body out and made the save, sustaining a shutout in the No. 3-ranked Lions 2-0 win over Ursinus College.