August 13, 2020

No-hitter leads Softball in wining trip

March 19, 2013 Chrissy Onorato 0

While the rest of campus was able to go home and relax for a much-needed week off from classes, the College’s softball team continued playing. There was no rest for the weary as the team played a total of 12 games in the course of one week. Coming out of this long week, the Lions have a mighty record of 9-3, as they dominated the competition over break. This included a no-hitter for freshman pitcher Ashtin Helmer, an amazing achievement.

Softball ready to surpass expectations

March 5, 2013 Chrissy Onorato 0

The College’s softball team is more than ready to get their season underway. The Lions are back in the swing of things and are excited to show the talent they have built up over the offseason. Last season showcased great talent as the team ended with an impressive record of 26-17.

Basketball falls in NJAC tournament

February 26, 2013 Chrissy Onorato 0

In what was a heartbreaking loss, the Lions fell 55-39 to William Paterson University in the NJAC tournament, but it was a well-fought game. This concluded the College’s season, but left the team with something they could be proud of.

Lions take care of business and advance

February 19, 2013 Chrissy Onorato 0

Nothing can stop the momentum of the College’s women’s basketball team after the show they put on this week. Though they dropped one game to Montclair State University, they have steamed right ahead into the New Jersey Athletic Conference tournament and have come out victorious in the first of those games, beating Richard Stockton College in a playoff game by a score of 69-57.

Smooth sailing a good sign for playoffs

February 12, 2013 Chrissy Onorato 0

Not even the threat of a major snowstorm could prevent the women’s basketball team from giving it their all this past week. Their game against New Jersey City University was postponed until Monday, Feb. 11, but they were able to secure a win earlier in the week against Rowan University.

Basketball shows Rutgers who’s boss

February 5, 2013 Chrissy Onorato 0

Neither Rutgers-Camden nor Rutgers-Newark Universities stood a chance when the Lions showed up to play this past week. The women’s basketball team played some of their best games of the season, securing two important wins in each. As the team comes closer to the New Jersey Athletic Conference playoffs, their play has become nothing less than spectacular. With everyone showing up fully to every game, the Lions look like they are unstoppable.

Basketball grabs stunning comeback win

January 29, 2013 Chrissy Onorato 0

The women’s basketball team played a couple of their most exciting games of the season this week, resulting in one win and one loss. It is now easy to see the determination that these players bring to the games each and every week, and they are ready to go after the coveted New Jersey Athletic Conference championship.

College starting to catch fire in the winter

January 22, 2013 Chrissy Onorato 0

While the rest of the College community was sleeping in, overeating and relaxing at their homes throughout December and January, the women’s basketball team was busy with their unrelenting schedule during the break. With games resuming on Dec. 29, the Lions went quickly to work, securing a 73-51 win over Apprentice School and resuming their season with a bang.

Lions net two wins in different fashion

December 4, 2012 Chrissy Onorato 0

The second full week of women’s basketball play was a remarkable one for the Lions. With two games this past week, the College collected two wins, one of which gave them a leg up on their opponents in the New Jersey Athletic Conference.

Postseason play leads to Lion struggles

November 7, 2012 Chrissy Onorato 0

Two weeks of postseason play have proven frustrating for the women’s soccer team. Coming off of a fantastic win against New Jersey City University on Oct. 20, the Lions entered a Kicking for the Cure match with Rowan University on Thursday, Oct. 25 to see who would earn a bye in the first week of the NJAC tournament. […]

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