The men and women’s swimming and diving teams hosted Southern Connecticut State University on Nov. 22. The meet resulted in both teams coming out on top, with the men and women winning 200-93 and 175-116, respectively.
The field hockey team hosted Franklin and Marshall University on Saturday, Nov. 16, for the first round of the NCAA Tournament, ending in an unfortunate 4-3 loss for the Lions. The team’s season came to a close after its 18-game winning streak was snapped.
The men and women’s swimming and diving teams swept conference opponent Ramapo College, as the men ended on top 170-91 and the women won 216-46. Both teams improve to 2-0 overall and 1-0 in the conference.
When you’re little, change is encouraged. If you want to be a firefighter one day and a ballerina the next, it’s met with nothing more than innocent questions from parents and a shift in the types of presents received during holidays. So why is this necessary growth discouraged in college, a place where this growth is still occurring?
Following a postponement of its Wednesday game against Stockton University, the women’s soccer team hosted New Jersey City University on Saturday, Oct. 19, in a blowout 13-0 victory over the conference opponent. The team is now 12-1 overall and 6-0 in the New Jersey Athletic Conference.