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Shields ignites second-half run, Lions advance

February 22, 2006 Matt Chando 0

The College defeated Rutgers University-Newark 68-54 in the first round of the New Jersey Athletic Conference tournament on Monday night at Packer Hall. The College now advances to the semifinals for a rematch with Montclair State University tonight in Upper Montclair. […]

Two easy wins have Lions cruising toward playoffs

February 8, 2006 Matt Chando 0

The women’s basketball team dispatched Ramapo College and Rutgers University-Camden this week to solidify their third-place position in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) playoff picture. The wins raised the College’s record to 13-7, 10-4 in the NJAC. […]

Frank, Hueter have career games in blowout win

February 1, 2006 Matt Chando 0

All cylinders fired perfectly on Saturday in the women’s basketball team’s 85-54 blowout of Kean University in Packer Hall. The game put them in solid playoff position at fourth place in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC), where the top six teams make the playoffs. […]

Frank, Miller lead the way behind staunch defense

January 25, 2006 Matt Chando 0

Whatever questions have faced the women’s basketball team this season, Erin Frank has provided the answers. Frank’s team-high 11 points and seven rebounds helped return the College to its winning ways on Saturday by defeating William Paterson University (WPU) 44-39 in Packer Hall. […]

Lions are lights-out in second half to down Kean

December 7, 2005 Matt Chando 2

The College’s men’s basketball team used a second-half scoring outburst to defeat Kean University on Saturday 72-60 in Union. Senior center Scott Findlay scored 13 of his 15 points and the team shot an impressive 65 percent from the field in the decisive second half. […]

Storybook season comes up short

November 30, 2005 Matt Chando 0

In a season filled with perfection, the women’s soccer team fell just one win short of a championship. A somersaulting freshman ended the College’s quest for a national championship and undefeated season on Saturday.

The No. 2 ranked College lost to No. 1 Messiah College 1-0 in the NCAA Division III Championship at MacPherson Stadium at Bryan Park in Greensboro, N. […]

Nation’s No. 2 squad cruising in NCAA Tourney

November 16, 2005 Matt Chando 0

The women’s soccer team wasted no time in its quest for a national championship on Saturday, scoring two goals in the first 12 minutes en route to a 5-0 victory over Westminster College at Mercer County Community College.

The College scored all five goals in the first half, securing a place in the sectional round of the NCAA Divsion III Tournament. […]

Schilling goal wins 10th NJAC crown

November 9, 2005 Matt Chando 0

In a game full of close calls and deflections, Allie Schilling made sure her shot counted.

The freshman forward scored late in the second half to propel the women’s soccer team to a 1-0 victory over Kean University on Friday night and win the 2005 New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Championship. […]

Dominating play moves the College up to No. 2

October 19, 2005 Matt Chando 0

Not even cold rain, soaked AstroTurf or a nine-day layoff could stop the women’s soccer team from continuing their red-hot season.

The Lions won three home games this week to improve their record to a perfect 13-0 overall and 7-0 in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC). […]

Lions do well with DI runners

October 5, 2005 Matt Chando 0

The College’s men’s and women’s cross country teams competed in the 32nd running of the Paul Short Invitational on Saturday at Lehigh University. Stacked up against lots of Division I talent, both Lion teams posted solid performances.

“(The) race had schools from all over the east coast and from California, pretty much a lot of the Division I powerhouses,” senior Jenna Fasulo said. […]

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