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Punt return sends Lions to forgettable loss

October 19, 2005 Tim Fox 0

Despite playing one of its best games of the season, the Lions’ football team could not hold onto a lead and fell short in a disappointing 30-17 loss at Western Connecticut State University Saturday afternoon.

Early in the fourth quarter, the Lions took a 17-10 lead after senior place-kicker Blake Abbott converted a season-long 42-yard field goal, but that’s when the Colonials used a little Homecoming magic to get back into the game and score 20 unanswered points in the final frame. […]

Goal line stand earns football team its second victory

October 12, 2005 Tim Fox 0

With a tremendous defensive effort, the Lions’ football team picked up its first conference victory against the Pioneers of William Paterson University by a score of 13-7 on Saturday afternoon.

Despite a steady downpour, the Lions weathered the storm and survived two William Paterson drives in the final six minutes, each from inside their own 10-yard line, to take the game. […]

THE ROWAN RIVALRY

October 5, 2005 Tim Fox 0

It was too little too late for the Lions as they came up short against the fourth-ranked Profs of Rowan University on Friday night, taking the 30-20 loss before a packed stadium at John Page Field.

Despite digging themselves into a seemingly insurmountable 0-23 hole by halftime, the Lions turned a blowout into a nail biter by scoring three unanswered touchdowns in the second half. […]

ChiSox, Angels could spark upsets in AL

October 5, 2005 Tim Fox 0

Although it seems destined for the American League playoffs to boil down to a Yankees-Red Sox showdown, the Angels and White Sox will look to disrupt the powers that be and try to knock off their respective opponents in the divisional series that started yesterday. […]

Two more shutout wins shoot Lions to No. 3

September 28, 2005 Tim Fox 0

With a pair of 2-0 shutout victories against Ramapo College and Richard Stockton College this week, the women’s soccer team now finds itself atop the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) and ranked third in the latest NSCAA/adidias Division III national poll with a 7-0 overall record. […]

Bell steps in at QB, ignites offense

September 21, 2005 Tim Fox 0

In its best performance so far this season, the Lions’ football team picked up its first victory with a convincing 42-20 trouncing of Fairleigh Dickinson University-Florham at home on Friday night.

Junior quarterback Chris Bell got the first start of his career and took advantage of a weak Devil’s defense, throwing for 253 yards and three touchdowns. […]

Lions falter in first crack at NJAC action

September 14, 2005 Tim Fox 0

Behind a struggling and inconsistent offense, the Lions football team suffered its second loss of the season to the Red Dragons of SUNY-Cortland 30-14 at home on Saturday.

Failing to stop the run and convert when they needed to, the Lions were unable to sustain any sort of momentum to overcome the lead Cortland held the entire game. […]

XC teams tab first place at Harkness Park

September 14, 2005 Tim Fox 0

The College’s men’s and women’s cross country teams opened the fall season by winning their respective races at the Connecticut College Invitational at Harkness Park on Saturday.

Senior Matt Randal led the way for the men’s squad as he broke the course record with a first place time of 25:05. […]

Lions struggle against Mules in season opener

September 7, 2005 Tim Fox 0

The Lions were not kings of their own stadium during the football team’s season opener Friday night, as they were manhandled to a 30-13 loss by a veteran Muhlenberg College team.

With a sputtering offense, the Lions did nothing to dispel the legend of the Mules defense that led all of Division III in yards allowed last season. […]

Lions revamp defense after graduation

August 31, 2005 Tim Fox 0

Despite a highly successful 2004 campaign, the College’s football team will try to improve upon last season’s 8-2 mark with hopes of winning the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) after finishing as the runner-up in the past three seasons.

Having lost numerous key players to graduation, the Lions will have some significant shoes to fill, namely those of offensive lineman Erik Sendel and defensive linemen Bryan Mulholland and Michael Sykes, members of the Class of 2005 who were all named to the 2004 All-East Team. […]

Starting jobs undecided in preseason

August 31, 2005 Tim Fox 0

The College’s men’s soccer team will look to improve upon its 7-9-2 record during its disappointing 2004 season.

Last year’s team had trouble finishing on the offensive side, as they were held scoreless in eight of 18 games.

Head coach George Nazario admits that goal scoring was not the team’s strong point. […]

Lions revamp defense after graduation

August 24, 2005 Tim Fox 0

Despite a highly successful 2004 campaign, the College’s football team will try to improve upon last season’s 8-2 mark with hopes of winning the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) after finishing as the runner-up in the past three seasons.

Having lost numerous key players to graduation, the Lions will have some significant shoes to fill, namely those of offensive lineman Erik Sendel and defensive linemen Bryan Mulholland and Michael Sykes, members of the Class of 2005 who were all named to the 2004 All-East Team. […]

Starting jobs undecided in preseason

August 24, 2005 Tim Fox 0

The College’s men’s soccer team will look to improve upon its 7-9-2 record during its disappointing 2004 season.

Last year’s team had trouble finishing on the offensive side, as they were held scoreless in eight of 18 games.

Head coach George Nazario admits that goal scoring was not the team’s strong point. […]

Lions fall to fourth in NJAC with pair of losses to WPU

April 27, 2005 Tim Fox 0

The College’s softball team dropped both games of a doubleheader against No. 23 William Paterson University on Monday to fall to fourth place in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) with a 23-13 overall record and a 7-7 mark in conference play.

In the first game, Pioneers’ sophomore first baseman Liz Sisca had two home runs to down the No. […]

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