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Softball falters against conference opponents

April 20, 2005 Tim Fox 0

The College’s softball team lost three of four conference games against Rowan University and Montclair State University last week.

With the losses, the Lions fall to 20-11 overall and 5-5 in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC).

“We’re kind of in shock that a team with this much talent is in this position right now,” senior pitcher Jess Donohue said, referring to the fifth place spot the Lions currently hold in the NJAC standings. […]

Lions post 4-2 record in NJAC doubleheaders

April 13, 2005 Tim Fox 0

The Lions improved to 19-8 and upped their New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) record to 4-2 as they played a trio of doubleheaders against Kean University, Rutgers University-Newark and Ramapo College.

The Lions defeated the Cougars of Kean University in a pair of 4-0 shutout victories last Wednesday afternoon behind two home runs by junior catcher Kristin Meister. […]

Lions earn national ranking, down Mules in doubleheader

April 6, 2005 Tim Fox 0

The College’s softball team improved to 15-6 on the season by handily defeating the Mules of Muhlenberg College in both games of a doubleheader this past Thursday at Armstrong Field.

In the first game of the day, the Lions shut out the Mules 9-0. As they have done all season, the Lions jumped out to an early lead, giving senior pitcher Jess Donohue six runs of support in the first inning to help her win her eighth consecutive game. […]

Zimmerman’s bat powers Lions to 4-0 week

March 30, 2005 Tim Fox 0

The College’s softball team dominated round robin action, going 4-0 in defeating the Yellow Jackets of the University of Rochester and the Garnet of Swarthmore College twice each over the weekend to improve to 13-6 on the season.

Coming off a Gold Division Championship at the Seventh Annual East Coast Fastpitch Classic last weekend, the team continued to play at a high level and dominated the competition with an offensive outburst led by senior outfielder Kristen Zimmerman. […]

Softball takes home gold at Fastpitch Classic

March 23, 2005 Tim Fox 0

The College’s softball team took home the Gold Division Championship at the Seventh Annual East Coast Fastpitch Classic in Virginia this weekend.

The Lions went 4-1 for the tournament, including an exciting 3-2 win over the second-ranked Sea Gulls of Salisbury University. […]

Softball sits at .500 after up-and-down week

March 16, 2005 Tim Fox 0

The College’s softball team kicked off the 2005 season at the Rebel Spring Games in Kissimmee, Fla., going 5-5 through a grueling series of five double headers in a seven-day span.

The team suffered several tough losses and couldn’t seem to get on a roll as they alternated wins and losses throughout the week. […]

Agreement allows community college students to transfer to College

March 2, 2005 Tim Fox 0

The College is in the process of signing a transfer articulation agreement with the County College of Morris (CCM) that will allow engineering students at the community college to transfer to the College and earn a four-year degree.

The agreement will give more New Jersey students an opportunity to study engineering at the College. […]

Sophomore ‘squatting’ right discussed at RHA forum

February 16, 2005 Tim Fox 0

Students voiced their concerns about squatting priveleges of sophomores currently living in Townhouses and expressed their continued displeasure with Dining Services last week at the Residential Housing Association (RHA) open forum.

The new housing policy will allow current sophomores who live in Townhouses West to remain in these highly sought after residence halls next year. […]

Alcohol related incidents on a steady decline since 2000

February 9, 2005 Tim Fox 0

By implementing an alcohol program aimed at positive reinforcement, the negative behavior associated with drinking has declined over the past several years at the College, according to a forum held last Wednesday.

Joe Hadge, coordinator of the Alcohol and Drug Education Program (ADEP), said the percentage of students at the College who have been in trouble with police or residence halls on account of drinking too much has been steadily declining since 2000. […]

From rocking chairs to hallways, knitting makes a comeback

February 2, 2005 Tim Fox 0

On any given night, along the faintly lit hallways on the second floor of Wolfe Hall, freshman residents can be found quietly enjoying their leisure time together. But these students don’t crowd the hallways just to socialize – they come to knit.

Freshmen, especially, tend to have more free time as they are just beginning to find a home for themselves at the College. […]

Lions tuning up for Rider meet

January 26, 2005 Tim Fox 0

Due to the overwhelming snowfall over the weekend, the College’s men’s and women’s indoor track and field teams were unable to build on the solid performance they showed at the New York University (NYU) Invitational on Jan. 14.

The teams were looking forward to competing in the Princeton University Relays last Saturday but will now have to wait until next weekend for the Haverford College Invitational, which will be the teams’ last chance to prepare before their dual meet against neighboring rival Rider University on Feb. […]

Injury-plagued Lions still win dual meets

December 8, 2004 Tim Fox 0

Despite having eight of its 10 regular starters out, the Lions handily defeated their first two opponents of the year, doubling up Hunter College 28-14 and tallying a 29-15 win over New York University (NYU) on Dec. 1.

Heading into its first dual meets of the season, the team was without several notable starters including two All-Americans, three conference champs and its best transfer. […]

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