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Young Lions aid swim victory

October 28, 2003 Lauren Kidd 0

Freshmen swimmers dove into collegiate competition, playing key roles in the College’s men’s and women’s season opening sweep at Montclair State University (MSU) on Saturday.

Women’s Swimming

The women’s squad defeated MSU’s Red Hawks 148-73, giving the team a 1-0 start to the season. […]

Defending the Yanks

October 14, 2003 Kristen Zimmerman 0

The New York Yankees always seem to be associated with large numbers. Thirty-eight American League pennants, 26 World Championships and $180 million payroll. We all know they’re good, and we all know they have a lot of money. Get over it.

Every time a major publication mentions the Yankees in post-season play, their payroll statistics are sure to follow. […]

Lions defense denies Griffins the shot

October 14, 2003 Andrew Grant 0

The eighth-ranked women’s soccer team won their fourth straight game defeating Gwynedd-Mercy College, 6-0, in a non-conference match Tuesday night. It was the first meeting between the Lions (10-2) and the Griffins (6-3-2).

The Lions dominated the game with a stifling defense that did not allow a shot the entire game. […]

Mecchi fails to hold off Blue Jays offense

October 14, 2003 Dave Nicotera 0

The Lions mens’ soccer team (3-9-2) stayed with 10th ranked Elizabethtown College Blue Jays (10-1-1) for the first 66 minutes of their non-conference game on Saturday night, but eventually fell short in a 2-0 loss.

Lions junior goalkeeper Shawn Mecchi withstood five shots in the first half without allowing a goal. […]

Rivalry or rumble?

October 14, 2003 Heather Altz 0

I believe competition can be a healthy thing, especially when applied to athletics. Rivalries between competitors make events more exciting for fans and players alike, even more so in professional athletics.

However, if Saturday’s American Legue Conference Series (ALCS) Game 3 is any indication, sometimes rivalry can be taken too far. […]

Women win 100th NJAC match

October 14, 2003 John Kell 0

The Lions defeated New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) rival Montclair State University, 8-1, for the women’s tennis program’s 100th consecutive NJAC win.

The unbelievable streak began in 1982 when women’s tennis was first introduced to the league. […]

Lions defeat Pioneers, remain atop NJAC standings

October 14, 2003 Mike Frankel 0

The Lions had a strong second-half effort to defeat the William Paterson Pioneers 21-0 in a key New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) game Friday night.

After leading by only one touchdown at the break, the Lions dominated both sides of the ball in the third quarter. […]

Winning streak stands at five

October 14, 2003 Jessica Diklich 0

The Lions defeated Salisbury University and Eastern University, keeping their winning streak alive. The College, 10-1 overall, 3-0 New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC), defeated the Salisbury University Sea Gulls on Saturday, 4-1.

Prior to the game the Sea Gulls were undefeated with a nine-game winning streak. […]

Former NFL player teaches yoga

October 14, 2003 Mary Kate Bohlin 0

A knee injury ended Herv? Damas’ professional football career after only one year, but opened his mind to an alternate career and activity – yoga.

Damas, a 31 year-old graduate from Hofstra University, is in his third year as the coordinator of the Physical Enhancement Center at the College. […]

Lions defeat two NJAC rivals

October 7, 2003 Kristen Zimmerman 0

In a closely contested game that remained tied for the majority of the 90 minutes, the College’s women’s soccer team defeated the Kean University Cougars, 2-1.

Junior midfielder Lauren DiStefano scored the winning goal for the Lions are 9-2 overall, 4-1 New Jersey Athletic Association (NJAC), on a penalty kick at 64:29. […]

College ends five-year losing streak

October 7, 2003 John Kell 0

The No. 3 ranked Rowan University Profs drove deep into Lions’ territory, threatening another come-from-behind victory on Friday night. The Lions defense gained possession of the ball with just a minute left, giving the College a 22-20 victory, its first victory over Rowan in five years. […]

NFL: What’s going on?

October 7, 2003 John Kell 0

What is going on with the NFL? I know it’s only week five, and most of the predictions now will not stand at the end of the season, but the facts cannot be ignored.

Only one of the eight current divisional leaders, the Indianapolis Colts (5-0), went to the playoffs last year. […]

Plenty of joy in victory over Profs

October 7, 2003 Tiffany Rhea 0

As a senior, I already have had many moments this semester where I’ve sat down to reminisce about the good and bad times I’ve had at the College.

After the College vs. Rowan football game last Friday night, I was reminded of how my opinion of this school has changed in three years. […]

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