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Throwers lack event coach

April 5, 2016 Michael Battista 0

Following any sporting event, coaches usually gather their players around and give them a talk. They discuss how to improve, what they did well and what to tweak for the next event around the corner. However, while every varsity sport at the College has a head coach, track and field lack coaches that specialize in certain events. […]

Strong freshman class propels Lions

January 26, 2016 George Tatoris 0

By George Tatoris Staff Writer For freshman athletes, college sports means going beyond what they’ve ever achieved. “It is a lot different from high school, and I feel myself pushing a lot more in practice,” […]

Lions are ready to run

December 1, 2015 George Tatoris 0

By George Tatoris Staff Writer The men’s and women’s indoor track teams are training hard for their opening meet, the New Year’s Invitational hosted by Princeton University, which will be held on Friday, Dec. 11. […]

Cross country takes NJAC title 22 years in a row

November 3, 2015 George Tatoris 0

Most of the men’s cross country team wasn’t even born when the College’s New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Championship streak began, but that didn’t stop the team from adding another year to the now 22-year winning streak on Saturday, Oct. 31. The team garnered 31 points to narrowly beat out Ramapo’s 37 points.

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