Following three consecutive wins in the New Jersey Athletic Conference tournament, the softball Lions have been crowned champions for the first time since the 2000 season. The tournament’s fourth and final match was canceled due to weather,
The baseball team encountered setbacks this week, losing three games against Ursinus College, Arcadia University and Rutgers University-Camden. During their senior and alumni day on Saturday, April 27, the Lions took a win and loss against Kean University.
Ending its season on a seven-game winning streak, the softball team is poised for a deep postseason run boasting a 17-1 conference record at the end of the season. Sitting at the top of its conference, the College will serve as the host site for the New Jersey Athletic Conference tournament.
The Lions continued to blast their opponents this week, defeating Penn State Abington and Montclair State University on the road. The team then split a doubleheader against Ramapo College and received its first loss in eight games. It capped off the week with a another victory against Montclair State.
The men’s and women’s track teams went on the road to take on Rider University in a dual meet on Friday. Feb. 1. Both teams were victorious ––– the men won 113-42 and the women come out on top at 89-69.