October 24, 2020

Swim teams fall to SCSU

November 17, 2004 Meghan Farrell 0

In one of the most competitive meets of their seasons, both the men’s and women’s swim teams were defeated by Southern Connecticut State University on Saturday 133-85 and 126-110, respectively.

The men showed victories in three events. One was in the 400-free relay, which consisted of senior captains Nick Steffanci and Chris Levin, junior Jeff Glenn and sophomore Kyle King. […]

Cross country regional performance bittersweet

November 17, 2004 Andrew Grant 0

The weekend ended with both happiness and disappointment for the College’s cross country teams, as the men’s team earned a spot in the NCAA Division III championships, while the women’s team failed to qualify.

Held Saturday at St. Lawrence University, the NCAA Division III Atlantic Regional Championships ended with a first-place finish for the men’s team. […]

Wrestling performs well despite numerous injuries

November 17, 2004 Kristen Zimmerman 0

Despite wrestling without four key starters, the Lions had senior co-captain Nick Vinciguerra take first and five others place in the Central Jersey Open hosted by the College on Sunday.

After being the only Lion to win his weight class at the Ithaca College Invitational last week, sixth-ranked Vinciguerra once again led the Lions with a first-place finish at 197 pounds in the senior division. […]

Lions dominate in regular season finale

November 17, 2004 Matt Conklin 0

The College’s football team posted a 37-0 victory over Kean University in its regular season finale Saturday. Fittingly, the seniors playing in the last home game of their careers were the players who led the Lions to victory.

The Lions defense allowed just 31 total yards, forced an impressive six fumbles, recovered three of them and sacked the opposing quarterback eight times for their third shutout of the season. […]

Lions advance to sweet 16 with win over Gettysburg

November 17, 2004 Scott Miccio 0

The College’s women’s soccer team rebounded from their New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Championship loss last week to defeat Gettysburg College 2-1 in their first game of the NCAA Division III tournament.

Two weeks ago, the College defeated Gettysburg with ease at Lions Stadium 4-0, but this game was a whole different story as emotions were running high for both teams, knowing a loss would put an end to each of their seasons. […]

Field hockey falls one short at Regionals

November 17, 2004 Kristina Cossaboon 0

The College’s field hockey season came to an abrupt end with a 3-2 loss to first-ranked, undefeated Salisbury University on Monday in the NCAA Division III Regional Championship game.

The Sea Gulls jumped out to a 2-0 lead with goals from junior forward Brittany Elliott and sophomore forward Megan Powell in the first half. […]

Editorial: Friendly advice for our New Jersey governor

November 17, 2004 Signal Editorial Staff 0

A few Sundays ago, Elise Young, reporter for The Record, profiled Dick Codey, the previously little-known politician who was suddenly thrust onto center stage to replace Jim McGreevey as governor. New Jerseyans may have thought that the man who will be one of the most powerful governors in the nation for the next 14 months would be just another Christie Whitman or Jim Florio. […]

The Bush legacy — vision without follow-through

November 17, 2004 Zac Goldstein 0

If President George W. Bush’s many initiatives actually lived up to the promise behind them, I’d probably be one of his biggest supporters.

After all, the Bush presidency is one of great vision. Whether that vision entails hope or catastrophe is largely in the eye of the beholder, but no one can rightly accuse the president of not having a plan. […]

The world is a better place with Yasser Arafat in his grave

November 17, 2004 Matt Esposito 0

The Middle East has been a place of turmoil for over a half a century now. At times during Intifadas and uprisings one could turn on Fox News or CNN and see caf?s in flames, buses bombed, dead Palestinians in coffins being carried through the streets by angry grieving mobs and Israeli and Palestinian ambulances bringing people to hospitals with sirens blaring. […]

Thanksgiving a time for contemplation and gratitude

November 17, 2004 Mike McCaffery 0

What do you do when there is nothing to do? What do you do when there are no more problems to solve, books to read or papers to write? Aristotle says that we work so that we may have leisure. Many people, no matter how much they love their classes or their job, are “working for the weekend. […]

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