For the College's men's tennis team, Sunday's 4-3 win against New York University (NYU) left quite an impression.
"It was the best match I've ever been a part of in my life," senior Ken Tsui said. The deciding victory came down to sophomore first singles player Ryan Carty.
A 5-0 first inning deficit was too much for even the high-powered lineup of the Lions' baseball team to recover from on Friday, as they suffered a 13-8 loss to Franklin & Marshall College.
The win snapped the Lions' five-game winning streak and dropped their overall record for the season to 14-3.
Swimming earns All-American honors
Due to an error in last week's swimming article, some of the College's award winners from the men's national swimming meet were omitted.
The Lions posted a time of 3:27.30 in the consolation finals of the 400-medley relay to earn an All-American Honorable Mentionable citation.
After a successful indoor track season, the College's track and field teams have been working on braving the elements for the outdoor season.
Their practice prepared them for their first test last weekend, when they opened their season at the Monmouth University Invitational.
After a rough 1-2 start, the College's women's lacrosse team proved once again last week that they are among the elite teams in the nation.
Last Tuesday, the Lions traveled to Collegeville, Pa. and handily took care of Ursinus College 16-3. The Lions went into the game ranked sixth in the nation, but they had something to prove after suffering two defeats the previous week.
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.