After finishing last season strongly with 13 wins, the Lions are looking forward to another captivating season. They have already been selected as the favorite in the NJAC preseason poll, after having captured this championship title three times before.
Some people reflexively dislike politicians. Whether it’s an aura of self interest, incompetence or dishonesty, they get turned off from the people who they do (or don’t) elect to represent them. This seems like a popular attitude right now, as Congress suffers from an all-time low approval rating.
Head field hockey coach Sharon Pfluger has always seen the talent in senior defender Camille Passucci and she now believes the rest of the country will too. This year, she will lead the Lions as one of five seniors on a quest to repeat last year’s glory.
Predicted to finish ninth in a conference of 10 by the official NJAC preseason poll, the men’s soccer team has the opportunity to turn some heads by leaving behind a disappointing 2011 campaign and reclaiming past success under 18-year head coach George Nazario this season.
After two years of construction, the Education Building opens its doors. The new building — which will be the School of Education’s new home, replacing the outdated Forcina Hall — is 72,000 square feet and has 20 classrooms.