Sunday, May 16, 2021

Andrew Grossman

Coach Pfluger’s Lions keep on keepin’ on

As players on the women’s lacrosse team come and go, there is one constant that has remained seemingly unchanged: Throughout the 27 years as...

Brian Broderick ready to complete résumé

If you’re going to do anything, then do it at 100 percent or don’t do it at all. That’s what Brian Broderick’s father has told...

Capacity crowd of 700 can’t will Lions to win

It was Alumni Night for the wrestling squad, and to prepare for the highly anticipated match against No. 9 Wilkes University, the College pledged...

Wrestling beats three, including No. 19 Springfield

The College’s 30th-ranked wrestling squad packed its bags, boarded the bus and drove four and a half hours to Massachusetts this past weekend —...

Wrestling holds its own against top-30 teams

It may have been winter break at the College, but the wrestling squad was given no time kick up their heels and relax. The...

Lions pinned by injuries in opening loss to No. 28 Stevens

While it may not have been an ideal start for the wrestling squad, the men — who have been struggling with injuries — are confident the team will rebound from a 24-9 loss to New Jersey rival Stevens Institute of Technology on Monday, Nov. 17.

Wrestling opens season with Fall Brawl

The Ursinus College Fall Brawl marked the opening tournament for the sixth-ranked wrestling squad. While some of the top wrestlers did not compete to rest up for the first dual meet, the Lions still had a great showing. This individual event gave the Lions the perfect opportunity to display their depth against both Division I and Division III schools. While only two placed, the day was still successful as the men used this tournament to prepare themselves for another successful season.

Field hockey season comes to a close with 1-0 loss to Montclair

While the field hockey team had a strong run in the NJAC tournament, it came to an unfortunate end with a 1-0 loss to No. 1 Montclair State University in the championship game, a result that also disqualified them from the Division III National Championships.

Lions enter playoffs confident, realistic

The regular season is finally over. After two months of competition and endless hours practicing, the field hockey team must shift its focus to the playoffs. A 15-3 overall record may seem impressive, but in the postseason, anything is possible. In order to be the best, the women cannot rely on their past successes, but rather come together as a unit and show up to play. In the playoffs, each game has the potential to be their last.

Resilient Lions rally past Rowan in perfect week

The field hockey team may have been down against Rowan University, but for the second time in the past four games, the Lions were not out.

Field hockey stays calm and wins on in NJAC

After splitting a pair, the women are 10-2 and remain tied for first place in the NJAC

Field hockey scores early and often in 2-0 week

Another two games and another two victories for the field hockey team, as the Lions extended their impressive winning streak to nine games last week.

Field hockey shuts down No. 3 Salisbury

There was not a hint of nervous energy last Saturday, Sept. 28 when the field hockey team faced the third-ranked Salisbury University. Despite being the underdogs, the Lions came in with a game plan, executed it and then walked away with a 1-0 win in arguably their biggest victory of the young season.

Special day for Lions as Pfluger wins 500th

Last Tuesday’s game against Cabrini College was an extraordinary one for the Lions field hockey program, as head coach Sharon Pfluger captured her 500th career win in a 4-0 shutout against Cabrini College.

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