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Lions beat Kean in season final with last-second basket

By Anthony Caruso Staff Writer The College’s women’s basketball team ended its season on a high note on Wednesday, Feb. 17, when the Lions were able...

Lions pounce on rival Roadrunners at home, but loss to Pioneers dashes playoff hopes

By Anthony Caruso Staff Writer The College’s women’s basketball team split their games last week, beating the Ramapo Roadrunners on Wednesday, Feb. 10, at home, 51-39,...

Team loses ground in conference playoff hunt

By Anthony Caruso Staff Writer The College’s women’s basketball team went 1-2 in three conference games last week. The Lions fell to the Montclair State University...

Team fights for a playoff spot in NJAC

By Anthony Caruso Staff Writer  The College’s women’s basketball team split their games, narrowly falling to New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) rival Stockton University on Wednesday,...

Several close wins push Lions up in standings

By Anthony Caruso Staff Writer The College’s women’s basketball team had a 7-2 record during the break, turning their season around after a rough, six loss...

Lions struggle early in NJAC competition

By Anthony Caruso Staff Writer The College’s women’s basketball team has lost all three games over the past two weeks, all within a week span before...

Lions beat Rowan

By Anthony Caruso Staff Writer The College’s football team was motivated to win their last game of the season and end on a high mark....

Lions start season off shaky

The College’s women’s basketball team got off to a rough start to their season in the DeSales Tip-off Tournament, on Saturday, Nov. 14. They lost both games to their Pennsylvania competition, Widener University and the University of Scranton, in very close fashion.

Lions fill gaps left from alumni

The women’s basketball team will return to the court on Saturday, Nov. 14. They’ll kick off the season playing in the DeSales University Tip-Off Tournament in Center Valley, Pa., where the Lions will see competition from Widener University, the University of Scranton and DeSales.

Lions gain strength in second half of season

On Saturday, Nov. 7, senior running back Victor Scalici left everything on the field in his final home game at Lions’ Stadium. In fact, he produced a career-high yardage that will go down in the record books.

Football holds off Pioneers for road win

By Anthony Caruso Staff Writer The College’s football team has now won two straight games. This Halloween, Saturday, Oct. 31, the Lions defeated the William...

Mount Union win 100 straight

The University of Mount Union’s Purple Raiders are a dominate Division III college football team from Alliance, Ohio. However, their long-running win-streak received little national press.

Homecoming brings Lions good luck

As family, friends, alumni and current students gathered for the Homecoming festivities, the football team had the breakthrough they had been waiting for all season and overcame the Montclair State University Red Hawks.

Lions fall to nationally ranked Wesley

By Anthony Caruso Staff Writer Three weeks out from their last game, the Lions returned to the field. However, the result was the same as they...

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