Tuesday, August 3, 2021

Chrissy Onorato

Tough run won’t crush the heart of the lion

The women’s softball team closed up their season this past week with two wins and two losses, capping a hard-fought and determined 2014 run. After learning a lot during the year and garnering speed in the last few weeks of the season, the Lions had an impressive comeback and can finish knowing they gave it all they had.

Softball sweeps NJCU as Miller wins 500th

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Softball continues to look for first NJAC win

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Softball stays winless against NJAC teams

Though they fought to the very end, the women’s softball team could not grab a win this past week, as they took on some...

Steady softball team starts on .500 run

This past week, the women’s softball team played hard consistently but ended up splitting the week with three wins and three losses. They remain...

Men’s swimming keeps MET streak alive

This past weekend, the College’s swim teams competed in the Metropolitan Championships and showcased the best of this year’s Lions’ squads. Both the men’s...

Swim teams step up in NJAC decider

It was a strong week for the swimming and diving teams, as they both conquered NJAC opponent Rowan University on Saturday, Jan. 25. One of...

Swimming schools all comers over break

Over the course of winter break, the College’s swimming and diving teams were not able to relax quite like the rest of the students....

Swim teams narrowly dropped by Ducks

It was a hard-fought effort by the men’s and women’s swimming teams on Saturday, Nov. 23 as the Lions took on Stevens Institute of Technology. Both teams were defeated, but after the most exciting competitions of the season, the Lions were able to walk away knowing they had given it their all.

Women’s soccer moves on in NCAAs with 1-0 win

It was a scene of pure jubilation and triumph that took place on the Lions’ home field on Sunday, Nov. 17. After defeating Rochester Institute of Technology, the Lions knew they would be advancing to the third round of the NCAA Division III Women’s Soccer Championships.

Smooth sailing for men’s swimming team

After a short break without any meets for the swimming and diving teams, this past week was crucial as both the men’s and women’s teams got back into the swing of things in competitions against New York University.

Lions claim NJAC in shootout with perfect penalties

Throughout the entire season, the women’s soccer team has played each and every game with full heart and pure force. All of this paid off this past week as the Lions won the New Jersey Athletic Conference title for the seventh time in nine years, defeating Rowan University in the semifinals and Montclair State University in the championship game.

Lions stay true to form in final stages

In the past two weeks, the women’s soccer team has shown why it deserves a spot in the NJAC playoffs. Finishing up the regular season with a 15-2-1 record and defeating Ramapo College 4-0 in its playoff opener, these players have all proved their worth on the field, no matter what kind of situation the Lions find themselves in.

Swimming teams combine for 6-0 start

Both the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams have begun their seasons as strong as ever. With three meets completed so far for each team, they have emerged victorious in all.

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