With a split of their doubleheader against No. 16 Rowan University, the College locked up the No. 3 seed and a home game at Lions' Park in the 2009 New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) tournament.
The Lions will host that game against the No. 4 seeded Roadrunners of Ramapo College at 4 p.
Despite being a younger team, the steadily improving Lions are beginning to find their stroke.
Following back-to-back doubleheaders, the Lions are now 20-14 overall, with a 9-5 conference record.
After sweeping the Raptors of Rutgers University-Camden in two straight games, the team earned its 20th victory of the year by splitting a doubleheader with Ramapo College.
The Lions served up some good home cooking this week, as the team swept two straight series at Lions' Park.
The College took two from Haverford College, ending their five-game winning streak Thursday afternoon, before sweeping Rutgers University-Newark on Sunday.
After a shaky start to the season, two stellar pitching performances by freshman Lauren Fitzsimmons appear to be turning things around.
Fitzsimmons led the College in their effort to end Montclair State University's (MSU) 27-game conference win streak with a 3-0 victory in the second contest of the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) doubleheader.
Unfortunately for Cinderella, the clock struck midnight just a little too soon.
In vying for their first national title in program history, the underdog Lions were defeated by the Bruins of George Fox University 67-52 in the NCAA Division III Tournament semifinals at DeVos Field House at Hope College in Holland, Mich.