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Don’t stop believin’

March 18, 2009 copress 0

Talk about catching fire at the right time.

After taking down the 15th-ranked Royals of the University of Scranton 54-48 in Rochester, N.Y., last Friday, the Lions advance to their first NCAA Division III Final Four appearance in program history.

“It feels awesome,” senior center and captain Hillary Klimowicz said. […]

Redemption at Packer Hall

March 4, 2009 copress 0

Revenge was not even an afterthought.

After falling at home to conclude their 2007-2008 season, the Lions turned the tide this year as they took down defending New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Champion Kean University 69-57 to claim their first NJAC crown since 2006 at home. […]

Lions earn No. 1 seed

February 25, 2009 copress 0

In what was one of the most emotional and highly anticipated contests of the year, the Lions brought their A-game on their home floor last Wednesday night as they took down the Cougars of Kean University 73-61. With the win, the Lions clinched the top spot in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) and a first- round bye in the NJAC playoffs. […]

A green and gold career untarnished

February 18, 2009 copress 0

Remember last March, when Green Bay Packer icon Brett Favre said he was mentally tired and was done with pro football? His emotional face was seen across television stations and newspaper front pages. Many saw this coming, and all the coverage Favre received was his last hoorah as he rode off into the sunset as arguably the most prolific quarterback in NFL history. […]

Shooting star: Klimowicz’s double-double sinks Pioneers

January 28, 2009 copress 0

After a hard-fought battle against arch nemesis William Paterson University (WPU), the women’s basketball team earned a well-deserved 69-65 victory over the Pioneers.

Hillary Klimowicz was the star of the game once again, as she set a College record by posting 35 points in a single game. […]

Klimowicz reaches ‘grand’ milestone

January 21, 2009 copress 0

Senior center Hillary Kilmowicz netted her 1000th career point, head coach Dawn Henderson earned her 300th career win and the rest of the women’s basketball team didn’t so do badly themselves, racking up their eighth and ninth straight wins to wrap up a week of milestones for the Lions. […]

Lions keep up their wins

December 3, 2008 copress 0

After leading by only five at the half, the Lions feasted on their opponents on the road, tallying a 20-9 run in the second half to finish off the Sea Gulls 70-52.

The big story was the absence of senior center Hillary Klimowicz, as she was injured and unable to play during the contest. […]

Lions net pair of wins

November 19, 2008 copress 0

The women’s basketball team won two consecutive games to win the Stevens Tip-Off Tournament as they rolled past Middlebury College, 65-47, in the first round and the College of Staten Island (CSI), 81-55, in the final.

“It’s a good start to the season,” senior center and tournament MVP Hillary Klimowicz said. […]

Pioneers put Lions to sleep for the winter

November 6, 2008 copress 0

It was not the happy ending the College faithful had hoped for.

The Lions’ season came to a close Saturday at Pioneer Soccer Park as the Pioneers of William Paterson University (WPU) routed the men’s soccer team 5-1 in the first round of the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Tournament. […]

Playoff bound

October 29, 2008 copress 0

The Lions took the first step toward their goal of a championship this week, clinching a New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) playoff berth with a 3-0 win over the Roadrunners of Ramapo College.

The offense didn’t waste any time getting on the board, as junior defenseman Matt Erny scored his first goal of the year on a feed from junior forward Kevin Luber early in the first half. […]

Win, lose and draw: Nazario earns 150th ‘W’

October 22, 2008 copress 0

The Lions had a week of highs and lows, picking up a much-needed win, a hardfought tie and a heartbreaking loss.

The victory and defeat were tallied within the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) against two perennial playoff opponents, as the Lions took down the Pioneers of William Paterson University, 3-0, after falling to the Ospreys of Richard Stockton College, 2-1. […]

Rays-Sox: the new Yanks-Sox?

October 22, 2008 copress 0

Nobody saw it coming.

The underdog Tampa Bay Rays are heading to the World Series for the first time in their 11-year history after defeating the Red Sox 4-3 in the American League Championship Series.

This series had it all, from blowouts to tight games, from power hitting to quality pitching. […]

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