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Anemic offense dooms Lions

October 8, 2008 copress 0

After winning their first two games in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC), the men’s soccer team has now dropped three conference games in a row after falling to Rutgers University-Camden on Oct. 1 and to New Jersey City University (NJCU) on Saturday. […]

Reading spans Wilder’s works

October 8, 2008 copress 0

The First International Thornton Wilder Conference presented a compilation of Thornton Wilder’s works read by actress Marian Seldes and playwright Edward Albee in the Mildred & Ernest E. Mayo Concert Hall on Oct. 3.

A. Tappan Wilder, the nephew of the acclaimed author, presented the readings in three acts. […]

Best served cold: Lions down Profs

October 1, 2008 copress 0

After being knocked out of the playoffs last season by Rowan University, the men’s soccer team gained their revenge at chilly Lions’ Stadium Sept. 24 as they shut out the Profs 3-0.

This was the first time these two teams met since their heated matchup in last year’s postseason, and the Lions took it to the Profs to gain a sense of redemption. […]

Lions bounce back from D-II beating, blank Kean 2-0

September 24, 2008 copress 0

After dropping a 3-0 decision to C.W. Post of Long Island University, the College began its New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) schedule with a shutout victory over Kean University, 2-0.

“We all know the real season started with the opening of NJAC,” junior forward Kevin Luber said. […]

Freshman’s first score stops Lions’ slide

September 17, 2008 copress 0

Freshman forward Ray Nelan scored his first collegiate goal, his first collegiate game-winner and brought an end to the men’s soccer team’s two-game losing streak all in one swift motion. Nelan’s goal was the only one scored in the team’s final match at the Christopher Newport University (CNU) Classic as the Lions upended the Methodist Marauders 1-0 Sunday afternoon. […]

Lions wade through stormy week

September 10, 2008 copress 0

Even Tropical Storm Hanna could not rain on the men’s soccer team’s parade this week, as they tied soccer powerhouse Drew University 1-1 before taking their only match in the College’s Soccer Classic, beating SUNY-Cobleskill 1-0.

The tournament was supposed to take place on Saturday and Sunday, but after the former hurricane made its way to the College, the Classic had to be shortened to just one day of action. […]

Women blank tourney foes

September 3, 2008 copress 0

Picking up where they left off last season, the Lions used blistering defensive play to take it to the Violets of New York University, 4-0, before scorching the Christopher Newport University (CNU) Captains 5-0 to be crowned champions of the Elizabethtown College Blue Jay Classic. […]

New faces lead Lions to Stevens Cup victory

September 3, 2008 copress 0

The Lions’ men’s soccer team started its ’08 campaign by rolling past the Devils of Farleigh Dickinson University-Florham 3-0 and then defeating the University of Redlands Bulldogs 3-1 to claim the Stevens’ College Cup Tournament Championship.

The story of the tournament was walk-on senior forward Matt Junior. […]

SOFTBALL: Stiff pitching earns weekend split

April 30, 2008 copress 0

After taking one of two from the visiting Pioneers of William Paterson University, the Lions claimed the fourth seed in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC).

“Our goal was to be in (the) top six and we did that,” head coach Sally Miller said. “I’m very glad we’re in the tournament. […]

SOFTBALL: Lions sweep Gothic Knights

April 23, 2008 copress 0

With a sweep of New Jersey City University (NJCU), the softball team kept its sights set on the postseason and saw head coach Sally Miller earn her 350th career win.

“We did some good things early on to get us to this point, and these wins were not easy,” Miller said. […]

SOFTBALL: Win streak snapped by Red Hawks

April 16, 2008 copress 0

The Lions put up a fight but fell twice at home to the 16th-ranked Red Hawks of Montclair State University, finishing their seven-game win streak in the process.

“We played really well during the streak,” head coach Sally Miller said. “This team knows what they’re capable of collectively and we were confident going up against Montclair, but we just didn’t get the key hit. […]

All conference, all the time for Lions

April 9, 2008 copress 0

With the rest of their regular season consisting of nothing but New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) doubleheaders, the Lions have their work cut out for them.

“We’re a young team and we’ve made a lot of progress, but we need to keep focus on being one of the top six teams in the conference,” head coach Sally Miller said. […]

Lions take two, lose two and split two, too

April 2, 2008 copress 0

The College played in three separate doubleheaders last week. The Lions were swept in one, swept their opponent in the other and split the third.

The first doubleheader occurred at Muhlenberg College as the Lions swept the Mules in two contests.

Game one was an extra-inning affair, as the Lions came out on top 2-1. […]

Lions break even at Salisbury University Invitational

March 26, 2008 copress 0

The softball team went one up and one down last weekend as it took care of Ithaca College before falling to Salisbury University in the final game of the Salisbury University Invitational in Maryland.

First, the Lions handed the Bombers of Ithaca an opening round loss, 9-4. […]

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