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Lions get back into the swing of things

April 15, 2003 copress 0

The Lions have to do a lot of catching-up in the coming weeks.

After three postponements due to nasty weather, the College’s baseball team battled Montclair State University (MSU) in a doubleheader Sunday, losing 3-1 in a conference opener, and winning 9-8 in the nightcap. […]

In favor of the status quo

April 8, 2003 copress 0

It’s that crappy time again. It’s time to wake up at 5:59 a.m., along with hundreds of other students, click on that familiar link and log into the evil TESS.

It’s time to pull your hair out, as you look, panic-stricken, for another class to take because the one you had planned for is already closed. […]

Pitcher leads Lions in win over NJCU

April 8, 2003 copress 0

It was nearly impossible to catch a glimpse of Matt Szustowicz’s pitches, as he continually pumped the ball at 90-plus mph, straight past New Jersey City University batters and into the Lion’s glove.

Szustowicz’s performance held the Gothic Knights at one run and three hits, as the College defeated Jersey City, 6-1, in the first round of the Sunday doubleheader. […]

College wins 7-2, causes Stars to fall

March 25, 2003 copress 0

It might seem like just another victory for the 10-2-1 Lions this season, but to the College’s baseball players and coach, Sunday’s 7-2 win over Dominican was a lot more.

“This was a much bigger win for us than a lot of the others because it was so close,” Junior Julius Jenkins, pitcher, said. […]

Baseball season heats up after winning 8 in Florida

March 18, 2003 copress 0

The Lions boasted an explosive offense as they capped off a three-game winning streak with a 19-3 victory over Nichols College on March 15.

Senior catcher Sergio Sencion led the Lions (8-2-1) with three RBIs, three runs scored and a double. Greg Martinez, senior catcher, also posted his second home run of the season with an in-stadium homer in the ninth. […]

Campus responds to terror alert

February 18, 2003 copress 0

The College is asking students to take precautionary measures in response to the increased Homeland Security alert, according to Kathryn Leverton, associate vice president for administration and environmental services.

President Bush raised the threat alert from “elevated” (yellow) to “high” (orange) on Friday, Feb. […]

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