September 23, 2020

Lions fend off Fords, blow past Violets at home

April 22, 2009 Josh Caulfield 0

The men’s and women’s tennis teams had productive weeks this past week. The teams had three big wins between them, two of which belonged to the women’s team against Haverford College on April 16, and New York University on April 18. The men’s team posted a victory in their only match of the week, defeating Haverford College on April 16. […]

Massachusetts trip gives Lions cold shoulder

April 8, 2009 Josh Caulfield 0

The men’s and women’s tennis teams both had a bittersweet taste in their mouths this week after their trip to Massachusetts.

Both of the teams came away with one win and one loss. The women competed on Friday and Saturday against Babson College and Wellesley College, respectively, while the men faced off on Friday against Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Saturday against Babson. […]

Lions tennis goes untouched

April 1, 2009 Josh Caulfield 0

The men’s and women’s tennis teams pitched dual shutouts over the weekend, with the men blasting Hobart College 9-0 while the women’s team downed William Smith College by the same score on March 28. It was the fifth straight victory for the male Lions, while the women’s squad improved to 10-2 on the year. […]

Lions beam brightly in Sunshine State

March 18, 2009 Josh Caulfield 0

For most, Spring Break serves as a time to travel and take it easy. Although the men’s tennis team took a trip to Orlando, they made sure taking it easy was not on their list of things to do. With three impressive victories, the team improved their record to 5-1. […]

Lions skid past Skidmore, squeeze by NYU

March 4, 2009 Josh Caulfield 0

Both of the College tennis teams headed into this week with big games on their schedules. The men had to face New York University (NYU) on Feb. 28 and Skidmore on March 1, while the women competed on March 1 against Skidmore.

The men were pushed to the wall against NYU, but pulled out the back and forth match. […]

A fresh start: New players, new stadiums, new season

February 25, 2009 Josh Caulfield 0

New York City has always been a baseball city come summertime. Whether you’re hopping on the subway or grabbing a bag of nuts on the street, you’re always somewhere near a pinstriped jersey or a blue-and-orange baseball cap. With all due respect to the Knicks and the Rangers, the Mets and Yankees own New York. […]