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The men's basketball team's playoff chances took a big hit this week as he team dropped two New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) games to Kean University (9-14) and Richard Stockton College (16-6).
Currently owning fourth place in the NJAC South Division, the College will need to catch Kean, which is two games ahead in the loss column, to earn a playoff berth.
With just one New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) game this week, the men's basketball team suffered losses to conference rival Ramapo College and to Stevens Institute of Technology.
The Lions' overall record now stands at 6-15 with the loss to Ramapo dropping their conference record to 2-7, fourth place in the NJAC south division.
The men's basketball team split a pair of New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) games this week, pulling out a win at New Jersey City University and falling to Rutgers University-Camden.
The .500 week places the Lions third in the NJAC South Division with a conference record of 2-6 and an overall record of 6-13.
It was a tough week for the men's basketball team as they dropped two New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) games to Rowan University and William Paterson University and lost to Brooklyn College at home.
With an overall record of 5-12 and an NJAC record of 1-5, the Lions are in the midst of a four-game losing streak.
Before dropping a non-conference game to Brooklyn College 76-60 on Monday, the men's basketball team played a trio of New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) games. The Lions sport an overall record of 5-9 and are 1-3 in conference play.
"As of right now, we have underachieved," sophomore guard Jay Frank said.
The women's soccer team's perfect season came to an end this weekend as it fell 2-0 to the Falcons of Messiah College 23-0 in the NCAA Division III Semifinal game.
Finishing the season with an overall record of 21-1-1, the Lions failed to reach the NCAA Championship for the first time in three years.
The women's soccer team had a great weekend as it became one of 16 teams left in the NCAA Division III Tournament and saw senior forward Dana DiBruno become the program's all-time points leader.
"It is a little bit different this year because for the first weekend we had to play two games and usually we have a bye," sophomore forward Briann McDonough said.
Earning its third consecutive New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Championship with a 3-1 win over Richard Stockton University, the women's soccer team heads into the NCAA Division III Tournament ranked third.
"It always means more every time we win the NJAC," junior forward Jamie Kunkel said.
Closing out an undefeated season, the women's soccer team earned the No. 1 seed in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Championship Tournament with wins over Rowan University, New Jersey City University (NJCU) and William Paterson University.
The Lions look to take their third consecutive NJAC Championship, ending the regular season with a 15-0-1 overall record and an 8-0-1 mark in the conference.
The women's soccer team (12-0-1) remained undefeated this weekend, taking down Kean University 2-1.
Ranked third in the Division III national standings, the Lions are dominant within the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC). With a conference mark of 5-0-1, they are the only team to remain undefeated in the NJAC.
The women's soccer team continued its undefeated season on Saturday, blanking the University of Redlands 4-0.
The No. 3 Lions boast an 11-0-1 overall record and are 4-0-1 in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC).
The team's leading scorer, junior forward Jamie Kunkel, netted the first Lions' goal just seven minutes into the game.
The No. 3 ranked women's soccer team remained undefeated this week after beating Rutgers University-Camden, Rutgers University-Newark and Johns Hopkins University.
The Lions' overall record now stands at 10-0-1 and 4-0-1 in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC).
Still undefeated, the women's soccer team dealt losses to Montclair State University and Gwynedd-Mercy College this week, while tying Richard Stockton College.
The No. 2 ranked Lions now stand at 7-0-1 on the season and 2-0-1 in New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) play.