Thursday, July 29, 2021

Kevin Lee

Baseball advancing to futuristic stats

Many are under the impression that sabermetrics believe that it’s just a bunch of complicated numbers for stat nerds who need to understand that baseball is played on the field.

College ends the fall season on a high note

With the last event scheduled for the fall season, the men’s tennis team traveled north to take part in the ITA Northeast Regional Championship hosted by Ithaca College. The Lions had success across the board in both singles and doubles competitions, showing their depth and showcasing their top players.

Lions garner success against massive field

Wrapping up their 2012 fall campaign, the College’s tennis team ended their season at the ITA Northeast Regional hosted by William Smith College. The tournament was a three-day event beginning on Saturday and concluding on Monday with more than 70 student-athletes, representing 24 institutions. Ending the fall season against some of the toughest competition in the Northeast will serve as a great measuring stick for how the Lions will need to prepare come springtime.

Women clinch NJAC

Coming into the weekend, the College’s tennis team had been rolling through the competition. The Lions finished their week victorious, defeating four NJAC opponents.

Men win at home

Playing host to the Lions’ Kick-off Invitational, the men’s tennis team impressed throughout the weekend, while facing two formidable non-conference opponents, New York University and Stevens Institute of Technology.

Women’s tennis cleans house at Swarthmore

Coming off a dominant opening week, the women’s tennis team was again very succesful facing some of the toughest competition in the nation at the Swarthmore Invitational.

Men’s tennis gets back on the saddle

The men’s tennis team picked right up where their 2011-2012 season ended, by taking on three in-state NCAA Division I teams in the New Jersey Invitational and picking up three victories.

Women’s tennis brings streak into new year

The College’s women’s tennis team kicked off their 2012 campaign in impressive fashion, picking up two victories against Rutgers-Newark University and Kean University.

Women’s basketball drops Profs 69-55

The women’s basketball team finished last week by splitting a pair of games. To begin the week, the Lions defeated Rowan University, but fell to fourth-ranked William Paterson to close the week. Last week’s slate of games left the Lions with a 4-3 record for the season.

Women’s basketball starts strong

The women’s basketball team spent the holiday break at the Cross Creek InnKeeper Turkey Shootout, hosted by Methodist University.

Lions take on D-I schools

The College competed against a crop of Division I programs at the Princeton University Invitational, showing why the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams are elite national programs. Although the match was not a scored event, the men and women held their own, having several swimmers place.

Men’s and women’s swimming still unbeaten

The College’s swimming and diving teams had an incredible week, winning three matches. The wins push the teams’ season records to 4-0 for both the men and women.

These Lions aren’t afraid of water; swimming and diving teams start the season hot

The College’s swimming and diving teams started their seasons off with a bang, defeating Ramapo College in convincing fashion.

Men’s soccer goes 0-0-2 vs. non-conference foes

In need of wins, the Lions saw themselves in the midst of one of their toughest stretches of the season, taking on Muhlenberg College and 18th-ranked Salisbury University.

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