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Lions Split Six-Game Stretch

April 4, 2007 Michelle Martin 0

Junior pitcher Julianne Lajiness pitched two complete game wins, including a shutout against Ursinus College on Thursday.

The College traveled to Ursinus and walked away with the doubleheader split. Senior pitcher/infielder Jess Kohut’s double to score freshman infielder Allyson Walsh in the top of the sixth inning was the only scoring needed as the Lions took the 1-0 win in the first game. […]

Lions Hunt During the Day

March 28, 2007 Michelle Martin 0

Strong hitting and continued great pitching lifted the softball team over visiting Salisbury University 10-5 on Sunday in the first game of the doubleheader before dropping a 2-0 decision in the nightcap. The split, following another day victory and night loss against Haverford College, pushed the Lions’ record to 7-2 on the young season. […]

Lions swat Hornets

March 21, 2007 Michelle Martin 0

Timely hitting and solid pitching led the softball team to a 5-1 record over spring break. The Lions traveled to the College of Staten Island for its season opener before traveling to Salem, Va., for the Ferrum Invitational.

The Lions wrapped up Spring Break on Sunday with a doubleheader sweep of the Shenandoah University Hornets and hosted the Ferrum College Panthers. […]

Cougars Claw Lions out of Playoffs

February 28, 2007 Michelle Martin 0

The women’s basketball team sent Montclair State University packing for the second straight year in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) playoffs, but fell to eventual NJAC champion Kean University in the semifinal round last week. The Lions finished their season with a 13-14 record. […]

Lions bring it together in time for playoffs

February 21, 2007 Michelle Martin 0

The women’s basketball team jumped out to a 13-1 lead early in the first half on its way to a 71-52 win over Rutgers University-Camden on Senior Night last Wednesday. With the victory, the Lions finished the season at 12-13 overall and 7-6 in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC). […]

Women’s basketball passes first test

February 21, 2007 Michelle Martin 0

Sophomore center Hillary Klimowicz posted her second double-double – 19 points and 10 boards – in as many games as the women’s basketball team crushed Montclair State University 60-39 in the first round of the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) playoffs on Tuesday night. […]

Best Effort Clinches Playoff Spot

February 14, 2007 Michelle Martin 0

The women’s basketball team won both of its contests this week, including a huge upset win over Richard Stockton College and a comeback victory over Rowan University, to secure third place in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) South Division and a berth in the NJAC Tournament. […]

Lions bow down to Cougars again

February 7, 2007 Michelle Martin 0

The women’s basketball team swarmed Ramapo College but still could not unlock the combination to beat first-place Kean University in New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) action.

The Lions stand at 9-13 for the season and 4-6 in the NJAC.

With one win this week or a Rutgers University-Camden loss, the Lions can clinch a berth in the NJAC Tournament, slated to begin on Feb. […]