The College's women's soccer team earned their 100th victory in Lions' Stadium last Wednesday after a 3-0 shutout win over their rival, the Profs of Rowan University.
The Lions now boast a 100-3-7 record on their home turf and have given up fewer than 20 goals in 110 games.
The College's women's soccer team improved their overall record to 6-1-1 this week with victories over two New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) teams.
Last Wednesday, the Lions triumphed over the Roadrunners of Ramapo College, dominating the game with a 21-3 shot advantage and a 10-0 corner-kick margin over their opponent.
The women's soccer team triumphed 2-0 over the Red Hawks of Montclair State University (MSU) in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) opener on Thursday night.
"Because it was our fist NJAC game, we knew that we had to work our hardest to get the win," senior midfielder Stephanie Peters, who scored the Lions' final goal, said.
It was a bittersweet weekend for the College's women's soccer team at the Esprit DIII Tournament in North Carolina.
The Lions, ranked 10th according to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA)/Adidas Division III Pre-Season Poll, suffered their first loss of the season in the first game of the tournament against the University of Puget Sound Loggers on Saturday morning, 3-2.
The College's men's and women's track and field teams posted six NCAA Division III provisional qualifying times, among other accomplishments, at Princeton University during the Sam Howell Invitational on Friday and Saturday.
"Six qualifying times is very good for early in the season," head coach Steve Dolan said.
The men's swimming and diving team competed at the three-day 2004 NCAA Division III Men's Swimming & Diving Championships hosted by Principia College last week.
Defending NCAA Division III Champion, Kenyon College collected its 25th straight team title after accruing 678.