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Lions’ winning streak stretches to 5 games

With a 13-4 record in the New Jersey Athletic Conference, the men’s basketball team has earned a first-round bye in the conference tournament, which will begin on Saturday, Feb. 22. With the College tied for first place with Stockton University, the seedings for the tournament will not be made final until the end of regular season play on Wednesday, Feb. 19. However, the Lions will be hosting one of the semifinal games on Wednesday, Feb. 26, in Packer Hall.

Men’s basketball continues to roll; Lions top Rutgers-Camden and Ramapo

With three games left in the regular season, the men’s basketball team finds itself tied for first place with Stockton University in the New Jersey Athletic Conference standings, holding a 14-8 record and 11-4 in conference play. The Lions notched two more crucial victories this past week, beating Rutgers University-Camden, 77-64, and taking care of Ramapo College, 82-56.

Men’s Basketball drops against Rowan, edges Montclair State

After the tragic death of NBA superstar Kobe Bryant, NJAC basketball teams ramped up competition this week on the hardwood. The men’s team lost at Rowan University on Wednesday, Jan. 29, 73-84, but then bounced back with a 98-88 win against Montclair State on Saturday, Feb. 1.

Women’s Basketball snaps three game win streak with lose to Montclair State

The women’s basketball team lost 38-52 to Montclair State at home on Saturday, Feb. 1, snapping a three-game win streak and dropping to a 13-7 record on the season. The loss moved the Lions to a 10-3 conference record, while Montclair State stays tied with Rowan atop the standings with their 11th straight win.

Men’s basketball drops two games

The men’s basketball team dropped to 2-3 overall and 0-1 in New Jersey Athletic Conference play with losses to Swarthmore College and Stockton University.

Men’s basketball moves to 2-1

The men’s basketball team won its season opener by a score of 93-51 against Misericordia University in Dallas, Penn., on Nov. 12.

Women win opener

The College’s women’s basketball team defeated Ithaca College 75-61 in its home opener on Friday, Nov. 15, earning its second consecutive victory by 14 points or more and improving its overall record to 2-1 on the season.

Women’s basketball splits two games

The women’s basketball team opened its season playing in the Messiah College Tip-Off Tournament with a loss to Christopher Newport University by a score of 87-45 on Friday, Nov. 8, in Grantham, Penn.

Rutgers-Camden ends Lion’s season

The phrase “third time’s a charm” proved to be true for the University of Rutgers-Newark women’s basketball team. Despite falling to the Lions twice earlier in the regular season, Rutgers-Newark bested the College in the second round of the New Jersey Athletic Conference tournament by a final score of 52-45.

Lions enter playoffs on winning streak

Despite already earning a first round bye in the upcoming New Jersey Athletic Conference tournament, the Lions refuse to ease up on their opponents.

Lions end season with crushing loss

The Lions had two big games this week. The team went up against William Paterson University for the final game of the season and played their first playoff game against Montclair State University.

Lions have eyes on deep playoff run

In large part due to the Lions’ current six-game winning streak, the women’s basketball team has earned itself a first-round bye in the upcoming New Jersey Athletic Conference tournament.

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