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All-time school scoring record topped

As opponents stall and stammer, blue and gold blurs fly past their defenders, and the Lions push one step closer toward crafting a season...

Running Wild: Lions set yardage record

Long live the spread offense. The Lions’ latest strategy of destruction through division paid heavy dividends on Friday, as the team pulverized Fairleigh Dickinson University...

Lions blast Bengals, tally first win of season

Days before the College stepped onto their home turf to take on Buffalo State College, senior quarterback Chris James described his offenses’ scoring potential...

A general on the turf: James ready to lead the Lions

The glitz and glamour of the quarterback position can consume even the most humble of athletes. Under the Friday night lights, these leaders of the...

Lion to Watch: Cameron Richardson

Lion’s senior wide receiver Cameron Richardson was recently named a captain for the upcoming football season. Last season Richardson totaled 542 yards receiving and...

Varsity Lion winners honored at halftime

The winners of the 2008 Varsity Lion Awards were honored at halftime of Saturday's home football game. Former All-American swimmer Ava Kiss ('08) was honored for her 2008 Division III National Championship win in the 100-meter butterfly. Kiss, a four-time Scholar Athlete honoree at the College, was the first national swimming champion in the school's history.

Lion of the Week: Chris James

Junior quarterback Chris James scored five touchdowns to lead the Lions to victory over Buffalo State College on Saturday. James completed 24 of 31 passes for 303 yards against the Bengals, throwing three touchdowns for the College and rushing for two more in the 42-32 victory.

Sophomore QB leads the pack

The College's loss Saturday to Kean University was not enough to stop the Lions from making it to the NCAA Division III Tournament. The Lions' strong play throughout the season made this year one of the best in the football team's history, and a lot of the success can be attributed to the standout performances of key players including sophomore starting quarterback Chris James.

Cortland crushed in Saturday shutout

In one of the College's most highly anticipated football games this year, the Lions won their seventh straight game by shutting out the SUNY-Cortland Red Dragons 30-0 at home Saturday. The Lions secured the first seed in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Tournament.

Lions prevail against Pioneers in 21-13 win

The football team posted 21 straight second-half points to defeat William Paterson University 21-13. With the win, the College improved to 5-1 overall on the season and 3-0 in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC). The game started off bleak for the Lions as the Pioneers held them scoreless through the first half, going up 6-0 on a pair of field goals in the second quarter.

Lions edge out Explorers in Friday night football game

The College's name was seen scrolling across many networks' tickers on Saturday afternoon after the football team's 13-12 win over the Division I (formerly DI-AA) La Salle University Explorers Friday night at McCarthy Stadium in Philadelphia. "Nothing feels better than when you see your name flashing across the ticker on ABC," head coach Eric Hamilton said.

Lion of the Week: Joe King

Despite the College's 15-0 loss to Muhlenberg College in the season opener, senior defensive lineman Joe King was named the New Jersey Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week. King had a total of nine tackles and three sacks during the game for a Muhlenberg loss of 25 yards.
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