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Women defeat NYU, lose to Vassar

April 15, 2003 Matthew Boyd 0

he women’s tennis team saw their four-match winning streak break on Saturday, but rebounded Sunday to go 1-1 over the weekend.

The team bounced back from Saturday’s setback with a victory over New York University (NYU), 6-2.

The Lions collected four victories in singles and two in doubles. […]

College splits doubleheader with Rowan

April 8, 2003 Lauren Kidd 0

The College’s softball squad split their Wednesday doubleheader with New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) rival Rowan University, shutting out the Profs in the first game, 4-0, before dropping in a tight 3-2 decision in the second half of the home action. […]

Cry me a river!

April 8, 2003 John Kell 0

It’s no secret that my favorite season of sports is fall, when the beefy football players come out to pass and kick around the pigskin.

I don’t terribly mind the winter season, because I love hockey and find basketball mildly interesting. As the snow melts, (hopefully this will be the last time we see it melt for a while) we head into the season of spring, which is dominated by professional baseball. […]

Pitcher leads Lions in win over NJCU

April 8, 2003 copress 0

It was nearly impossible to catch a glimpse of Matt Szustowicz’s pitches, as he continually pumped the ball at 90-plus mph, straight past New Jersey City University batters and into the Lion’s glove.

Szustowicz’s performance held the Gothic Knights at one run and three hits, as the College defeated Jersey City, 6-1, in the first round of the Sunday doubleheader. […]

Women’s lacrosse extends winning streak to six

April 8, 2003 Ryan McCabe 0

The women’s lacrosse team extended its undefeated campaign to 6-0 by defeating Goucher College 21-7 on the road Saturday. Behind senior attacker Liz O’Connor’s eight goals and three assists, the Lions continued to prove worthy of the No. 3 ranking.

“We have a very talented team this year and we need to move one game at a time,” O’Connor said. […]

Cheer stunt group places at Daytona, Fla.

April 8, 2003 Ricky Klittich 0

The College’s cheerleading squad placed sixth in the National Cheerleading Association (NCA) Collegiate Nationals on Thursday, April 3, in Daytona Beach, Florida.

Only five competitors took part in the event, as the squad voted not to attend the competition as a whole. […]

Women’s rugby advances to EPRU Division II

April 8, 2003 Lindsay Scarborough 0

The Women’s rugby team took a huge step with its 32-0 victory over the University of Scranton.

Saturday’s match saw the team overcome the final hurdle on its way to becoming a member of Division II.

Senior eightman Kaitlyn Daniels picked up the first points for the Lions with a try and a conversion kick. […]

Lions lose to local Tigers in club volleyball game

April 8, 2003 Kristina Fiore 0

In an extended best-of-five game match, the Lions lost their last home game of the season, 3-1, to the Princeton University Tigers last Wednesday.

The Lions played a close first match. Princeton had a seven-point lead at one point, but the Lions shortened the gap, losing by only two points. […]

College matches up to its goals, men and women victorious

April 1, 2003 Ricky Klittich 0

The College’s men’s and women’s tennis teams both posted victories Sunday, ousting Union College 7-0 and 8-1, respectively.

Senior Marc Hill picked up wins at first singles and teamed with junior Bryan Hanley to collect a win at first doubles.

Hill remains unbeaten in dual-match singles play this season (9-0), while holding an 81-18 career mark in singles play. […]

Sports in a time of war

April 1, 2003 Matthew Boyd 0

The Oscars gave us a subdued, “more appropriate” ceremony. Primetime programming has been interspersed with war updates. And, rather than seeing the NCAA Tournament on CBS as scheduled the first two days after the attacks began, the only thing that could have been perceived as “March Madness” would have been the bombing of Baghdad. […]

Lions defeat Eagles, Falcons and Bears. Oh My!

April 1, 2003 Lindsay Scarborough 0

The College’s lacrosse team defeated No. 11 ranked Mary Washington College 15-4 on Saturday. The Lions are currently ranked third in the latest Division III poll.

Junior midfielder Katie Wagenblast and freshman Bridget Bigley led the Lions with a combined eight goals and two assists. […]

Lacrosse’s success

April 1, 2003 John Kell 0

The Men’s Club Lacrosse team increased its record to 4-0 with a pair of wins over the Rowan University and Delaware Valley College club teams.

“This season is a stark contrast to last season,” senior attacker Keith Glock said. “Last season, we were 2-8, and this season we are already 4-0. […]

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