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.
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.
It might seem like just another victory for the 10-2-1 Lions this season, but to the College's baseball players and coach, Sunday's 7-2 win over Dominican was a lot more.
"This was a much bigger win for us than a lot of the others because it was so close," Junior Julius Jenkins, pitcher, said.
As the snow melts and the days grow longer, the College sports teams take to the fields, diamonds and tracks. During a season that may include anything from snow to heat waves, the College's athletes are diligently preparing for upcoming competition.
The Lions' women's lacrosse team has traditionally been one of the most dominating forces in Division III.
The Lions pushed their winning streak to six as they bested the University of Rochester for the third time in two days, capping off a triumphant first weekend of home play.
The Lions (13-3) took on Rochester in a Sunday doubleheader, shutting out the Yellow Jackets 5-0 in the opening game, behind the one-hit pitching performance of sophomore Jessica Donohue.
The Lion's women's lacrosse team won their home opener on Saturday by defeating SUNY Cortland 19-4. The Lions are ranked third in Division III. Head coach Sharon Pfluger was pleased with the Lions (2-0) performance.
"If I had to say one thing about today, it would be that we played well together," Pfluger said.
Men's tennis was victorious against Haverford in a dual-match, winning by a score of 5-2 in action last Wednesday.
The Lions' (10-5) performance was highlighted by senior Marc Hill, who won his first singles match, 6-2, 6-2 and junior Bryan Hanley, who scored a 6-0, 6-1 rout in second singles.
The College's men's club lacrosse team defeated the Rutgers University's club team, 13-11, on Sunday, improving to 2-0 this season.
"This is a big game because we only have two home games," Senior attackman and coach Keith Glock said. "Rutgers is a division opponent and in order to make the playoffs, you have to win your division.
The Lion's Women's lacrosse team defeated Salisbury University, by a score of 13-10, on Saturday, in their season opener. The Lions (1-0) was led by senior Liz O'Connor, who scored four goals, and senior Tara Prindible, who scored three goals and had an assist.
The Lion softball squad returned to the state with an impressive 7-3 record and an optimistic outlook on the 2003 season, after kicking off the Spring, competing in the Rebel Spring Games in Kissimmee, Florida.
Despite losing the first two games of the week by one run each, the Lions battled back to post a seven-game winning streak, including the defeat of No.
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The Lions boasted an explosive offense as they capped off a three-game winning streak with a 19-3 victory over Nichols College on March 15.
Senior catcher Sergio Sencion led the Lions (8-2-1) with three RBIs, three runs scored and a double. Greg Martinez, senior catcher, also posted his second home run of the season with an in-stadium homer in the ninth.