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March Madness — back and more mad than ever

After a hectic year, March Madness brought flashes of normalcy: filling out the brackets, getting mad when your favorite team loses and rooting for the underdog to win it all. It’s relieving for the sports world to say once again, “this is March.”

Basketball team honors Kobe’s legacy

“Everyone will remember where they were when they heard about Kobe,” wrote a fan on Twitter, “when a giant falls, the world feels it.”

Men’s basketball continues to roll

The men’s basketball team picked up three more New Jersey Athletic Conference wins this past week, bringing their NJAC record to 8-3 and overall record to 11-7.

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.

March Madness exploits college players

March is on its way and so is the tradition of scrambling together brackets and rushing to the betting lines for NCAA March Madness, the annual riveting college basketball tournament composed of the best 68 teams of the year.

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.

Men’s basketball fall twice to NJCU, Kean

The College suffered two straight losses this past week, one against New Jersey City University on Feb. 6 and the other during an emotional Senior Day against Kean University on Saturday, Feb. 9.

Lions win two in crucial stretch

The College had an unusual schedule this week with three games on Jan. 28, Jan. 30 and Saturday, Feb. 2 against Rutgers University-Newark, Rutgers University-Camden and Ramapo College respectively.

Lions ride four-game winning streak

With less than two weeks remaining in the regular season, the women’s basketball team knows that a New Jersey Athletic Conference loss has significant postseason implications.

Women’s basketball comes out on top over break

In the midst of winter break, the women’s basketball team ventured into the heart of its schedule, yielding a 7-5 record since Dec. 5 and ultimately bringing the team to an 11-8 overall record for the season.

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