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Field hockey captures back-to-back wins

This past week, the field hockey team thrived against Ursinus College and Ramapo College, and advanced its record to 7-1.

Women’s soccer continues home winning-streak

Playing at home on Sept. 26, the women’s soccer team beat out Rutgers University-Camden in a high intensity game with a score of 2-0. On Saturday, Sept. 29, the College dominated William Paterson University 4-1.

Men’s team falls to conference opponent

The men’s soccer team challenged Rutgers University-Camden on Wednesday, Sept. 26 and William Paterson University on Saturday, Sept. 29. The game against Rutgers-Camden came to a halt due to lightning in the 48th minute, and was not recorded as a contest.

Peterson’s hat trick advances Lions

The Lions traveled to Salisbury, Maryland on Saturday, Sept. 22 to face Salisbury University, ranked No. 6 in the Division III field hockey group by the NCAA, and left with an astonishing victory.

Salisbury flies away with win

The football team traveled to Salisbury, Maryland this week, where they played Salisbury University in a lopsided game. Salisbury won 38-7, as the Lions dropped to 0-4 on the season.

Cross country teams finish in top three at Osprey Open

Following a pair of middle-of-the-pack finishes from the men’s and women’s cross country teams last week at the Bill Fritz Invitational, both teams thrived at the Osprey Open on Saturday, Sept. 22 at Stockton University.

Women’s soccer achieves back-to-back wins

Playing at home on Wednesday, Sept. 19, the Lions edged past Fairleigh Dickinson University-Florham Park to pull off a 1-0 victory, handing the now 6-1-1 team its first loss of the season.

Men’s soccer suffers twice in overtime

The men’s soccer team underwent two losses this week, ending its undefeated record and resuming the season with a new record of 7-2.

Wesley College trounces Lions 62-0

The football team faced Wesley College, ranked seventh in NCAA Division III football, on Friday, Sept. 14 in Dover, Delaware. The Lions were shut out 62-0, diminishing their overall record to 0-3.

Messiah College breaks field hockey’s undefeated streak

The field hockey team broke its undefeated streak in Grantham, Pennsylvania when it fell to Messiah College, 4-2 on Saturday, Sept. 15.

Cross country teams prosper in Bill Fritz Invitational

After a week off following the Blue and Gold Alumni Invitational on Sept. 1, the Lions were back in action, participating in the Bill Fritz Invitational at Rowan University on Saturday, Sept. 15.

Women’s soccer bounces back quickly from first loss

The women’s soccer team faced two opponents last week: Johns Hopkins University and Rutgers University-Newark. The Lions fell to Johns Hopkins 1-0, but prevailed against Rutgers-Newark, 4-2. Their undefeated record has been changed and they now hold a record of 3-1.

Men’s soccer adds pair of victories to winning-streak

Two games for the men’s soccer team means two wins to add on to their undefeated record of 7-0.

Men’s rugby thrives under new leadership

Hustling at Green Lane Fields on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, a group of students lace up their cleats and practice every drill, every strategy and every play.

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