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Campus mourns loss of Phi Mu Alpha brother

No one could miss the smile on Isaac Aston’s face. He was one of the two principal trumpets in the College’s last Concert Band performance before the pandemic. Shortly after this concert, students went home and the era of online learning began. There was a promise made that the band would return to perform another concert on campus.

Field hockey falls, ends season 18-1

The field hockey team hosted Franklin and Marshall University on Saturday, Nov. 16, for the first round of the NCAA Tournament, ending in an unfortunate 4-3 loss for the Lions. The team’s season came to a close after its 18-game winning streak was snapped.

Michibata ends season in ITA Regionals

On Thursday, Oct. 17, sophomore Matthew Michibata traveled to Rome, Ga., where he participated in the ITA Regionals Tournament.

Football falls to 1-1 in NJAC

The College’s football team earned its first victory of the season on Oct. 5, when it traveled to Wayne, New Jersey, and defeated William Paterson University by a score of 17-14. With the win, the team improved to 1-3 on the year and 1-0 in the conference.

Football falls in fourth quarter upset

The College’s football team fell to St. John Fisher College on Saturday, Sept. 21 by a final score of 40-16.

Football flops in home opener against SUNY

The Lions’ football team hosted SUNY College at Cortland for its second game of the season, but was unable to secure a win in its home opener.

Men’s soccer wins two, falls to Centre

The men’s soccer team won two out of three matches this past week, propelling itself to a 4-1 record on the season.

Lacrosse falls to even record

On Thursday, March 28, the lacrosse team took on Gettysburg University, where it lost its third game in a row and leveled its record at 4-4.

Lacrosse comes up short over break

The women’s lacrosse team came up short during spring break, and fell to both of its opponents. Traveling to Amherst, Massachusetts for the first matchup on March 16, the team battled Amherst College

Men’s team continues win streak

On March 16, the men’s and women’s tennis teams both took on New York University during a home match. The men continued their winning streak, while the women fell in their first loss of the season.

Lions’ Hour forum supports campus community in mourning

This academic year, the College has faced many tragedies, including the deaths of senior psychology major Jenna DiBenedetto and freshman psychology major Charlie Schulz.

Lacrosse bounces back with two wins

On March 5, the lacrosse team defeated Ursinus College 16-1 and then went on to take down Dickinson College 16-9 on Saturday, March 9.

Softball falls at Salisbury Invitational

Following a 1-1 start to the 2019 season, the softball team dropped three of four games at the Salisbury Invitational in Salisbury, Maryland.

Lacrosse suffers first loss of season

Just three days following its dominating 16-0 blowout against Neumann University, the College hit its first stumbling block of the season when it suffered a 12-10 loss against Haverford College on Feb. 26.

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