Spring Recap

The College’s baseball team will be heading into the NJAC playoffs riding an 11-game win streak. Currently ranked No. 9 in Division III baseball, the Lions are 28-8 overall and 14-4 in the NJAC.

During the season, head coach Rick Dell earned his 700th career victory with the Lions. […]

Fall and Winter Recap

A quarterback merry-go-round may have kept the Lions from having a better record than 4-6 on the season. Sophomore Kevin Veillard, junior Jeff Struble, senior Chris Bell and freshman Chris James all spent time under center at some point in the season. All was not lost as three Lions made the All-New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) first and second teams. […]

Postseason 2007

May 2, 2007 Lauren Kohout 0

As of March 16, the College stood in third place for the United States Sports Academy Director’s Cup for NCAA Division III competition. This spring, six Lions varsity teams will see playoff action and look to move the College up in the standings.

Lacrosse leads the pack as it will vie for a three-peat NCAA Division III championship this year. […]

Club tennis up for a challenge

May 2, 2007 Brandon Lee 0

The College’s club tennis team participated in the United States Tennis Association National Campus Championship in Cary, N.C., last week.

The tournament was held April 26-28 and featured 64 teams throughout the nation. Competition featured singles, doubles and mixed-doubles play, using the World Team Tennis format. […]

Lions put on show at Penn

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It was a successful weekend for the College’s track and field team as it participated in the Penn Relays and the Lions’ Invitational. The Lions posted numerous Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) qualifying times.

The women’s 4×800 relay team, comprised of senior Angela Tecco, junior Sara Best, sophomore Stephanie Herrick and freshman Jianna Spadaccini, broke the College record for the event at the Penn Relays by posting a time of 9:13. […]

Rangers can’t stop Lions’ firepower

May 2, 2007 Kevin Gilligan 0

The men’s tennis team closed out the 2006-2007 season on Wednesday with a 9-0 shutout victory over Drew University in Madison, N.J., to bring its final regular season record to 11-2 overall.

In doubles competition, the Lions swept three matches. Juniors Michael Klimchak and Roger Mosteller beat Drew University juniors Vikram Rao and Jonathon Pivor by a convincing score of 8-1. […]

Around The Dorm

The Around the Dorm finals are finally here. Last week, we said goodbye to Signal nation & world editor James Queally and Signal sports assistant Justin Jez. Now Signal managing editor Lauren Kohout and Signal sports editor Brandon Lee will go head-to-head in a battle that will declare the official Around the Dorm champion. […]

Lions soar over Hawks, cut down Crusaders

May 2, 2007 Kristen Lord 0

The College’s lacrosse team swept the competition this week, scoring victories against Montclair State University and Susquehanna University.

The two wins leave the College with an 11-2 record for the season.

The No. 5-ranked Lions rekindled their rivalry against the Red Hawks with a 12-10 win as the teams met on the field for the first time in more than 20 years. […]

Lions take 11-game win streak into playoffs

May 2, 2007 Justin Jez 0

The College’s baseball team will take an 11-game win streak into the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) playoffs after handing losses to William Paterson University, Rutgers University-Newark and Widener University.

“The beginning of the year we started off 6-0 and then we got our first loss. […]

Supreme Court decision collides with Roe v. Wade

May 2, 2007 Steve Morris 0

Ever since a woman’s right to an abortion was defined as fundamental in the 1973 landmark case of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court has subsequently curtailed the right to an abortion. In the 1992 case of Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. Casey, the Court upheld a number of restrictions on a woman’s right to have an abortion. […]

Corzine administration races down highway to disaster

May 2, 2007 Bill Conlow 0

On April 12 Gov. Jon S. Corzine was critically injured in an automobile accident. While it would be shameful to exploit his accident to make a point, his full recovery now seems inevitable. Therefore, I feel it proper to point out the disappointment I have with his administration. […]

Reporter turns his eye on SGA

May 2, 2007 Joseph Hannan 0

Wednesday, April 18, marked the end of the 2006-2007 term for the Student Government Association (SGA). Since late September, I have reported on a total of 20 SGA meetings. Having spent the greater part of the academic year as an objective observer, I have come to form certain opinions based on my experiences with SGA. […]

Student center clocks less than timely

May 2, 2007 Myles Ma 0

As the year draws to a close and the Class of 2007 gets set to announce its gift to the College at graduation, the College is still awaiting the centerpiece of last year’s Senior Class gift – three new clocks for Brower Student Center.

The clocks were to replace those mounted above each entrance to the building and in the food court. […]

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