NHL vs. NBA Playoffs

May 6, 2015 Matthew Bowker 0

By Matthew Bowker Sports Editor It’s the age-old debate. The NBA playoffs vs. the NHL playoffs. Everyone has a favorite. Everyone chooses a side. There is no in between. There is only right and wrong. […]

Spieth is the real deal

April 15, 2015 Matthew Bowker 0

By Matt Bowker Sports Editor Jordan Spieth sent a message to the golf world over the weekend. He is the real deal and a threat to win every major he plays in for the next […]

One win, but two losses

December 1, 2014 Matthew Bowker 0

The Lions wrestling team finished off a busy day with a 1-2 record in its three matches at York College on Sunday, Nov. 16. Three Lions led the way for the College with standout performances. […]

Lions start season strong

November 15, 2014 Matthew Bowker 0

The College opened its wrestling season on Saturday, Nov. 8, at the annual Ursinus College Fall Brawl. The Lions had a very successful match against the region’s best, including one weight-division title, a runner-up and […]

Rob Simels joins in rescuing clubs

October 30, 2014 Matthew Bowker 0

With no acting director, chaos reigned in the Intramurals and Club Sports program for the first month of the semester: Club teams were unable to schedule games and were disrupted in their everyday activities with […]

NHL playoff predictions

October 7, 2014 Matthew Bowker 0

It’s almost that time of year again when fists fly, goal horns sound and the Pittsburgh Penguins choke again. With the NHL season set to kick off this week, here are my Stanley Cup picks. […]

Lions coast to victory with crucial NJAC win

September 24, 2014 Matthew Bowker 0

The College’s women’s soccer team was able to bounce back after suffering its first loss of the season to roll to victory at Rutgers-Newark University on Friday, September 19. The 13th-ranked Lions coasted to a 3-0 win behind a strong defensive effort with timely scoring. The game marked the beginning of crucial New Jersey Athletic Conference play for the team. […]

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