Lions wreck conference opponents in season finale

May 2, 2017 Miguel Gonzalez 0

he lacrosse team finished its season on a dominant nine-game winning streak, going undefeated in the highly competitive New Jersey Athletic Conference.

On April 25, the team capped of their Senior Day celebration with a 13-0 shutout against Stockton University at Lions Stadium. The Lions then thrashed Kean University on the road, beating the Cougars, 19-6. […]

No.1 lacrosse hits two birds with one defensive stick

April 25, 2017 Miguel Gonzalez 0

The No.1 nationally ranked Lions continued their dominance in conference play. On the road, the team defeated Rowan University, 11-1, on April 18. The Lions then followed with a more hefty home win against Ramapo College, 17-1, on Thursday, April 20.

The Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association announced junior defender Elizabeth Morrison as the Defensive Player of the Week on Wednesday, April 19. […]

Both tennis teams finish on strong winning streaks

April 25, 2017 Miguel Gonzalez 0

The men’s and women’s tennis teams concluded their seasons on a tear. At Stevens Institute of Technology, the Lions narrowly defeated the Ducks, 5-4, on Wednesday, April 19. The Lions then thrashed St. Lawrence University, 9-0, at home on Saturday, April 22.

On the same day, the Lady Lions escaped with a 5-4 win against St. Lawrence University. The women’s team then capped off the season by trampling Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 9-0. […]

Dicheck, Stanley record milestone wins in shutout

April 18, 2017 Miguel Gonzalez 0

The men’s tennis team reached two milestones this week. Head coach Scott Dicheck recorded his 400th coaching victory during the Lions 9-0 sweep against Muhlenberg College on Wednesday, April 12. In the following matchup at Ursinus College, senior Mike Stanley captured his 100th victory during the Lions 9-0 win on Thursday, April 13.

Meanwhile, the women’s team defeated a Division I opponent in crosstown rival Rider University, 6-1, on April 11. The Lady Lions then dropped a close home loss against New York University on Thursday. […]

No. 1 Lions manhandle Scarlet Raptors and Seagulls

April 18, 2017 Miguel Gonzalez 0

The No. 1 ranked Lions annihilated Rutgers University-Camden, 17-0, on April 11 and beat the No. 11 Salisbury University Seagulls, 6-3, on Saturday, April 15.

The Rutgers-Camden Scarlet Raptors were no match against the Lions, as 12 different Lions scored throughout their match. Sophomore midfielder Kathleen Jaeger and freshman midfielder Kristin Biché led the explosive Lions offense with three goals apiece. At the seventh minute, senior defender LeeAnn Bak shot her first goal after snatching a pass from freshman attacker Kasey Donoghue. […]

Lions top national polls with dominant perfomance

April 11, 2017 Miguel Gonzalez 0

The lacrosse team earned two victories this week. On April 4, the Lions splurged against Stevens Institute of Technology, beating the Ducks, 12-3. Later on Saturday, April 8, the team claimed its first conference win against Montclair State University, 8-3.

On Monday, April 10, the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association announced the Lions as the current No.1 team in NCAA Division III Women’s Lacrosse. It has been nearly six years since the Lions topped the IWLCA poll. […]

Men’s and women’s tennis pile up wins at home

April 11, 2017 Miguel Gonzalez 0

Both the men’s and women’s teams were victorious this week. On Wednesday, April 5, the Lions defeated Division I Lafayette College, 8-3. They then defeated Ithaca College, 7-2, on Saturday, April 8, and narrowly won against Franklin and Marshall College, 5-4, on Sunday, April 9. Meanwhile, the Lady Lions blasted Ithaca College, 7-2, on Saturday, April 8.

After enduring a 8-1 loss against the University of Mary Washington last week, the Lions rebounded with three consecutive victories. With the weather warming up, the Lions moved away from indoor play at the Student Recreation Center and played their first home match at the Tennis Complex against the Leopards. […]

No. 29 Eagles serve losses to men’s and women’s tennis

April 4, 2017 Miguel Gonzalez 0

The men’s and women’s tennis teams were setback this week. The Lions conceded to New York University on Wednesday, March 29, in a competitive 5-4 loss. Both teams were dominated on Saturday, April 1, by the University of Mary Washington.

The Violets, ranked 29th in the nation, beat the Lions in doubles, 2-1. The senior duo of Mike Stanley and Jack August got the Lions only doubles win after beating Violets freshman Michael Li and sophomore Benedict Teoh, 8-4. […]

Lions lose to reigning champions, best No. 2 Bullets

April 4, 2017 Miguel Gonzalez 0

The lacrosse team was put to the test this week while competing against nationally ranked opponents. The Lions took their first loss of the season on March 27 against reigning national champion Middlebury College, 6-4. The team prevailed on Thursday, March 30, over No.1 ranked Gettysburg College, 7-6.

Coming back from an impressive 15-3 win against Ursinus College, the Lions received a rude awakening from Middlebury College. The team held a 4-2 lead in the second half until the Panthers scored four consecutive goals and snatched a 6-4 win. […]

Lions blast Scarlet Raiders in conference opener

April 4, 2017 Miguel Gonzalez 0

The Lions dropped two consecutive out-of-conference games before sweeping Rutgers University-Newark with 8-1 and an 13-5 victories on Sunday, April 4.

On Wednesday, March 29, the Lions were overwhelmed by Widener University, 19-4. Despite only recording 10 hits, the Pride drove in 19 runs. In the bottom of the third inning, the Pride scored 11 runs with a series of walks, singles and RBIs. The Lions pitching staff struggled to tame the Pride’s hot offense. […]

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