The Lions swept New Jersey City University on Saturday, April 21 in a doubleheader to qualify for the NJAC tournament.
The Lions softball team lost both halves of the doubleheader Saturday against a tough Kean University team. The College now stands with a 6-4 record in conference play and 17-11 overall.
The Messiah College softball team came to the College Wednesday riding a seven-game winning streak. After a double header with the Lions softball team, they left with a two-game losing streak.
The College’s softball team went 2-2 this week, taking two games from Muhlenberg College on Wednesday, March 21 and losing two games to SUNY Cortland on Saturday, March 24.
The College’s softball team had a rough day at the plate against two very strong opponents on Saturday at the Salisbury Invitational in Maryland.
The College’s softball team returned from Florida boasting an impressive 7-3 record.
The College’s softball team was projected as the No. 2 team in the NJAC preseason poll. In a tight race where each of the top four teams received two first-place votes, the Lions received three first-place ballots.
After winning their conference championship the previous day, the College’s swimming and diving teams stepped up and topped the highly-ranked Stevens Institute of Technology teams.
The College’s women’s swimming and diving team pulled out a victory against the William Paterson Pioneers on Saturday, Jan. 21. The Lions’ seniors led the way, winning every event they competed in, and finishing the meet with a final score of 195-92.
The College’s swimming and diving teams returned from a week of training in Aruba to compete in a tri-meet at West Chester University last weekend.
Red Bull’s Mini Ramp Tour rolled through Sigma Pi’s Third Annual Fall Fest on Saturday, Nov. 19. Fall Fest has become an annual celebration for students before they crack down on their last few weeks before finals.
Saturday kicked off the NCAA Division III Tournament for the College’s women’s soccer players, who made a statement in the opening round with a decisive 3-0 victory over Roger Williams University, but followed with a loss to Middlebury College in the second round.
The women’s soccer team won two big games last week on the path to its third consecutive New Jersey Athletic Conference championship.
The women’s soccer team lined up against Rowan University last Wednesday in a matchup of undefeated NJAC powerhouses to determine who would be the No. 1 seed in the 2011 NJAC Championship Women’s Soccer Tournament.