Lions prevail over tough opponents in Florida

March 21, 2017 Miguel Gonzalez 0

After picking up their first season win against Stevens Institute of Technology, the Lions trekked down to Winter Haven, Fla. to compete in a week of games from Saturday, March 11 to Saturday, March 18. Almost each win was hard earned, as the Lions played in four extra innings games, won six games and lost three.

Arriving at Lake Myrtle Complex, the Lions were immediately placed into a tight game situation against St. John Fisher College. The Cardinals, ranked No. 9 in the nation, made a comeback in the top of the ninth inning. […]

Lions still second in NJAC despite pair of losses

April 26, 2016 Jessica Ganga 0

The College’s baseball team split their games, going 2-2 against New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) opponents. The Lions pounced on Rutgers University-Camden two days in a row on Thursday, April 21, and Friday, April 22, winning the games, 6-4 and 4-0, respectively. The team, which is now 26-6 on the season, fell to Ramapo College in a doubleheader on Saturday, April 23. […]

Lions strike out in three

April 5, 2016 Sean Reis 0

By Sean Reis Production Manager After an 11-game winning streak, Haverford College dished the Lions their second loss of the season last Wednesday, March 31, in the team’s final game before starting New Jersey Athletic […]

Lions come up short

May 6, 2015 Jessica Ganga 0

By Jessica Ganga Nation & World Editor The College’s baseball team defeated top-seeded Rutgers University-Camden in the opening round of the 2015 New Jersey Athletic Conference Championship Tournament on Saturday, April 28. However, the team […]

Lions falter, cling to playoff hopes

April 23, 2015 Jessica Ganga 0

By Jessica Ganga Nation & World Editor After a winning weekend, the College’s baseball team suffered some tough losses, but they also had an important win against conference opponent Rutgers University-Camden to put their season […]

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