Overtime again — this time Lions outlast Pioneers

February 11, 2004 Dave Nicotera 0

The College men s basketball team finally got the break it needed in its attempt to win its second straight game for the first time in nearly a month.

The Lions, whose last five league losses have averaged a margin of less than five points, were determined not to let another close game out of their grasp. […]

Loss breaks Lions’ seven-game win record over Profs

February 4, 2004 Lauren Kidd 0

Before Saturday’s 65-60 loss to Rowan University, a sophomore on the College’s women’s basketball team asked head coach Dawn Henderson if the College had ever lost to its New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) rival, the Profs.

Henderson, who is in her 15th season as head coach of the Lions and recently tallied her 250th victory, thought her young player’s question was ironic, because according to the head coach, “They used to beat up on us. […]

Lions fall to 1-6 in conference

February 4, 2004 Andrew Grant 2

After a hard-fought losing effort in their last conference game, the Lions hoped to change their fortunes against a top conference opponent in Rowan University. The Profs had other ideas.

In a battle of offenses, the Profs overcame the Lions, 93-82, to win their 11th game in their last 12 tries. […]

Montclair ends Lions’ season, winning shot on buzzer

February 25, 2003 Christopher Weird 0

A season of tough losses continued on Senior Day for the College’s men’s basketball team as they were defeated by Montclair State University (MSU) Red Hawks, 62-59, on a three-pointer at the buzzer.

Head coach John Castaldo was proud of the effort his team displayed in the game and throughout the whole season. […]

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