Lions end season with a loss at home to Rowan

November 15, 2016 Otto Gomez 0

The Lions finished off their 2016 season with a tough 17-0 loss against Rowan University on Senior Night last Friday, Nov. 11. The College, coming off two great offensive games, was unable to get in the end zone all game, mainly due to the Profs strong defense. […]

Lions kick Southern Virginia to the curb

November 8, 2016 Otto Gomez 0

The College’s football team continued its strong play as the Lions defeated Southern Virginia University (SVU) on Saturday, Nov. 5, by a score of 28-25. The team showed incredible resilience as it was able to grind through regulation time, as well as four overtime periods. Senior kicker Brian Nagy was able to end the contest when he struck a 25-yard field goal through the uprights. […]

Lions win first game for Homecoming

November 2, 2016 Otto Gomez 0

The Lions picked the best day of the year to seal their first victory of their football season. It was an incredible feat. A squad who had only managed 30 points in their first seven games — all losses — exploded for 42 points against the William Paterson University Pioneers on Saturday, Oct. 30.

The game’s theme was the Lion’s overpowering running game, one that ended up with 221 yards on the day. The main centerpiece of the attack was junior running back Chad Scott, who finished the contest with 137 yards on 29 touches.
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Lions ill-prepared for Frostburg’s cold front

October 18, 2016 Connor Smith 0

On Oct. 17, 2015, the College’s football team lost its matchup with Frostburg State University which brought the team’s record to 0-4 in New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) play. In the weeks that followed, the College bounced back and won its final four matchups to cement a 4-4 conference record. […]

Lions Defense holds strong in loss

September 29, 2016 Connor Smith 0

Brisk temperatures and an overcast sky greeted the football team before its home opener on Saturday, Sept. 24, against the No. 24 Christopher Newport University Captains. The Lions defense shut down the best offense in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC), but their own offense could not muster enough plays to overcome an eventual 17-0 deficit. […]

Football ready to tackle this season

August 30, 2016 Connor Smith 0

By Connor Smith Sports Editor The College’s football team is hoping it hasn’t lost any momentum from a late 2015 season surge. The football team’s season mirrored an underdog’s tale of redemption. The Lions sunk to unimaginable […]

Lions beat Rowan

November 17, 2015 Anthony Caruso 0

By Anthony Caruso Staff Writer The College’s football team was motivated to win their last game of the season and end on a high mark. Under the Friday night lights on Nov. 13, the Lions […]

Football holds off Pioneers for road win

November 3, 2015 Anthony Caruso 0

By Anthony Caruso Staff Writer The College’s football team has now won two straight games. This Halloween, Saturday, Oct. 31, the Lions defeated the William Paterson University Pioneers, a New Jersey Athletic Conference competitor, 20-17, […]

Mount Union win 100 straight

November 3, 2015 Anthony Caruso 0

The University of Mount Union’s Purple Raiders are a dominate Division III college football team from Alliance, Ohio. However, their long-running win-streak received little national press. […]

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