The women’s tennis team dominated as the College hosted both Carnegie Mellon University and New York University in an eight-player singles draw and a four-team doubles draw this weekend. The action commenced at the sparsely populated College’s Tennis Center located in the heart of campus. […]
The College’s eighth ranked women’s soccer team carried over last season’s success to the new 2003 campaign by going 3-0 in their first three contests of the season.
The Lions finished off their winning week with a narrow 1-0 victory over Johns Hopkins University (2-1). […]
Aug. 29 – Virginia Wesleyan defeats College
The Lions lost their first game of the season to Virginia Wesleyan College (4-1), at the Joe Pombriant/Christopher Newport University Soccer Classic. Sophomore forward Mark Tribendis and senior forward Phil Neiland scored the first two goals of the game for the Blue Marlins to close out the first half with a 2-0 lead. […]
The Lions enter the 2003 season after coming back from a 6-3 record last year, in which the College tied for second place in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC). With 27 letter winners and 17 starters returning, the Lions football team is hoping to make a run to win the NJAC title. […]
Athletic competitions are some the most entertaining happennings of College life, but not enough students take advantage of this.
Here is a list of the top five games or matches that you must catch if you are a Lions fan. Most end early enough to catch some amazing after parties. […]
The College’s athletic teams took third place in the race for the 2002-2003 National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) Director’s Cup with 695.75 points.
The third place finish marks the fifth straight third place NACDA Director’s Cup finish for the Lions’ making them one of two Division III programs to have finished in the top four in every year of the Directors’ Cup. […]
Sharon Pfluger and Ann King have both been recognized for the dedication and hard work for the College’s athletic department.
Sharon Ffluger, the College’s head field hockey and women’s lacrosse coach, will be inducted into the National Field Hockey Coaches’ Association (NFHCA) Hall of Fame Class of 2003, along with four other women at the NFHCA Awards Luncheon. […]
During summer break, the College announced that it had forfeited five men’s tennis matches and all 34 games of the softball season due to a secondary violation in each sport.
The College self-reported the violations to the NCAA after one player from each team was academically ineligible to compete. […]
The College’s outdoor track and field teams had a number of top performers at the 2003 Lions’ Invitational on Saturday, a non-team scored event.
In the shot put, freshman Bobbi Jo Leighty took second place with a mark of 11.74 meters. He also took 16th place in the hammer throw with a mark of 33. […]
Thirty-six fine young women took the stage, flaunting their bright costumes and much-practiced moves.
Get your mind out of the gutter. I’m talking about “Absolut” Synergy, the College’s Dance Company’s performance, which pirouetted its way around Kendall Hall this past Sunday. […]
The Lions’ lacrosse team improved its winning streak to 12-0 this week. Saturday’s game against Drew University ended in a 19-7 score in favor of the College.
Freshman attacker Lauren Dougher was the star of the game with a career-high six goals and two assists for a total of eight points. […]
The Men’s Tennis team lost in their final dual-match of the season, 4-3 to Drew University.
Senior captain Marc Hill was victorious for the Lions in first singles, defeating Drew’s JD Spina 6-4, 6-0. The win gave Hill a 13-3 record for the year in dual-matches. […]
The College’s Women’s Rugby Club have won both of their matches at the Inaugrual East Coast Division III Championships in Bethlehem, Pa. held April 26-27.
“We just gained our school a national title,” Michelle DiFedele, president of the College’s Women’s Rugby Club, said. […]
All it took was one decisive swing from Pioneer Tim Banos to break the Lions’ early three-run lead over William Paterson University and the College’s 11-game winning streak.
For the first time this season, the Lions gave up double digits in a loss, falling 12-5 to William Paterson in the opener of Sunday’s sunny Family Day doubleheader. […]