Pioneers break Lions 11-game winning streak

April 29, 2003 copress 0

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. […]

Lions softball playoff hopes may stay alive

April 29, 2003 Lauren Kidd 0

The College held on for two wins on Sunday and kept their playoff hopes alive as they bested Kean University in both ends of the home doubleheader.

The College, rallied for five runs in the fourth inning of the second game and held on to the lead to post an 8-4 victory over Kean University. […]

Intramural spring sports sees end to season

April 29, 2003 Diane Yee 0

The regular spring season has come to an end for intramural sports. Rain has put a damper on the softball season, but most of the 31 teams have made it to the playoffs.

Floor Hockey

As the B League Floor Hockey playoffs begin, only one team, the Maulers, remains undefeated. […]

Lions steal eighth win in 10th inning

April 22, 2003 Signal Editorial Staff 0

From his position at third base, Lion Steve Czajka had a good view of Diplomat David Stahlman’s bungled pitch as it bounced up against the fence behind the home plate.

Without a second thought, Czajka took off to steal home, giving the Lions the winning run over the Diplomats in the 10th inning. […]

Lacrosse extends its perfect record

April 22, 2003 Lindsay Scarborough 0

The College’s lacrosse team added to its perfect record this week, besting both Rowan University and Frostburg State University by impressive margins. Friday’s game saw the Lions on their home turf, handing Frostburg a 17-2 loss.

Freshman attack wing Lauren Dougher opened the game with a goal at 2:48 into the first half. […]

Baseball players: I’m sorry

April 22, 2003 John Kell 0

With recent violent events that have been taking place in the Major League Baseball (MLB), perhaps I should take back my commentary from two weeks ago. Apparently, baseball players and their umpires face a lot of danger, not so much from the ball or bat, but from the rabid fans. […]

Women lose third straight doubleheader

April 22, 2003 Lauren Kidd 0

After a disappointing week of play, including doubleheader losses to Rutgers-Camden and undefeated Ramapo College, the College’s softball team dropped another pair of tight losses to William Paterson University on Saturday at Wightman Field.

“They were two tough losses that we needed to win,” sophomore Kristen Zimmerman said, in reference to the College’s 1-0 opening game and 5-4 nightcap defeats. […]

Men’s and women’s tennis defeats Bates, loses to Colby

April 22, 2003 Ricky Klittich 0

The College’s men’s tennis team fell on the road, 6-0, to Bates College on Wednesday April 16, while the women’s team posted a 6-3 victory over their opponents.

“This year is kind of a rebuilding year with four new starters, but mine and the team’s expectations are not wavering,” junior Bryan Hanley, who was unable to record a win as the Lions (7-7) were shutout, said. […]

Individual track performances help College shine at Lehigh

April 22, 2003 John Kell 0

The men’s outdoor track and field team took second in a field of four teams at the Lehigh University Invitational while the women’s outdoor track and field team took fourth place.

The invitational consisted of three Division I teams and the Division III Lions, who were able to win crucial events and break school records while competing at Lehigh. […]

College’s Rugby Club’s racks weekend win

April 22, 2003 Signal Staff 0

Saturday was rugby day as the Lion’s Women’s Rugby Club, a Division II team in the Eastern Pennsylvania Rugby Union (EPRU), was able to defeat a Division I Garnet Tide at Swarthmore College, 22-10.

The Lions were able to dominate the first half of the match, starting off with a three-point penalty kick made by senior eight-man Kate Daniels. […]

Lions defeat Ospreys in doubleheader game

April 15, 2003 Ricky Klittich 0

The College’s softball team notched two wins at Richard Stockton College in a New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) doubleheader on Sunday afternoon, winning 2-1 in game one and 9-5 in the nightcap.

In the second game, the team tallied eight runs in the bottom of the first inning to get out to an early lead. […]

Lions get back into the swing of things

April 15, 2003 copress 0

The Lions have to do a lot of catching-up in the coming weeks.

After three postponements due to nasty weather, the College’s baseball team battled Montclair State University (MSU) in a doubleheader Sunday, losing 3-1 in a conference opener, and winning 9-8 in the nightcap. […]

Oh, the pinkies!

April 15, 2003 Heather Altz 0

When you think of soccer, what do you think of? Green grass, muddy fields, cleats, guys running around a gym in pink shirts calling themselves the Stinky Pinkies?

You read me right. I said the Stinky Pinkies. These guys usually meet once a week in the Packer Hall gymnasium to flaunt their athletic skill with seven other teams that also have creative names such as the Meat Men, the Vipers and the Predators. […]

Women defeat NYU, lose to Vassar

April 15, 2003 Matthew Boyd 0

he women’s tennis team saw their four-match winning streak break on Saturday, but rebounded Sunday to go 1-1 over the weekend.

The team bounced back from Saturday’s setback with a victory over New York University (NYU), 6-2.

The Lions collected four victories in singles and two in doubles. […]

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