Spring sports, yo!

March 25, 2003 Lindsay Scarborough 0

As the snow melts and the days grow longer, the College sports teams take to the fields, diamonds and tracks. During a season that may include anything from snow to heat waves, the College’s athletes are diligently preparing for upcoming competition.

The Lions’ women’s lacrosse team has traditionally been one of the most dominating forces in Division III. […]

Lions increase winning streak to 6, 13-3 overall

March 25, 2003 Lauren Kidd 0

The Lions pushed their winning streak to six as they bested the University of Rochester for the third time in two days, capping off a triumphant first weekend of home play.

The Lions (13-3) took on Rochester in a Sunday doubleheader, shutting out the Yellow Jackets 5-0 in the opening game, behind the one-hit pitching performance of sophomore Jessica Donohue. […]

Lions eat Red Dragons for dinner in home opener

March 25, 2003 Christopher Weir 0

The Lion’s women’s lacrosse team won their home opener on Saturday by defeating SUNY Cortland 19-4. The Lions are ranked third in Division III. Head coach Sharon Pfluger was pleased with the Lions (2-0) performance.

“If I had to say one thing about today, it would be that we played well together,” Pfluger said. […]

Men’s Tennis defeats Haverford

March 25, 2003 Matt Boyd 0

Men’s tennis was victorious against Haverford in a dual-match, winning by a score of 5-2 in action last Wednesday.

The Lions’ (10-5) performance was highlighted by senior Marc Hill, who won his first singles match, 6-2, 6-2 and junior Bryan Hanley, who scored a 6-0, 6-1 rout in second singles. […]

Lacrosse defeats Rutgers

March 25, 2003 Ricky Klittich 0

The College’s men’s club lacrosse team defeated the Rutgers University’s club team, 13-11, on Sunday, improving to 2-0 this season.

“This is a big game because we only have two home games,” Senior attackman and coach Keith Glock said. “Rutgers is a division opponent and in order to make the playoffs, you have to win your division. […]

Softball season highlighted by 7 wins

March 18, 2003 Lauren Kidd 0

The Lion softball squad returned to the state with an impressive 7-3 record and an optimistic outlook on the 2003 season, after kicking off the Spring, competing in the Rebel Spring Games in Kissimmee, Florida.

Despite losing the first two games of the week by one run each, the Lions battled back to post a seven-game winning streak, including the defeat of No. […]

Rugby what?

March 18, 2003 John Kell 0

Coming from a rugby family, I’ve been a fan of the sport for many years.

I have been attending matches for years now with very little knowledge of the sport. I decided that this week, I will be discussing some key rugby terms, positions and plays for all those interested in learning more about this crazy sport. […]

Baseball season heats up after winning 8 in Florida

March 18, 2003 copress 0

The Lions boasted an explosive offense as they capped off a three-game winning streak with a 19-3 victory over Nichols College on March 15.

Senior catcher Sergio Sencion led the Lions (8-2-1) with three RBIs, three runs scored and a double. Greg Martinez, senior catcher, also posted his second home run of the season with an in-stadium homer in the ninth. […]

Swimmers invited to Nationals

March 18, 2003 Peter Matkiwsky 0

The College’s swim team spent their spring break at the Division III National Championship, held at Emory University.

The competition got under way Thursday, March 13, and finished on Saturday, March 15.

Six members of the swim team were invited to the nationals this year, five of which were swimmers and one who was a diver. […]

Women’s lacrosse opens season with 13-10 win

March 18, 2003 Christopher Weir 0

The Lion’s Women’s lacrosse team defeated Salisbury University, by a score of 13-10, on Saturday, in their season opener. The Lions (1-0) was led by senior Liz O’Connor, who scored four goals, and senior Tara Prindible, who scored three goals and had an assist. […]

Why play Division III?

February 25, 2003 John Kell 0

Imagine you’re an athlete. Scouts are hunting you down, you are so amazing and you have so much raw talent, this imaginary university will even pay you money to play. Not cash in the pocket, but scholarship money.

Personally, that sounds to me like a pretty sweet deal. […]

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