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The most Super of all Bowls

February 4, 2004 Kristen Zimmerman 0

For once, the experts were right. The top National Football League (NFL) analysts predicted that Superbowl XXXVIII would be a close game, and that’s exactly what it was.

The New England Patriots’ 32-29 victory over the Carolina Panthers was a textbook example of what was supposed to happen this superbowl. […]

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. […]

Superbowl — beyond the big game

February 4, 2004 Lauren Kidd 0

Not all viewers tuned in to CBS on Sunday just to see the Patriots battle the Panthers. The showdown in Houston marked the twentieth anniversary of Super Bowl XVIII, remembered not only for a 49er defense that shut down passing sensation Dan Marino, but for the 60 seconds of airtime that created a national pastime – the Super Bowl commercial. […]

Bjorus breaks tie with technical fall

February 4, 2004 Lindsay Scarborough 0

At 285 pounds, sophomore Keith Bjorus broke the 19-19 tie against Montclair State University (MSU) to bring home a win for the College on Thursday.

A technical fall cost MSU the 24-19 match in the heavyweight bout. Bjorus capped off a thrilling day on the mat, which saw MSU come from behind to tie the match before the final rounds. […]

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. […]

Women defeat Owls, men suffer first loss

November 18, 2003 Colleen Shea 0

The College women’s swimming and diving team defeated the Owls of Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU), 144-99, this Saturday. The win advances the Lions to 3-1, while SCSU drops to 0-4.

Senior Captain Lauren O’Donnell contributed a first place win in the 50 free, a second place win in the 500 free and joined teammates junior Heather Meirkowski, freshman Kendall Warren and senior captain Aubrey Horvath on the winning 400 free relay team. […]

Friendship on and off the court leads to success

October 28, 2003 Lindsay Scarborough 0

I bet you didn’t know the College’s women’s tennis team hasn’t lost a match in 22 years.

While football, field hockey and lacrosse teams check out their full-page spreads in the paper and watch the Lions Stadium fill up with fans, members of the women’s tennis team quietly pickup their racquets and add another win to their amazing 99-0 record. […]

Six Lions place in top 10 at Invitational

October 28, 2003 Alex Rotsettis 0

The Lions participated at the Haverford College Invitational on Friday, Oct. 24.

The event, held at Haverford College in Easton, Pa., focused on individual performance, and did not score overall team achievements.

The women’s team entered the race 11th in the nation, moving up a position. […]

Young Lions aid swim victory

October 28, 2003 Lauren Kidd 0

Freshmen swimmers dove into collegiate competition, playing key roles in the College’s men’s and women’s season opening sweep at Montclair State University (MSU) on Saturday.

Women’s Swimming

The women’s squad defeated MSU’s Red Hawks 148-73, giving the team a 1-0 start to the season. […]

Lions win scrimmage over Patriots

October 28, 2003 Colleen Shea 0

The College’s Division III football team defeated George Mason University’s club team, 62-20. While the contest on Oct. 17 did not count for the College’s record, the Lions could not afford to discount the Patriots, who brought an undefeated record to the game. […]

College falls to Montclair, defeats NJCU

October 28, 2003 Eric Johnson 0

At their final home game last Saturday, three seniors were honored, but the College men’s soccer team then lost to the Montclair State University Red Hawks, 3-1. Senior co-captains defender Dan Muzzillo and forward Joe Schneck, along with Mike Montalto Rook were recognized during halftime, each receiving gift bags presented by coach George Nazario. […]

Stockton breaks College’s winning streak

October 28, 2003 Joe Moore 0

The Lions 1-0 loss to the Richard Stockton College Ospreys, ends an eight-game winning streak.

The Lions’ (13-2 overall, 2-2 New Jersey Athletic Conference) loss comes at the hand of the Ospreys during their first season at the varsity level. This is Stockton’s first year in the NJAC. […]

Lions defense denies Griffins the shot

October 14, 2003 Andrew Grant 0

The eighth-ranked women’s soccer team won their fourth straight game defeating Gwynedd-Mercy College, 6-0, in a non-conference match Tuesday night. It was the first meeting between the Lions (10-2) and the Griffins (6-3-2).

The Lions dominated the game with a stifling defense that did not allow a shot the entire game. […]

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