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NFL: What’s going on?

October 7, 2003 John Kell 0

What is going on with the NFL? I know it’s only week five, and most of the predictions now will not stand at the end of the season, but the facts cannot be ignored.

Only one of the eight current divisional leaders, the Indianapolis Colts (5-0), went to the playoffs last year. […]

Plenty of joy in victory over Profs

October 7, 2003 Tiffany Rhea 0

As a senior, I already have had many moments this semester where I’ve sat down to reminisce about the good and bad times I’ve had at the College.

After the College vs. Rowan football game last Friday night, I was reminded of how my opinion of this school has changed in three years. […]

Lions redeem shutout

October 7, 2003 Lindsay Scarborough 0

After a year of waiting, the College field hockey team had a shot at redemption against New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) rival Rowan University Profs.

Saturday’s game ended in overtime and sent the defending national champs home with a 2-1 loss. […]

Men’s and women’s teams appear at Lehigh University

October 7, 2003 Lauren Kidd 0

The College’s men’s and women’s cross-country teams tested themselves against top talent at the Paul Short Invitational at Lehigh University last Saturday.

Georgetown University captured both ends of the competition.

The Hoya women, ranked 10th in Division I (DI), posted 28 points to best the 32-team field of Division I, Division II (DII) and Division III (DIII) programs. […]

Tennis continues winning streak

October 7, 2003 Maggie Murphy 0

The Lions women’s tennis squad defeated Rutgers University-Newark Scarlet Raiders, 9-0, Thursday.

In their first home match in almost a month, the Lions dominated the court.

They boasted shutouts in three doubles and five singles matches and achieved their 98th consecutive win of more than two seasons. […]

College loses lead during second half

September 23, 2003 Signal Editorial Staff 0

The Lions 24-7 halftime lead wasn’t enough to hold off the LaSalle University Explorers for a third straight win.

The Explorers scored 21 second-half points to defeat the No. 24 ranked Division III Lions, 28-27.

The Lions (2-1 overall, 1-0 New Jersey Athletic Association) and the Explorers (1-2) have never met on the football field. […]

How to become a devout sports fan

September 23, 2003 John Kell 0

Life as a fanatic fan can be hard work, and the true test comes when your favorite team is losing. Being a sports editor and a trained journalist I learned you have to remain unbiased in your reporting. However, it’s hard to remain biased when you are obviously going to root (secretly if necessary) for your school’s teams to win. […]

Lions sweep Ramapo

September 23, 2003 Andrew Grant 0

The women’s tennis team continued to roll with a 9-0 win over Ramapo College on Sunday. The victory brings the Lions to 2-0 on the year and extends their New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) winning streak to 97 matches.

In sweeping all nine matches, the Lions posted seven shutouts, including all three doubles matches. […]

Freshman Mullin leads Lions to victory over Pioneers

September 23, 2003 Kristen Zimmerman 0

Famous American cyclist, Greg LeMond, once said that experience is the most important part of racing. Experience might be the most important part of racing, but freshman forward on the College’s women’s soccer team, Christine Mullin, proved that she can do just fine without it on the soccer field. […]

Women’s ruggers tally five tries in rival match

September 23, 2003 Heather Altz 0

The College’s Women’s Rugby Club faced St. Joseph’s University this past Saturday, defeating them with a sore of 25-5.

During the Fall 2000 and Fall 2001 seasons, St. Joseph’ beat the Lions for the Division III Championship.

St. Joseph’s took first in the Westchester Tournament defeating the College, who took second. […]

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