Close dynamic leads to a winning team

October 30, 2014 Jessica Ganga 0

The College’s swimming and diving team increased its winning record to 2-0 with a thrilling win against Montclair State University in the home opener on Friday, Oct. 24. The Packer Hall swimming pool was surrounded […]

Men’s swimming keeps MET streak alive

February 18, 2014 Chrissy Onorato 0

This past weekend, the College’s swim teams competed in the Metropolitan Championships and showcased the best of this year’s Lions’ squads. Both the men’s and women’s teams had strong races and took home countless victories, […]

Swim teams narrowly dropped by Ducks

December 2, 2013 Chrissy Onorato 0

It was a hard-fought effort by the men’s and women’s swimming teams on Saturday, Nov. 23 as the Lions took on Stevens Institute of Technology. Both teams were defeated, but after the most exciting competitions of the season, the Lions were able to walk away knowing they had given it their all.

Good things come in threes for Roskos

March 26, 2013 Julie Kayzerman 0

Under an extreme amount of pressure, senior diver Danica Roskos was still able to make history, not only at the College’s levels, but also at NCAA Division III levels, becoming the first female diver to win three consecutive national titles in the same event.

Swimming title streak swells to seven

February 19, 2013 Andrew Grossman 0

After attending the Metropolitan Conference Championship at Rutgers University this past weekend, the Lions dominated the 19-team field as the men’s and women’s teams finished first and second, respectively. The title for the men marked their seventh consecutive and 16th overall in program history.

Bishop cares about more than wins

February 5, 2013 Andrew Grossman 1

When one talks to swimming head coach Brian Bishop, there are several intriguing qualities. One in particular, however, stands out. It is not his love for the sport of swimming and it is not his strive to always be the best — it is obvious that Coach Bishop exemplifies those traits. Rather, it is the fact that Bishop may be one of the most humble men at the College.

High five to swimming as College wins

January 29, 2013 Andrew Grossman 0

Both the men’s and women’s swim teams at the College knew early on that some of their toughest competition would come against Rowan University and Stevens Institute of Technology. With just 24 hours separating matchups between their main rivals, the Lions had a difficult task at hand. The men took full advantage of that opportunity as they swept the Owl’s 162-123 and the sixth-ranked Ducks 151-111, taking the New Jersey Athletic Conference for the fifth straight year in the process.

College scores win for Bishop’s 200th

January 22, 2013 Andrew Grossman 0

This past Saturday proved to be a big day for the Lions, as both the men and women conquered William Paterson University by scores of 171-100 and 194-84, respectively. This was no typical victory, however, as it marked the 200th win for the men’s head coach, Brian Bishop.

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