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Monday May 20th


The Lions now have a record of 13-4 (Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Gladstone / Multimedia Coordinator). 

TCNJ baseball moves into top 25 after doubleheader split

The College’s baseball team was coming off a difficult week in which they dropped back-to-back games to extend their losing streak to three, after winning 12 straight games to open the season. The College traveled to Wayne, New Jersey in order to face off against the Pioneers of William Paterson University on March 30.

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Senior midfielder Kira Sides with the ball (Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Gladstone / Multimedia Coordinator).

TCNJ women’s lacrosse takes two losses at the hands of top ten teams

The Lions headed into this difficult two game stretch sitting at 5-1 after a loss to the top team in the nation, Middlebury College. In back-to-back games, the Lions played against No. 6 Gettysburg College and No. 7 Washington and Lee University. These were two important games to stack up, with Gettysburg being the nation’s runner up last season and Washington and Lee entering the game at 8-3 with a ton of experience. 

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Junior infielder Andrew Fernandez at the plate (Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Gladstone / Multimedia Coordinator).

TCNJ baseball continues to soar

The College returned to their home field at George Ackerman Park on March 20, yet to have suffered a loss on the season with their best start since 2006, with a record of 9-0. In their first home game of the year, Widener University looked to end that streak, but they would have had to slow down the red-hot Lions offense to do so. 

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Senior attacker Morgan Vaccaro in the loss (Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Gladstone / Multimedia Coordinator).

TCNJ women’s lacrosse comeback falls short against top national team

The College’s women's lacrosse team had their biggest game of the year playing against the No. 1 team in the nation, Middlebury College. The Lions came into the game losing their last three games against the Black Panthers and were looking to break the losing streak. Middlebury is coming off a National Championship, along with an unbeaten streak of 33 games, and has become a true powerhouse in Division III women's lacrosse. 

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The Lions put together an impressive championship performance (Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Gladstone / Multimedia Coordinator).

Sacco’s championship leads TCNJ wrestling in NCAA Championships

Junior Nick Sacco took home the Division III NCAA national championship for 165-pounds on March 16, highlighting an impressive weekend for the Lions. Fifth-year Peter Wersinger and junior Mike Conklin also earned All-American titles during the NCAA Championships in La Crosse, Wisconsin. The Lions finished ninth in the competition, with 37.0 points.

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The Lions are on a win streak (Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Gladstone / Multiamedia Coordinator).

TCNJ women’s lacrosse wins three straight games

The Lions’ women’s lacrosse team played three games in eight days and looked to keep their zero in the loss column. The stretch was headed by two road games against Lebanon Valley College on March second and the University of Scranton on March sixth. To round off, the Lions finished at home against Farmingdale State College on March ninth. 

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The College looks to build off of their NJAC title from last season (Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Gladstone / Multimedia Coordinator).

Lions baseball gears up for their season

The College’s baseball team is trying to build on a successful season last year. They made a magical postseason run, winning the New Jersey Athletic Conference, despite finishing the regular season at exactly .500, going 24-24 and 9-9 in conference play. The Lions were perfectly average, but they put together a Cinderella run to defeat Kean in the championship game when it mattered most. 

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