B-Ball Team: ‘We Are One!’

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Nick Ciocchi, Reporter
September 16, 2014

Is this the year for the Men’s Basketball team? Every time players break their huddle, they exclaim three words: “We are one!’’ With a heartbreaking loss in the conferences finals last year versus DeSales University, the team is out to turn many heads throughout the conference this year. The... Read more »

Success Leaves Team Wanting More

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Rob Evans, Reporter
September 16, 2014

If there is one word to describe the string of success the men’s and women’s soccer teams have put together in recent memory, it would be “consistent.” Multiple playoff appearances, individual awards, and national recognition are proof that the soccer programs have set a precedent, making the... Read more »

New Intramural System Makes Sign-Ups Easier

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Donya Forst, Print Editor
September 16, 2014

Organizers of a new, free intramural registration program called IMLeagues are hoping new athletes will sign on. IMLeagues is a free system designed to make registration much easier than the old paper-based signup system that required students to email copies of their roster to the Director of Intramurals... Read more »

Men’s Soccer: No Time to be Timid

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Donya Forst, Print Editor
September 3, 2014

Before school bells were ringing for students, the men’s soccer team was lining up on the field shaking off last year’s NCAA first round loss to Montclair State University, which ended 4-2 in penalty kicks. They ended the regular season 13-5-2 and were proud of their many team accomplishments, but... Read more »

Stauffer and Co. Head For Glory

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Donya Forst, Print Editor
September 3, 2014

The women’s soccer team found it wasn’t too sweet to lose against Middlebury 5-1 in the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA tournament last season so they are looking to take a berth in the NCAA tournament even farther to win the National Championship. They ended their season with an impressive 19-3-2 record,... Read more »

Juniors Lead the Way as Team Aims For Successful Season

Rob Evans, Reporter
September 3, 2014

Last years’ football game against FDU-Florham University was  do-or-die: win, and achieve the first gridiron victory in school history, lose, and wait another eight months for a crack at it. The Cougars prevailed on that brisk day in Teaneck, NJ with a 63-40 win, and that helped provide the squad... Read more »

Early Cougars Get the Treadmills

Rob Evans, Reporter
April 29, 2014

The early birds who like to get to the gym first thing in the morning are in luck. Changes to the Anderson Center hours have the gym doors opening at 6:15 a.m. on weekdays, 45 minutes earlier. The change to the gym schedule was put into motion by the school’s Wellness Committee, according to Campus... Read more »

Fitness For Every Body Part 4

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Matt Green, Reporter
April 29, 2014

Editor’s Note: Matt Green is a senior sport management major and a personal trainer at Leverage Fitness in Forty-Fort, Pa. This is part four of a four-part health and fitness series special for The Highlander. You’ve been eating right and working out for quite a while now. In the beginning you... Read more »

Fitness for Every Body Part 3

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Matt Green, Reporter
April 15, 2014

Editors Note: Matt Green is a senior sport management major and a personal trainer at Leverage Fitness in Forty-Fort, Pa. This is part three of a four-part health and fitness series special for The Highlander. PANIC MODE. It may not seem like it yet, but warmer weather is just around the corner.... Read more »

Pagnotta Beats Injuries to Achieve Lacrosse Milestone

LAX 100th Goal

Rob Evans, Reporter
April 15, 2014

For senior lacrosse player Kate Pagnotta, injuries are nothing new – but neither is victoriously overcoming them. Her senior year season was cut short by a broken collarbone. A season-ending ACL tear during her sophomore year in 2012 side- lined her. Scars from the multiple injuries are there... Read more »