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TCNJ football alums featured tonight on NFL Network

press release October 29, 2013 Ewing, NJ… Three football alums from The College of New Jersey will be featured this evening on the ‘NFL Network’ with regard to their experiences of Hurricane Sandy and how football has played a role in community recovery. At 10:30 p.m. tonight, “NFL Films Presents” is airing a program that includes interviews with former Lions’ football players Julian (Jay) Price ’93, Jeff Bower ’07, ’10, and Steve Bower ’10. The special reflects on the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy one year after it struck the New Jersey Shore. The 30-minute show speaks of the resolve of three communities – Manasquan, Point Pleasant Beach, and Keyport – and how they all rallied around their high school football teams. Price has been honored... Read more →


TCNJ STOPS MORRISVILLE ON HOMECOMING

press release FINAL SCORE: The College of New Jersey 21, Morrisville State College 20 Morrisville State College (3-3, 2-1) vs. The College of New Jersey (4-2, 3-0 NJAC) October 19, 2013; Lions’ Stadium; Ewing, NJ Ewing, NJ ….. In a game that featured the New Jersey Athletic Conference’s best defense and its best offense, it was those two units that took center stage when the game was on the line. The College of New Jersey’s league-best defense won out, stopping Morrisville State College on a 4th-and-5 in the final minute of the game as the Lions celebrated homecoming with a 21-20 victory. The win was the fourth straight for the Lions as they moved to 3-0 in the conference standings and 4-2 overall. The loss... Read more →


CNBNews College Sports Report for Sunday PM

EVENTS HELD TODAY, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2013 SAINT JOSEPH'S FIELD HOCKEY FALLS TO FAIRFIELD IN SHOOTOUT, 3-2 McNeill, Gerdes Tally for Saint Joseph’s MERION STATION, Pa. – Senior Shannon McNeill (Blackwood, N.J.) and junior Nicole Gerdes (Robbinsville, N.J.) scored their first goals of the season, but Shealyn Testa converted the game-winning shootout attempt as Fairfield defeated the Saint Joseph’s field hockey team, 3-2, in a shootout on Sunday at Ellen Ryan Field. Saint Joseph’s (0-4) struck first as McNeill took a 2-on-1 feed from Marin Vreeburg before slotting it past Stags’ keeper Caitlin Bennett for the early advantage just over five minutes into the game. Fairfield (3-1) equalized with 4:38 to play in the frame as Emily Leo notched her first of the season on... Read more →


CNBNews College Sports Report for Sunday AM

EVENTS HELD SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7, 2013 Bricker named Defensive Player of the Week by NJAC Ewing, NJ … Senior Nick Bricker (Middletown, NJ/Middletown South), a linebacker for The College of New Jersey football team, was selected as the New Jersey Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week for his performance in the season opener against Ursinus College. Bricker registered a game-high 17 tackles in the contest, more takedowns than any other defensive player in the conference. Of those tackles, 11 were solo which is also tops in the NJAC. In the fourth quarter of the game against the Bears, the Lions staged a late comeback. After scoring a touchdown to make it a 28-13 game, the defense held Ursinus to just five yards on three... Read more →


Lions attack Bears late but fall short 28-20

press release Collegeville, Pa … The College of New Jersey football team staged a late-game rally, but fell short 28-20 to Ursinus College in its season opener in Collegeville, Pa on Friday night. Down 28-6 entering the final quarter, a 22-yard touchdown pass from sophomore quarterback Christopher Spellman (Mt. Laurel, NJ/Bishop Eustace Prep) to junior Kyle Janeczek (Allenwood, NJ/Wall) cut the deficit to 28-20 with 8:17 to play. But a 12-play, 37-yard drive eliminated 7:15 from the clock as the Bears secured their first victory of the season and spoiled the opener for new Lions’ head coach Wayne Dickens. TCNJ sophomore running back Victor Scalici (Freehold, NJ/Colts Neck) rushed for 78 yards and a pair of touchdowns on the night. Janeczyk caught five passes for... Read more →


TCNJ football visits Ursinus College for Friday night season opener

TCNJ Lions (Photo credit: Wikipedia) The College of New Jersey football team opens its season on the road this Friday night at Ursinus College in Collegeville, Pa. The game is schedule to kick off at 7 p.m. This will be the first of four Friday night games for TCNJ this season, two of which will be held in Lions’ Stadium. Wayne Dickens enters his first season as interim head coach of the Lions, following the retirement of long-time coach, Eric Hamilton. Hamilton called the shots on the sidelines in every game since 1977 and now hands over the reigns to Dickens, who becomes the 10th coach in Lions’ program history. He will look to improve the Lions record from 2012, when they posted a mark... Read more →


CNBNews College Sports Report for Saturday's Events (8/31/13)

ROWAN MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY FINISHES THIRD AT THE SALISBURY FALL CLASSIC SALISBURY, MD – The Rowan University men’s cross country team finished third at the Salisbury Fall Classic on Saturday. The meet was held at Winterplace Park. Rob Rawls (so. Runnemede, NJ/Triton Reg.) was the first Prof to finish the 8K race. He came in third with a time of 25:59.12. Jeff Tauriello (sr. Florham Park, NJ/Hanover Park) came in 14th (26:55.93) and Tim Dole (so. Mantua, NJ/Clearview Reg.) was 18th (27:04.96). Joe Capolino (so. Old Bridge, NJ/Old Bridge) had a 30th place (27:52.96) and Tim Rearden (jr. Burlington, NJ/Burlington Twp.) was 33rd (28:02.21). Raj Singh (jr. Parsippany Hills, NJ/Parsippany Hills) finished 38th (28:17.81) while Rob Buzby (jr. Medford, NJ/Shawnee) and Tyler Shields (fr. Mullica... Read more →


CNBNEWS COLLEGE SPORTS REPORT FOR GAMES PLAYED FRIDAY

SAINT JOSEPH’S MEN’S SOCCER BATTLES TO 1-1 DRAW WITH LOYOLA (MD.) Alex Critzos Nets Goal for Hawks; Andrew D’Ottavi Posts Solid Outing in Goal Aug. 30, 2013 PHILADELPHIA - The Saint Joseph's men's soccer team battled to a 1-1 double-overtime draw against Loyola (Md.) on Friday evening on Sweeney Field. Junior forward Alex Critzos (Annapolis, Md./Archbishop Spalding) tallied the Hawks' goal. SJU is now 0-0-1 on the season. Critzos jumped on one of his first scoring opportunities of the game as he regainied possession of the ball after pressuring Loyola goalkeeper Thurman Van Riper. Pulling Van Riper out from the box, Critzos fired his shot straight into the back of the net to score the Hawks' first goal of the season. "We wanted the win,"... Read more →


SAINT JOSEPH’S MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY TO OPEN 2013 SEASON THIS SATURDAY

Courtesy of SJU Athletic Communications Aug. 29, 2013 PHILADELPHIA – After taking home a third-place finish in 2011 and the silver medal in 2012, the 2013 Saint Joseph’s men’s cross country team, picked to finish second at the Atlantic 10 Championship on November 3, has its eyes on the A-10 title. Under the direction of head coach Mike Glavin, the squad returns 14 dedicated letterwinners and adds seven new faces to open up the 2013 season. The Hawks will look toward the experience of their 11 upperclassmen veterans, led by a trio of captains in Aaron Leskow, Mike Rankin, andSean Staltari. Coming off of a personal-record breaking season in which he finished fourth at the Princeton Invitational and 11th at the IC4A Championship, Leskow returns... Read more →


The MaxPreps Career Profile is unveiled - MaxPreps

MaxPreps.com is proud to announce its latest innovation, one that will take every piece of an athlete's high school career and put it in one place: The career profile. Find all photos in one location. Now athletes will have one page where all of their stats, photos, videos and other information from all years and sports will live. And all that information will be included with a new, visually captivating page layout. "MaxPreps stands for celebrating the high school sports experience for coaches, parents and student-athletes. With the release of our new career pages, we can do a much better job illuminating and celebrating the accomplishments of student-athletes throughout their high school experience," said MaxPreps Founder and President Andy Beal. This revolutionary setup replaces a... Read more →


Local students achieve Dean's List at TCNJ

EWING, NJ (07/05/2013)(readMedia)-- Local students have earned the esteemed honor of placement on the Dean's List at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) for the spring 2013 semester: Erica Lo, a Freshman Open Opt Arts & Communication major and a resident of Wall Thomas Briant, a Senior Political Science major and a resident of Wall Christina Bogdanski, a Senior Political Science major and a resident of Wall Bianca Venice, a Junior Elementary Education major and a resident of Wall Katherine King, a Freshman Early Childhood major and a resident of Wall Marisa Priolo, a Freshman Health and Exercise Science major and a resident of Wall Patrick Myles, a Senior Nursing major and a resident of Wall Cassandra Hunt, a Senior Biology Secondary Education major and... Read more →


COLLEGE WORLD SERIES BRACKET SET

USA TODAY Sports Images USA TODAY Sports Images Ryan Eades and the LSU pitching staff have allowed just 10 hits in its past three games. Eclectic mix makes up CWS Also: Kansas women win T&F title; men’s ends in tie Amy Farnum, NCAA.com Last Updated - June 11, 2013 3:32 GMT It took a little longer than expected, but we have a complete College World Series bracket following North Carolina’s defeat of South Carolina on Tuesday. The Tar Heels secured the final spot in Omaha with a 5-4 win against the Gamecocks after weather delayed Monday’s finale. A blend of new and familiar faces earned berths in the 2013 eight-team bracket. Indiana is making its first appearance, while NC State and Louisville will be going... Read more →


Linfield captures its first NCAA Division III championship

Linfield Athletics Last Updated - May 29, 2013 12:28 GMT APPLETON, Wis. — Chris Haddeland threw a complete game and top-seeded Linfield scored four runs in the fourth inning en route to a 4-1 victory against Southern Maine in the title game of the Division III championship series Tuesday at Fox Cities Stadium. Linfield captured its first NCAA championship — adding to NAIA titles in 1966 and 1971. Haddeland allowed one run on eight hits with three walks and five strikeouts en route to his school-record 15th pitching victory of the season. A perfectly executed squeeze bunt from Kyle Chamberlain highlighted a four-run fourth inning that proved to be the deciding play in the final game of the tournament. Linfield improved to 42-8 for the... Read more →


Regional fields announced as countdown begins to College World Series

NCAA.com/ May 27, 2013 INDIANAPOLIS — The field of 64 teams competing for the 2013 NCAA Division I Baseball Championship was announced Monday by the DI baseball committee. The national top eight seeds are North Carolina (52-8), Vanderbilt (51-9), Oregon State (45-10), LSU (52-9), Cal State Fullerton (48-8), Virginia (47-10), Florida State (44-15) and Oregon (45-14). The Southeastern Conference led all conferences in the number of teams in the championship field with nine, while the Atlantic Coast Conference has eight. The Pac-12 and Sun Belt conferences have four. Making the tournament for the first time include: Bryant of the Northeast Conference, Canisius of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, Central Arkansas of the Southland Conference, Savannah State of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference and South Dakota State... Read more →


Roemer places 17th in high jump at NCAAs

PRESS RELEASE MAY 25 LaCrosse, WI … Junior Brigit Roemer (Ewing, NJ/Ewing), a student-athlete for The College of New Jersey women’s track and field program, placed 17th overall in the high jump event at the 2013 NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships held in LaCrosse, Wisconsin. Roemer posted a height of 1.60 meters (5’-3”), placing just one spot outside of All-American honors. The top eight finishers are named All-American, while nine through 16 receive All-American Honorable Mention citations. Elizabeth Evans, a senior from Rose Hulman Institute of Technology, claimed the national title by clearing 1.79 meters (5’-10.5”). After passing on 1.55 meters, Roemer cleared 1.60 in her first attempt. She took three approaches at 1.64 meters, but was unable to leave the bar... Read more →


D’Aiutolo, Gallagher post top 15 finishes at NCAAs

May 25, 2013 LaCrosse, WI … A pair of senior track and field stars from The College of New Jersey registered top 15 finishes at the 2013 NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships held at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Senior Steven D’Aiutolo (Cinnaminson, NJ/Cinnaminson) placed ninth overall in the triple jump event with a leap of 14.67 meters (48’-1.75”). Classmate Andy Gallagher (New Foundland, NJ/Milford) finished 13th nationally in the 3,000-meter steeplechase. He completed the event in 9:30.37. D’Aiutolo finished just one spot outside of All-American honors. In six jump attempts, he posted his top distance on his second try. Senior Marcus Smith of Wisconsin-Whitewater won the event with a distance of 15.65 meters (51’-04.25”). The eighth and final All-American spot went... Read more →


TCNJ’s Murphy, Kelly collect All-Region honors

LIKE US ON FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/ClearysNotebook FOLLOW US ON TWITTER https://twitter.com/CNBNEWSNET Ewing, NJ … Senior Michael Murphy (Staten Island, NY/Staten Island Tech) and Scott Kelly (West Windsor, NJ/West Windsor-North) were selected to the 2013 ABCA/Rawlings Mid-Atlantic All Region Teams. Murphy was selected to the All-Region Second Team, making the leap from the third team in 2012. Kelly received All-Region Third Team honors for the third consecutive year, dating back to his sophomore season in 2011. The Lions starting right fielder for the past four years, Murphy led the Lions with a .380 batting average this season, stroking 57 hits to go along with 30 runs batted in and 25 runs scored. He belted a team-high three home runs and 12 doubles and also swiped 11 bases.... Read more →


Gallagher, D’Aiutolo, Roemer headed to NCAAs

May 19, 2013 Ewing, NJ … Phil Jennings, head coach of the men’s and women’s outdoor track and field programs at The College of New Jersey, received word from the NCAA that three of his student-athletes qualified to compete at the 2013 Outdoor Track and Field Championships held later this week at the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse. Seniors Andy Gallagher (New Foundland, NJ/Milford), Steven D’Aiutolo (Cinnaminson, NJ/Cinnaminson) and junior Brigit Roemer (Ewing, NJ/Ewing) made the field of 24 in their respective events to earn an invitation to the national tournament. Gallagher will compete in the 3,000-meter steeplechase, while D’Aiutolo will participate in the triple jump. Roemer qualified to compete in the high jump. Gallagher, the 2013 New Jersey Athletic Conference Most Outstanding Track Athlete and 2012... Read more →


NCAA championship hopes alive for TCNJ athletes

May 17 Springfield, Ma … With the 2013 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships a week away, several athletes from The College of New Jersey are still looking to punch their ticket for a qualify for the national event. Senior Steven D’Aiutolo (Cinnaminson, NJ/Cinnaminson), junior Scott Lisa (Highland Park, NJ/Vernon), and junior Juan Giglio (Ridgefield Park, NJ/Ridgefield Park) competed in the ECAC Championships this past Thursday and Friday hosted by Springfield College. Official qualifiers for national championships will be announced on Sunday evening. The meet will be held at the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse located in LaCrosse, Wisconsin. D’Aiutolo posted his best jump of the season with an official distance of 14.47 meters in the triple jump. His longest jump of the day was actually 14.86... Read more →


TCNJ's Murphy, Kelly earn All-State honors | cnbnews.net

press release May 16 Ewing, NJ … Senior Michael Murphy (Staten Island, NY/Staten Island Tech), an outfield for The College of New Jersey Baseball team, was named to the New Jersey Collegiate Baseball Association (NJCBA) Division II/III First Team for the third consecutive year. Classmate Scott Kelly (West Windsor, NJ/West Windsor-North) was named to the NJCBA Third Team for the second straight year after being a first team honoree in 2011. The teams are voted on by the 2013 organization’s 17 college division member coaches. Murphy led the Lions with a .380 batting average this season, stroking 57 hits to go along with 30 runs batted in and 25 runs scored. He belted a team-high three home runs and 12 doubles and also swiped 11... Read more →


FOUR TCNJ SOFTBALL PLAYERS NAMED ALL-REGION

Ewing, NJ... Four players from The College of New Jersey softball team were recognized among the best in the area as they earned National Fastpitch Coaches Association Division III All-East honors. Senior Liz Huttner (Princeton Junction, NJ/West Windsor-Plainsboro South) was named All-East Region Second Team, while senior Kelly Hommen (Ridgewood, NJ/Ridgewood), senior Ashley Sogluizzo (Middletown, NJ/Middletown South), and freshman Ashtin Helmer (Succasunna, NJ/Roxbury) all were named to the third team. Huttner topped the team in at bats (136), hits (50), runs (32), walks (20), total bases (65), and on-base percentage (.450), while ranking second in batting average (.368), doubles (13), and stolen bases (22). The centerfield was also a defensive standout with a .977 fielding percentage and six outfield assists. This was the third straight... Read more →


ST. JOHN FISHER OUTLASTS TCNJ IN 13 INNINGS /cnbnews

May 10 , 2013 Ithaca, NY... The College of New Jersey softball team saw its season come to a close as top-seeded St. John Fisher College outlasted the Lions 6-3 in 13 innings in the NCAA Division III Softball Tournament on Friday in the Ithaca, NY Regional. All of the scoring took place early in the game with TCNJ scoring three in the first and the Cardinals countering with two runs in the second and another in the third. The teams then went nine scoreless innings before Fisher (33-13) got a three-run home run Sarah Fordyce in the top of the 13th to pull out the win. The tournament participation marked the 22nd NCAA appearance for the Lions in their program history and third trip... Read more →


Body of TCNJ student Paige Aiello was recovered from Hudson River, authorities confirm

Alex Zdan/The Times May 9, 2013 1:08:30 PM EDT HILLSBOROUGH -- The female body recovered from the Hudson River near the George Washington Bridge on Wednesday was College of New Jersey senior and tennis captain Paige Aiello, Aiello's sister Erin confirmed today. Aiello, 22, had been missing since April 9 when she left her family's Hillsborough home. Her purse was found that night on the upper level of the George Washington Bridge and a month-long search ensued. Her body was discovered Wednesday afternoon near the 158th Street shoreline of Manhattan, about one mile south of the bridge. The body was confirmed to be Aiello's this morning. Erin Aiello said Hillsborough police notified the family at their home today, leaving around 1 p.m. Aiello would have... Read more →


TCNJ football shares learning experience with SONJ athletes

TCNJ Lions (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Ewing, NJ … The College of New Jersey football program continued to enjoy its relationship with the Special Olympics New Jersey as they hosted a clinic and flag football game at their facility at TD Sports Field in Lawrenceville. It marks the third straight year that the Lions’ football team and staff took the short ride to the SONJ campus to spend an action-filled evening with a large group of excited and impressionable athletes. Led by head coach Eric Hamilton, the players and coaches held an interactive drill session that concentrated both the offensive and defensive sides of the game. TCNJ ran the workouts with the same organization and intensity as they do at their home practices in Lions’ Stadium.... Read more →


Lions capture 16th straight NJAC title women finish runner-up

New Jersey Athletic Conference logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia) MAY 5, 2013 Glassboro, NJ … The College of New Jersey men’s outdoor track and field program captured its 16th consecutive New Jersey Athletic Conference championship in a tightly contested meet held at Rowan University. It was a race to the finish as every point counted for the Lions in the two-day event. They topped the field with 197 team points followed by Rowan University with 182.50 and third-place finisher Ramapo College at 175.50. TCNJ continued it era of dominance amongst the NJAC programs as they have hoisted the championship trophy each year since 1998. Junior Scott Lisa (Highland Lakes, NJ/Vernon) was a major contributor to the Lions’ success winning both the high jump and long jump... Read more →


CNBNEWS College Baseball/Softball Roundup for Friday & Saturday

ROWAN BASEBALL EDGES KEAN UNIVERSITY May 4, 2013 UNION, NJ – The Rowan University baseball team edged Kean University, 4-3 in the third round of the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Championship Tournament on Saturday. The Profs (31-12), seeded third, advances to the championship game on Sunday, May 5 at noon. The top seed Kean University (32-9) drops to the losers bracket and plays the winner of the fifth seed Ramapo College and the second seed William Paterson University at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday. The double elimination tournament at Kean University continues on Saturday-Sunday, May 4-5. The NJAC champion receives an automatic bid to the NCAA Division III Championship Tournament. Ticket prices for all rounds are $5 for adults and $2 for students with ID,... Read more →


Lions’ season comes to a close with 10-6 loss at Ramapo

PRESS MAY 2 Mahwah, NJ … The College of New Jersey baseball team saw its season come to a close as they were eliminated in the New Jersey Athletic Conference championship tournament with a 10-6 loss at Ramapo College. The Lions (17-22) battled back from an early, six-run deficit, but the Roadrunners (26-13-1) combined 15 hits with six TCNJ errors to plate ten runs and advance to the next round of the conference tourney. Sophomore Anthony Cocuzza (Absecon, NJ/St. Augustine Prep) led the Lions’ 12-hit attack with three singles and three runs batted in. Senior Rob Vafiadou (Old Bridge, NJ/Old Bridge) also stroked a pair of hits in the final game of his collegiate career. The error bug infiltrated TCNJ’s defense early on as they... Read more →


TCNJ drops tourney opener to Kean 8-3

April 30,2013 Union, NJ … The College of New Jersey fell to top-seeded Kean University 7-2 in its New Jersey Athletic Conference opening game on Tuesday afternoon in Union, NJ. The Lions (17-21) will now visit fifth-seeded Ramapo College and look to stave off elimination and reach the Saturday round of games that will be hosted at Kean. The Roadrunners dropped a 6-1 decision to William Paterson University. The Cougars (31-8) used a three-run fifth inning stretch out a 3-2 lead and advance in the winner’s bracket. Kean will face off against Richard Stockton College on Thursday at home. Senior Kevin Hergett (7-2) struck out 10 in the game to register his seventh mound victory of the season. Sophomore Anthony Cocuzza (Absecon, NJ/St. Augustine Prep)... Read more →


TCNJ SOFTBALL BLANKS RICHARD STOCKTON IN NJAC TOURNEY

April 30,2013 Ewing, NJ... Clutching hitting and a two-hit performance from its pitcher keyed The College of New Jersey softball team to a win in the opening round of the New Jersey Athletic Conference Tournament as the Lions blanked visiting Richard Stockton College 3-0 on Tuesday. Third-seeded TCNJ (26-11) continues in the winner’s bracket of the tournament and will face second-seeded Montclair State University (38-3) at 3 p.m. on Friday, May 3. The weekend portion of the tournament is being hosted by top-seeded Rowan University. With the loss, fourth-seeded Richard Stockton (30-10) will take on Rowan at 1 p.m. on Friday in an elimination game. Freshman pitcher Ashtin Helmer (Succasunna, NJ/Roxbury) was dialed in all game for the Lions allowing just two hits with seven... Read more →


College Baseball/Softball Game Results for April 26 and April 27

TCNJ drops pair; qualifies for NJAC post-season April 27, 2013 Galloway, NJ … The College of New Jersey baseball team dropped a pair of 4-3 decisions to Richard Stockton College in New Jersey Athletic Conference play on Saturday afternoon. Despite the two losses, the Lions (17-20, 8-10 NJAC) finished sixth in the conference standings and qualified for the NJAC post-season tournament. They will open up at top-seeded Kean University on Tuesday in Union, NJ. The Ospreys (23-16, 11-7 NJAC) finished fourth in the conference and squared off at either Rowan University or William Paterson University. Ramapo College defeated Rutgers University-Camden 12-0 in the second game of their doubleheader after the Scarlet Raptors won the opener 5-3. The Lions received the sixth and final playoff spot... Read more →


College Baseball: TCNJ edged by Rowan 4-2 in tight NJAC battle

Rowan University (Photo credit: Wikipedia) TCNJ edged by Rowan 4-2 in tight NJAC battle Glassboro, NJ … The College of New Jersey dropped a 4-2 decision to Rowan University in New Jersey Athletic Conference play on Thursday afternoon. The Profs (26-11, 10-5 NJAC) scored in the sixth, seventh, and eighth innings to overcome a 2-0 deficit and maintain a hold on second place in the conference standings. The Lions (17-17, 8-7) remained tied with Richard Stockton College as they fell to Kean University 9-2. The pitching combination of Ryan Easterday and Steven Melchiorre limited TCNJ to six hits, but Rowan only managed four hits in the game off Lions’ starter Robert Schneider (Township of Washington, NJ/Westwood) and reliever Joseph DiLorenzo (West Orange, NJ/Seton Hall Prep).... Read more →


College Baseball/Softball Scores for TCNJ

#20 TCNJ SOFTBALL SWEEPS RUTGERS-NEWARK Ewing, NJ... The College of New Jersey softball celebrated senior day in style as they swept a New Jersey Athletic Conference doubleheader from Rutgers-Newark on Tuesday afternoon at Dr. June Walker Field. The 8-0 and 12-7 victories pushed the 20th-ranked Lions record 11-5 in the conference and 24-10 overall. Rutgers-Newark dropped to 8-24 overall and 2-14 in the NJAC. Game 1 TCNJ 8, Rutgers-Newark 0 (5 innings) TCNJ’s seniors gave the team the lead in the bottom as Huttner led off with a single and then scored on a sacrifice fly to left field by Casale. The Lions exploded for six runs in the second as 11 players came to the plate. Freshman Christine Desiderio (Babylon, NY/Babylon) got things going... Read more →


College Softball/Baseball Results for Sunday

Hodgson Hits Grand Slam, Records 5 RBIs in Loss to Dayton April 21, 2013 Box Score 1 | Box Score 2 Game 1 Box (pdf) Game 2 Box (pdf) PHILADELPHIA – The La Salle softball team lost both games in today's conference doubleheader against the Dayton Fliers, 9-6 and 7-1, respectively. The Explorers scored six runs on just four hits in game one, largely due to a grand slam in the fourth from junior Megan Hodgson, who recorded five RBIs in the game. The inning started with a walk by sophomore Kristin Travers followed by two quick outs. Sophomore Alyssa Bitsimis provided a double to left center which setup another walk, this time from freshman Kendra Heyer. A third walk in the inning from senior... Read more →


College Softball/Baseball Report for Saturday's Games

All games played on April 20, 2013 No. 7 Virginia Baseball Sweeps Doubleheader Against No. 5 Florida State CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The seventh-ranked Virginia baseball team swept a doubleheader against fifth-ranked Florida State Saturday at Davenport Field, running away with a 9-2 victory in game one before one-hitting the Seminoles, 2-0, in the nightcap. Virginia (34-6, 15-5 ACC) swept a doubleheader for the first time in program history against Florida State (31-8, 13-7) while clinching its sixth ACC series win in seven tries this year. Virginia’s pitching stole the spotlight Saturday, giving up just seven hits in the two wins. The Cavaliers limited Florida State to one hit in the second game and fired the first one-hitter against the Seminoles since Miami did so on... Read more →


College Baseball/Softball Report for Friday

Satanoff's pitching, Sirolli's bat lift Raptors GALLOWAY, N.J. (April 19, 2013) – Senior righthander Adam Satanoff (Pitman, NJ/Pitman) hurled a three-hitter and senior leftfielder Joe Sirolli (Cinnaminson, NJ/Cinnaminson) singled home the eventual winning run in the fifth inning to lead the Rutgers University-Camden baseball team over Richard Stockton College, 2-1, in a New Jersey Athletic Conference game here Friday. Rutgers-Camden improves to 18-15 overall and 5-7 in the NJAC with its first victory over the Ospreys since capturing a 7-3 win in Camden on April 10, 2009. The Raptors’ victory snapped a losing streak of seven straight games against Stockton, which included a 7-6 defeat in Camden Thursday. Richard Stockton College falls to 18-14 overall and 6-6 in the NJAC. Friday’s game was a classic... Read more →


College Baseball/Softball Report for April 16

TCNJ edged by Nittany Lions Ewing, NJ … Seven different pitchers limited The College of New Jersey offense to four hits as Penn State-Abington defeated the Lions 2-1 on Tuesday afternoon in George Ackerman Park. TCNJ (13-15) struggled to score runs for the third straight game as the legion of Nittany Lion hurlers were effective as they kept the Lion hitters in check throughout the contest. Charlie Huber registered the win, while Kevin Faber garnered his fourth save of the season. It was the ninth straight win for Penn State. The Nittany Lions (17-15) pushed a pair of unearned runs across home plate in the third. Dustin Kology grounded a single to left and swiped second and third base. Mark McCouch walked and stole second... Read more →


Rutgers-Camden scores early, often as Scarlett earns first collegiate win

CAMDEN, N.J. (April 15, 2013) – The Rutgers University-Camden baseball team scored four runs in the first inning and freshman southpaw Chris Scarlett (Galloway, NJ/Holy Spirit) earned his first collegiate victory as the Scarlet Raptors defeated Rowan University, 9-3, in a New Jersey Athletic Conference game Monday at Campbell’s Field. The Scarlet Raptors improved to 17-13 overall and 4-6 in the NJAC, while Rowan fell to 18-10 and 5-5. Rutgers-Camden, which lost by the same score at Rowan last Thursday, turned the tables on Monday. The action started quickly as the Scarlet Raptors had a walk, four hits and a sacrifice fly in their first six batters against Profs senior starter Kyle Brown (Southampton, NJ/Seneca). Senior centerfielder Albert Rivera (Matawan, NJ/Matawan Regional) opened the bottom... Read more →


College of New Jersey Student Page Aiello Missing

Page Aiello, of Hillsbourgh, Somerset County, NJ is a senior communications major at The College of New Jersey in Ewing and captain of the tennis team. Her purse, cellphone and car keys were found along the south walkway of the George Washington Bridge by a passerby on Tuesday at 8pm. Her parents reported her missing after the passerby called them Tuesday, April 9. Authorities recovered her car in a parking garage in New Brunswick near the train station. New York harbor police have searched the waters of the Hudson River but did not find anything. Aiello was last seen at her parent's home at around 1pm on Tuesday. She is set to graduate in May and has been accepted into multiple law schools. If you... Read more →


College Baseball Sunday: TCNJ/ Ramapo Split, Ducks Win Big, Cavaliers Fall, Concordia over Wilmington, Satanoff helps Raptors

TCNJ splits doubleheader with #14 Ramapo Ewing, NJ … The College of New Jersey split a doubleheader with 14th-ranked Ramapo College in New Jersey Athletic Conference action on Sunday afternoon in George Ackerman Park. The Lions (13-13, 5-4 NJAC) received a solid pitching performance from junior Brendan Kelly (Butler, NJ/Butler) as he tossed eight innings to lead TCNJ to a 6-4 victory in the opener. The Roadrunners (18-5-1, 5-3-1 NJAC) answered back with a 7-2 win in the nightcap as senior Frank Baldini and Dan LaRocca limited the Lion offense to six hits. Game 1: TCNJ 6 Ramapo 4 Kelly scattered nine hits and struck out six to garner his fifth win of the season in the first game. He battled for eight innings before... Read more →


COLLEGE TRACK AND FIELD ROUNDUP FOR SATURDAY EVENTS

Women's Track And Field Wraps Up Saturday At George Mason & Rider George Mason Invitational Results Rider Invitational Results PHILADELPHIA – The La Salle women's track and field team placed fifth (11-team field) at the Rider Invitational on Saturday while others competed at the George Mason Invitational. George Mason Invitational Meghan McGlinchey placed 10th (60-runner field) in the 1500m run on Saturday, crossing the finish line at 4:31.45, besting her previous PR by over five seconds. Elizabeth Walkercame in 18th place in the event with a time of 4:35.81. Taylor Hackett just missed finish in the field's top half with a 31st place finish (4:46.71). Wendy Hutchinson was the first Explorer to cross the finish line in the 800m run, placing 18th with a 2:12.23.... Read more →


College Baseball/Softball Report: Montclair Wins Double Header, Virginia Downs Georgia Tech

1 MONTCLAIR ST. EDGES #24 TCNJ TWICE IN EXTRA INNINGS Montclair, NJ... The College of New Jersey softball team challenged top-ranked Montclair State University in both ends of a doubleheader, but the host Red Hawks came away with a pair of extra-inning wins on Saturday. Montclair State won both games by identical 2-1 scores, with the first game going nine innings and the second eight. The two wins kept the Red Hawks undefeated at 10-0 in the New Jersey Athletic Conference and 26-0 overall. The 24th-ranked Lions lost in conference play for the first time, falling to 8-2 in league play and 21-7 overall. The Lions return home to face another ranked opponent on Tuesday, April 16 as 11th-ranked Rowan University visits Dr. June Walker... Read more →


TCNJ SOFTBALL SWEEPS Rutgers-Camden

HELMER TOSSES NO-HITTER Ewing, NJ... Pitcher Ashtin Helmer (Succasunna, NJ/Roxbury) tossed the second no-hitter of her young career as The College of New Jersey softball team remained undefeated in New Jersey Athletic Conference play by sweeping Rutgers University-Camden on Tuesday afternoon at Dr. June Walker Field. Helmer notched both wins, opening with an 8-0 triump, allowing no hits in five innings. She finished with four strikeouts and allowed only one runner to reach second base for her 12th straight victory. With the five scoreless innings, Helmer’s earned-run-average dipped below one to 0.96. In the second game of the doubleheader, the Lions came from behind to win 9-2 in seven innings. After going behind early, TCNJ rallied in the bottom of the 4th inning when 5... Read more →


College Baseball Tuesday's Report | cnbnews.net

SJU BASEBALL POUNDS DELAWARE STATE, 8-1 Forgey, Hueth Post Two Hits Apiece DOVER, Del. – The Saint Joseph’s baseball team got back to .500 on the season, cruising past Delaware State, 8-1, at Soldier Field on Tuesday. Collin Forgey and Chris Hueth had two hits each, while Hueth and Brian O’Keefe each drove in a pair. Saint Joseph’s (16-16) never trailed, going ahead 1-0 in the top half of the first as Forgey led off the game with a single and came in to score on a two-out single by O’Keefe. The hit extended O’Keefe’s hitting streak to nine games. Delaware State (20-10) equalized in the bottom of the third, scoring on a single and an error with two outs. The Hawks took the lead... Read more →


Super Bowl Lanes in Canton, MI - April 11-13

by Raymond Rolak special to CNBNEWS The University of Detroit-Mercy along with the Detroit Sports Commission will host the 2013 NCAA Women’s Bowling Championships April 11-13, at Super Bowl Lanes in Canton, Michigan. Featured will be the top eight teams from NCAA institutions that sponsor bowling as a varsity sport. It will be the second time in three years that Detroit has hosted the NCAA Women’s Bowling Championships. “The Detroit Sports Commission is pleased to again host the National Collegiate Women’s Bowling Championship,” said Dave Beachnau, DSC executive director. He added, “Our strong relationship with the NCAA, along with the tremendous support of the University of Detroit-Mercy and Detroit’s history as bowling capital of the world lends to the success for this event.” The eight-team... Read more →


Saturday Night's College Baseball/Softball Report

Hill, top-ranked MSU shut down Raptors MONTCLAIR, N.J. (April 6, 2013) – Montclair State University junior Alex Hill (Parsippany, NJ/Parsippany Hills) tossed a three-hit shutout in the opening game and picked up the win in relief with 3-2/3 innings of one-hit shutout ball as the nation’s top-ranked team swept a New Jersey Athletic Conference doubleheader from Rutgers University-Camden, 8-0 and 2-0, here Saturday afternoon. The first game was stopped in the fifth inning by the eight-run mercy rule. The Red Hawks improve to 20-0 overall and 6-0 in the NJAC. The Scarlet Raptors fall to 16-7 and 2-4. Rutgers-Camden returns to NJAC action Tuesday with a 3 p.m. doubleheader at The College of New Jersey. Game 1 Montclair State 8, Rutgers-Camden 0 (5 innings) Hill,... Read more →


College Baseball: LaSalle over Temple, Holy Family Remains Hot beat Goldey-Beacon, Graber Shuts Out Rutgers-Newark | cnbnews.net

La Salle 4, Temple 3 APRIL 5, 2013 AMBLER, Pa. – Sophomore Kevin Baron stroked a single down the left field line to drive in the go-ahead run in the top of the ninth and senior Pat Christensen stunted the Owl’s comeback effort in a 4-3 Explorer win on Friday afternoon at Skip Wilson Field. Christensen improved his season record to 4-1 in his three inning effort (1 R, 1 BB, 4 K) in relief. With the victory, La Salle improves to 10-16 (5-2 A-10) while Temple slips to 10-15, 2-5 A-10). The Owls outhit the visitors 12-10 and both clubs registered one fielding error on the afternoon. The Explorers jumped on the board in the top of the first for the second straight game... Read more →


Schneider delivers as TCNJ downs Rutgers Newark 3-1

April 4, 2013 Newark, NJ … Senior Robert Schneider (Township of Washington, NJ/Washington) surrendered one run over eight and one-third innings as The College of New Jersey defeated Rutgers-Newark 3-1 to remain unbeaten in New Jersey Athletic Conference play. Schneider scattered eight hits, walked one, and struck out four to earn his first win of the season. Freshman William Worswick (Mountainside, NJ/Governor Livingston) came in to secure the final two outs and nail down his second save of the season. The Lions (10-9, 3-0 NJAC) climbed above .500 for the first time this season and copped their third straight NJAC victory in as many contests. The Scarlet Raiders dropped to 6-15 overall and 1-2 in the conference standings. Sophomore Michael Murray (Stewartsville, NJ/Phillipsburg) and junior... Read more →


Young Lions show bite in 12-4 win at Widener

April 2,2013 Chester, Pa … Freshman Evan Edelman (Hillsborough, NJ/Hillsborough) and a trio of rookie batsmen led The College of New Jersey baseball team to a 12-4 victory over Widener University in Chester, Pa. Edelman (1-0) pitched eight innings, scattered seven hits, and struck out four to capture his first collegiate decision. Freshman Pat Roberts (Hillsborough, NJ/Hillsborough) belted his first career home run and rookies Mark Mari (Bayonne, NJ/Seton Hall Prep) and Garen Turner (Hainesport, NJ/Rancocas Valley) each contributed three hits to the help the Lions (9-9) to their third straight triumph. The Lions jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the second when junior Justin Ely (Bordentown, NJ/Bordentown) stroked an RBI-double to score sophomore Anthony Cocuzza (Absecon, NJ/St. Augustine Prep). Mari delivered a two-out... Read more →


TCNJ opens conference play with doubleheader sweep

March 30, 2013 Ewing, NJ … The College of New Jersey baseball team kick-started its New Jersey Athletic Conference schedule as they swept a doubleheader from New Jersey City University on Saturday afternoon in George Ackerman Park. The Lions (8-9, 2-0 NJAC) used their bats in the opener to claim a 15-5 victory and relied on pitching and defense to capture the nightcap 3-1. The Gothic Knights (9-8, 0-2 NJAC) held leads in the opening game and loaded the bases in the ninth of game two, but suffered a pair of setbacks on opening weekend of conference play. Game 1: TCNJ 15 NJCU 5 TCNJ rapped out a season-high 18 hits en route to a 15-5 victory in the opener. Senior Michael Murphy (Staten Island,... Read more →