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Outta’ Right Field: Phillies early season struggles have familiar problem

Relief pitching will truly be the make or break aspect of the Phillies’ season. Make the pitches necessary and get out of the jams they are presented, and the Phillies can probably perform on a level that may be good enough for the Postseason.

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Men’s tennis swept by Philly U

The men’s tennis team fell to 3-11 on the season after being swept by Division II Philadelphia University, 9-0, on Tuesday, April 16.

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Cavs tie for 7th place at Ursinus

The Cavaliers’ most recent trip to the links ended with a solid performance. The men’s golf team finished in a tie for seventh place out of 10 teams in Ursinus Invitational on Tuesday, April 16.

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Tracking LAX: Lady Cavs unstoppable down stretch

The Lady Cavs opened their season with five non-conference opponents. They lost all five games. Since then, they are undefeated – 8-0 overall, 7-0 in conference play. Simply put, the Lady Cavs cannot be stopped right now. The Lady Cavs aren’t just defeating teams by small margins. They are dominating. The closest margin of victory […]

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Pasqueriello scores 7 in Lady Cavs’ rout of Neumann

The Lady Cavs routed Neumann Unviversity on Tuesday, April 9, handing the Lady Knights their first conference loss of the season, 20-9.

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Bass posts round low in Cabrini Classic

Cabrini placed third and fourth in the Cabrini Classic with junior Rob Bass claiming the individual title, posting a round low of two-over 73.

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Lady Cavs make statement with latest win

Conference play is everything to the Lady Cavs and it is usual how they’re judged. Their most recent win should really serve as marker for where they are this season.

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Outta’ Right Field: Playoffs? Flyers still alive in race

The third-period energy from the Flyers on Sunday was a telling sign. Was Kimmo Timonen’s goal with 9.5 seconds left in regulation the goal that saved the season? Did Flyers fans suddenly believe in this team and everything that they have been saying to talk the talk?

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Lady Cavs finish strong in win

Their most recent victory, the third straight for the Lady Cavs, featured a strong second half resulting in a 17-9 victory over Alvernia University on Wednesday, March 27.

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Hoop Scoop: Cavs bested at their own game by Amherst

Amherst possessed a bigger team. They were the first team in the tournament that matched the Cavs’ scoring depth. They forced the Cavaliers to make poor decisions and beat them on the boards.

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End of the Road: Cavs’ season ends in defeat against Amherst

The Cavaliers and their program on the rise managed to compete with another ranked opponent for a solid 30 minutes before finally falling victim to the difficult road to the championship, dropping their Elite 8 game against No. 2 Amherst College by a score of 101-82 on Friday, March 22, at the Salem Civic Center in Salem, Va.

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Elite 8 Preview: Cavs face historic program in Amherst

The Cavaliers have played one game at a time so far and this will be their toughest foe – facing the No. 2 team in the nation. And if they can win another hard-fought game against a top team in the nation, another would wait the following night in the national semi-final.

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Outta’ Right Field: Too much hoopla over Halladay

There are two things that should be remembered when thinking about the Phillies’ big three pitchers this season. One, they are all entitled to a bad start every now and then. Two, they are only human. Roy Halladay has been held under a microscope this spring. All attention when it comes to pitching is on […]

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Tracking LAX: Cavs proving they can hang with the ranks

With no CSAC opponents faced this season, the team looks good early against top-ranked teams. Every game that has been played so far has been close.

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Sports need to crack down on drug use

The steroid era in baseball started an epidemic for drugs in sports. But perhaps new test policies in all sports are helping to get back to the basics and what sports are really all about.

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Hoop Scoop: The little team that could

This little team that could is making noise and chugging along. One year after the campus was rocking with March Madness, the Cavs return to the late rounds of the NCAA Division III Tournament, in position to make history once again.

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How Sweet It Is: Cavs return to Salem, Elite 8 with win over Wooster

The Cavaliers will return to Salem and advanced to the Elite 8 for the second straight season with a 70-63 win over No. 20 The College of Wooster on Saturday, March 16, at the Timken Gymnasium in Wooster, Oh.

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Tracking LAX: Lady Cavs tough schedule helps future

Their first game against Haverford didn’t go as planned, a 17-6 loss. But the Lady Cavs also usually play their toughest games first.

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Hoop Scoop: Lady Cavs battled in defeat

The motivation from this year and the near-upset should motivate the Lady Cavs, making for a bright future for Cabrini women’s basketball.

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Outta’ Right Field: Brown showing he’s ready for starting job

This isn’t the regular season but Brown looks like a man on a mission, a player with a goal. He knows at least one, if not two starting jobs are up for grabs this spring. It is apparent based on his torrid start that he wants one of those spots.

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Cavs lax rebounds with win over Swarthmore

The Cavaliers fell into an early hole but recovered to net their second win of the season, a 15-7 victory on Saturday, March 9.

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Hoop Scoop: Cavs embracing underdog role

The Cavaliers are back in the Sweet 16 for the third straight season, marking the most successful period in program history. Only this time, the Cavaliers are doing all of the work in enemy territory.

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Road Warriors: Cavs advance to Sweet 16 with second-half surge

The Cavs added to an already impressive resume by reaching their third straight Sweet 16 with an 84-81 win over Ohio Wesleyan University on Saturday, March 9 in the second-round of the NCAA Division III Tournament.

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Hoop Scoop: Cavs’ drive is what keeps them alive

It is about drive – a will to win that you cannot learn – and grit. That is the mentality that put the Cavs on the doorstep of a national championship last season. That “chip on out shoulder” – as Kahn called it – is what powered them to an upset win.

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Cavs advance to second round with upset of Hampden-Sydney

Greg Lewis teed up a three from the corner with under five seconds left. But the shot rattled off the iron and floated into the waiting hands of DeLeon Floyd, finishing off an 80-78 win for the Cavaliers over No. 16 Hampden-Sydney College in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

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Lady Cavs season ends with loss to No. 10 Catholic

The Lady Cavs played an admirable game on Friday, March 1, keeping the margin within four points for 35 minutes before eventually falling to the 10th-ranked Lady Cardinals by a score of 52-44 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

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