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Magnani excels as student and star athlete

James Magnani has performed beyond expectations as a freshman on the Men’s Lacrosse team. Magnani, the 6’0 freshman business administration major who plays attack on the field, is excited to be doing what he loves and has the history to prove it. “I have been playing lacrosse since I was in the 2nd grade,” Magnani […]

Murray hopes to be good fit for Eagles

Kevin’s Point of View The Philadelphia Eagles have shaken up the running back fold this offseason. The first move came when they traded the franchise’s all-time leading rusher LeSean McCoy to the Buffalo Bills for linebacker Kiko Alonso. Then came the reports that the Eagles had agreed to a contract with former chargers back Ryan […]

Jackie Neary: living up to Neary family name

Majority of student-athletes that come to Cabrini do not know that this is where they will be continuing there collegiate athletic careers until they are upperclassman in high school. This was not the case for freshman field hockey and lacrosse player Jackie Neary. “I always knew I was coming here. I didn’t want to go […]

Men’s golf looks to start season off on par

Last year the Cavaliers had a solid year as a team. There are nine golfers who are returning from last season’s roster. Last season was a great season for the guys. Winning the CSAC was great especially for their three seniors who showed tremendous leadership and commitment. The team reached new heights, witnessing their coach […]

Men’s Lax downed by No.2 RIT at Syracuse University

In a close nit affair the Cabrini men’s lacrosse team headed to the Carrier Dome, in Syracuse, to take on No. 2 Rochester Institute of Technology. The No. 5 ranked Cavaliers lost in the final minute of time to fall to 3-2 overall on the season, after a game where the team were only down […]


Sixers make bold moves at trade deadline

Kevin’s Point of View The Philadelphia 76ers were very active at the NBA trade deadline. The Sixers made some noise early by acquiring JavVale McGee and a first round pick in a three-team deal with the Washington Wizards and Oklahoma City Thunder. The big splash did not come till later in the day when the […]

Assistant coach Dana Wilber is in his first year here with the Cabrini Men’s Lacrosse team.

A players’ journey from the field to the sideline

There are many varying aspects that are working to prepare the men’s lacrosse team for the 2015 season. All teams need players and a head coach however the assistant coach is a critical part to a team’s success. Currently, the men’s Head Coach Steve Colfer has four assistance coaches and a strength and conditioning coach […]

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Jair Green and his team after their CSAC semi-final game.

Men’s basketball moves on to CSAC finals

The Cabrini Men’s basketball team hosted Gwynedd Mercy in the semifinals of the Colonial State Athletic Conference on Tuesday night. Four seed Gwynedd Mercy got to this point after hosting Rosemont in the first round and cruising to an 83-66 victory. Cabrini had a bye in the first round after earning the top seed and […]
Junior guard Kristina Startare averages 6.8 points, 2.5 assists and 5.0 rebounds per game.

Kristina Startare wears her jersey while double majoring

Kristina Startare is portrayed as a perfect example of a student athlete. The 5’7” forward on the women’s basketball team has played in 25 games with roughly 25 minutes per game and has also had about 171 points, prior to the CSACs. Although she’s busy on the court, the criminology and sociology double major doesn’t […]

Women’s Lax fall in Cali

Unfortunately, the women’s lacrosse team took a tough loss with a final score of 18-15 against the Colorado College Tigers at their season opener in Santa Barbra Ca. Although the lady cavaliers were unable to pull out a win, their offense was well balanced and several players made contributions. Senior midfielder, Lacie Doubet, led the […]

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Seniors Megan Decker (No. 31) Amber Keys (No.44) and Se’Quia Bailey (far right, team manager), were honored during the Lady Cavs senior night win over Gwynedd Mercy.

Women’s basketball celebrates senior night

The women’s basketball team, supporters and staff all came together to celebrate and enjoy senior night. This night was historic as the Cavaliers left the game undefeated in the conference, topping Gwynedd Mercy University 66-56. The victory closed out the Cavaliers’ regular season with a 23- 3 record and 16-0 in the Colonial States Athletic […]

Seniors Vinny Walls (far left) Aaron Walton-Moss (left) Howard Blake III (far right) and Jason Williams (team manager, not picutred), were honored during the Cavs senior night win over Gwynedd Mercy.

Men’s basketball seniors honored at senior night

The Cavaliers ended their regular season with a win over Gwynedd Mercy University. Senior night at Nerney Field House was everything perfect for the Men’s basketball team. With a seventh consecutive win, the Cavs end their season with a overall 16-9 record and 13-5 conference play. The senior night win placed Cabrini as the top […]

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Cabrini alumnus Brian Sugden now works as the assistant Sports Information Director for Cabrini athletics.

Sugden lends helping hand as new assistant S.I.D

Brian Sugden is the man behind the scenes. Sugden, assistant sports information director, covers the school’s games and athletic events for the athletic department’s website. Sugden works very closely with Dave Howell, the director of sports information, as his assistant. He attended Cabrini, studied communication, ran cross country and was involved in the school’s lacrosse […]

Senior  Amber Keys is averaging 17.1 points and 9.8 rebounds per game this season.

Women’s basketball escapes Lady Macs upset bid

The Cavs defeated Immaculata and remained unbeaten in the CSAC while notching their 15th consecutive win, topping Immaculata by one point 65-64. The Cavaliers improved to 21-3 on the season and a perfect 15-0 in the CSAC. The Cavs are in sole control of first place, therefore, they will play their tournament games at Nerney […]

Senior guards Vinny Walls and Aaron Walton-Moss combined for 34 points in the win over Cairn University.

Men’s basketball knocks down Cairn Highlanders

Men’s basketball extended their streak with a fifth win over Cairn University, placing a 101-54 victory. Saturday,  Feb. 14, men’s basketball made a stamp in the conference with a huge 47 point victory in Cairn University’s gym. Almost close to another triple double, senior guard Aaron Walton-Moss set a career high 18 rebounds and to […]

ATL Hawks guard Jeff Teague and GS guard Steph Curry.

NBA season headlines at the break

Kevin’s Point of View The NBA is having an unusual, crazy, record-breaking season. There have been many surprise teams and disappointing teams. What a first half of the season it has been. The Atlanta Hawks and the Golden State Warriors are first in their respectable conferences. To call the eastern conference respectable might be stretch […]

Philly Sports Box: Feb. 19, 2015

Now that we have entered the halfway point of the NBA regular season, we have seen teams shape themselves into contenders and individual players emerge into MVP candidates thus far. The Golden State Warriors have the NBA’s best record at 42-9 and possibly the NBA’s Most Valuable Player in Stephen Curry heading into the All-Star […]

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Dr. McGauley trains all year round for Ironman competitions.

Professor plays dual role as professor and triathlete

When she is not teaching Science and Society or in the lab, this professor is training for Ironman at Lake Placid. Dr. Cynthia McGauley is a chemistry professor in the Iadarola Center. Or at least this is how her students view her. Little do students know, McGauley is currently training for the July Ironman. This […]


Men’s basketball tops Keystone for 4th straight win

The Cabrini men’s basketball team entered their game on Saturday, Feb. 7, against Keystone College with a half- game lead in the Colonia States Athletic Conference standings. The team captured its first four game win streak of the season with a 104-92 win over the Giants. The win moved the team to 13-9 on the […]


Goines makes big splash for men’s swimming

Someone is making a huge splash here at Cabrini and he’s only a sophomore. Hassan David Goines Jr., exercise science, health promotion and health wellness major, has recently been named the AMCC (Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference) Swimmer of the week. According to Cabrini Athletics Goines was named on the Best of the Rest List by […]

Senior guard Aaron Walton-Moss now has five triple doubles on the year and the Cavaliers are now 11-9 (8-5 CSAC) on the season.

Men’s basketball blows out Centenary Cyclones

Five players scored in double figures for the Cabrini College men’s basketball team to win their second consecutive game. The Cavs hosted Centenary College on Saturday, Jan. 31 as they cruised to a blow-out victory in a key CSAC conference match up. It was an even match up through the midway point of the first […]

Sophmore guard Tayler Holmes celebrates win with her five year old son.

Holmes plays pivotal role between starter and family

Tayler Holmes, a sophomore psychology major, is a student-athlete who juggles her studies, social life and family obligations, all while excelling on the court. Holmes must find time to not only be a full-time student, friend and starter for the women’s basketball team but a mother as well. Holmes grew up in Mount Laurel, N.J., where […]

The women’s basketball team is now 17-3 (11-0 CSAC) on the season and is now ranked No. 25 in the nation.

Women’s basketball rolls over Cairn University

Cabrini women’s basketball continued their dominance in the Colonial State Athletic Conference on Tuesday as the cavaliers demolished Cairn University (2-14, 0-10 CSAC) on the road 102-32. The cavaliers have now improved to 12-0 in the CSAC and 18-3 overall. The team was led by Amber Keys, senior elementary and special education major who went […]