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Men’s Golf takes second in the CSAC championship

As men’s golf traveled to Huntingdon Valley, Pa. for a two day tournament at the Philmont Country Club. The Cavaliers fall short of first place in the CSAC championship to Marywood University. With the team scoring 329 in the first round of the championship, the Cavaliers were three strokes behind the day one winner, Marywood. […]

Peterson excels at being a three-sport athlete

Dana Peterson is one of the few three-sport athletes on campus and she wouldn’t have it any other way. “The best part about playing three sports it that the season never ends because when one sport ends, another is beginning,” Peterson, junior education and special education major, said. “I love being part of a team […]

Men’s Year in Review

Basketball  The Cabrini men’s basketball team didn’t finish the 2014-2015 season like they wanted to. The Blue and White were defeated by Neumann University in the CSAC finals at the Nerney Field House. Cabrini finished the season with a 13-5 CSAC record and 17-10 overall. The CSAC finals loss snapped a streak of five consecutive […]

The path of a two-sport athlete

Adding a sport to a college student’s schedule is not an easily done task, and adding two sports sounds like the work of someone who enjoys to be challenged throughout the year. This is true for sophomore criminology major, Taylor Mack, playing both field hockey and softball. While Mack loves both sports she has a […]

Roller hockey team captures second league title

The Cabrini roller hockey team came in to Sunday’s PCRHL Championship Series looking to bring the hardware back to Cabrini and came out victorious as the team defeated the Drexel Blue Dragons, two games to none. Game 1 ended in an 8-3 win, followed by another 8-3 win in Game 2, ending the series in […]


Men’s lacrosse advances to CSAC championship

On Saturday the Blue and White took to Edith Robb Dixon Field as the top seed and secured their spot in the CSAC Championship game with an 18-2 victory over Centenary College. The Centenary Cyclones came out strong, scoring a goal in the first 99 seconds of the game. That only served to ignite a […]

Women’s lacrosse stays undefeated in conference

Cabrini’s women’s lacrosse team has kept up to their high expectations and held steady with a tight grip to their 12th consecutive undefeated conference season. They ended the day with a 19-3 victory over the Marywood Pacers. That victory improved the Cavaliers to 11-5 overall and 9-0 in the Colonial States Athletic Conference. The Cavaliers […]

Ben Wallace was influential to the millennials.

Millennials inspired by professional athletes

Professional athletes’ jobs are paid according to their performance on the field, court or turf. A common question presented to youth is, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” However, was it known that the same children who were asked this would grow to be inspirational leaders in the eyes of millennials? […]

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Rewards vs. expense of club and travel level sports

Many young athletes are involved in travel or club level sports outside of their school-sponsored teams. These teams come with a hefty price tag. With such a big investment, a huge reward is expected. Parents are being asked to readily hand over big fees and other expenses to help their children get to that next […]

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Different social media sites are being used to recruit athletes

Recruiting student athletes through social media

Over the past couple of decades, the college athletic recruitment process has completely transformed. The process of this transformation could be credited to the new way of the world, which is social media. According to a New York Times article, coaches and recruits claimed that social media sites such as Facebook, account for 50 percent […]


Commentary: Men and women athletes struggle to be equal

From the beginning of time men and women have always been in comparison, no matter what the topic may be about. Over the years women have struggled to find their balance but now since the uprising of so many different female athletes dominating the field, it is hard for someone to say that the two […]

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Pop culture meshes with the NBA

It was not unlikely to see Allen Iverson draped in baggy clothes with a du-rag tied over his braids. The same way that it was not unlikely to hear the late Stuart Scott using his slang over the airwaves. Both were iconic symbols in pop culture. Both were iconic in sports. Both were only being […]

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Sports apps provide the latest scores and sports news updates for professional sports teams.

Sports apps affect the way we receive our sports news

Sports apps are becoming the new way to stay involved on all breaking news, scores and updates about your favorite teams. The best part is all of the most downloaded sports apps are free. ESPN SportsCenter app offers quite a sports experience, with a range of videos, news, scores, stats and standings. The application gives […]

MCT Tim Tebow signed with the Eagles on Monday, April 20, 2015

Tebow-mania is coming to Philly

Kevin’s Point of View Big news for the city of brotherly love. Tim Tebow is the most recent signing of the Philadelphia Eagles. Tebow signed a one-year deal on Monday afternoon. Tebow-mania is coming to Philly. Well, sort of, kind of, not really. Tebow has no guarantee to make the final 53-man roster. He will […]

Tim Tebow signed with the Eagles on Monday, April 20, 2015

Tebow-mania is a no-lose situation in Philly

Howard’s Point of View Tim Tebow can say goodbye to his career as an ESPN college football analyst after signing a one-year deal with the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday. Tebow’s last stint in the NFL was two seasons ago with the New York Jets as the backup quarterback to, the Eagles’ very own, Mark Sanchez. […]

photo submitted by The softball team is 14-7 overall and 10-3 in CSAC play. The Lady Cavs are fifth in the CSAC.

Softball splits CSAC double-header with Neumann

The Cavaliers were on a move to accomplish their goals once they stepped on the field. The Cabrini softball team split their doubleheader at Neumann, falling 3-0 in game one, before topping the Knights 3-2 in the nightcap. The Blue and White are now 13-6 overall and 9-2 in the CSAC. The Cavalier’s offense struggled […]

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Men’s lacrosse records 91st consecutive CSAC win

The 16th nationally ranked Cavaliers continued their 91 game win streak in conference play with a win over Keystone College this past Saturday. The final score was 21-2. The victory improved the men’s lacrosse team record to 8-5 overall and a perfect 4-0 in the CSAC, with only three conference games remaining in the regular […]

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Aaron Walton-Moss averaged for his career 18.4 ppg, 10.2 rpg and 5.6 apg. Walton-Moss back-to-back NABC National Player of the Year awards.

Walton-Moss ends career as two-time NABC POY

From an outstanding senior year 2014-2015 season, Aaron Walton-Moss has received his second straight NABC Player of the Year award and has been named NABC first-team All-American for the second straight season. Being named Rookie of the Year as a freshman after only playing 19 games was not enough for Walton-Moss. The sky was the […]

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This Season Damian Sobieski wears number 8 and has 27 points so far.

Sobieski is honored with new number

Senior men’s lacrosse player Damian Sobieski is off to a great start in helping his team in their quest for another CSAC championship. The team is currently 4-0 in the CSAC and 8-5 overall. Sobieski, from Landenburg, Pennsylvania and a graduate of Avon Grove High School in southern Chester County played football before lacrosse. A […]

Staring pitcher and reigning NL Rookie of the Year winner Jacob deGrom.

Fightin’ Phillies drop series at Citi Field

Kevin’s Point of View The Philadelphia Phillies started a three game series with the New York Mets on Monday afternoon. It was the Mets home opener and fortunately for them they had reigning National League Rookie of the Year Jacob deGrom on the mound. deGrom did not have his best stuff but finished as advertised […]

Second baseman Chase Utely was 3-3 with 2 homers in game two of the series.

Phillies offensive struggles continue

Howard’s Point of View The Philadelphia Phillies continued their season woes after a 2-0 loss in their first series game against the rival New York Mets. Once again the Phillies struggled to put up runs after being shutout for the second time in only seven games. The Phils were able to muster up seven hits […]

photo submitted by The softball team is 14-7 overall and 10-3 in CSAC play. The Lady Cavs are fifth in the CSAC.

Softball splits DH with Centenary

The Cabrini Cavaliers split a double-header for the second time on Tuesday. They faced of against Centenary College. The starter for the first game was freshman Jess Giordano. Giordano pitched a complete game giving up one earned run on seven hits while striking out seven batters. Centenary opened the scoring in the fourth inning with […]

Women’s Lacrosse Goes West

The lacrosse season was kicked off over the weekend with both men’s and women’s teams in action. Though the men’s team enjoyed a home opener, the women got to experience something not many division three student-athletes get to experience in there time at college; traveling as a team to another state. The team set out […]