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High school teammates choose same college for basketball

The Cabrini men’s basketball team has historically been one of the top Division III programs in the country. This past season, the men’s basketball team earned its fifth consecutive CSAC championship and fifth consecutive NCAA tournament appearance under former Head Coach Marcus Khan. Last year, the Blue and White finished with a record of 26-2 […]

Aside from basketball, Cabrini College does not offer baseball, football or ice hockey, which are three of the four major sports in America. (MCT)

Adding new sports are not as easy as students think

Whether an athlete or a fan, making sure your favorite sport is included in your college’s athletic program is crucial. Cabrini offers 16 collegiate sports. However some of them such as baseball, football, and track and field are not included. With college football taking over Saturday sports television and baseball being America’s favorite pastime, many […]


State of emergency for the 76ers

The Philadelphia 76ers have begun their 2014-2015 campaign and as expected the 76ers are for lack of a better word, awful. The young 76ers have started out the season with an 0-7 record and will face the Dallas Mavericks on Nov.13. The sixers will likely start out 0-8 after facing a tough Dallas Mavericks team.

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Mark Sanchez delievers for the Eagles

Due to the clavicle fracture to Nick Foles, all eyes were on back up quarterback Mark Sanchez. On Monday night football, one of the NFL’s biggest stages, Sanchez did not disappoint. During his first start since 2012, Sanchez threw for 322 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions in a 45-21 win over the Carolina Panthers.

Senior Amy Guarino (black shirt) and sophomore Kelly Guarino (pink shirt), celebrate senior night game with family. (

Guarino sisters help serve up a great season

Women’s volleyball remains undefeated in their conference. Could this record be assisted by the help of a sisterly bond? Kelly and Amy Gaurino both play for the women’s volleyball team. Kelly is a sophomore aspiring to major in business administration. Her older sister, Amy is a senior majoring in early childhood education and special education.

Sports Information Director, David Howell, manages all media relations for the Cabrini Athletic department. (Nick LaRosa/Cabrini Alumnus)

David Howell: The man behind the athletic scene

Whether you are in the Dixon Center watching a game or working out, you can be sure to find staff around who work with the athletics department daily. Each staff member has a role to fulfill and one of those many roles is sports information director. David Howell is the sports information director for Cabrini […]


No Foles, no problem for the Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles are now 6-2 after their win over the Houston Texas on Sunday, Nov. 2, the Eagles are currently in first place in the NFC East. That’s the good news. The bad news is that injuries continue to plague the Birds. Starting linebacker Demeco Ryans is out for the season with an Achilles […]

Samantha Trumbo leaves mark on Women’s tennis team

Samanthat Trumbo is a senior tennis player at Cabrini College. That title alone does not necessarily do Samantha justice. Tennis was not always a part of Samantha’s life, but the way tennis crossed her path, it is safe to say that her relationship with the sport was destined.

For information on Cabrini recreation sports visit or vist Orlin Jespersen, the Assistant director of athletics and recreation in the Dixon Center. (

Women’s club and recreation sports lack involvement

For students who no longer wish to play sports at the collegiate level but still have a love for fun activity and want to keep that going, recreational sports are for them. At Cabrini, students are offered the option to join and participate in intramural, club sports and outdoor recreation. One thing that has been […]

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76ers enter season with young leaders

The NBA season is underway and the Sixers are now in their second season under head coach Brett Brown. By the looks of it the Sixers won’t be a very good next season considering they don’t have much experience or leadership from their current players.