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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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.
Over at the Dixon center, this past Friday night, the Cabrini swim team waited on their opponent, University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, to arrive at the pool. As soon as the other team arrived, they only had a short time to warm up, and get ready, before they had to start the meet.
Men’s and women’s athletics at Cabrini seem to be equal, according to players. Division III athletes are different than others in higher divisions. They do not get compensated financially for what they achieve and produce athletically. They are expected to be students first and athletes second.
The game took place at the Dixon Courts at 3:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 17 which also happened to be Senior Day. The courts were laced with blue ribbons and old pictures of Samantha Trumbo, their only senior on the team.
The Cabrini Cavaliers have without a doubt historically been one of the top division-three athletic programs in the nation. Cabrini has been known to consistently dominate in CSAC conference competition as well as having teams that frequently make NCAA tournament appearances. Over the years, Cabrini has been known to have strong women’s athletic programs.
Star player and forward of the women’s basketball team, Amber Keys, says she’s looking forward for this years upcoming women’s basketball season. Keys who is now a Senior says she cant wait to be with her team and is looking forward to having another good year. Last year the women’s basketball team made history with […]
The game took place at the Dixon Courts at 3:30pm on Friday Oct. 17 which also happened to be Senior Day. The courts were laced with blue ribbons and old pictures of Samantha Trumbo, their only senior on the team.
After a 5-1 start to the season, the Eagles are tied atop the NFC East and tied for the NFL’s best record. After an impressive start to the season, many wonder if the Eagles have earned the right to be considered an elite team after nail-biting finishes and inconsistencies from the offense and defense.
All-American honorable mention, CSAC player of the year, 1,000-point scorer and fifth place on the all-time scoring record. The list of accolades and awards stretching over the past four years goes on and on. Brittany Sandone, or “Britt” as her teammates and coaches called her, a Harleysville, Pa native and Cabrini class of 2014 graduate, […]
Seeming to have a young incoming team to play Cavaliers men’s basketball Coach Tim McDonald focuses on the aspects of fundamentals in order to prepare the team for the season.
The men’s lacrosse program has been very successful over the years due to contributions from key players like Hank Altschuler. Altschuler, a sophomore communications major, had played a key role for the Cavs last spring. As goalie he recorded 101 saves with a .518 save percentage.
Headlined by trash talking and statements from the New York Giants players that the Eagles team were not as good as their 4-1 record, the Philadelphia Eagles were put to the test on Sunday night against the New York Giants.
The field hockey team put on a dominant performance against CSAC opponent Notre Dame of Maryland University. The Cavs won 7-1, recording their sixth straight win.
Cabrini’s Women’s soccer team dominated Marywood University 3-0. The Cavs connected on one goal in the first period and two goals in the second. The win advances the Lady Cavs to 6-0 in the CSAC and 7-6 overall.
The Cabrini women’s tennis team improved to 9-0 in the CSAC and 12-4 overall after topping Cedar Crest College in both singles and doubles play on Monday, Oct. 13.
Waking up at 5 a.m. daily, Devon Miller, a junior soccer player, starts her busy day. Living the life of a Cabrini Cavalier is not so easy sometimes. For Miller, being a Cavalier means practice, work and time management.
Rebounds, foul shots and layups are commonly used words in Fran Rafferty’s vocabulary. Graduating as one of Cabrini’s all-time leading scorers, Rafferty has made a name for himself in the Cabrini community.
For the Philadelphia 76ers, two words can describe their upcoming season, patience and growth. With an average age of 24 the 76ers will return a young roster this year, which has everyone predicting the Sixers will be one of the NBA’s worst teams.
In the nail-biting home match up against Centenary College, the men’s soccer team added another win under their belt while breaking the tie game during the 89th minute of overtime this past Saturday.
Cabrini College field hockey team won 8-2 against Marywood on family day. Saturday Oct. 4 marked the day Cabrini field hockey continues CSAC 2-0. Junior Kerry Farrell’s first goal marks her 100th career point. Farrell scored the first goal in the first 15 seconds, assisted by Senior Karlie Gruccio.
The Cabrini women’s tennis team defeated the Immaculata University Mighty Macs on the opponent’s home courts with the final score of 5-3, on Friday Oct 3. With another CSAC win, the Cavs hold a perfect record of 7-0 in the league and a 10-3 overall record.
Tyler Arizin has gotten off to a fast start beginning her freshman career as a new member of the Cabrini cross country team, leading the Cavaliers and receiving multiple awards.
With smiling faces and open arms, the Cabrini softball team held a press conference to welcome two of their newest players. Nine-year-old Jordyn Zajac and her 12-year-old brother Coy have officially signed to be on the softball teams roster for this upcoming season.
Cabrini College athletics recently added a new member to their staff, tennis coach Stephen Parker. Parker grew up in Wisconsin and started his college career at the College of Wooster. He was not a stranger to being part of a team; he played soccer at the Division III level. After getting injured, he transferred to the […]
On Sept. 22, the Lady Cavs tennis team improved to 6-2 after beating Baptist Bible 9-0. The Cavs kicked off the match by starting in doubles play. Juniors Terra McHenry and Tori Yeich started off on a positive note by gaining an 8-3 doubles win. Next, senior Samantha Trumbo and sophomore Elena Conway added another […]
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