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Requirements must be reached in the classroom to perform on the court

Grade point averages are stressful for students to achieve, but when sports are thrown into the mix students-athletes are pressured more than than their classmates to perform. If a student does not obtain a high enough GPA, they will be ineligible to play or practice for their sports team. Truly an athlete’s worst nightmare. According […]


Freshman swimmer is determined to stay afloat

Photo Editor/Emily Rowan Betsy Czarkowski is a freshman on the swim team this year and she is already making a big impact as a Cavalier. Czarkowski was encouraged by her parents to try swimming competitively and it wound up growing on her. “I love everything about it [swimming] from meeting new friends, having different coaches, […]


Cheerleaders are looking for a fresh start

New coach, new members, new challenges, no problem. In a situation where most may be afraid to step up into a leader position, the captains of the cheerleading team see a time of adversity as a time of opportunity. “I have no concerns regarding our new team because we are all on the same page, […]

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Volleyball claims third straight CSAC championship

The Cavaliers (25-9) volleyball team claimed the 2015 CSAC championship in a 3-0 win against the Neumann University Knights (16-20). The defeat was accomplished in a three-peat. The scores ended 25-18 during the first set, 26-24 in the second set and then the team finished off the final set with a 25-16 win. The team […]


Senior Mo O’Connell takes on leadership role for basketball

  Mo O’Connell is a senior basketball co-captain and exercise science major with a minor in leadership. O’Connell plays forward and is No. 10 on the basketball team. She has been playing on the court since she was six years old. Now in her last year of competitive play, O’Connell has taken on a leadership […]

A Cav’s perspective: Austin Edelman

I started playing Lacrosse when I was in 6th grade. I was very active as a kid and loved playing sports. I played football in the fall, basketball in the winter and I did not have anything to play in the spring. I tried playing baseball but it was too boring. My older brother started […]

Goodbye college and goodbye sports.

Athletics are a huge part of certain people’s lives. Being a college athlete is a big deal. Some try and go on to become professionals and make it to the big leagues. But what happens to those who do not? What happens to athletes that end their playing career when their college career is finished? […]

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Athletes choosing the right school

According to the National Collegiate Athletic Association, there are around eight million students participating in their high school athletics programs across the nation. With over eight million teenagers playing a sport at a high school level, only around 460,000 of them choose to continue playing in college. Playing a sport in college is a student’s […]

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Beyond the playing field: sports teaches life lessons

Each and every student athlete has certain expectations to live up to in college. Why do college athletes take those expectations so seriously? If a student athlete does not keep their GPA at least above the minimum requirement, they are putting their playing time at risk. Therefore, the academic expectations are an important factor that […]


Cabrini sweeps CSAC championship Saturday

Cabrini athletics had quite a day on CSAC championship Saturday. All four teams that competed in a CSAC Championship game came away victorious. The first game of the day was women’s soccer taking on Gwynedd Mercy University at Editth Robb Dixon Field. The game was a defensive struggle as Cabrini earned a 1-0 victory. Senior […]


A.J. Bishop reflects on his soccer career

PHOTO FOR PUB / BOBBY SHARP It is a fall night on Edith Robb Dixion Field. Fans come out to see their Cavalier men’s soccer team. As the warm-ups start and the game begins, No. 7, A. J. Bishop, steps onto the field. Bishop is currently a junior communications major and has been playing soccer for the […]

History is made: Guarino digs in for 1,000

  Kelly Guarino, junior co-captain of the volleyball team, has made history by reaching 1,000 digs in her third year as a Cavalier. Guarino is only the third Cabrini volleyball player to reach this milestone. Guarino has been playing volleyball since she was in the fourth grade. She found her love for the sport because her […]

Men’s soccer earns 2-1 victory over Gwynedd Mercy University

Men’s soccer competed on their home turf in a match against Gwynedd Mercy University on Tuesday, Oct. 20, winning the match with a score of 2-1. Jared Irwin, freshman outside midfielder, scored the first goal of the game 54 minutes into the match. 70 minutes into the game, Ben Roda, sophomore midfielder, scored the Cav’s […]

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Women’s soccer ties with Gwynedd Mercy for 1st place in the CSAC

The women’s soccer team faced off against the Gwynedd Mercy University Griffins in a great game that ended in a draw between the two programs. The Cavaliers and Griffins found themselves tied at 1-1 after an action-filled game. The match was dedicated to their annual “Think Pink Day.” The players wore pink shirts and socks […]


A Cav’s perspective: Kaitlyn Cooper

Cooper was named to the All- CSAC second team last season and started in all 39 games. Photo submitted by Kaitlyn Cooper Stepping onto the diamond is one of those moments where everything becomes silent. The world quiets just for a split second of bliss. Dragging your cleat across the dirt for the first time […]

NFL bans DeAngelo from wearing pink to honor his late mother

NFL Pittsburg Steelers player, DeAngelo Williams, is banned from wearing pink on his uniform in order to honor his mother who recently passed away from breast cancer. In May 2014, Williams lost his mother, Sandra Hill, to breast cancer and is trying to find any way that he can to show support for his mother. […]

Tampa Bay Buccaneers players wore pink as a part of breast cancer awareness on Sunday, October 14, 2012. The Buccaneers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs, 38-10, at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. (Chris Zuppa/Tampa Bay Times/MCT)

The NFL shows support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

As a fan of football, watching it every Sunday, Monday and Thursday night, one should know that during the month of October the NFL honors breast cancer awareness. During the month of October, every player is allowed to wear and incorporate pink into their uniform and sport a breast cancer awareness ribbon on their jersey. […]

Field hockey triumphs over Cedar Crest College 8-0

Women’s field hockey hosted the Cedar Crest College Falcons on Wednesday, Oct. 21 with a shut out win of 8-0 for the Cavs. The Lady Cavs started off their game strong in the CSAC match-up. No. 10, Kerry Farrell, senior forward, started the game off strong. The first goal was scored by Tiffany Phillips, senior […]


Volleyball earns victory during HeadStrong night

The Cavaliers showed quite a performance over the Mighty Macs of Immaculata on Wednesday night in Nerney field house by continuing their undefeated run in the CSAC. Sporting their lime green HeadStrong laces and warm up shirts, The Cavs, now 7-0 in the CSAC and 17-6 overall brought a lively crowd into the field house. […]