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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 […]

Men's basketball: one set of dreams

Men’s basketball: one set of dreams

Men’s basketball is one of the most popular sports at Cabrini and they bring all of their hopes to the court. Be sure to make it to a game before the end of the season! Check out the full episode only on LOQation’s official YouTube channel!

Hip-hop and sports are so synonymous

From the likes of Jay-Z launching Roc Nation’s new sports agency to Drake becoming a global ambassador for the Toronto Raptors, it’s safe to say that sports and the music industry are beginning a partnership. Hip hop is starting to make its way towards the sports arena and basketball seems to be the sport that […]

Breaking ground in a Mighty way

The story of a groundbreaking women’s basketball program from a Catholic college during a period of transition and change was the main focus of an author’s visit to the College on Monday, Oct. 8. Julie Byrne, author of the book “O God of Players” and Hofstra University scholar gave a presentation entitled “Ten Years Later, […]

Members of the Rockin’ Radnor Girls, a basketball team made up of fourth graders from Radnor Elementary School, were invited to play basketball at the Nerney Field House during halftime of the Cabrini women’s basketball game on Monday, Jan. 23. -- Sarah Luckert / Deputy Editor

Rockin’ Radnor Girls visit Cabrini

The Rockin’ Radnor Girls, a basketball team made up of 12 fourth-grade girls from Radnor Elementary School, brought their basketball skills to the Nerney Field House on Monday, Jan. 23, during halftime of the women’s basketball game.