If you were to tell a 16-year-old athletic in high school that they were going to walk with a limp for the rest of their life the farthest thing from their mind would probably be playing a sport. That didn’t stop junior women’s lacrosse captain Sarah Means from playing the sport she loved.
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This little team that could is making noise and chugging along. One year after the campus was rocking with March Madness, the Cavs return to the late rounds of the NCAA Division III Tournament, in position to make history once again.
The Cavaliers will return to Salem and advanced to the Elite 8 for the second straight season with a 70-63 win over No. 20 The College of Wooster on Saturday, March 16, at the Timken Gymnasium in Wooster, Oh.
Their first game against Haverford didn’t go as planned, a 17-6 loss. But the Lady Cavs also usually play their toughest games first.
The motivation from this year and the near-upset should motivate the Lady Cavs, making for a bright future for Cabrini women’s basketball.
The Cavaliers fell into an early hole but recovered to net their second win of the season, a 15-7 victory on Saturday, March 9.
The Cavaliers are back in the Sweet 16 for the third straight season, marking the most successful period in program history. Only this time, the Cavaliers are doing all of the work in enemy territory.
Any aspiring freshman would enter a college with a lot of dreams in mind. Kaitlyn Cooper was no exception. Cooper, a freshman transfer from Buena, N.J., has since brought her talents to Cabrini and has started to pursue those dreams. Cooper came here with two sports on her mind: softball and soccer. She works extremely […]
The Cavs added to an already impressive resume by reaching their third straight Sweet 16 with an 84-81 win over Ohio Wesleyan University on Saturday, March 9 in the second-round of the NCAA Division III Tournament.
It is about drive – a will to win that you cannot learn – and grit. That is the mentality that put the Cavs on the doorstep of a national championship last season. That “chip on out shoulder” – as Kahn called it – is what powered them to an upset win.
Greg Lewis teed up a three from the corner with under five seconds left. But the shot rattled off the iron and floated into the waiting hands of DeLeon Floyd, finishing off an 80-78 win for the Cavaliers over No. 16 Hampden-Sydney College in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
The Cabrini women’s lacrosse team opened their season with a 17-6 loss to Haverford College on Wednesday, Feb. 28 at Haverford.
The Lady Cavs played an admirable game on Friday, March 1, keeping the margin within four points for 35 minutes before eventually falling to the 10th-ranked Lady Cardinals by a score of 52-44 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Cabrini lacrosse faces high expectations this season after an incredibly successful 2012 season that saw them advance to the Elite 8. The No. 5 ranked team will need this scoring depth not just now but in the future as well.
Saturday, the Lady Cavs got the payoff they deserve. They deserve to be called champions because of the energy and passion they bring to every game. But more importantly, they deserve to be called champions because of the way they won.
The Cavs are not hosting an NCAA Tournament game for the first time in three seasons. Instead, they get an instant test in the first round. In their first-round game on Saturday, March 2, the Cavs will travel to face No. 12 Hampden-Sydney College to face the 23-4 Tigers.
The Cavs made a strong first impression in their season opener, defeating Haverford College, 18-12, on Saturday, Feb. 23.
The Cavaliers returned to the NCAA Tournament by punching their ticket by winning the CSAC for the fourth straight season with a 90-74 win over Keystone College on Friday, Feb. 22.
The matchup is set. The road to the NCAA Tournament out of the CSAC is a rematch. The Cavs and Giants have formed quite the rivalry over the past two seasons.
The Lady Cavs are a team that takes smart shots. They are a team that prides themselves on spreading the ball around with crisp perimeter passing. They let defense create offense. They might be all of the old cliches of sports. But they are working for the Lady Cavs.
Head coach Steve Colfer is the reason that the team continues to win the CSAC titles. Pushing the men hard every day in the weight room and on the field pays off during the games. The team’s stamina and ball control is outstanding and let’s not forget what wins championships: defense.
This was a season of new beginnings for both swim teams. New head coach Cindy Ikeler has helped the program take a step forward and finish strong at championships and with several members of both teams returning next season, the Cavs could just get even better.
This week, we hear from students and staff about student loans, get two perspectives on Women in combat roles, get the lowdown on Cavalier sports, the Grammys and even get a new Bless your Heart segment, focusing on Valentine’s Day this week.
This was the largest margin of victory between the Lady Cavs and an opposing team since the 2000-01 season. The old record was a 55-point margin between the teams. The 66-point margin set the new record.
The men’s team is in pursuit of their fourth-straight CSAC title while the Lady Cavs begin their quest for their first CSAC title since 2009. But how does the CSAC Tournament work? And once the CSAC Tournament is over, what happens next? Here’s how the process works.
The game, originally scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 9, at 1 p.m., was moved back a week to this upcoming Saturday, Feb. 16, at 1 p.m. This will be the final game on the Lady Cavs’ schedule for the regular season.
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