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Aaron Walton-Moss scored 16 points and added 13 rebounds and six assists in the Cavs' 80-78 win over Hampden-Sydney in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. (Jaime Viggiano / Staff Photographer)

Hoop Scoop: Cavs’ drive is what keeps them alive

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.

The Cabrini men’s lacrosse team is coming off a 17-3 season in 2012. They will face six top 25 opponents during the 2013 season. (Kevin Durso / Sports Editor)

Tracking LAX: Cavs possess many scoring threats

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.

Hoop Scoop: Cavs get huge test to open tournament

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.

Senior Bobby Thorp (No. 8) scored 52 goals and posted 89 points last season, leading the Cavs to their 12th straight CSAC championship. (Kevin Durso / Sports Editor)

Men’s Lacrosse Preview

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.

Swimming posts strong results at AAMC Championships

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.

LOQation Crew Spring 2013 Loquitur Photo

LOQation News – Feb 13 2013

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.

Aaron Walton-Moss has averaged 13.4 points, 8.1 rebounds and 4.8 assists per game in 15 games with the Cavaliers this season. The Cavs are currently on an eight-game winning streak. (Dan Luner / Staff Photographer)

Walton-Moss leading Cavs down stretch

Walton-Moss is a team player and the level at which he plays not only shows the level of skill that he has, but influences the rest of the team to play better so they can win each game. The chemistry of the team has vastly improved.

The Lady Cavs will host the CSAC semi-final against an opponent to be determined on Wednesday, Feb. 20. The Lady Cavs are currently on a 15-game winning streak. (Kevin Durso / Sports Editor)

Lady Cavs lock down top spot in CSAC tournament

As always, in the playoffs, it’s a whole new ball game. New attitudes, new opponents, and new drive to win the championship. That makes the Lady Cavs’ task that much harder. If they want to win their first CSAC title in four seasons, they can’t let the top-seed status change their mindset.

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Growing up around the world

  A chef working in the kitchen of Cabrini College was born in Japan, has a brother who was born in Portugal and four other siblings who were born in different states or countries.  Chef Rodney, Cabrini College Executive Chef, grew up all around the world.   “My father was a colonel in the air […]