Cheryl Wagstaff

Articles by Cheryl Wagstaff

Doing the right Fling

It's that time of year again. Time for barbeque, inflatables and music. On Saturday, May 3 from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., on the common's area, Campus Activities Programming Board will be hosting the college's annual Spring Fling event. If there is inclement weather, Spring Fling will be relocated in the Nerney Field house in the Dixon Center.

Volleyball 3-0 in spring tournament

The volleyball team went undefeated with a record of 3-0 at an off-season tournament at Villa Julie College on Saturday, April 5. In the tournament the Lady Cavaliers defeated Villa Julie College, Mary Washington College and a USAV team; a women's club team that consists of former college players.

Freedoms tennis return to Cabrini

World Team Tennis is back at Cabrini for the third consecutive year. This season's team will consist of Martina Navratilova, Vera Zvonareva, Elena Tatarkova, Nathan Healey and Andrew Florent. The Freedoms will have seven home matches that will take place on the tennis courts on Cabrini's campus.

Women’s lacrosse win three over Easter break

While most students went home for Easter break, the women's lacrosse team was busy improving its record to 10-3 overall, and 9-0 in the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference. The Lady Cavaliers played three PAC games and defeated each team by at least 10 points.

Men’s tennis has high hopes despite two losses

The weather has been less than ideal for the men's tennis team this year, but that is not stopping them from putting forth their best efforts. The Cavaliers suffered a 4-3 loss against Ursinus College on Thursday, April 3. They continued with another out of conference match against King's College on Sunday, April 6, which they lost 5-2.

Rolling on to the playoffs

Cabrini's roller hockey team ended its regular season with a win against St. Joseph's 2, 9-1 on Sunday, March 31, at the Marple Sports Arena. This win gave the Cavaliers a 12-4 record, enough to put them into third place for the playoffs. The top three seeds in the playoffs belong to St.

’84 Cabrini Alumnus races for a cure

He has 15 years of multi-sport experience, including 12 marathons and three iron distance triathlons. With the support of his wife and two daughters, '84 Cabrini alum Steve Brown will be competing in Iron Man USA to raise funds for the Philadelphia affiliate of The Susan G.

Rolling toward number 1

On Sunday, March 23 Cabrini's roller hockey team defeated Philadelphia University 8-6. The Cavaliers came back from a two-goal deficit in the third period to move into a tie for first place with Lehigh University. The game started out with Philadelphia University scoring the first two goals.

Rolling toward number 1

On Sunday, March 23 Cabrini's roller hockey team defeated Philadelphia University 8-6. The Cavaliers came back from a two-goal deficit in the third period to move into a tie for first place with Lehigh University. The game started out with Philadelphia University scoring the first two goals.

Service widens horizons

Service learning is definitely not one of the reasons why I chose to come to Cabrini. I really did not think that I had the time to spend with someone who needed my help. This may make me seem selfish, and that is probably true, but the last thing that I wanted to do was work with people who did not know my native language or inner city children.

Doing the right Fling

It's that time of year again. Time for barbeque, inflatables and music. On Saturday, May 3 from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., on the common's area, Campus Activities Programming Board will be hosting the college's annual Spring Fling event. If there is inclement weather, Spring Fling will be relocated in the Nerney Field house in the Dixon Center.

Volleyball 3-0 in spring tournament

The volleyball team went undefeated with a record of 3-0 at an off-season tournament at Villa Julie College on Saturday, April 5. In the tournament the Lady Cavaliers defeated Villa Julie College, Mary Washington College and a USAV team; a women's club team that consists of former college players.

Freedoms tennis return to Cabrini

World Team Tennis is back at Cabrini for the third consecutive year. This season's team will consist of Martina Navratilova, Vera Zvonareva, Elena Tatarkova, Nathan Healey and Andrew Florent. The Freedoms will have seven home matches that will take place on the tennis courts on Cabrini's campus.

Women’s lacrosse win three over Easter break

While most students went home for Easter break, the women's lacrosse team was busy improving its record to 10-3 overall, and 9-0 in the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference. The Lady Cavaliers played three PAC games and defeated each team by at least 10 points.

Men’s tennis has high hopes despite two losses

The weather has been less than ideal for the men's tennis team this year, but that is not stopping them from putting forth their best efforts. The Cavaliers suffered a 4-3 loss against Ursinus College on Thursday, April 3. They continued with another out of conference match against King's College on Sunday, April 6, which they lost 5-2.

Rolling on to the playoffs

Cabrini's roller hockey team ended its regular season with a win against St. Joseph's 2, 9-1 on Sunday, March 31, at the Marple Sports Arena. This win gave the Cavaliers a 12-4 record, enough to put them into third place for the playoffs. The top three seeds in the playoffs belong to St.

’84 Cabrini Alumnus races for a cure

He has 15 years of multi-sport experience, including 12 marathons and three iron distance triathlons. With the support of his wife and two daughters, '84 Cabrini alum Steve Brown will be competing in Iron Man USA to raise funds for the Philadelphia affiliate of The Susan G.

Rolling toward number 1

On Sunday, March 23 Cabrini's roller hockey team defeated Philadelphia University 8-6. The Cavaliers came back from a two-goal deficit in the third period to move into a tie for first place with Lehigh University. The game started out with Philadelphia University scoring the first two goals.

Rolling toward number 1

On Sunday, March 23 Cabrini's roller hockey team defeated Philadelphia University 8-6. The Cavaliers came back from a two-goal deficit in the third period to move into a tie for first place with Lehigh University. The game started out with Philadelphia University scoring the first two goals.

Service widens horizons

Service learning is definitely not one of the reasons why I chose to come to Cabrini. I really did not think that I had the time to spend with someone who needed my help. This may make me seem selfish, and that is probably true, but the last thing that I wanted to do was work with people who did not know my native language or inner city children.