Nicholas Cipollone

Junior at Cabrini College, Sports Editor for @LOQwitter, Graphics Coordinator for @LoqationNews, Social Media Specialist @BadRhinoINC, Social Media Manager for @cabrinicareers

Articles by Nicholas Cipollone

Cabrini basketball hosts Special Olympics clinic

Men’s and women’s Cabrini CSAC basketball champions got the opportunity to run the sixth annual Special Olympics basketball clinic at the Nerney Field House.… Read More

Men’s basketball remains undefeated

Cabrini men’s basketball team kept their winning streak in tact with a dominating 82-68 win over Marywood University. The Cavaliers now have a 14-0… Read More

Men’s lacrosse advances to the CSAC final

Cabrini men’s lacrosse advanced to their 15th consecutive CSAC conference game with their 25-7 win over Neumann University. The Cavaliers improve to 15-1 on… Read More

Dietrich keeps an eye on her passion through injuries

Tearing an ACL is an injury that ends most athletes’ careers. Some athletes call it quits but other take that long road to recovery to get back on the field.

347 days later – Eric Bascelli revisited

After being diagnosed with stage three esophageal cancer on Dec. 18, 2012, Eric Bascelli finally received the news that he is cancer free on Nov. 29, 2013.

Walton-Moss and Sandone honored as All-Americans

Student athletes Aaron Walton-Moss and Brittany Sandone were honored by DIII News earlier this week. Junior Walton Moss was named First Team All American team and Sandone received an honorable mention.

No. 6 Cabrini advances to the CSAC final with win over Rosemont

No. 6 Cabrini men’s basketball defeat Rosemont College Ravens and advance to their 6th straight CSAC conference final with a 109-97 win.

Hoop Scoop: a perfect regular season looks promising

Last week Cabrini men’s basketball moved up to the No. 2 spot and are now 18-0 overall keeping their undefeated season in tact. They are just 24 points behind University of Wisconsin Stevens Point for the No. 1 spot.

White or Brown? Rice that is

One of the most common carbohydrate that people consume is rice, the question is, white or brown. White rice is America’s favorite carbohydrate; it… Read More

Volleyball goes 2-2 in weekend tournament in Baltimore Md.

Cabrini College’s volleyball team goes 2-2 this weekend and is now 6-2 overall after their weekend tournament in Baltimore, Md. The Cavaliers dropped their… Read More

Cabrini basketball hosts Special Olympics clinic

Men’s and women’s Cabrini CSAC basketball champions got the opportunity to run the sixth annual Special Olympics basketball clinic at the Nerney Field House.… Read More

Men’s basketball remains undefeated

Cabrini men’s basketball team kept their winning streak in tact with a dominating 82-68 win over Marywood University. The Cavaliers now have a 14-0… Read More

Men’s lacrosse advances to the CSAC final

Cabrini men’s lacrosse advanced to their 15th consecutive CSAC conference game with their 25-7 win over Neumann University. The Cavaliers improve to 15-1 on… Read More

Dietrich keeps an eye on her passion through injuries

Tearing an ACL is an injury that ends most athletes’ careers. Some athletes call it quits but other take that long road to recovery to get back on the field.

347 days later – Eric Bascelli revisited

After being diagnosed with stage three esophageal cancer on Dec. 18, 2012, Eric Bascelli finally received the news that he is cancer free on Nov. 29, 2013.

Walton-Moss and Sandone honored as All-Americans

Student athletes Aaron Walton-Moss and Brittany Sandone were honored by DIII News earlier this week. Junior Walton Moss was named First Team All American team and Sandone received an honorable mention.

No. 6 Cabrini advances to the CSAC final with win over Rosemont

No. 6 Cabrini men’s basketball defeat Rosemont College Ravens and advance to their 6th straight CSAC conference final with a 109-97 win.

Hoop Scoop: a perfect regular season looks promising

Last week Cabrini men’s basketball moved up to the No. 2 spot and are now 18-0 overall keeping their undefeated season in tact. They are just 24 points behind University of Wisconsin Stevens Point for the No. 1 spot.

White or Brown? Rice that is

One of the most common carbohydrate that people consume is rice, the question is, white or brown. White rice is America’s favorite carbohydrate; it… Read More

Volleyball goes 2-2 in weekend tournament in Baltimore Md.

Cabrini College’s volleyball team goes 2-2 this weekend and is now 6-2 overall after their weekend tournament in Baltimore, Md. The Cavaliers dropped their… Read More