Patrick Gallagher

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Speaker in Diversity Task Force series lectures on forgotten baseball league

A forgotten league was the subject of choice for Courtney Smith, assistant professor of history and political science, in her speech for the Diversity Task Force lecture series. Smith spoke on the forgotten Negro Baseball League and the Philadelphia Stars.

Blowing the whistle on rowdy fans

Every football fan is different. Some are silent and studious, while others are boisterous or belligerent. Each is entitled to his own experience and to voice that opinion whenever he feels necessary. However, is there a limit to the extent to which you express yourself? The question asked is how far is too far? Is it when someone is offended? What if there are children around? What about profanity? Is it too much if someone uses his first amendment right and uses some colorful language? I myself am able to enjoy any sporting event, especially a football game, without ever having to use any sort of curse or profanity.

Donahue returns for shutout

Traveling to Immaculata the women's field hockey team battled hard and came away with a victory of 1-0. Every game is as big as the next, but each game always has special traits. From injured players to future goals it had implications that were spread around the board.

Hall of Fame dinner celebrates Cabrini legends

On Friday, Sept. 25, the Dixon Center was transformed into a hall of legends, past and present. Cabrini College athletics inducted three players into the Hall of Fame, Billy Carr, Rita Horning and John McQueen. "An athlete's greatness is not measured in wins and losses, but is measured in the training and hard work they put forth in order to achieve their finest and a dedication to excellence.

‘Battle of Eagle Road’ ends with Cavalier victory

As bitter rivals met under glowing lights, fans packed the stands. Even standing room was precious ground. Now add in a star player who crossed the road that separates these two rivals and transferred from Eastern to Cabrini. These are the ingredients in a game between two long-standing rivals.

Women’s soccer drops 3-2 decision to rival Eastern University

It was a game of heart. Both teams battling and fighting for the win. The Cabrini College women's soccer team played Eastern University on Tuesday, Sept. 15 in a game that pushed these two teams to their give their all on every play. The game started strong for both teams with big runs into each end.

Disappointing tie helps men’s team refocus

Heated conference rivals under the lights of Edith Robb Dixon Field, and now just add some rain. This was the scene at the men's soccer game on Oct. 1 against Widener University. They made the 20-minute drive for a game that would use every possible minute.

Cabrini loss against Widener

Heated conference rivals under the lights of Edith Robb Dixon Field, and now just add some rain. This was the scene at the men's soccer game on Oct. 1 against Widener University. They made the 20 minute drive for a game that would use every possible minute.

Softball splits with Baptist Bible

  The Cavalier’s softball team split two games with Baptist Bible College on Saturday, March 26. After falling 9-4 in the first game, the… Read More

The great American past time: its more than just a sport

If you knew that the team you were about to watch was about to lose would you still attend or turn on the game? Well this is a question that fans in Baltimore have answered and never even think of any more.

Packers win Super Bowl XLV

The Green Bay Packers won Super Bowl XLV against the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25. This was the Packers first championship since 1997. Aaron Rodgers took home the game’s MVP award by completing 24 out of 39 passes for 304 yards and three touchdowns.

New paperless system not all good

This past December’s announcement of the change to the online bill payment system by the college’s Business office has been done for effective reasons. It has also been one more sign of change to a family that is seeing “going green” as a negative force.

Getting to know a Cavalier: Cory Lemons

Getting to know a Cavalier: Cory Lemons

Sports Blurbs

Giants win First Series since 1954 The San Francisco Giants won the 2010 World Series over the Texas Rangers on Monday night. The Giants… Read More

Sports Blurbals

World Series matchup set: Giants Vs. Rangers The fall classic is matchup is set with the Texas Rangers pitted against the San Francisco Giants.… Read More

Lady Cavs fall to Del Val

On September 14th 2010 the Cabrini Cavalier field hockey team played Delaware Valley College on the Edith Robb field house.

Sports Blurbals

Reid Names Vick new Starting Quarterback The 284-yard-passing, two-touchdown and 37-yard-rushing performance Michael Vick displayed on Sunday vs. the Detroit Lions still was enough to… Read More

Men’s soccer looks to hold onto its CSAC title

After posting a 7-1 conference record, winning the CSAC title and reaching the NCAA tournament is it a surprise that the men’s soccer team was recently ranked No. 1 in the CSAC preseason poll?


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