Sports

Swimmer Tommy Ronayne breaks school record

Cabrini swimmer, Tommy Ronayne, junior business management major, snapped the school’s record in the 500-yard freestyle last month, with a time of 4.43.94 seconds,… Read More

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Cabrini men's soccer substitution

Cabrini soccer concludes while keeping hope for the future

Another year of Cabrini soccer has passed, giving families, students, and spectators a ride filled with big moments. Both teams had plenty of ups… Read More
USA soccer fans cheering on team at an outdoor game televised on a big screen.

The USMNT is on a roll!

Coming off a huge game against England in the group stage of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, the United States Men’s National Team had… Read More
Edith Robb Dixon Field

The Hidden Opponent sends message of hope

With mental health getting more attention as a topic of conversation in recent years, the issue has been examined in how it applies to… Read More
Field Hockey

Cabrini field hockey captures sixth AEC championship

The Cabrini Cavaliers field hockey team won the Atlantic East Conference championship for the second year in a row following a 3-0 win over… Read More
Volleyball team during a set break

Hannah Dalton becomes Cabrini volleyball’s all-time kill leader

The Cabrini women’s volleyball team has a new career kill leader. Graduate student and outside hitter Hannah Dalton broke the record in the Atlantic… Read More

Cabrini’s allocation of sports money

With 19 Division III sports teams and another on the way, it is important for Cabrini’s athletes to understand how teams receive and use… Read More
Sage Klein expresses his perspective on the subject at Dixon. Photo by Max Silverman.

Dilemma for student athletes: to pay or not to pay

The NCAA made $1.15 billion in 2021. Considering the massive amount of money taken in by collegiate sports, there is an ongoing debate about… Read More

Men’s basketball pulls away late for first home win

On Wednesday, Nov. 9, Cabrini men’s basketball went up against a hefty Rutgers Camden lineup. Cabrini’s high energy allowed the team to start hot… Read More

The hunt for Red October

In 2017, the improbable Philadelphia Eagles advanced to the Super Bowl against the New England Patriots as an underdog team. Appearing in their eighth… Read More
Cabrini's women's basketball team competing in a game. Photo by Cabrini University Flickr.

Cabrini athletics welcomes a new face

Cabrini University welcomes a new face to its athletics department: Assistant Athletics Communications Director Mark Weaver. Weaver held the athletics communications assistant position at… Read More
Cabrini men's soccer substitution

Cabrini soccer concludes while keeping hope for the future

Another year of Cabrini soccer has passed, giving families, students, and spectators a ride filled with big moments. Both teams had plenty of ups… Read More
USA soccer fans cheering on team at an outdoor game televised on a big screen.

The USMNT is on a roll!

Coming off a huge game against England in the group stage of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, the United States Men’s National Team had… Read More
Edith Robb Dixon Field

The Hidden Opponent sends message of hope

With mental health getting more attention as a topic of conversation in recent years, the issue has been examined in how it applies to… Read More
Field Hockey

Cabrini field hockey captures sixth AEC championship

The Cabrini Cavaliers field hockey team won the Atlantic East Conference championship for the second year in a row following a 3-0 win over… Read More
Volleyball team during a set break

Hannah Dalton becomes Cabrini volleyball’s all-time kill leader

The Cabrini women’s volleyball team has a new career kill leader. Graduate student and outside hitter Hannah Dalton broke the record in the Atlantic… Read More

Cabrini’s allocation of sports money

With 19 Division III sports teams and another on the way, it is important for Cabrini’s athletes to understand how teams receive and use… Read More
Sage Klein expresses his perspective on the subject at Dixon. Photo by Max Silverman.

Dilemma for student athletes: to pay or not to pay

The NCAA made $1.15 billion in 2021. Considering the massive amount of money taken in by collegiate sports, there is an ongoing debate about… Read More

Men’s basketball pulls away late for first home win

On Wednesday, Nov. 9, Cabrini men’s basketball went up against a hefty Rutgers Camden lineup. Cabrini’s high energy allowed the team to start hot… Read More

The hunt for Red October

In 2017, the improbable Philadelphia Eagles advanced to the Super Bowl against the New England Patriots as an underdog team. Appearing in their eighth… Read More
Cabrini's women's basketball team competing in a game. Photo by Cabrini University Flickr.

Cabrini athletics welcomes a new face

Cabrini University welcomes a new face to its athletics department: Assistant Athletics Communications Director Mark Weaver. Weaver held the athletics communications assistant position at… Read More