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. “Basketball has a lot of opportunities for myself and student athletes,” Cabrini women’s basketball coach Kate Pearson. “And it’s a great way for us to give back to the game and […]
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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 record overall and 8-0 record in the CSAC conference, with the win. The Cavaliers are now ranked No. 3 overall in the NCAA Division III standings. In the first half Cabrini […]
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 the season with their only loss coming out of conference. 14 different players had at least one point in the win. Junior Damian Sobieski and Mike Leyden had a combined 14 […]
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.
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.
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 men’s basketball defeat Rosemont College Ravens and advance to their 6th straight CSAC conference final with a 109-97 win.
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.
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 is even sometimes referred to as “American rice.” Roughly 70 percent of the rice eaten in the United States today is white, but white rice is brown rice. What? Yes, it […]
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 first two games on Friday, Sept. 6. Their first game against Stevenson University, the Cavs lost in straight sets. The second game against the tournament was against the host John Hopkins […]
On Friday, Sept 6, Cabrini students, faculty, alumni, and friends, brought luck to the Phillies as they beat the division leader Atlanta Braves, at the 8th annual Cabrini night at the Phillies. As you walked through the gates, you received a Cabrini College knit hat and you were greeted by Calvin the Cavalier and the […]
Cabrini men’s soccer team season ended after falling to Centenary College Cyclones after penalty kicks 6-5. This loss marks the last game that a core group of seven seniors will play together as Cavaliers. Ryan Cerrato, C.J. Doherty, Joe Halbherr, Gabe Kuhn, Brett Lockbaum, Brendan Magerr and Eric Nowicki, led the Cavs to 40 victories […]
Lady Cavs bounce back after having their nine-game win streak snapped over the weekend, to defeat Swarthmore College Garnet 3-1. This was the Cavs first win against Swarthmore in the past five meetings with the Garnet. After dropping the first set 23-25, the Cavaliers went on to sweep the Garnet in straight sets, 25-17, 25-13 […]
Four individuals were recognized during Hall of Fame ceremonies for their outstanding contributions to the Cabrini College family.
Women’s Volleyball continues on their rampage, with their best start since 2009. The team is now 11-3 after a sweep at Widener University, taking down the host and Haverford College in straight sets. In the first match of the day Cabrini swept Widener in straight sets, 25-15, 25-23, 25-15. Senior Danielle Carrozza had 17 kills […]
The Eagles welcomed back two of their all time leaders to Lincoln Financial Field last Thursday and neither them were in an Eagles uniform. Getting a ticket was one thing, getting into the stadium was another battle. As you approached Patterson Ave. to park you were stuck in gridlocked traffic. Parking was a free-for-all. Arriving […]
The Cabrini College men’s soccer struggles continue as they lose three straight after a tough loss 2-1 in the final minute to Alvernia University in the last game of the Eagle Road Classic. After being held scoreless in their last two games against Rutgers-Camden and Lebanon Valley College, the Cavs were looking to come out […]
B vitamins are found in a lot of foods, and you hear about them a lot, but what do they really do? There are a few different kinds of B vitamins, but overall they are all used to help metabolize carbohydrates into sugar. In other words, help your body make energy from the food that […]
The Cabrini women’s volleyball team started their season off with a sweep of the DeSales University Invitational winning four matches over two days. The Lady Cavs took on Muhlenberg College in the season opener and defeated them in straight sets 3-0. Then later the same day they took on Ithaca College and dominated in that […]
On Friday, Aug. 30, the Cabrini women’s cross country team upset six-time defending Penn State University Athletic Conference champions Penn State Worthington and won the Nittany Open. In freshman Malley DeSanto’s Cabrini debut, she was the first to cross the finish line overall, posting a time of 19:19. Fellow first-time collegiate runner Krissy Giles placed […]
After two games this weekend at the Royals/Monarch classic, the Cavaliers have two draws in the two matches they have played this season. In Cabrini’s season opener against King’s College, neither team scored as it ended in a 0-0 tie after 110 minutes of play. The Cavs wasted no time in the second game against […]
Roughly 200 fans filled the stands at Edith Robb Dixon Field for Cabrini women’s soccer home opener against Widener University Pride. The contest ultimately ended in a 1-1 tie. The game started with neither team gaining in edge in offensive play. Towards the end of the first half, in the 40th minute the Cavaliers took […]
Cabrini College’s women’s field hockey team stands at 1-1 after this weekend’s Drew University Fall Festival. Lady Cavs lost their season opener to Swarthmore College in overtime. With less than four minutes to go in the contest Swarthmore scored to level the score at three. Swarthmore scored just eight minutes into extra time to secure […]
After falling to the defending champion Gwynedd-Mercy in the CSAC championship game last year, Cabrini women’s field hockey team is ranked second in the CSAC Preseason Coaches’ Poll. The Cavaliers received two out of eight first place votes, tallying 42 points total. Gwynedd-Mercy is the preseason favorite after taking the CSAC title two years in […]
Cabrini women’s soccer team takes second place in the 2013 CSAC Preseason Coaches’ Poll. The lady Cavs got five of the 12 first place votes and 112 points overall. Last year, the Cavs had an overall record of 9-7-4, and 7-1-3 in conference play only letting up five total goals in conference play. The CSAC […]
Cabrini women’s volleyball has taken the number one spot in the annual CSAC coaches’ poll. The Cavaliers got six out of the 12 first place votes, and received 116 points overall. Cabrini’s rival, Neumann University placed second in the poll getting the remaining six first-place votes and 108 points overall. The Cavs this year are […]