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CSAC tournament through the eyes of a freshman

The Colonial States Athletic Conference tournament takes place at the end of each season for the sports teams here at Cabrini University. Throughout each fall sports teams’ season, the teams play against opponents who are in the CSAC conference. These games determine where the teams will be placed for the CSAC tournament. Teams could either […]


Cabrini women’s basketball shuts down Rosemont in CSAC opener

Cabrini University women’s basketball team went up against the Rosemont Ravens for their 2016-2017 season CSAC opener. The Cavaliers managed to come out on top of the game with a score of 88-45 to improve to 2-3 on the season. It’s the Cavaliers first win at home this year. On the Wednesday night game of Nov. 30th, […]


End of a legacy; Cabrini volleyball falls in first round of NCAA

The Cabrini women’s volleyball team competed in their fourth consecutive NCAA tournament on Friday, Nov. 11 at 8:20 p.m. The ladies fell in three games to the No 14. Mary Washington Eagles (29-3). “I was nervous going into the game because the whole atmosphere was pretty intimidating,” freshman Kristen Bettermann said. “The other team’s student section […]

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Stephen Parker: one step closer to his dream

Stephen Parker, coach of Cabrini’s men’s tennis team, has a double life of sorts. He spends his days on the off season like any other coach, “busting (his) butt to recruit” for the next season. What people may not know is that he’s also a singer/songwriter/guitarist who has recorded albums, toured regionally, and opened up for musicians such as […]

The team gathers in practice. Photo by Cabrini Athletics

Something from nothing: How the Cabrini baseball team was formed

Come spring time, a bunch of men wearing caps, cleats and leather gloves on their non-dominant hand will be walking out of a dugout with letters that spell the word “Cabrini” across their chests. For the first time ever, Cabrini will have their very own baseball team and they will be looking to make noise right […]


What are Cabrini coaches looking for?

Athletics are a huge part of the Cabrini community. Every athletic team is strong, hardworking and determined to get the win. These teams are formed by the dedicated athletes who want to continue their passion throughout their college years. These athletes do not just appear randomly, though. Long processes go into recruiting a player and […]

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Cavaliers field hockey defeats Gwynedd Mercy 2-1, wins CSAC Title

The Cabrini Cavaliers field hockey team stepped on the turf Saturday afternoon in Gwynedd Valley and defended their title as “Colonial States Athletic Conference” champions with a 2-1 victory over the hosting Gwynedd-Mercy Griffins. Midfielder Jackie Neary was named the 2016 CSAC Finals Most Valuable Player in the Cavaliers’ win. Even though the Cavaliers defeated these same Griffins […]


Cabrini Cavalier men’s soccer team triumphs over Clarks Summit

The Cavalier men’s soccer team dominated 3-0 on Saturday, Oct. 15 during a home game against Clark Summit. Senior midfielder AJ Bishop scored two goals, one in the first half that was assisted by junior midfielder Ben Roda, and another goal in the second half, kicking the ball down the field and shooting the far […]

CSAC Team Article Ang Miller

Developing a CSAC competing team

In order to build a successful CSAC competing team, one would typically think the goal of winning should be front and center of every athlete as he or she walks onto a field or court at the beginning of a game. However, according to Steve Colfer, the head coach of Cabrini University’s lacrosse team, sports […]


Cabrini women’s soccer stopped short on CSAC playoff road

Cabrini’s women’s soccer team streak of CSAC championships has been stopped at five. The No. 2-seeded Cavaliers end came at the hands of the No. 3-seeded Centenary Cyclones in a 3-0 loss at the Edith Robb Dixon Field. The Cavaliers finished the season with a record of 10-7-1. Cabrini’s seniors Jess Breuning, Megan Horn, Marissa Jenkins, […]

Winter sports: Getting ready for their seasons

As fall continues and winter approaches, Cabrini University’s winter-sport teams begin their seasons. Coming up this winter, the men’s and women’s swim teams and the men’s and women’s basketball teams will be playing out their2016-2017 schedules. The men and women’s swim teams began their seasons, early, in October. Both teams are coached by Cindy Ikeler. “I […]


Cabrini fall teams head back to the CSAC playoffs

There is a different crisp in the air when the Cavaliers enter CSAC playoff week. Men’s soccer and women’s field hockey, volleyball and soccer have earned themselves a playoff spot yet again. Cabrini has a past of excellence in the Colonial States Athletic Conference. The conference records show that in the past five years Cabrini has won […]


Bishop’s hat trick powers Cavaliers to semifinals

Senior A.J. Bishop scored three goals, including two in the final ten minutes of play, to give the No. 3 Cabrini Cavaliers a 3-0 win over No. 6 Gwynedd-Mercy in the quarterfinals of the Colonial States Athletic Conference playoffs Tuesday night at Edith Robb Dixon Field. C.J. Serratore made four saves to earn the clean […]


Men’s soccer alumni game; Cabrini players kick it again

Cabrini University has united with their alumni once again, but this time for a friendly match. On Saturday, Oct. 29,  alumni that spent time on Cabrini’s men’s soccer team got to catch up with old friends and play they game they love. The alumni game is an annual event here at Cabrini. Prior to the game starting […]

Cavaliers field hockey dominates to take second place in CSAC

The Edith Robb Dixon Field was covered in a sea of pink today as the Cavaliers field hockey team took on Marywood University in a battle for second place in the conference. Last year the Cavaliers were able to advance to their eighth consecutive CSAC championship game by beating the Marywood Pacers. Cabrini and Marywood […]

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World Series Preview: Cleveland Indians vs. Chicago Cubs

Late fall in 1995 marks the last time that the Cleveland Indians (94-67) were playing for the World Series championship. The Indians suffered a 4-2 loss in the series to the Marlins that year. This year’s championship is a bit more iconic for the fans in Chicago rooting for the Cubs (103-58). The program’s last […]


Multi-sport athletes juggle multiple roles and more

While attending college provides the opportunity to grow and begin your career. It is a time to explore yourself, and see what you really would like to do, become engaged in their community and make a difference. They are able to join clubs or even NCAA sports. NCAA Division III sports allows students to participate in […]


Solving the mystery that is field hockey

Video by Emily Janny and John Williams   “I know absolutely nothing about it.” That is the reaction from sophomore education major Victoria Anderson when asked what she knew about the sport of field hockey. Anderson was not the only person asked this seemingly easy question. In fact, none of the random people asked had a different answer. […]

Ryan Howard warming up before a game. Photo by Wikimedia

Last World Series champion leaves the Phillies

First baseman Ryan Howard played his last game for the Phillies on Oct. 2 against the New York Mets in Philadelphia. After playing in the Major Leagues for 13 seasons, Howard is leaving the Phillies after spending his whole career with the team. Howard, the last remaining member of the 2008 World Series team, prefaced the last game with […]


Men’s golf finishes second in the Eastern University Fall Inviational

  The Cabrini golf team played right across the street at St. Davids Golf Club in the Eastern University Fall invitational last Tuesday. Cabrini men’s team came in second place only 11 strokes behind Rutgers-Camden with a team score of 294. In individual play senior Joe Myers and sophomore David Gall were tied for fifth out […]