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Kelsey Boulier becomes newest asset to the athletics department

Kelsey Boulier began her career at Cabrini within the last year and has not skipped a beat. Receiving her undergrad degree right across the street at Eastern University, she is familiar with Division III sports and being an athletic trainer for these type of athletes. “My interest in being an athletic trainer sparked when I […]

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Women’s lacrosse preview: Lost nine and still strong

Nine players on the women’s lacrosse team, who were all starters, have graduated. This leaves the Cav’s with a lot of new players and only five seniors this season. “The team worked well together but it was apparent that the seniors were and ran the team,” Jessica Breuning, junior midfielder, said. Last season, the ladies […]


Robinson brings skills and leadership to the court

There are many players that have played on the court at the Nerney Field House. Sophomore in the classroom and a freshman on the court, Ivan Robinson, has played the role of a student athlete and this season for the Cavaliers. He is from Pennsauken, N.J. and attended Paul IV high school. Returning to the […]

Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson during a news conference at the NovaCare Complex in Philadelphia on Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2016. Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie is at left. (Clem Murray/Philadelphia Inquirer/TNS)

Eagles hope to have a new answer

The Eagles just finished what many fans would call an upsetting season, according to die-hard Philadelphia sports fan Nicole Moffit, a sophomore at Cabrini. Moffit was born and raised in Philadelphia. She feels strongly about her teams. “I love Philly and every sports team, especially my Eagles, but I don’t know what to expect with […]

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Janit Gorka is hired as first ever women’s rowing head coach

Cabrini athletics announced last November the addition of the school’s 18th collegiate sport, women’s rowing. On Wednesday, Jan. 13, the athletics department hired Janit Gorka as the first head coach of the women’s rowing program. “The coach and the team will have an impact on Divi- sion III Women’s Rowing as well as the Cavalier […]

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Women’s basketball falls short to Marywood University

Last Wednesday, the Cavaliers fell to Marywood University. After six years of consecutive straight wins against the Pacers, the Cav’s took their first lost. The final score was 70-65. The Cavalier’s have a record of 8-8 on the season and 5-2 in the Colonial States Athletic Conference. Senior Meghan Martin gave a game winning performance, leaving her […]

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A Cav’s perspective: Caroline Price

I have been an athlete for as long as I can remember, so picking a school where I had the opportunity to play basketball was extremely important to me. I also knew that I did not want a huge school that was far away from home. Cabrini College was the perfect fit. Although it definitely […]


Female college coaches can do it all

The world of professional and college sports is publicized as a male-dominated career. Often times, public opinion puts women below men in the ability to do athletic jobs. Additionally, existing stereotypes, as well as certain obstacles and challenges, can hold women in athletics back from advancing in their careers. Despite this, women in athletics here […]

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NBA update: the good, the bad and the horrible

The Golden State Warriors and the San Antonio Spurs are showing what it means to be the best in the NBA this season. “Both teams are great and I feel as though the reason these teams are doing so well is because they know how to play their opponent,” Gabrielle Lee, sophomore liberal arts major, […]

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We Slam for Swaziland

Basketball is not just an entertaining game but another way to give back to those who are struggling. For the Sports Marketing class, also known as Cabrini College Nation (CCN), they took the opportunity to help support the children of Swaziland to receive an education. This class is ran with the guidance of professor Megan […]

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The struggle is real for Philadelphia sports teams

Philadelphia sports teams have let down their fans tremendously in 2015. The Phillies finished last in their division this season. The Sixers, Eagles and Flyers have not one home win between them in the entire month of November. “It’s very hard to be a Philadelphia sports fan currently with all teams doing so badly,” Ian […]

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If You Want To Play, You Must Pay

Money — we all want or need it and for an athlete who wants to play sports, it is necessary. All of the equipment, uniforms and registration fees can cost a pretty penny. Some students on campus shared their stories on whether or not money was the deciding factor in their early sports careers. Sophomore […]