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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 […]

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Sports perspectives: NHL season previews: Prediction edition

So now that the team preview portion of this NHL Season Preview is finished, now it is time to look at what will happen during the 2016-2017 season. Metropolitan Divison Washington Capitals- Loaded once again for a President’s Trophy bid. With the help of Alex Ovechkin and friends, the Capitals will win the Metropolitan Division. […]

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Sports perspectives: NHL season previews: Western conference edition

The San Jose Sharks shocked the hockey world by reaching the Stanley Cup Final in 2015-2016. The team under first-year head coach Peter Deboer. While it took the team some time to gel initially, they were able to pull off big series victories against their biggest rival, the Los Angeles Kings, the Nashville Predators, and […]


The key to victory

  It is game day, you wake up and get ready to compete. Is there something specifically you need to do to ensure the win or something that you need to wear? Superstition is “a belief or notion, not based on reason or knowledge, in or of the ominous significance of a particular thing, circumstance, occurrence, […]

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Devon Scharf: The girl behind the mask

  Sophomore Devon Scharf is a three sport goalie for Cabrini University and in her first year she won the championship in all three sports. Scharf plays for the field hockey team, women’s Lacrosse and club roller hockey here at Cabrini. She won the Colonial States Athletic Conference championship in both field hockey and lacrosse […]

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Cabrini women’s soccer ties with Marywood after two overtimes

It was a hard fought matchup and it showed on the ending scoreboard. The Cabrini women’s soccer team tied with Marywood University on Saturday, Oct. 15. With the tie, the Cavaliers are now 7-5-1 on the season and still the leaders of the CSAC conference. Meanwhile, CSAC foe Marywood now has a 6-5-2 record on the season […]


Classes at the Dixon Center give students a breather from regular classes

The Dixon Center offers classes that may be noticeably a bit different from your typical run-of-the-mill English or history class. Instead, the Dixon Center offers classes that are more in-tune with athletes and those with an urge to exercise. “We offer yoga, pilates, a spinning class, a couple total body classes, cardio kick-boxing, basketball and then there’s […]


Women’s soccer defeats Clarks Summit

Video by Ryan Brong and Maddy Worley   Wednesday, Oct. 12, the Cabrini women’s soccer team continued their conference play when they faced Clarks Summit University. “Today, every single girl on our roster played, which is a good thing, except one injured player who couldn’t get in, but it was nice to see everyone contribute,” head […]


College athletes must handle school and sports

Collegiate athletics are now underway and athletes are now are torn between balancing not only the demands of their coaches, but their schoolwork as well. Balancing both school and sports can become a struggle for those adjusting to life on their own. Playing a sport in high school is nowhere near the demand of playing […]


Cabrini University blasts Cairn University

Video by Brian Nestel and Angelina Miller   The Cavaliers scored two goals in the first half of the game and then it was never close again. Cabrini University’s men’s soccer improved to 4-5-1 and notched their first CSAC win of the season, defeating Cairn University 7-0. The Cavaliers set the season’s highest scoring total after losing to […]


The World Cup of Hockey was a huge success

The World Cup of Hockey was a round robin tournament held in Toronto, Canada beginning on Sept. 17, and gave the fans some excitement to get ready for the upcoming NHL season. ESPN had the television rights to the games and had hockey on their airwaves for the first time in years. The tournament’s first […]

Philadelphia Eagles rookie quarterback Carson Wentz throws a pass against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016, at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pa. The Eagles won 29-10. (Clem Murray/Philadelphia Inquirer/TNS)

Perspective: Carson Wentz answers the bell for Philadelphia fans

Former North Dakota State University football QB Carson Wentz answered the bell for Philadelphia fans with a 3-0 start for the Philadelphia Eagles but the question remains, with a great start to the season, is he the QB the Eagles have been looking for? The answer is yes; he is the answer the Eagles have been looking […]


The national anthem in sports: honoring America?

It may feel like the national anthem has always been played at sporting events around the world. Despite the frequent occurrence of this tradition, many Cabrini students do not know why the national anthem is played before a sports game. Sahian Rodriguez, junior psychology major, has no knowledge about the history of the national anthem nor […]


Centenary game slips away from men’s soccer in overtime

Saturday, Oct. 1, the Cabrini Men’s Soccer team opened up their conference play against Centenary University. Cabrini fell 3-2 in overtime. It was their first CSAC loss in over a season. Going into the game off of a devastating loss to Eastern University a week ago, the men’s soccer team held their heads high. “Preparing for […]


Video of Cabrini soccer player Jared Irwin’s goal goes viral

Jared Irwin made his Fox Sports debut when it featured his game-winning, bicycle-kick goal against DeSales on the website and Fox Soccer Twitter on Sept. 9. Fox Sports anchor Rachel Bonnet described Irwin’s game-winner as a stylish “beaut,” adding it was “a hell of a bike.” To see his goal featured on Fox Sports click here […]

Former Philadelphia 76ers star Allen Iverson meets with the media on Friday, April 8, 2016, in Philadelphia. Iverson was elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on April 4. (Yong Kim/Philadelphia Daily News/TNS)

NBA Hall of Fame has Star-Studded 2016 Induction

The NBA Hall of Fame’s 2016 inductees, which included Allen Iverson, Shaquille O’Neal, and Yao Ming may be some of its most well-known stars yet. The induction ceremony took place on Friday, Sept. 10 at Springfield Symphony Hall. In attendance were the inductees, their friends and family, fans, as well as presenters and sponsors Inductee […]


Cabrini women’s tennis defeats Neumann University

Confidently entering another match after a tough loss, Cabrini University’s women’s tennis team defeated Neumann University. After the unfortunate loss to Stockton University, the Cavs determination allowed for a successful victory. With plenty of communication and dedication throughout the match, the three pairs of doubles successfully ended 3-0. “Lucy and I were really excited to […]


Cabrini volleyball beats Centenary Cyclones 3-0

Video by Chris Fonte and Hope Daluisio   Coming off last Thursday’s victory, the Cabrini women’s volleyball team was ready for their home game against the Centenary University Cyclones. The Cavaliers started out strong in the first match and the score was 7-1 before the first time out. Cabrini continued consistently scoring throughout the match, with […]


Women’s tennis falls to Stockton Univeristy

Wednesday, Sept. 21, the Cabrini Women’s Tennis team faced Stockton University at home in non-conference play. “As long as we are on our game, I think we can come out with the win.” Junior Kimberley Pepenella said. Despite their positivity, Cabrini fell 9-0 to the division 2 program. “I know they’re a tough and competitive team,” […]


Cavaliers tie with Albright Lions in men’s soccer

The battle between the Cavaliers and the Albright Lions ended in a draw after two overtimes. Freshman forward Ibrahim Kallie scored the Cavaliers only goal with five minutes left into the first half from a junior midfielder Ben Roda assist. Albright tied the game around three minutes into the second half. “I think we all expected a […]