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The small school advantage

Whether it’s the short walk to the farthest building on campus, or the close bonds made with classmates and professors, there are plenty of reasons to consider a small college setting like Cabrini.

United They Stand

Issues in race are still present in the sports world. Cabrini’s men’s basketball team experienced this first-hand in their travels in the NCAA Tournament.

Missy Miller (No. 18) was the center of attention after getting hit in the head with a line drive in her Game 2 start against Gwynedd-Mercy College on Tuesday, April 2. She suffered the loss, allowing nine runs. (Cabrini Athletics / Submitted Photo)

Lady Cavs swept by Griffins

The Lady Cavs softball team headed into their doubleheader against Gwynedd-Mercy College with a seven-game win streak. But seven is not a lucky number sometimes. That was the case on Tuesday, April 2, as the Lady Griffins swept the Lady Cavs in the doubleheader, taking Game 1, 5-1, and Game 2, 9-1.

Lacie Doubet scored five goals in the Lady Cavs’ 17-9 win over Alvernia University on Wednesday, March 27. Doubet has 17 goals on the season. (Cabrini Athletics / Submitted Photo)

Lady Cavs finish strong in win

Their most recent victory, the third straight for the Lady Cavs, featured a strong second half resulting in a 17-9 victory over Alvernia University on Wednesday, March 27.

Aaron Walton-Moss enters the game as the Cavs' leading scorer, averaging 14.9 points per game. (Tony Durso / Submitted Photo)

Elite 8 Preview: Cavs face historic program in Amherst

The Cavaliers have played one game at a time so far and this will be their toughest foe – facing the No. 2 team in the nation. And if they can win another hard-fought game against a top team in the nation, another would wait the following night in the national semi-final.

Sophomore Lacie Doubet (No. 20) scored her eighth goal of the season in Cabrini’s 12-7 loss to Ursinus on Tuesday, March 19. (Cabrini Athletics / Submitted Photo)

Lady Cavs fall to Ursinus

The Lady Cavs took the field to face Ursinus College in search of their first win. With conference play rapidly approaching, they couldn’t secure their first victory of the season after a slow start, falling to Ursinus, 12-7, on Tuesday, March 19.

Junior Sarah Means (No. 2) has one goal and one assist in four games this season. (Beatrice McQuiston / Engagement Editor)

Women’s LAX captain Means ‘rolls with the punches’

If you were to tell a 16-year-old athletic in high school that they were going to walk with a limp for the rest of their life the farthest thing from their mind would probably be playing a sport. That didn’t stop junior women’s lacrosse captain Sarah Means from playing the sport she loved.

Led by fifth-year head coach Marcus Kahn, the Cavaliers return to Salem, Va. and the Elite 8 for the second straight season. (Nicholas Cipollone / Asst. Sports Editor)

Hoop Scoop: The little team that could

This little team that could is making noise and chugging along. One year after the campus was rocking with March Madness, the Cavs return to the late rounds of the NCAA Division III Tournament, in position to make history once again.

The Cabrini men’s basketball team advanced to the Sweet 16 for the third straight season by defeating two ranked opponents on the road in the first two rounds of the NCAA Division III Tournament. (Kevin Durso / Sports Editor / File Photo)

Hoop Scoop: Cavs embracing underdog role

The Cavaliers are back in the Sweet 16 for the third straight season, marking the most successful period in program history. Only this time, the Cavaliers are doing all of the work in enemy territory.

New to Cabrini, Cooper looking to fulfill dreams

Any aspiring freshman would enter a college with a lot of dreams in mind. Kaitlyn Cooper was no exception. Cooper, a freshman transfer from Buena, N.J., has since brought her talents to Cabrini and has started to pursue those dreams. Cooper came here with two sports on her mind: softball and soccer. She works extremely […]

Aaron Walton-Moss scored 16 points and added 13 rebounds and six assists in the Cavs' 80-78 win over Hampden-Sydney in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. (Jaime Viggiano / Staff Photographer)

Hoop Scoop: Cavs’ drive is what keeps them alive

It is about drive – a will to win that you cannot learn – and grit. That is the mentality that put the Cavs on the doorstep of a national championship last season. That “chip on out shoulder” – as Kahn called it – is what powered them to an upset win.