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March 19, 2014 by Mike Panepinto, Staff Writer A fantastic season has come to an end for the Montclair State womens basketball team. Fairleigh Dickinson University-Florham defeated MSU 73-53 on March 15 to put an end to their campaign. Division III
There are still a lot of things that it's hard to take seriously about Star-Crossed ...But at least this show is having some fun with its wacky premise...Seriously, that subplot is so excellent, I feel as though all the time I have spent, or will
Cortland and Christopher Newport, respectively, before sealing their first win of the season the next day in nearby Fredericksburg over the University of Mary-Washington. Losing both games in the doubleheader was not the start the Red Hawks wanted,
New Jersey Athletic Conference) Champions for the second straight year. This is the first time in program history that the MSU women have won back-to-back titles...Junior guard Janitza Aquino led the scoring attack for the Red Hawks with 18 points.
Rutgers-Newark in their second conference game of the season. After opening the game with a three-pointer from Doze Ikwuegbu, the Scarlet Raiders wouldn't surrender the lead for the remainder of the game. The Red Hawks managed to keep it close and
Rowan Profs, winning by a score of 92-73. After following it up with a dominating 74-40 win over the Centenary Cyclones, the Red Hawks improved to 2-2. Senior forward Ordel Goldson had a career-high 39 points and 18 rebounds in the Red Hawks'
As the season progresses, head coach Karin Harvey believes four players will have breakout seasons this year. Melissa Tobie, a preseason, All-American is probably the best swing player in the country, and we can always count on her for a variety of
Tournament to claim the championship for the second straight year...Senior midfielder Jennifer Tafro struck first for MSU in the 15th minute, knocking in the first goal for the Red Hawks and her 20th of the season. Four minutes later, sophomore
The Red Hawks started their week on Oct. 23 at the University of Scranton Royals...MSU started the scoring 13 minutes in when freshman forward Gianna Moglino connected with senior defender and captain Sierra Rauchbach, who knocked in the goal from
MSU Field Hockey is currently ranked #1 overall in Division III, according to the National Field Hockey Coaches Association. We responded from the loss in a way that made us only want to play harder, said senior captain and defender Sierra Rauchbach