NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, NY – Junior forward Lea Favre (Vevey, Switzerland, Lycee Jeanne D'Arc) scored a career-high 24 points to lead the Rider University women's basketball team past Niagara, 79-64, on Sunday afternoon in Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) action inside the Tapps Gallagher Center.
Favre was one of four Broncs in double figures as she hit 9-of-14 shots from the field and all six of her free-throw attempts on Sunday. She also added six rebounds and a pair
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. – The NJIT Highlanders (20-9, 8-6 ASUN) defeated the Jacksonville Dolphins (12-17, 5-9 ASUN) at Swisher Gymnasium on Saturday, 77-73.
Sophomore Zach Cooks earned his first career double-double notching 24 points and 13 rebounds. Senior Diandre Wilson added 20 points.
NJIT's 20th win of the season, already a regular season record, puts the program one victory shy of tying its all-time wins record set in 2014-15 (21), which was achieved after three postse
Geneva, Ohio – (February 23, 2019) – The 2019 Atlantic 10 Swimming & Diving Championship has come to a close at the Spire Institute in Geneva, Ohio, and the Fordham women's swimming & diving held on for a third place finish out of 11 teams.
Duquesne won its second consecutive women's championship with 580.5 points, followed by George Washington in second with 562. Fordham outlasted Richmond for third place with 507.5 points to the Spiders' 505.
The final day of events
NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y., February 23, 2019 – The Monroe Mustangs men's basketball team capped off the 2018-19 regular season with their 13th-straight victory, a 97-53 win over the SUNY Sullivan Generals on Saturday at the Monroe Athletic Complex.
After the Generals hit two quick threes to open the first half, the Mustangs scored 25 of the next 30 to take a 25-11 lead midway through the first half.
Sullivan cut the lead down to single digits with just over 10 minutes to play
Farmingdale, N.Y. - Top-seeded Farmingdale State earned an 81-75 victory over #2 Yeshiva this afternoon in the Skyline Finals to claim the conference's automatic bid into the 2019 NCAA Division III Men's Basketball Tournament. FSC senior guard Matthew Graham (Valley Stream, N.Y.) finished the day with a team-high 25 points and was named the Most Outstanding Player of the Championship.
THACA, N.Y. – Seniors Harrison Shockley and Hiro Kamei, along with junior Meredith Wagner broke school records, leading the Skidmore College swimming and diving teams in what was a strong third day of action at the Liberty League Championships, held at Ithaca College's Athletics and Events Center Friday night.
Shockley originally got the record in the preliminary heat, finishing an impressive second with a time of 51.87. He topped it in the final, earning Skidmore's best f
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Scoring its most points in a regulation game since 2008, Monmouth outlasted Niagara on Friday night, 88-81. The Hawks led by as many as 20 in the second quarter, but Niagara used a 32-11 advantage in the third quarter to take the lead. Monmouth bounced back in the fourth, outscoring the Purple Eagles 35-26 in the final frame. The Hawks shot 33-59 (55.9%) from the floor, which is their best shooting percentage since January 2010. Freshman Lucy Thomas led the way
New Brunswick, NJ – Senior diver GRACE NIELSEN captured the 3-meter event while CLAIRE LUIGARD and MADISON FRANKE each broke school records highlighting Montclair State's first day at the 2019 Metropolitan Championships at Rutgers University on Friday.
The women's team is currently in third place with 322 points after six events contested while the men are in fifth place at 115 points.
Nielsen accounted for a handful of those points herself in winning the event for the se
he Maritime College men's lacrosse team battled non-conference opponent SUNY Geneseo all afternoon on Saturday, Feb. 23, but ultimately fell short in the final seconds as they lost 14-13. The Knights scored the game-winning goal with four seconds left in regulation to fend off the fourth quarter comeback by the Privateers.
Maritime got off to a slow start in the opening frame as Geneseo converted on two quick goals to take a 2-0 advantage less than three minutes into the ga
LORETTO, Pa. – The LIU Brooklyn men's basketball team snapped Saint Francis U.'s eight game winning streak Saturday afternoon, toppling the league-leading Red Flash, 69-66. With the win, LIU moves to 13-15 on the season, and 7-9 in Northeast Conference action. They also become just the third team this season to beat SFU in DeGol Arena.
The win was a total team effort for LIU, as all eight players that went in the game scored at least four points, and five different Blackbi