The No. 8 Frostburg State Bobcats defeated the TCNJ Lions, 47-7, at Lions Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Alexandria Fitzpatrick helped No. 1 TCNJ Lions beat Franklin & Marshall women’s lax team. The Lions are now heading to the Final Four.
Allie Gorman scored four, as No. 1 TCNJ defeated No. 9 Bowdoin at Lions Stadium. The Lions won 13-7 over the Polar Bears.
The No. 1 TCNJ women’s lax team defeated William Smith Herons in the NCAA tournament. The Lions won 8-2 at Lions Stadium.
Courtney Patterson led the Bullets with four goals, as the No. 1 Gettysburg beat No. 4 TCNJ. Gettysburg won 9-5 over TCNJ.
The College of New Jersey field hockey team advanced to the Final Four with a 2-0 win over Centre College on Sunday afternoon at Lions Stadium.
The College of New Jersey’s women’s field hockey team had a talented young star take center stage in the first round matchup of their New Jersey Athletic Conference tournament against Rowan University, Wednesday, Nov. 1st.
The Salisbury Sea Gulls scored 20 unanswered points to defeat the TCNJ Lions football team on Saturday afternoon. The Sea Gulls won 27-7 over the Lions at Lions Stadium.
The No. 5 TCNJ Lions women’s soccer team’s pace increased in the second half against the No. 9 Johns Hopkins Blue Jays, as they won 1-0 on Wednesday night.
Casey Goff lost his first game as the TCNJ Lions head coach. The Lions lost 38-24 to the FDU-Florham Devils on Friday night at Lions Stadium.