Men’s golf has successful start, hopes to reach NCAA tourney

STEVEN MACRI Sports Editor For senior Billy King and the rest of his class, this is their last chance to meet their goals and accomplish the task they came to do when arriving at Fairleigh Dickinson University. The men’s golf...

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Sports: Devils’ softball starts with a few falls, but gets back to 11-9 record

GINO VILORIO Staff Writer Fairleigh Dickinson University’s women’s softball team traveled to Florida for the spring break tournament and returned home with three well-deserved wins, but also suffered five losses, according to fdudevils.com. The team came out victorious at its home-opener,...

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Baseball team looks for leadership entering the 2013 season

STEVEN MACRI Sports Editor FDU’s baseball team has new faces scattered throughout their lineup as they head into the first weeks of their 2013 season, which started with a loss against Kean. The Devils were picked to finish third in the Preseason...

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Despite slow start, men’s lacrosse shoots for NCAA tourney

GINO VILORIO Staff Writer The College at Florham’s lacrosse team season has begun, but things haven’t really clicked just yet. This youthful team was selected to finish second in the Preseason Freedom Conference Coaches’ Poll. The question that surfaces is...

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Hall and Williamson excel on Senior Day victory over Delaware Valley

STEVEN MACRI Sports Editor The crowd erupted at the Ferguson Recreation Center when Delaware Valley’s head basketball coach Casey Stitzel called a time out after his team fell behind by seven points, the largest defecit of last Saturday’s game against Fairleigh...

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Former New York Giants running back tells FDU students about his life after football

STEVEN MACRI Sports Editor On Feb. 10, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) hosted an event and welcomed former New York Giants running back Cecil Lee Rouson at the Ferguson Recreation Center. Senior communication studies major Zach Flaherty, FCA leader, organized this...

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Women’s basketball shoots for Freedom Conference Championship

STEVE MACRI Sports Editor Marc Mitchell, the College at Florham’s head women’s basketball coach, is beginning to see results during his fourth season with the Devils. Mitchell has pieced together this team the way he envisioned it when he accepted the job at...

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Sammond closes ‘Brooklyn’ themed month with talk of Dodgers

STEVE MACRI Sports Editor The Dodgers once were more than a team that played in the Major Leagues; they were the heart and soul of the borough of Brooklyn. Great players such as Jackie Robinson, Gil Hodges, Pee Wee Reese, Duke Snider...

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SAAC hosts annual charity volleyball tournament

STEVE MACRI Sports Editor At 8 p.m. on Nov. 29, six teams walked through the doors of the Recreation Center at the College at Florham ready to compete for first place in the annual Student Athlete Advisory Committee volleyball tournament, while...

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Hurricane Sandy delays playoffs for soccer, field hockey teams

STEVEN MACRI Sports Editor When Hurricane Sandy made its way toward New Jersey, Fairleigh Dickinson University advised its students to go home for what would turn into a long break. The FDU Athletic Department had three teams place in the Middle Atlantic Conference...

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