Despite obstacles, volleyball hopes to finish strong

STEVEN MACRI Sports Editor The College at Florham’s volleyball team was predicted to finish third in the preseason polls this season, which is good enough to make conference playoffs. The Devils have had a few setbacks to start the season, sitting at...

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Women’s soccer faces early struggles, prepares for conference play

STEVEN MACRI Sports Editor On Sept. 19, the Fairleigh Dickinson University’s women’s soccer team played Alvernia University on a chilly night at Robert T. Shields Field. Both teams fought hard in this defensive battle, but in overtime Alvernia got the ball past freshman...

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FDU football finds new offensive weapons, get first MAC win

STEVEN MACRI Sports Editor The Fairleigh Dickinson University football team came into the season as underdogs on paper but have big expectations for themselves. The past two weekends they have proved their fight through a hard fought game versus The College of...

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FDU’s LASO holds AND 1 basketball fundraiser for Relay for Life

STEVEN MACRI Sports Editor Alley-oops, behind-the-back passes and dribbling skills are what the players from the AND 1 squad brought to Fairleigh Dickinson University. The Latin American Student Organization held the event in the Ferguson Recreation Center and the purpose of this game...

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FDU baseball team gets revenge against Misericordia; Offense scores 13 runs to get key conference victory at home

STEVEN MACRI Sports Editor Death by Home Run. If you also add in senior FJ Lucchetti’s strong pitching performance and some timely hitting, you get a Fairleigh Dickinson University victory over the number 12 ranked baseball team in Division III. The Devils...

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Golf teams off to cold, windy start

STEVEN MACRI Sports Editor The men’s golf team was supposed to have a match at Centenary College, but the game was urgently cancelled due to the possibility of an on-campus shooting. The Devils had to regroup and wait for their tournament at...

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Once a basketball great, Iverson now ponders options

HANEEF ARBUBAKRR Contributor Raw, natural, electrifying entertainers who the country watched shoot out to stardom. Troubled, controversial, rebellious, misunderstood icons that America witnessed spiral from their peaks to dark depths. There are many similarities with the late great singer Whitney Houston...

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FDU softball sweeps Stevens during home field double header

STEVEN MACRI Sports Editor The women’s softball team returned from a successful Florida trip with a 5-3 record. During their trip, the team received production from both the offensive and defensive side, giving the players momentum going into their first home game...

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After slow start, baseball undefeated for the week; Devils rebound to the tune of four in-conference victories

STEVEN MACRI Sports Editor The Fairleigh Dickinson University baseball team was picked tied for second in the preseason poll for the Freedom Conference, but a 3-4 trip to Florida and two losses to DeSales had the Devils at 3-8 for the...

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Women’s basketball ends season in ECAC Championship

STEVEN MACRI Staff Writer The Fairleigh Dickinson women’s basketball team saw its season come to an end on Wednesday in the hands of a 73-62 loss to The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. This was the conclusion to an up-and-down...

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