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Women’s Volleyball Spikes Competition

By Neil Kavanaugh The Catholic University Women’s Volleyball team ended their season with a 19-13 record, and 4-2 in their conference. The Cardinals finished 3rd in the conference, which is an improvement over their predicted 6th place preseason ranking. The team boasted an impressive 11.21 kills and 17.74 digs per set, having an overall hitting Read More …

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Catholic U Vs. Merchant Marines

By Jared Prenda The Catholic University of America football team is still in the hunt for their first win on the season as they fell 44-10 to the Merchant Marine Academy at Cardinal Stadium this past Saturday. The loss brings the team’s record to 0-8 (0-6 NEWMAC) as the team’s offensive woes continue for the Read More …

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All-Landmark Teams Announced for Catholic U Soccer

By Jared Prenda Senior Brian Galfond, junior Mike Narzikul and sophomore Ben Alexander were all named to the All- Landmark First Team while junior Ryan Kennedy was recognized with Second Team honors on the men’s team. On the women’s team junior Mackenzie Earley was the lone First Team selection while classmates Grace Boras and Elizabeth Read More …

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Cardinals Lose to Susquehanna University in Playoff Game

By Neil Kavanaugh Catholic University Women’s soccer heads into postseason play with a 3-2 victory over Elizabethtown College this past Saturday at Cardinal Stadium. The team secured the third seed in the division. The scoring started with a Cardinals goal by sophomore Maggie Moorcones to make the game 1-0. The lead did not last, as Read More …

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Men’s Soccer Is Landmark Championship Bound

By Katie Ward Catholic University men’s soccer played against Elizabethtown on Saturday, October 27.   The game began at 1 p.m. after a brief Senior Day ceremony to honor senior Cardinals Tyler Martin, Aaron Boyle, Brian Galfond, Jake Nabbie, and Corbin Brailsford. Neither team could find the back of the net, and the game was left Read More …

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CUA Falls just Short in Metro Rivalry against George Washington

By Jared Prenda             The cool fall air has brought the return of basketball season to the Catholic University of America, as the men’s team traveled to Foggy Bottom for a metro rivalry. The team fell 69-64 to Division I crosstown rivals George Washington University on Sunday, October 28th for Read More …

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Cardinal Weekend Football Game

By Neil Kavanaugh The Catholic University Cardinals hosted the Springfield College Spirits this past Saturday as part of Catholic U’s alumni weekend, falling to the Spirits 23-11. The stands were filled with Cardinals from past and present cheering on the boys in black and red. Before the football game began, current students and alumni celebrated Read More …

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Women’s Rugby Finds Success in the Scrum

By Amanda McShane The Catholic University Women’s Rugby team was down by nine points when they entered half time against Georgetown University on Saturday, October 13. The team then made adjustments and ended up winning 39-19. The first half of the game the team was down by two tries, making the second half an uphill Read More …

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Women’s Cross Country Ranked #6 in DIII Southeast Region

Courtesy of catholicathletics.com By Theresa Whitfield The women’s cross country team placed second at the Hood Open in Frederick, MD on Saturday and are now ranked sixth in the DIII South/Southeast region, which has never happened before in the history of the Catholic U women’s cross country program.  While the women’s cross country team does Read More …

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Sports Run Down of the Week!

By Neil Kavanaugh   Soccer Blanks Washington The Catholic University men’s soccer team hosted Washington College for a Wednesday afternoon game last week. The die-hard soccer fans turned up to watch a little bit of European football. The Cardinals returned the favor, giving the crowd a nailbiter of a show. Catholic University controlled the game Read More …

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