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Women’s Lacrosse Beats Second Seed in Overtime

By Neil Kavanaugh The women’s lacrosse team defeated second seed Franklin & Marshall College 10-9 this past Wednesday the 20th at home. The Cardinals have been on a tear this season, and defeating Franklin & Marshall, the second seed, was just the icing on top. The team came back from a 6-3 deficit at the Read More …

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Spring Break Sports Trips

By Neil Kavanaugh Most students spend their spring breaks traveling to warm, tropical destinations, spending too much time on the beach and thinking about anything other than school. While this was happening, the athletic teams of Catholic U were traveling across the Southeast to take on some of the best teams in all of Division Read More …

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Baseball Wins First Games of the Season

By Jared Prenda The Catholic U baseball team claimed its first two wins of the season this past weekend as it scored a combine 23 runs in a doubleheader against McDaniels College in Columbia, Maryland. The Cardinals are projected to have a strong season coming off of their Landmark Conference Title last season. In the Read More …

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Men’s Lax Wins Second Straight Game Over Marymount

By Jared Prenda The Catholic University of America men’s lacrosse picked up its third win of the season, 12-10, over the nearby Marymount Saints. The team is now 3-2 on the year after the Wednesday, February 27 road win in Arlington, Va. The team has rattled of two straight wins following a tight 11-9 home Read More …

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Women’s Lacrosse Starts Out Strong

By Neil Kavanaugh This past Sunday the Women’s Lacrosse Team hosted number four seed Salisbury University this past Sunday in a 13-12 loss in double overtime. The girls fought hard, as junior middle Ally Criscuolo led the team in scoring with 3 goals and 4 points. Senior attacker Megan Ellis and junior attacker Holly Regan Read More …

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Girls Basketball Falls in Semifinals to Elizabethtown

By Neil Kavanaugh Catholic University Women’s Basketball played Elizabethtown this past Thursday in a 61-43 playoff loss. The girls fought hard all season, posting a final record of 16-10, and snuck into the playoffs. The Cards went a respectable 8-6 in the conference, beating teams like Susquehanna, Junita, Goucher, and Drew. Catholic also had a Read More …

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Men’s Swimming and Diving Wins Landmarks for Third Straight Year

By Jared Prenda The Catholic University men’s swimming and diving team has completed the three peat of the Landmark Conference with another conference title this past weekend in nearby Boyds, Maryland. The Cards finished atop the podium with a total of 867 points after the three-day meet, Susquehanna finished in second with 624 and Scranton Read More …

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eSports Have Found their Way to CUA

By Jared Prenda In what used to be used to be the litany of small tables and chairs in the quiet dining room of the Student Cafeteria in the Przybyla Center, now sits a group of students staring intently at computer screens. What used to be small conversations barely above a whisper has transitioned into Read More …

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Catholic University Men’s Basketball Grounds Gophers at Home

By Neil Kavanaugh The Catholic University Men’s Basketball Team defeated Goucher College 75-60 at home this Wednesday. The Cardinals held the lead for almost the entire game, dominating the Gophers in time of possession. Junior Riley Hayes led the Cardinals in scoring with 17 points, including seven free throws. The first half started off very Read More …

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Catholic Lacrosse Hosts Southern Virginia in Home Opener

By Neil Kavanaugh Catholic University Men’s Lacrosse Team held their home opener against Southern Virginia University in a decisive 20-14 loss this past Wednesday, January 13th. The Cardinals fought hard, but fell behind early in the game and could not recover. junior middle, Vince Catenacci, led the Cardinals in scoring with four goals. The SVU Read More …

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