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Football Falls 69-0 To Division I Georgetown

By Claire Prudhomme The Catholic University of America football team went with a plan to attack Georgetown football game and unfortunately came out as the attacked. Coach Mike Gutelius competed against Georgetown in his time playing for CUA and, after twenty-six years, he was back to coach this time. Catholic held Georgetown 18-0 until the Read More …

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Women’s and Men’s Cross Country Team Places Second and Third at Cardinal Classic

By Theresa Whitfield It was 70 degrees and cloudy on Saturday morning, perfect running weather for the cross country team to compete. The men’s team raced first at 10 AM, followed by the women at 12 PM. Both teams finished strong, with the women earning second place and the men finishing in third.  The meet Read More …

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Cardinals Extend Unbeaten Streak to Six Games

By Sarah Beretich A 4-game winning streak turned to five as CUA men’s soccer shut out the Dickinson Red Devils 1-0 on the road this past Saturday, September 14th. Catholic’s steady season start has drawn the gaze of several voters in the d3soccer.com Division III Top 25 Poll and the team is ranked #8 in Read More …

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Fall Sports Season Preview

By Claire Purdhomme There is a lot to look forward to in this upcoming sports season at Catholic University. With the new addition of Carlini Field, our women’s and men’s fall sports teams are striving for their Landmark Conference Championships; the Landmark Conference is made of eight teams from New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and DC. Here Read More …

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Football Kicks Off the Season at First Home Game

By Sarah Beretich The hopes of a long off season fell short for CUA football as they dropped their season opener to Kenyon College in double overtime this past weekend. Catholic fell one point short in the first game of the season to this Saturday, September 7th, ending the game 32-31. Kenyon ended their 26-game Read More …

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Men’s Lacrosse Surprise Season Ends Short In the Semifinals

By Jared Prenda The Cinderella story for the Catholic University Cardinals men’s lacrosse team has come to an end as they fell 15-6 to Elizabethtown. The Cards were the fourth seed in the Landmark Conference as they travelled to top seeded Elizabethtown for the Conference Semifinals on Wednesday, May 1. Catholic finished the season with Read More …

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Catholic University Advances to Finals with Win over Drew

By Neil Kavanaugh The Catholic University women’s lacrosse team hosted Drew University this past Wednesday, May 1 on Carlini Field for the Landmark semifinals, defeating Drew 13-7. The Birds finished the regular season with a 13-4 record and the first seed heading into the playoffs. The ladies also went 7-0 in league games to post Read More …

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Caps Fever in Washington, D.C.

By Neil Kavanaugh The Washington Capitals made the playoffs for the fifth consecutive season. The students at Catholic University have been caught up in the playoff hockey fever. The Capitals played the Carolina Hurricanes in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. “It’s pretty cool to be in the city during the playoffs,” said Read More …

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Senior Day for Baseball

By Robbie Cruz The Catholic University baseball team celebrated its senior day with a 12-4 win over conference rival Moravian on Sunday, April 14. The Cardinals, which included seniors Ryan Tracy, Mason Belcher, Collin Brown, Colin Cunningham, Bailey Lewis, David Gately, Jon Mierzwa, and Sean Dempsey, came into the game with an 18-10 record. The Read More …

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Catholic Athletics Give Strong Performances Down Home Stretch of the Regular Season

By Jared Prenda As the warm weather has finally come to the nation’s capital, many of the Catholic University athletics teams are wrapping up their regular seasons. Spring is looking to be the university’s most productive season, with four of the seven teams in season sitting within the top four of their respective tables. Both Read More …

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