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April 26, 1993 | By Beth Onufrak, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Bristol's Holly Brandt is off to a strong start in her college softball career. A freshman, Brandt pitched two straight shutouts, and Holy Family College was 2-0 on the season. Brandt, who was a sophomore on Bristol's 1990 PIAA state championship team, won a 6-0 decision against Alvernia to open the season March 31 and followed that with a 7-0 victory on April 4 against Philadelphia Textile. "Obviously, she has started out to be our No. 1 pitcher, even as a freshman," coach Mickey McGroarty said.
NEWS
August 27, 1987 | By KATHY SHEEHAN, Daily News Staff Writer
Marion Ahrens Von Rosenstiel, who demanded ingenuity, resourcefulness and the utmost in creativity from her English composition students at Holy Family College, died Aug. 17 while visiting her grandchildren in Seattle. She was 73 and lived in Abington. Known as Mrs. Von at the school where she taught since 1964, Von Rosenstiel was widely known for her assignments, which ranged from a homework research project requiring 200 words about an onion to a demand that students write about a thunderstorm raging outside the classroom.
SPORTS
March 24, 1998 | By Beth Onufrak, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
South Jersey high schools contributed three of the top four scorers on the Holy Family women's basketball team, which reached the NAIA Division II quarterfinals. Lenape's Andrea Jack earned first-team all-Northeast Region Independent honors, and Gloucester Catholic's Erin Eliasen was named a second-team player. A sophomore center, Jack was second on the team in scoring with an average 11.8 points and led the team in rebounds with 8.3 per game. She was second on the team in blocked shots with 33 and contributed 50 steals.
SPORTS
January 16, 2002 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Holy Family has the No. 1 women's basketball team in the NAIA Division II. The Tigers, who ran their record to 15-0 last night with a 78-57 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference victory over Georgian Court in Lakewood, N.J., assumed the top spot yesterday for the first time in school history. The Tigers were ranked second last week. Holy Family finished with 472 points in the national poll, 14 more than No. 2 Sterling, Kan. (15-0). Hastings, Neb., (18-1), which was ranked No. 1 last week, dropped to third with 454 points.
NEWS
March 17, 1995 | By Bob Fernandez, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
With no place to grow on its Northeast Philadelphia campus, Holy Family College is staking its future on a cornfield in the suburbs. The private college in Torresdale - which Money magazine recently ranked among the 20 best commuter schools in the nation - has purchased 154 acres for a branch campus in Bucks County, only minutes from Interstate 95. Until recently the SPS Technologies corporate office compound, the site in Newtown Township includes...
SPORTS
March 9, 2014 | The Inquirer Staff
Holy Family ended Bloomfield's three-year reign as conference champions as the Tigers defeated the Deacons, 62-51, in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference semifinals on Friday afternoon in Caldwell, N.J. The Tigers 21-9) were led by Alberto Munoz, who finished with a game-high 17 points. Ervin Ezell (Deptford), who was named to the all-CACC second team earlier in the week, finished with 13 points and five boards, while Isaiah Gans (Redemption Christian Academy) added 12 points and a game-high nine rebounds.
SPORTS
January 9, 2002 | By Marc Narducci INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Before taking over as the head women's basketball coach at Northeast Philadelphia's Holy Family College, Mike McLaughlin was one of the biggest losers in all of sports. As a member of the sad-sack Washington Generals, the laughable, lovable opponents of the world-famous Harlem Globetrotters, McLaughlin played three years and more than 500 games without ever winning. Once. The Generals have since changed their name to the New York Nationals, but not their fortunes. McLaughlin, meanwhile, now in his seventh season with the Tigers, has a team that loses, seemingly, about as often as the Globetrotters.
NEWS
November 29, 1988 | By Gwen Knapp, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Holy Family men's basketball team, in its third season, has moved out of its infancy and into its formative years. If the early part of this season is any indication, the Tigers will not have an awkward adolescence. With a starting lineup of three sophomores, a freshman and just one senior, Holy Family won its first four games of the 1988-89 season by an average of 26.7 points. The biggest of those victories, according to head coach Dan Williams, came against Rutgers-Newark, which fell 80-65 in the final of Holy Family's tip-off tournament.
SPORTS
March 8, 2000 | By Jay Nagle, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Jen Jakubowicz wasn't sure what to expect from the Holy Family women's basketball team this season. The Tigers, after all, had six new faces on their roster who would have to grow accustomed not only to one another, but to the other returning players. How that mix would come together, senior guard Jakubowicz said, "I had no idea. " Jakubowicz, a quick 5-foot-10 guard, smiled during a lull in practice last week when she recalled how long ago that seems. Holy Family - 31-3 and seeded fifth among 32 teams - opens the NAIA Division II national tournament in Sioux City, Iowa, today when it faces St. Joseph's College (22-4)
SPORTS
February 25, 2011 | By DICK JERARDI, jerardd@phillynews.com
IT HAD BECOME relatively clear in recent days that the Holy Family basketball saga was not going to end with a happily ever after. So, suspended coach John O'Connor met off-campus with his players last night and told them he was resigning. The resignation, which O'Connor said was agreed to by him and the university, stemmed from an early-morning practice incident on Jan. 25. Holy Family sophomore Matt Kravchuk was injured during a rebounding drill when the coach grabbed a ball out of his hands.
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