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December 3, 2012 | By the Inquirer Staff
The 400-yard freestyle relay team of Adam Schneider (Cherry Hill East), Philip Hawley (Rancocas Valley), Brian Perez, and William Kasper finished first and posted an NCAA provisional qualifying time of 3 minutes, 3.72 seconds to lead the College of New Jersey men's swimming team to first place at its three-day invitational over the weekend. The Lions tallied 1,319 points, while the University of Bridgeport finished second with 857 points, and the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy took third with 718 points.
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March 24, 2011 | By Marc Narducci, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Before last fall's soccer season, Gloucester Catholic senior Korrie Harkins committed to Division I St. Peter's. But after a coaching change at the college, she decided to look at other options. Recently, Harkins decided to attend the College of New Jersey, which competes in Division III. Last season, Harkins was an Inquirer second-team all-South Jersey selection after scoring 22 goals. She joins a College of New Jersey team that advanced to the NCAA Division III quarterfinals before losing to Johns Hopkins.
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September 21, 2013
The College of New Jersey women's tennis team earned its 151st straight New Jersey Athletic Conference victory, 9-0 over visiting Ramapo. The Lions are 3-0 in the conference. The Roadrunners fell to 3-1 in the NJAC. Senior Tara Criscuolo and sophomore Emma Allen (Moorestown) had an 8-1 win at second doubles, and junior Sarah Lippincott (Millville) and freshman Anna Prestera (Barnegat) posted a win in third doubles.  
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September 3, 2014 | By Jonathan Lai, Inquirer Staff Writer
As a small public college that targets top high school students, the College of New Jersey prides itself on high retention and graduation rates and regular recognition as a top economic value for families. What the suburban campus outside Trenton hasn't been able to brag about: A particular sense of place. "One of the things that we've often heard from our students and graduates is there's no real here here," said Curt Heuring, vice president of administration. "There's nothing to do, so people have a tendency to go home on weekends, or go to Route 1, or go to the malls in Pennsylvania, that kind of thing.
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February 19, 2015 | By Jonathan Lai, Inquirer Staff Writer
Dave Muha is Big Man on Campus. After lunch in a dining hall at the College of New Jersey, he finds tweets about Muha sightings. He spots his name on T-shirts that raised a record amount of money for last year's freshman class. Every so often, he trends on Twitter as students pray to him, praise him, and plead with him. He can't even buy jeans an hour from the Mercer County campus without being confronted with his fame. "I pass my credit card to the clerk, who looks . . . and then gasps," he said.
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December 6, 2012
Boys' Bowling NONLEAGUE Westampton Tech 4, Northern Burlington 0 Camden County Tech 2, Cherry Hill West 2 Girls' Bowling Northern Burlington 3, Westampton Tech 1 Camden County Tech 4, Cherry Hill West 0 Boys' Swimming CAPE-ATLANTIC LEAGUE Pleasantville at Lower Cape May, 4 Sacred Heart (N.J.) at Cedar Creek, 4:30 COLONIAL CONFERENCE Haddon Heights at Audubon, 6:15 OLYMPIC CONFERENCE Cherokee at Cherry Hill East, 4:30 NONLEAGUE Pitman at West Deptford, 4 Clearview at Mainland, 4 Northern Burlington at Millville, 4 Camden Catholic at Haddon Township, 7:30 Girls' Swimming OLYMPIC CONFERENCE Cherokee at Cherry Hill East, 4:45 NONLEAGUE Northern Burlington at Millville, 4 Clearview at Mainland, 4 Pitman at West Deptford, 4 Friday SOUTH JERSEY GROUP 5 FINAL Williamstown vs. Southern Reg. at Rowan, 7 Saturday CENTRAL JERSEY GROUP 1 FINAL Florence vs. Shore Regional at TCNJ, 10 a.m. SOUTH JERSEY GROUP 1 FINAL Woodbury vs. Penns Grove at Rowan, 10 a.m. SOUTH JERSEY GROUP 2 FINAL Cedar Creek vs. West Deptford at Rowan, 1 SOUTH JERSEY GROUP 3 FINAL Delsea vs. Northern Burlington at Rowan, 4 SOUTH JERSEY GROUP 4 FINAL Timber Creek vs. Kingsway at Rowan, 7 STATE NON-PUBLIC 1 FINAL St. Joseph vs. St. Mary-Rutherford at TCNJ, 4 STATE NON-PUBLIC 2 FINAL Holy Spirit vs. Immaculata at TCNJ, 7 SOUTH JERSEY GROUP...
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June 20, 1997 | by Bob Cooney, Daily News Staff Writer
Tomorrow, the Olympic/ Colonial baseball all-stars will try to capture their fifth Carpenter Cup title in nine years when they meet Ocean/ Monmouth at 10 a.m at Veterans Stadium. O/ C has averaged more than 11 runs in the three games leading up to the final. Eastern's Ryan Costello, a 6-5 lefthander, was the winner in the club's 6-5 quarterfinal win over Philadelphia's Catholic League. In one inning, he walked two and struck out the side. Costello said he expects to start tomorrow.
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December 28, 2011 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Alex Dragicevich hit four three-pointers and scored a career-high 22 points to lead Notre Dame (9-5, 1-0) to a 72-59 win over No. 22 Pittsburgh (11-3, 0-1) on Tuesday night in the Big East opener for both teams in South Bend, Ind. Centenary 86, TCNJ 77 - The Lions (5-4) fell to the Cyclones (5-5) in Hacketstown, N.J. Sophomore Skyelar Ettin led TCNJ's offense with 22 points. Wilson suspended. The University of Rhode Island indefinitely suspended top scorer Jamal Wilson, a senior guard, for breaking unspecified team rules.
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February 19, 2015 | By Jonathan Lai, Inquirer Staff Writer
Dave Muha is Big Man on Campus. After lunch in a dining hall at the College of New Jersey, he finds tweets about Muha sightings. He spots his name on T-shirts that raised a record amount of money for last year's freshman class. Every so often, he trends on Twitter as students pray to him, praise him, and plead with him. He can't even buy jeans an hour from the Mercer County campus without being confronted with his fame. "I pass my credit card to the clerk, who looks . . . and then gasps," he said.
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September 25, 2014 | The Inquirer Staff
The College of New Jersey extended its season-opening win streak to eight games with a 4-1 field hockey win Tuesday at Gwynedd Mercy. Lindsey Hatch (Washington Township) scored on an assist from Jaclyn Douglas (Great Valley) and assisted on two other goals for the Lions. The Griffins fell to 4-3. Women's soccer. Gloucester Catholic graduate Korrie Harkins notched her third goal of the season as the College of New Jersey (6-1) rolled to a 5-0 win over visiting Fairleigh Dickinson-Florham (2-4-1)
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September 3, 2014 | By Jonathan Lai, Inquirer Staff Writer
As a small public college that targets top high school students, the College of New Jersey prides itself on high retention and graduation rates and regular recognition as a top economic value for families. What the suburban campus outside Trenton hasn't been able to brag about: A particular sense of place. "One of the things that we've often heard from our students and graduates is there's no real here here," said Curt Heuring, vice president of administration. "There's nothing to do, so people have a tendency to go home on weekends, or go to Route 1, or go to the malls in Pennsylvania, that kind of thing.
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January 22, 2014 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Arizona and Syracuse are the top two teams in the Associated Press top 25 for a seventh consecutive week. Again, Arizona (18-0) was the runaway No. 1, receiving 61 first-place votes from a 65-member national media panel. The Orange (18-0) got the other No. 1 votes. Michigan State moved up one place to third, while Villanova jumped two spots to fourth. Kansas has beaten three straight ranked opponents and jumped from 15th to No. 8. Rosemont 88, Neumann 78 - Freshman Kyle Lafferty (Central)
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September 23, 2013
The College of New Jersey women's tennis team earned its 151st straight New Jersey Athletic Conference victory, 9-0 over visiting Ramapo. The Lions are 3-0 in the conference. The Roadrunners fell to 3-1 in the NJAC. Senior Tara Criscuolo and sophomore Emma Allen (Moorestown) had an 8-1 win at second doubles, and junior Sarah Lippincott (Millville) and freshman Anna Prestera (Barnegat) posted a win in third doubles.  
SPORTS
December 6, 2012
Boys' Bowling NONLEAGUE Westampton Tech 4, Northern Burlington 0 Camden County Tech 2, Cherry Hill West 2 Girls' Bowling Northern Burlington 3, Westampton Tech 1 Camden County Tech 4, Cherry Hill West 0 Boys' Swimming CAPE-ATLANTIC LEAGUE Pleasantville at Lower Cape May, 4 Sacred Heart (N.J.) at Cedar Creek, 4:30 COLONIAL CONFERENCE Haddon Heights at Audubon, 6:15 OLYMPIC CONFERENCE Cherokee at Cherry Hill East, 4:30 NONLEAGUE Pitman at West Deptford, 4 Clearview at Mainland, 4 Northern Burlington at Millville, 4 Camden Catholic at Haddon Township, 7:30 Girls' Swimming OLYMPIC CONFERENCE Cherokee at Cherry Hill East, 4:45 NONLEAGUE Northern Burlington at Millville, 4 Clearview at Mainland, 4 Pitman at West Deptford, 4 Friday SOUTH JERSEY GROUP 5 FINAL Williamstown vs. Southern Reg. at Rowan, 7 Saturday CENTRAL JERSEY GROUP 1 FINAL Florence vs. Shore Regional at TCNJ, 10 a.m. SOUTH JERSEY GROUP 1 FINAL Woodbury vs. Penns Grove at Rowan, 10 a.m. SOUTH JERSEY GROUP 2 FINAL Cedar Creek vs. West Deptford at Rowan, 1 SOUTH JERSEY GROUP 3 FINAL Delsea vs. Northern Burlington at Rowan, 4 SOUTH JERSEY GROUP 4 FINAL Timber Creek vs. Kingsway at Rowan, 7 STATE NON-PUBLIC 1 FINAL St. Joseph vs. St. Mary-Rutherford at TCNJ, 4 STATE NON-PUBLIC 2 FINAL Holy Spirit vs. Immaculata at TCNJ, 7 SOUTH JERSEY GROUP...
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December 3, 2012 | By the Inquirer Staff
The 400-yard freestyle relay team of Adam Schneider (Cherry Hill East), Philip Hawley (Rancocas Valley), Brian Perez, and William Kasper finished first and posted an NCAA provisional qualifying time of 3 minutes, 3.72 seconds to lead the College of New Jersey men's swimming team to first place at its three-day invitational over the weekend. The Lions tallied 1,319 points, while the University of Bridgeport finished second with 857 points, and the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy took third with 718 points.
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October 1, 2012 | The Inquirer Staff
Delaware Valley quarterback Aaron Wilmer (George Washington) threw for 282 yards and a school-record six touchdowns as the Aggies jumped out to a 42-0 lead and finished with a 42-21 home triumph over Middle Atlantic Conference foe Albright College. The win was the third straight for Delaware Valley, improving its record to 3-2, 3-1. Albright fell to 3-2, 2-2. Wilmer completed 13 of 20 passes, including scoring tosses of 79, 7, 3, 5, 66, and 33 yards. Lincoln 55, Johnson C. Smith 53 - Tim Green's 77-yard interception with less than four minutes remaining was the difference as the host Lions (1-4, 1-1 CIAA)
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