It’s called home court advantage for a reason

February 12, 2013 10:00 am

OUR TAKE: Start standing up, making noise, and defending our home court When a team sees Eastern Nazarene College on their schedule, they need to dread the entire bus ride here. They need to hear our students in their heads louder than the music that’s pumping through their headphones. They need […]

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Women’s basketball clinging to playoff hopes

January 29, 2013 10:00 am
Women’s basketball clinging to playoff hopes

The  women’s basketball team has had a shaky 2012-13 season, winning no more than two games in a row all season. The Lions are 9-9 this season, and 4-7 in conference play. With seven games left, ENC is currently in 7th place in the Commonwealth Coast Conference. On Jan. 5, […]

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Featured alumnus: Ex-cross-country captain, Chris Reilly

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Featured alumnus: Ex-cross-country captain, Chris Reilly

Chris Reilly, a 2009 graduate of ENC, placed 1st out of 156 runners in the Temple, N.H., Peanut Butter Chip Chase 5K on January 1, 2013. He finished the 3.1-mile race with a time of 18:09. Reilly majored in physical education at ENC and was captain of the cross-country team. […]

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Basketball’s winningest season since 1997

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Basketball’s winningest season since 1997

The year was 1997: Michael Jordan had captured yet another NBA championship, Bill Clinton was still in office, and “Titanic” debuted in theaters. Since that year, the men’s basketball team has not had a winning record. But, after 15 years of subpar seasons, the Lions are on pace to not […]

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#OccupyGardner

November 6, 2012 1:54 am

On Wednesday, Oct. 24, the sight of the women’s soccer team and its supporters occupying the steps of Gardner Hall greeted students as they made their way to and from class. Trending on Twitter as #OccupyGardner and #ENCWSWantsVeterans, the team’s goal was clear: Get Veterans Memorial Stadium for the women’s […]

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Women’s soccer makes ENC history

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The women’s soccer team made history this season by earning their first-ever home playoff game and by making the CCC semifinals. In a battle for first place in the CCC, ENC faced Gordon College’s Fighting Scots on Oct. 20 during homecoming. Gordon scored early, netting a goal in the 6th […]

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Men’s soccer: The tale of two different teams

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For the first time in 10 years, the men’s soccer team made the CCC playoffs this season. The Lions began their season 0-4-1 in the CCC before tying Endicott Sept. 22 in a double overtime game. Three of their final four games resulted in wins, which brought the Lions to […]

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Future bright after volleyball just misses playoffs

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Women’s volleyball narrowly missed the 2012 CCC playoffs after finishing the season 13-16 (2-6). The team won two of their final three games, beating Salem St. on Oct. 20, and defeating Wentworth on the road on Oct. 27, for the second time this season. The Lions’ homecoming win against Salem […]

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