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Blaze for the Gold, and the Olympic Boycott of 1980

Blaze for the Gold, and the Olympic Boycott of 1980

With a record-setting career in women’s basketball, making history at Madison Square Garden, and being the lead scorer at world championship games, it was inevitable for Carol Blazejowski to seek the ...

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Women’s College Basketball During the Blaze Era

Women’s College Basketball During the Blaze Era

In the 1970s women’s college basketball was a very different game than what it is today. Modern-day viewers are used to big time programs from big time conferences dominating the basketball landscape, ...

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A Look at Blaze Within These Pages

A Look at Blaze Within These Pages

Carol Blazejowski’s career started here as a freshman “Squaw” playing for Montclair State College. Being a freshman meant that Blaze was held to very high standards on the court. She needed to be the ...

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Carol Blazejowski: A  Montclair State Legend

Carol Blazejowski: A Montclair State Legend

“She’s a pioneer in women’s athletics.” In the words of Dr. Jean Ficke, the dean of the Graduate School and a former coach of hers, Carol Blazejowski is revolutionary when speaking about women’s baske ...

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Red Hawks Lose in First Round of SECHL – NYU Claims the Championship

Red Hawks Lose in First Round of SECHL – NYU Claims the Championship

Through the weekend of Feb. 17-19, Floyd Hall Arena hosted the Super East Collegiate Hockey League (SECHL) playoffs as six teams competed for the championship. William Paterson (26 points), New York U ...

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EDITORIAL:  Rule Changes  in Sports

EDITORIAL: Rule Changes in Sports

  No sport is safe from the inevitable chatter of executives wanting to make a change for the sake of sprucing things up. This time, Major League Baseball (MLB) has put forth a new rule change to ...

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Men’s Ice Hockey Generates Confidence After Victory Over Marist

Men’s Ice Hockey Generates Confidence After Victory Over Marist

On Saturday Feb. 11, the men’s ice hockey team ensured its final win of the 2016-17 regular season against Marist College, resulting in a final score of 2-1. The puck dropped a little after 4:15 p.m. ...

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Jovanni Chatham:  Leader on the Court

Jovanni Chatham: Leader on the Court

As the basketball season at Montclair State University continues to roll into the final stages of the regular season, there is one name who is looking to excel in the last few weeks of his junior year ...

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But Why? A look into the Greek Life Versus Athletic Requirements on Campus

But Why? A look into the Greek Life Versus Athletic Requirements on Campus

Montclair State University. 534 athletes. 1,300 Greeks. Over 20,000 students in total. For being a 68 percent commuter-based school, these Red Hawks are pretty active on campus. Montclair State is a D ...

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Hip Hop and Basketball: A Red Hawks Connection

Hip Hop and Basketball: A Red Hawks Connection

Hip-hop has been the symbolic sound of basketball for the vast majority of the sport’s existence. A great deal of hip-hop culture involves basketball. From the courts in inner cities to the pre-game s ...

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