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Women in Sports: Forever Changing the Game

Women in Sports: Forever Changing the Game

It is no lie that the sport industry is male-dominant. When you hear the big names like famous football announcer John Madden, previous New Jersey Devils general manager Lou Lamoriello or current owne ...

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Spring Break Perfection for Women’s Lacrosse

Spring Break Perfection for Women’s Lacrosse

The ladies of the Montclair State women’s lacrosse team came out on top this spring break, not once, but three times while on the road. The Red Hawks pulled off a perfect record during their break fro ...

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Montclair State Men’s Lacrosse Looks to Shine at Upcoming Homestand

Montclair State Men’s Lacrosse Looks to Shine at Upcoming Homestand

This year’s Montclair State men’s lacrosse team has started the 2017 season off 0-5. Still, the Red Hawks have time to set the ship right with a two-game homestand, starting March 18 at Sprague Field. ...

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1977: The Year  of The Blaze

1977: The Year of The Blaze

For New York City and the rest of the world, 1977 was a year of firsts. It was the year of record-breaking athletes like Carol Blazejowski, standout stars like John Travolta, advances in science and t ...

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Blaze Shoots and Scores: Breaking Down the Record for Most Points in a Game in Iconic Madison Square Garden

Blaze Shoots and Scores: Breaking Down the Record for Most Points in a Game in Iconic Madison Square Garden

The date was March 6, 1977, a day that was scheduled for the first ever double header for Women’s college basketball at Madison Square Garden. The first of the matches would be the Montclair State Red ...

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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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