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Sunday, November 19, 2017

Montclair State Football Fades Away in Second Half vs. Wesley, Loses 26-7

When the final whistle blew on Saturday, Oct. 28, the scoreboard at Sprague Field read 26-7 in favor of the visiting Wesley College Wolverines,...

Red Hawks Field Hockey Suffers Second Straight Loss

On Friday, Oct. 13, the Montclair State University field hockey team traveled to Glassboro, New Jersey, the home of Rowan University with hopes of...

Montclair State Field Hockey Gives First Lost to Undefeated Kean

On Tuesday, Oct. 17, the Montclair State University Red Hawks snatched a crucial 3-2 victory to get back on their winning track and break...

Women’s Soccer Makes NJAC Championship Tournament

The women’s soccer team has had quite an impressive run this season, to say the least. The Red Hawks finished the regular season with a...

Red Hawks Falter on Homecoming in a Clash with NJAC-Leading Salisbury, 28-10

It was homecoming game this Saturday, Oct. 14, and the stakes were high. Returning alumni and current Montclair State University faithfuls alike streamed into...

Red Hawks Look to Hold On to Playoff Spot in Last Four Matches

This weekend, the Montclair State University women’s volleyball team lost three of four games at the Stevens Invitational. Despite taking the first set 30-28,...

Men’s Hockey Captures First Victory of the Season

This past homecoming weekend, Friday, Oct. 13 and Saturday, Oct. 14, the Montclair State University men’s club ice hockey team suffered a loss against...

Competitive Co-ed Cheerleading in Montclair State’s Future

For the first time at Montclair State University, the cheerleading program is attempting to create a co-ed team. The co-ed team will be separate...

Field Hockey 12-Game Winning Streak Snapped By Rival TCNJ

As the clouds dispersed across the sky and blocked out the sun, the setting of the game was bound to become eerie and vicious....

Men’s Hockey Continues to Look for Their First Win of the Season

The men's club ice hockey team struggles with a 4-2 loss against Marist College and a 6-3 loss against the University of Delaware on Oct. 6 and 7
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