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Thursday, November 23, 2017

Men’s Soccer Wins 5 Straight, Routs Yeshiva College 7-1

The Montclair State University’s men’s soccer team has been on quite the tear lately. The Red Hawks have won five games in a row,...

Softball Splits Rebel Spring Games: Team 5-5 after trip to Florida

It was a streaky performance from Montclair State in the Rebel Spring Games as they spent spring break in Kissimmee, Fla. to open up...

Acclaimed Sports Memorabilia Appraiser comes to Yogi Berra Museum

In the small Yankees Stadium-style auditorium at the Yogi Berra Museum, David Laird, a Verona resident, revealed his 1978 autographed baseball, covered in signatures...

Stuck in a Rut

Montclair State football drops to 0-2 on the season. If the week one loss against Delaware Valley College wasn’t enough heartbreak for the Montclair State...

Montclair State Women’s Lacrosse in Must-Win Situation

The Red Hawks are now 1-2 in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) and will face their biggest challenges in the final three games...

Men’s Basketball Moving in the Right Direction

As students were on winter break, the Montclair State men’s basketball team continued their season. The Red Hawks defeated Kean University 71-45 on Wednesday,...

With A Strong 2014 Season, Women’s Soccer Strives For More Success

The 2015 season started for Montclair State University’s Women’s Soccer team as they opened up their schedule on Sept. 1 with a game against...

An Exciting NFL Season

This NFL season has been entertaining from the start and is only looking to get more interesting going forward. So far, there are five...

Stella Slams Spring Sports

    A week after rocking the East Coast, Winter Storm Stella is still affecting Montclair State spring sports and their schedules. The ten inches of snow...
Junior Koedi Shakir started Montclair State's club field hockey team with one of her former high school teammates. Photo courtesy of Koedi Shakir.

Former Varsity Athlete Starts Club Field Hockey Team

“Field hockey is the kind of sport—it’s kind of like riding a bike—you don’t really forget how to do it,” said Koedi Shakir, a...
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