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Montclair State Volleyball No Match for Stockton

The Montclair State Women’s Volleyball team’s offense was a no show as Stockton University overpowered the Red Hawks and swept the match 3-0 on...

Women’s Soccer Splits New England College Invitational

Last Sunday, the Montclair State women’s soccer team lost in the second round of the New England College tournament 3-2 in 2OT to SUNY...

Red Hawks Field Hockey has Their Eye on the Prize

After failing to capture the NJAC title and losing in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, the Montclair State Field Hockey team looks...

Volleyball Looks for Another Record Breaking Season

Last season was the Red Hawks best season ever. Going 26-9, including a 13-1 record at home, the Red Hawks look to raise the...

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...

Blaze Shoots and Scores: Breaking Down the Record for Most Points...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...