Posts Tagged ‘Lady Knights’
 

 
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The women's softball came out swinging hard in its new season and got the ECC championship in the end.

QC softball team wins ECC championship after a decade

Queens College women’s softball team continued their strong season by bringing home the 2015 East Coast Conference championship on May 2. The Lady Knights defeated LIU Post 2-0. This championship is the teams first since 2001...
by Hans Themistode
 

 
 
 

Men’s and women’s track and field team surge at the right time

Both Queens College’s men and women’s track and field teams are picking up steam heading toward the final leg of the season. Both were dominant all year long recently broke the school record for the 4 by 4 relays at the Rid...
by Hans Themistode
 

 
 
 

Women’s tennis team swings for another strong season

The Queens College women’s tennis Team ended their fall season with a record of 10-2 and a loss in the ECC Championship to NYIT. The team ranked 37th nationally and third in the East. The women’s tennis Team has been ranked...
by Pala Ali
 

 

 

1,000 reasons to love Madison Rowland, the sophomore sensation.

The 1,000th point club is composed of the most remarkably talented and hard-working athletes in their respectable sport. This season Queens College women’s basketball team added one athlete who continues to turn heads in her ...
by Tori Bowser
 

 
 

Lady Knights Fencing eyes upcoming regionals

Queens College’s Lady Knights fencing team defeated Yeshiva University to begin their season on Nov. 16 at The Matt Lampell Invitational. According to the NCAA rules, there are only nine dates competitions can be scheduled on...
by Albert Roman
 

 

 
Photo by Albert Roman
The Lady Knights won in the Maggie Dixon Classic against Immaculata College.

Lady Knights take “The Garden” by storm 

Queens College’s Lady Knights emerged victorious in the Maggie Dixon Classic at the world’s most famous arena, Madison Square Garden, on Jan. 4. They faced Immaculata’s Mighty Macs to honor the first women’s basketball ...
by Albert Roman