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Women’s basketball remain focused as playoffs approach

The Queens College women’s basketball team has maintained a 13-game winning streak, boosting the team’s season record from 8-3 to 21-3. Coach Beth Naumovski believes a key factor in their continued success is improved communication from earlier in the season, leading to better team chemistry on and off the court. “I think team chemistry is […]

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Knights close out historical season

The women’s basketball team made history with a 76-64 victory over Holy Family in the first round of the 2016 NCAA Division II East Regional on March 13 at Bentley University. It was the team’s third appearance and first victory in the NCAA tournament. Junior Madison Rowland scored 31 points, including 20 in the first […]

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A fairytale ending for two players

Kristin Korzevinski and Mackenzie Rowland achieved a milestone last month—scoring 1,000 career points for the women’s basketball team. Korzevinski and Rowland, both seniors, are the 11th and 12th players to get this honor, respectively. Korzevinski got it at the Jan. 27 match against St. Thomas Aquinas, which the team won 67-58. Meanwhile, Rowland scored 1,000 […]

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Knights eager to defend championship in upcoming season

Queens College women’s basketball team wants to capture back-to-back Eastern Conference Championships. In a preseason poll, the Knights were predicted to win the conference championship. They received nine of the 11 votes and topped the list with 117 total points. Head coach Elizabeth Naumovski enters her fifth season managing a team which won 20 games […]

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Reasons to love Madison Rowland, the sophomore sensation

The 1000th 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 career as a Lady Knight—Madison Rowland. On Feb. 18, Rowland scored her 1000th point as a sophomore. It is a […]

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How I got to live out my dream of being a journalist

On Jan. 4, I woke up around 7:45 a.m. with so much excitement and enthusiasm. I sprung out of bed like never before and did the usual morning routine. I ate a huge bowl of Honey Nut Cheerios (good for your heart). By 9:00 a.m. I was on the E train heading toward the World’s Most Famous Arena […]

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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 game that took place at MSG on Feb. 22, 1975. 40 years ago, Immaculata defeated Queens College 65-61. This time the […]

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