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Posts published in November 2010

Around the Horn

MLB Texas Rangers closer Neftali Feliz was named American League rookie of the Year. Feliz, who set a rookie record with 40 saves and ran up radar guns with his lively arm. World Champion San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey took the National League Rookie of the Year Award with…

Field Hockey Falls in Last Game

The C.W. Post women’s field hockey team saw their season come to a close this past Saturday in Pennsylvania. The Pioneers walked away from their matchup against defending Division II National Champion Bloomsburg University with a 4-0 loss, dropping their record to 9-10 while boosting the Huskies’ to an impressive…

Another Season in the Books

The 2010 C.W. Post Men’s soccer team finished with a record of 7-8-2 (4-3), which qualified them to reach the East Coast Conference Championships. In the championships, Post squared off against a tough Dowling squad and lost a heartbreaker via penalty kicks. “A loss is a loss,” said senior forward…

Niciforo Nets Two; Pioneers Head to Semi-Finals

The C.W. Post Women’s soccer team is on their way to the third round of the 2010 NCAA Division II Women’s Soccer Championships after defeating the American International College (AIC) Yellow Jackets on Sunday. The lady Pioneers continued their on-field domination by shutting AIC out 2-0. During the first half…

Annual Turkey Trot

The 2010 C.W. Post Turkey Trot was a huge success yet again for the 9th straight year. Athletes, staff members, students, and walkers all participated in the five-kilometer race in which they all donated non-perishable foods for families in need for the upcoming holiday.

X’s & O’s

A thrilling 42-38 win over Slippery Rock put a bow on an exciting season of Pioneers football. Even at 7-4, the Pioneers fell short of the playoffs and will ride into the off-season as spectators again. But with any season come the end-of-season awards, the best players and moments from…

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The women’s swimming team lost its first meet to Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU) this past Saturday.  The Pioneers fell behind with a final score of 138-152. “It was tough because we are a small team compared to them,” said Sandra Kirstein, the C.W. Post sophomore. Despite having only 10…

CW Post vs Poland Spring

As reported in the Pioneer on October 27, the Jericho Water District guaranteed that it is supplying the C.W. Post campus with the best water.  It said it would be even better than bottled water. So, the Pioneer decided to test the truth of that promise.  After holding a taste…

The Darkside of the Most Reliable Source

Ever hear the saying you must take the good in with the bad? For most of us, the world wide web is used on a daily basis. From ordering movie tickets to watching a quick Youtube on how to do Beyonce’s “Single Ladies” dance, it’s safe to say you can…