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February 19, 2017 Thomas More Falls to Muskingum in Season Opener (CRESTVIEW HILLS, Ky.) – The Thomas More College women’s lacrosse team fell 11-8 to Muskingum University today (Sunday, February 19, 2017) in its season opener at BB&T Field in Crestview Hills, Kentucky.
February 18, 2017 No. 2/4 Saints Trump Presidents, 73-50, For Undefeated Regular Season (WASHINGTON, Pa.) – The No. 2/4-ranked Thomas More College women’s basketball completed it’s fifth undefeated regular season today (Saturday, February 18, 2017) as it defeated Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) rival Washington & Jefferson College, 73-50, at the Henry Memorial Center in Washington, Pennsylvania.
February 18, 2017 Thomas More Rallies to Defeat W&J to Clinch Share of PAC Regular Season (WASHINGTON, Pa.) – The Thomas More College men’s basketball team won a share of its third Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) regular season title in program history today (Saturday, February 18, 2017) as it defeated Washington & Jefferson College, 65-60, inside the Henry Memorial Center in Washington, Pennsylvania.
February 18, 2017 Women's Track & Field Finishes Fifth at DePauw Tiger Classic (GREENCASTLE, Ind.) – The Thomas More College women’s track & field team finished fifth today (Saturday, February 18, 2017) at the DePauw University Tiger Classic at Hollensteiner Track in Greencastle, Indiana.
February 18, 2017 Men's Track & Field Finishes Fourth at DePauw Tiger Classic (GREENCASTLE, Ind.) – The Thomas More College men’s track & field team finished fourth today (Saturday, February 18, 2017) at the DePauw University Tiger Classic at Hollensteiner Track in Greencastle, Indiana.
February 15, 2017 Saints Move Into Share of First Place With an 87-78 Win Over Saint Vincent (CRESTVIEW HILLS, Ky.) In front of a lively crowd tonight (February 15, 2017) inside the Connor Convocation Center, the Thomas More College men’s basketball team was able to pull out an 87-78 victory over President Athletic Conference (PAC) opponent Saint Vincent College.