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Baseball Lightning Strikes Out

By Gabriel Lorenzo. The Lehman Lightning Baseball team has struggled lately, having lost nine consecutive games. The team is particularly weak on offense and the mound. On their current losing streak, The Lehman Lightning’s opponents have averaged 10.2 runs and 9.1 hits a game.

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Men’s Volleyball Flunk Midterm Week Games

By Gabriel Lorenzo. On Tuesday, March 25, the Men’s Volleyball team suffered a very demoralizing loss for  as they coughed up a close game at home to NYU-Poly. The Lightning looked to have the momentum on their side entering the final set of the game as they started off on an 8-3 run. NYU scored […]

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CSI Outswims Lightning at Championships

Basilisa Alonso. The men’s Lightning team entered the 2014 CUNY Athletic Conference Swimming and Diving Championships as defending champions but were edged out by the Staten Island Dolphins. The Women’s Lightning team rounded out the 2014 season in sixth place.

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Men’s Swimming & Diving Teams Win Championship Trophy

by Shanika Sealy. On Saturday, February 2, the Lehman Lighting Men’s team won the 2013 CUNYAC Swimming and Diving championships ending the competition with 761 points.

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Giants Might Miss Playoffs

By David Britt. Giants fans need to see reality right now. There is a chance that the Giants miss the playoffs.

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Healthy Tips for Lehman Athletes

By David Britt In order to perform at their best, athletes must keep themselves in top physical shape.

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There’s Always Next Year for The Yankees

By David Britt The words that all fans hate to utter: There’s always next year.

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What Happened to Andruw Jones?

By David Britt. This may very well be the last year of Andruw Jones’ career.

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Three’s Company for Miami Heat

By Christopher Bethea. After seven years without a championship ring, LeBron James said that he wanted to “take his talents to South Beach.”

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The Top 10 Worst Losses in the Olympic Games

By Christopher Bethea. The London 2012 Olympic Games has seen many champions. Champions such as Usain Bolt, Gabby Douglas, and Serena Williams are household names in their respective sport, but what about those who lost to them? Here are some of their harrowing stories of televised dishonor. 

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