By Boranda Diaz. Last year, the Lehman Lightning Tennis teams finished 5-12 overall and 2-5 in the CUNY Athletic Conference (CUNYAC) standings. But things may be different this year. New coach Jeffery Menaker may be the ticket to the finals this year. Menaker has coached high school, college, and professional level teams since graduating […]
By Ricky Corporan. On October 18, 2014, both the men and women’s swim teams will begin their season at the College of Mount St. Vincent in the Bronx. Last year the men’s team finished with a score of 3 to 1 in the City University of New York Athletic Conference (CUNYAC) division, obtained a 5 […]
By Gabriel Lorenzo. Freshmen guard for the Lighting Women’s Basketball team Amely del Rosario was named Rookie of the Year for the Eastern College Athletic Conference Division III Metro Region.
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.
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 […]
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.
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.
By David Britt. Giants fans need to see reality right now. There is a chance that the Giants miss the playoffs.
By David Britt In order to perform at their best, athletes must keep themselves in top physical shape.
By David Britt The words that all fans hate to utter: There’s always next year.