Cabrini Cavaliers

Schedule

All times Eastern
Overall: 19-11 - Conference: 11-1
11/13 vs. Eastern Final L, 69-55
11/16 at Wesleyan Final W, 69-61 BX
@ Swarthmore, PA
11/17 vs. Goucher Final L, 61-57 BX
@ Swarthmore, PA
11/20 vs. Rosemont Final W, 73-64 BX
11/26 at William Paterson Final L, 63-54 BX RC
11/28 at Scranton Final L, 65-51 BX RC
12/1 at Gwynedd Mercy * • Final W, 66-65 BX RC
12/4 vs. Elizabethtown Final W, 75-65 BX
12/7 vs. Brooklyn Final W, 74-62 BX
12/19 vs. Wartburg Final L, 68-48 BX
@ Las Vegas,Nev. (Cent Hills Com Center)
12/20 vs. Salisbury Final L, 70-56 BX
12/30 vs. SUNY New Paltz Final W, 72-61 BX
@ Bethlehem, Pa. - Johnston Hall
12/31 at Moravian Final L, 83-69 BX PH
1/5 at DeSales Final L, 71-39 BX
1/9 vs. Marywood * • Final W, 75-45 BX
1/12 vs. Wesley * • Final W, 84-50 BX
1/16 vs. Immaculata * • Final W, 86-56
1/19 at Neumann * • Final W, 89-68 BX
1/23 vs. Marymount * • Final W, 54-51 BX
1/27 vs. Gwynedd Mercy * • Final W, 91-74 BX
1/30 at Marywood * • Final W, 66-42 BX
2/6 at Wesley * • Final W, 74-54 BX
2/9 vs. Immaculata * • Final W, 80-59
2/13 vs. Neumann * • Final W, 75-67 BX
2/16 at Marymount * • Final L, 66-50 BX PH
2/21 vs. Marywood Final - OT W, 78-68 BX
2/23 at Marymount Final L, 77-68 BX
3/1 vs. Stevenson Final W, 78-58 BX
3/2 vs. Grove City Final W, 63-60
3/3 vs. New York University Final L, 82-74 BX

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 19-11 - Conference: 11-1
12/1 at Gwynedd Mercy * • W, 66-65 BX RC
1/9 vs. Marywood * • W, 75-45 BX
1/12 vs. Wesley * • W, 84-50 BX
1/16 vs. Immaculata * • W, 86-56
1/19 at Neumann * • W, 89-68 BX
1/23 vs. Marymount * • W, 54-51 BX
1/27 vs. Gwynedd Mercy * • W, 91-74 BX
1/30 at Marywood * • W, 66-42 BX
2/6 at Wesley * • W, 74-54 BX
2/9 vs. Immaculata * • W, 80-59
2/13 vs. Neumann * • W, 75-67 BX
2/16 at Marymount * • L, 66-50 BX PH

(* Conference; • Region)
/conf/AEC/Women/2018-19/standings-div1 : /conf/AEC/Women/2018-19/standings-div2 : /conf/AEC/Women/2018-19/standings

2018-19

Marymount 11-1 22-5
Cabrini 11-1 19-11
Marywood 7-5 13-14
Neumann 6-6 14-13
Immaculata 4-9 8-19
Gwynedd Mercy 3-9 10-16
Wesley 0-12 5-20

Past Records

2017-18 (26-3, 16-0 CSAC)
2016-17 (16-13, 12-4 CSAC)
2015-16 (19-10, 13-3 CSAC)
2014-15 (24-4, 16-0 CSAC)
2013-14 (24-5, 15-1 CSAC)
2012-13 (24-4, 16-0 CSAC)
2011-12 (12-14, 10-6 CSAC)
2010-11 (10-14, 9-7 CSAC)
2009-10 (15-11, 10-4 CSAC)
2008-09 (23-5, 15-1 CSAC)
2007-08 (21-7, 14-2 CSAC)
2006-07 (19-9, 13-3 CSAC)

Team Info

Coach: Kate Pearson
Conference: AEC

Cabrini

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 1678
Location: Radnor, PA
Colors: Blue, Black, White
Region: Atlantic
Arena: Dixon Center (1200)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

February 22, 2017 Wednesday: Upstate upstarts Union outlasted St. Lawrence in double overtime and Hobart upset Skidmore to oust the top two seeds in the Liberty League tournament. Elsewhere Moravian knocked Susquehanna into the at-large pool and two sixth seeds advanced on the women's side.
July 27, 2016 Five advance in NCAA Woman of the Year process The NCAA announced the 142 athletes who have been nominated by their conference for recognition as the Association's Woman of the Year, and they include five Division III basketball players. Find out whom was selected and what happens next inside.
December 31, 2015 Cabrini Rallies from 4th Quarter Deficit to Top Rowan 77-75 in OT RADNOR, Pa. – The Cavaliers rallied from a 14 point fourth quarter deficit to score a 77-75 overtime win over the visiting Rowan University Profs in the final game of the Cabrini Holiday Classic today at Nerney Field House.
March 6, 2015 Cavaliers Ends Season with 60-57 NCAA Tournament Loss GENESEO, N.Y. – The Cabrini women’s basketball season came to an end tonight, as the No. 19 Cavaliers suffered a 60-57 loss to Muhlenberg College in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament. The loss ends the season at 24-4 overall, tied for the most wins in program history.
February 28, 2015 Cabrini Tops Immaculata 68-53 for 1st Three-Peat in CSAC History RADNOR, Pa. – After a tight first half that saw three lead changes and four ties, the No. 21 Cavaliers dominated the second half, outscoring Immaculata 42-26, en route to the team’s third consecutive CSAC title and eighth overall.