The Queens College Knights continued to dominate at home, although they’re still having trouble away from FitzGerald Gymnasium, as they dropped to second place in the New York Collegiate Athletic Conference last
On Tuesday night, the Knights took on Molloy College at home, and made them wish they’d stayed home. Although the Knights fell behind 30-21 with about six minutes left in the first half, they cut the deficit to three, 32-29, at halftime.
When March arrives and the playoffs are just getting started, winning teams might look back at certain key games down the stretch to boost their confidence and remind them that on any given night, they can emerge victorious. For the Lady Knights (10-10, 6-7 NYCAC), their 72-71 triumph over Concordia College this past Saturday evening could very well be one of those special games.
Led by Erin White and her career-high 36 points, the Lady Knights were able to pull out the win after almost blowing a 17-point halftime lead.
Soccer, or as it is known internationally, futbol, has been claimed as the “world’s sport” by Univision, the television station that broadcasts this sport to many countries around the globe, not to mention many cities in the United States.
But Queens College, one of the most worldly schools in this country, doesn’t even have a men’s soccer team, and hasn’t had one in fourteen years.