Interview with Monny Strickland

Monny Strickland is a Junior physics major here at Rowan University. Strickland graduated from Egg Harbor Township High School ¬†where he was the team captain as a senior in high school. For this season some of Strickland’s season high stats include the following

I had the opportunity to interview Monny and get to see what he had to say about baseball.



Rowan University’s Women’s Lacrosse team host Stockton University 4/11/17

Richard Wackar Stadium where the Rowan University Women’s Lacrosse team plays. Stockton University will be travelling on the road to play here(Photo/Jeremiah Daniels)

Hey all! I hope you are all enjoying this wonderful weather I know that I certainly am, on Tuesday April 11th, 2017 the Lacrosse team will host Stockton University.

Megan Donnely who plays Attack for the Rowan University Women’s lacrosse team(Photo/Rowan Athletics)

The Rowan University lacrosse team currently holds a positive record of 7-3. The team has been able to snag wins over Ursinus College, Western New England University, Denison University, Neumann University, Roanoke College, University of Scranton, and Cabrini University. On the other hand, the team currently holds losses against Salisbury University, Stevens Institute of Technology, and Catholic University.

Stockton University plays Widener University(Photo/Press of Atlantic City)

The opposing team Stockton University holds a record of 7-1, their victories come from United States Coast Academy, Widener University, St. Joseph’s College, Neumann University,Drew University, Elizabeth Town College, and Ramapo College. Their loss comes from Albright College.

The overall game should be a close one as both teams have been able to secure seven wins for themselves; and both teams will be hungry for another victory.

I asked Coach Delaney if they had any game plan established in order to win and she said the following,

“We never have a different game plan depending on the team and it is always our game plan and making the team have to adjust to us and our play-style,” “As long as we do that we’ll so fine on Tuesday,” Delaney stated.

Overall Delaney seemed confident that the team will carry on with their good play so far and pick up the win putting their record at 8-3.

I will be at the game on Tuesday; and I plan to capture some video footage of the game as well in order to share my experience with others.

Until next time GO PROFS!

Audio Interview with Lindsay Delaney

Lindsay Delaney the Head Coach of Rowan University Women’s Lacrosse Team.(Photo/Rowan University Athletics)

Hey all! This week I was able to conduct an audio interview with the head coach of the Women’s Lacrosse team, Lindsay Delaney. Delaney has been the head coach of the lacrosse team since 2008; and has also worked as a teacher teaching History previously. In this interview Delaney talks about her coaching philosophy, how she decides who starts during games, the pros and cons of coaching, what the team does well, and what the team needs to do to win against Stockton next week.