College of New Jersey (Lions) - Sample Listing

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State: New Jersey
Division: NCAA Division III
Sport: Football
Major: Biology
Enrollment: All

ATHLETIC INFORMATION

Conference (National): NCAA Division III
Conference (Regional): New Jersey Athletic Conference

Athletic Director: John Castaldo
SWA: Kirsten Clark
Sports Info Director: Mark Gola

Athletics Website: Click here
Athletics Phone: 609-771-2230

Varsity Sports Sponsored: Baseball, Basketball (M), Basketball (W), Cross Country (M), Cross Country (W), Field Hockey (Club), Field Hockey Varsity, Football, Ice Hockey (Club), Lacrosse (Club), Lacrosse Varsity (W), Rugby, Soccer (M), Soccer (W), Softball, Swimming/Diving (M), Swimming/Diving (W), Tennis (M), Tennis (W), Track (M), Track (W), Wrestling

FOOTBALL COACHING INFORMATION

Coach: Eric Hamilton, 609-771-2340
EMail: hamilton@tcnj.edu
Website: Click here

SCHOOL INFORMATION

Address: P.O. Box 7718, 2000 Pennington Road, Ewing, NJ 08628-0718

Undergraduate Enrollment: 4800

School Website: Click here
Financial Aid Website: Click here

Academic Majors Offered: Anthropology, Art, Biology, Business Administration/Accounting/Finance, Chemistry, Classical Studies, Communications, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Economics, Education (Teacher), Engineering, English, Fine Arts, Foreign Languages, History, International Studies, Mathematics, Music, Nursing, Philosophy, Physical Education/Exercise Science, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Religion/Theology, Sociology, Women's Studies

MASCOT INFORMATION

Mascot Name: LIONS

History: The “Lions” became the mascot for The College of New Jersey back in 1928 when they were known as Normal School (later to become Trenton State College). Basketball coach Earl H. Dean exhorted his squad to act like lions in the second half of a game in which they trailed. The press picked up the nickname and the “Lions” became the unofficial mascot until former athletic director Roy VanNess began a drive to make the lion a vital part of the school’s athletic picture.