Men’s Basketball – With wins over Pace and Wilmington University after the holiday break, the Eagles sit atop the Central Athletic Collegiate Conference (CACC) North Division at 9-6 overall, and 5-3 in the CACC. Post enters a very tough stretch of schedule with five of their next seven games on the road, including two against CACC South Division leaders Philadelphia University and Holy Family University. With four players averaging double digit points, including sophomore guard Tyler Desrosiers, sophomore forward Matt Mareno, freshman forward Tamas Okros and redshirt sophomore guard Jah’sheme Ringgold, Post will look to continue to spread the scoring around and maintain their lead in the CACC North.
Women’s Basketball – It’s been a difficult season thus far for the Eagles, who have yet to capture their first win of the season. After single-digit losses to Goldey-Beacom College and Saint Michael’s College this month, Post sits at the bottom of the CACC North. The Eagles will host Philadelphia University this Saturday, January 23, before heading on the road to face Caldwell University, Georgian Court and Concordia College next week. Junior guard Jovan Kingwood leads the Eagles in scoring with nearly 15 points per game, while junior forward Tyra Jones has led the team in rebounds while averaging a double-double.
Men’s Ice Hockey – Post is 1-8 in their inaugural season after loses to instate foe Fairfield University, Morrisville State and Keene State this month. However, the Eagles did score six goals over that three game span, and have a chance to notch a second victory against the club teams from Quinnipiac University and Trinity College upcoming. With over 20 freshman and sophomore on the squad, Post will hope to gain as much experience as possible over their remaining six games before moving into the team’s first offseason together.