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On Campus Cram Session: Blazek leads Gannon surge

By | January 22, 2014 9:22 am | 0 Comments


Cram Session features quick-hitting athlete updates and commentary: BASKETBALL: • The Gannon men’s basketball team has been surging in the PSAC West standings recently, and Cathedral Prep graduate Adam Blazek has been a big reason why. Blazek, a 6-foot 1-inch junior guard,  leads the Golden Knights with an average of 15.1 points per game and… View Article

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Gannon’s Hammermill Center set to reopen tonight

By | January 15, 2014 4:46 pm | 0 Comments


    Gannon University’s Hammermill Center will be utilized tonight for the first time since smoke from a Dec. 23 fire caused extensive damage. An Erie Times-News story today documented the repairs that were completed after the fire. What a way to reopen the gym: Indiana (Pa.) will bring its two powerhouse teams to Erie to face… View Article

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On Campus notebook: Behrend dominates in fall sports

By | December 8, 2013 7:00 am | 0 Comments


The Penn State Behrend fall sports teams set the bar high for the Lions’ future programs. The Lions made AMCC history by winning every fall championship, resulting in a commanding lead atop the Presidents Cup standings. The Lions are in first with 
67 points, followed by Penn State Altoona (451⁄2). Read about Behrend’s accomplishment and… View Article

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Gannon, Mercyhurst open PSAC seasons with success

By | November 21, 2013 2:04 am | 0 Comments


It was a busy night of early-season college basketball as the Gannon and Mercyhurst teams combined to go 4-0 in PSAC West openers Wednesday. • The Gannon men tipped off their season with a 59-51 victory against Cal at the Hammermill Center. Adam Blazek’s 20 points led the Knights in front of 1,215 fans at the ‘Mill…. View Article

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Erie-area grads to play for Slippery Rock in PSAC football title game

By | November 14, 2013 1:19 pm | 0 Comments


Several former District 10 standouts are set play in the PSAC Championship Game on Saturday when Slippery Rock (9-1) visits Bloomsburg (9-1). A pair of Strong Vincent graduates and brothers, Kevin Green and Robert Joyce, each made contributions to Slippery Rock’s 55-21 victory over Seton Hill on Saturday. Green, a sophomore cornerback, had a season-high… View Article

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4 Gannon soccer players make Academic All-District team

By | November 8, 2013 12:55 am | 1 Comment


Gannon’s Michelle Genetin, Mani Brueckner, Robbie Bennett and Alex Perri were named to the Capital One Academic All-District II soccer first teams recently. Genetin has a 3.76 cumulative grade-point average as a nutrition and human performance major. The junior forward is Gannon’s second-leading scorer with five goals, one assist and 11 points. Brueckner, a sophomore… View Article

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Kulka, Joyce, other D-10 grads aid Slippery Rock’s run

By | November 5, 2013 6:35 pm | 0 Comments


The Slippery Rock University football team is on a roll, and several former District 10 stars have made hefty contributions along the way. After a victory over perennial powerhouse California on Saturday, The Rock is 8-1 overall and 5-1 in the PSAC West and needs only a win over 0-9 Seton Hill to claim the… View Article

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Gannon women top PSAC West preseason poll

By | October 30, 2013 11:45 pm | 0 Comments


The Gannon University women and the IUP men were selected No. 1 in the PSAC West basketball coaches polls announced Wednesday. The Lady Knights collected six first-place votes, with Edinboro picked second, and IUP and California tied for third. Mercyhurst was picked to finish seventh out of the nine teams. The Gannon women, a Division… View Article

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On Campus notebook: Peluso gets surprise visit from former teammates

By | October 13, 2013 7:00 am | 0 Comments


  Former Fort LeBoeuf volleyball standout Maria Peluso got a surprise visit from her former teammates Friday night. Peluso, a freshman libero with Shippensburg, was the 
2012 Erie Times-News 
District 10 Volleyball 
Player of the Year after leading the Bison to an unbeaten season and their first PIAA championship. Fort LeBoeuf’s coaches and players visited East… View Article

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PSAC picks Shull as nominee for big NCAA honor

By | June 12, 2013 1:20 am | 0 Comments


The postseason honors keep coming for Kayla Shull. Shull, a Rocky Grove graduate and former Clarion swimmer, has been selected as the PSAC’s nominee for the NCAA Woman of the Year award. Shull, a Capital One First Team Academic All-All-American on the women’s at-large team, is one of hundreds of graduating female student-athletes throughout America that… View Article

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