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McDowell grad Zabrosky has solid finish for Seton Hall

By | May 24, 2014 12:20 am | 0 Comments

 

Seton Hall’s women’s golf program made its first appearance in the NCAA Division I tournament, and sophomore Karlie Zabrosky, a McDowell grad, helped the Pirates finish in 21st place in the East Regionals at SouthWood Golf Club in Tallahassee, Fla. Zabrosky shot rounds of 80-75-77 for a 232 total, 16-over-par. She shot 1-over 37 on the… View Article

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Slocum’s YSU Penguins go 15-17

By | March 5, 2014 10:34 pm | 0 Comments

 

Youngstown State and former Gannon men’s coach Jerry Slocum’s bid for a third straight winning season fell short as the Penguins lost their final four games, including a 96-92 overtime loss to Oakland in the Horizon Conference playoffs Tuesday, to finish 15-17. The Penguins had excruciating losses all season, in the final four games they… View Article

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Toran’s advice to Mercyhurst — No need to call Gannon for help

By | November 3, 2012 12:16 am | 0 Comments

 

Maleek Toran knows what it feels like to be in Mercyhurst’s shoes. He was a true freshman in 2009 at Edinboro when the Scots needed Gannon to help them get in the NCAA Division II playoffs. In the final regular-season game, the Knights beat Bloomsburg in overtime, 10-7, to open the  door for Edinboro to… View Article

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Duane Rankin’s Week 8 recap

By | October 22, 2012 10:14 pm | 0 Comments

 

Let’s recap Week 8, shall we? Game of the week: No. 9 South Carolina at No. 3 Florida Final score: Gators 44, Gamecocks 11 Pregame rant: Despite losing to LSU, South Carolina can still find itself in the SEC title game, but must beat the Gators to do so. To see Steve Spurrier go back… View Article

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Jones tallying up the tackles in final season at Gannon

By | October 17, 2012 9:56 am | 0 Comments

 

Ashton Jones came into his senior year at Gannon with 17 total tackles in his two seasons there after a year at Erie Community College in New York. This season, the Erie native and Strong Vincent High graduate has 18 solo tackles alone. “It’s just reassurance that I’m able to play,” Jones said.  “My number… View Article

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The Romantic Era know all about the Gannon-Mercyhurst rivalry

By | October 12, 2012 11:36 pm | 0 Comments

 

The Romantic Era band members Connor Kimball, Bryant Kimball, Colin Kimball, Parris Williams and Ben Griffith have all played in the rivalry game between Gannon University and Mercyhurst University. Earlier this week, the band members talked about what it was like the play in the rivalry and gave predictions for Saturday’s noon game between the… View Article

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Toran to get start in place of Jackson for IUP game…

By | October 11, 2012 2:12 am | 0 Comments

 

EDINBORO – Earlier this week, Edinboro coach Scott Browning said he’ll start Erie native Maleek Toran for Saturday’s key PSAC West game against No. 22-ranked IUP (5-1, 2-1). A Central Tech graduate, Toran will replace junior cornerback James Jackson, who is serving  one-game suspension after getting ejected from last week’s 44-24 loss to Gannon. “Right… View Article

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Gannon-Edinboro rivalry has local flavor

By | October 3, 2012 1:05 pm | 0 Comments

 

Gannon University and Edinboro Universiy have their share of local athletes who will play in Saturday’s PSAC West rivalry game between the Knights and Scots at Sox Harrison Stadium in Edinboro. See what Edinboro senior Shawn Walker, who played at General McLane High School, and Gannon senior Ashton Jones, who played at Strong Vincent High… View Article

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McBride talks family, Final Four and future

By | May 11, 2012 11:19 pm | 0 Comments

 

Erie Times-News sports reporter Duane Rankin caught up with Notre Dame sophomore Kayla McBride at the Erie Spring Classic AAU basketball tournament Friday at Gannon University. The former Villa Maria Academy star talked about her AAU playing days, playing in the 2012 Final Four and the future of Notre Dame basketball.

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Younger Pettis took a different route

By | November 27, 2011 1:36 am | 0 Comments

 

It’s not always a given a school is going to recruit the younger brother. Gannon coach Jim Kiernan had a chance to go after Kenny Pettis, but didn’t even though he had his older brother, Tomar, there. “We had five safeties and we just weren’t going to take one,” Kiernan said. “That’s tough. You got… View Article

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