Posts tagged Gannon

Erie County recruits prepare for major-college camps to open

By | August 2, 2013 11:04 am | 0 Comments


Major-college football programs throughout the country are getting ready to open practice, and Erie County fans will pay attention to at least a couple camps outside of Pennsylvania. Connecticut will open practice today, which remains relevant in the Erie area because General McLane graduate Quinn Thompson heads into his first camp with the Huskies. This is… View Article

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On Campus notebook: Area golfers cap Division I seasons

By | June 9, 2013 7:00 am | 0 Comments


This week’s On Campus notebook takes a look at six area golfers who finished off their Division I seasons recently. The area’s D-I golfers are Greg Podufal (Georgetown), a sophomore from Cathedral Prep; Gregor Orlando (Virginia), a senior from Cathedral Prep; Austin Romeo (Richmond), a sophomore from McDowell; Kelly Moylan (Lehigh), a sophomore from North… View Article

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Gannon, Mercyhurst golfers make all-PSAC teams

By | June 6, 2013 1:01 am | 0 Comments


Gannon’s Cameron Zbrzeznj was named the PSAC men’s golf freshman of the year Wednesday. The Cathedral Prep graduate also was named to the all-conference second team. Zbrzeznj averaged 75.9 strokes in 24 1/2 rounds and claimed a top-10 finish in seven of 12 events. He finished his year with a solid 10th-place finish at the NCAA Division II Atlantic/East… View Article

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On Campus notebook: Glowacki caps successful swimming career

By | June 2, 2013 7:00 am | 0 Comments


Cathedral Prep graduate Joe Glowacki recently finished a successful college swimming career at the University of Connecticut. Glowacki, who graduated cum laude with a 4.0 grade-point average in his final semester, was a team captain and four-time member of the Big East All-Academic Team. The butterfly specialist, a state medalist in high school, made the top 16 in… View Article

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Gannon’s Fugate claims MVP award at lacrosse all-star game

By | May 28, 2013 11:45 pm | 0 Comments


Gannon’s Jess Fugate made a big difference for the South squad at the NCAA Division II North-South women’s lacrosse senior all-star match Sunday at Cabrini College. Fugate had two goals and one assist with two draw controls to help the South win 14-13 and earn the Most Valuable Player award. Fugate’s Gannon teammate, Lauren Hunt, also played for… View Article

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Check out this week’s On Campus notebook

By | May 26, 2013 7:00 am | 0 Comments


Mercyhurst honored a pair of deserving senior athletes — volleyball standout Elyse Texido and basketball star Luis Leao – by recently naming them the Lakers’ Senior 
Female and Male Student-Athletes of the Year, respectively. Read more about the Lakers’ latest honorees in this week’s On Campus notebook. Also, the PSAC revealed its final Dixon Trophy standings for the… View Article

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Edinboro places 5th in race for Dixon Trophy

By | May 22, 2013 1:54 pm | 0 Comments


West Chester beat out Indiana (Pa.) to win the Dixon Trophy for the 2012-13 season. The award, given in each of the past 18 years to the PSAC’s top athletics program, is the first for West Chester. The Dixon Trophy is awarded to the PSAC school that accumulates the top score based on results of… View Article

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Gannon’s Decsey, Takagi named to academic all-district team

By | May 21, 2013 1:55 pm | 0 Comments


Gannon sophomore swimmer Michael Decsey and junior water polo standout Daisuke Takagi have been named to the Capital One Academic All-District II men’s at-large first team. With the honors, Decsey and Takagi are now eligible for the national ballot for Academic All-America consideration. Decsey, a political science major, compiled a 3.89 cumulative grade point average… View Article

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Gannon adds competitive cheerleading to athletic program

By | May 2, 2013 2:15 pm | 0 Comments


A few days after adding acrobatics and tumbling to its athletic program, Gannon University has added competitive cheerleading as well. Gannon athletic director Mark Richard made the announcement today. The university also hired former Widener coach Meghan Foran as the Gannon program’s first head coach. The new team, which is expected to feature 20 to… View Article

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Edinboro, Gannon make news with recent moves

By | March 8, 2013 11:34 am | 0 Comments


There’s been plenty of news out of Edinboro and Gannon the past few days. On Thursday, the biggest headline was the retirement of Greg Walcavich, Edinboro’s 24-year men’s basketball coach. He was a consistent winner for the Fighting Scots. Earlier in the week, Gannon announced it would build an indoor field house and renovate its… View Article

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