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McDowell graduates Ashley Samluk and Brenna Cosgrove had standout softball seasons in the PSAC. Both made the all-conference first team this week. Samluk, a sophomore at Slippery Rock, was named the PSAC West Division’s top third baseman. Cosgrove, a senior at Edinboro, was one of three first-team outfielders. Samluk had 21 RBIs and led the… View Article
Last week, Slippery Rock edged Edinboro, 38-31, in overtime. Here’s a video interview with Rock head coach George Mihalik after the game. The Scots (3-4, 2-3) play PSAC West rival Mercyhurst (6-2, 4-1) Saturday at noon while Slippery Rock (4-4, 3-2) plays at No. 13-ranked California (Pa.) (7-1, 5-0).
It’s as plain as day. To remind its players the importance of beating Slippery Rock, Edinboro has been placing a sizable rock painted green on display in its football office for years. Slippery Rock’s school colors are green and white. The Scots face this PSAC West rival Saturday at 2 p.m. at Mihalik-Thompson Stadium in… View Article
Cam. RGIII. Vick. Vlad. Vlad? If only he was taller. Junior receiver Vladmir Rock was the hit of Mercyhurst’s 38-23 PSAC West win last week against Slippery Rock for completing a 41-yard pass to Paris Bruner on a trick play. “I give it a 10,” said Bruner, a senior. “It was a good throw. He… View Article
Mercyhurst’s 38-23 PSAC West win against Slippery Rock was more than just a homecoming win for the Lakers. It was Akeem Satterfield’s his final college game in his hometown. An Erie native, Satterfield ran for 90 yards for the Rock in the loss. Satterfield, who played for Cathedral Prep, is one of four players from… View Article
Riding a two-game winning streak, Mercyhurst takes on Slippery Rock in an PSAC West game Saturday at 1 p.m. at Tullio Field. The Lakers (2-1, 1-0) lost 28-21 to the Rock (2-1, 1-0) last season.
Edinboro University head coach Scott Browning and seniors Branden Williams and Kenny Pettis talk about the Scots being picked to finish fourth in the PSAC West at today’s PSAC West media day in Slippery Rock.
In a continuing series of Q&As with local players who are playing area college football, Duane Rankin caught up with Slippery Rock senior tight end Chad Noce to talk about several topics. Noce and the No. 24-ranked Rock (8-2, 6-1 PSAC West) are preparing for Saturday’s PSAC title game at Kutztown against the No. 8… View Article
This is the deal. The winner of Saturday’s PSAC title game between Slippery Rock (8-2) and Kutztown (9-1) will likely make the NCAA Division II playoffs. The loser? Uh oh. In the past three years since the PSAC reinstated the championship game, the winner and loser has made it to the playoffs, but the odds… View Article
What a day of college football in the PSAC. Here are some highlights from the games. Biggest upset: Gannon stuns No. 14-ranked Slippery Rock, 33-27. The Knights had just three wins, but got four touchdown passes from redshift freshman Daniel Tapscott and forced five turnovers to knock off the Rock (8-2, 6-1). The Rock will… View Article