FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 2010

Bison sweep Thiel softball

The Thiel College softball team was swept on Thursday by the Bethany College Bison by scores of, 2-8 and 4-5. In game one, the Bison were the first to get runs on the board with a pair of RBI singles in the second inning.

My Valley


Bison sweep Thiel to move within a game of PAC lead

By sweeping a road twinbill at Thiel Thursday by scores of 8-2 and 5-4, the Bethany College softball team moved within a game of first place Thomas More and maintained their chances to earn the #1 seed in next weekend’s PAC Tournament.

Ohio Valley Athletics




Westminster beats Hiram twice for second sweep of season

The Westminster College baseball team swept a doubleheader for the second time this season as the Titans traveled to Hiram Wednesday and beat the Terriers by scores of 7-5 and 13-10.

My Valley


Westminster splits a pair at Ursuline in non-league action

The Westminster College softball team split a non-conference doubleheader at Ursuline Tuesday, winning the first game 12-3 in five innings and losing the second game 5-2.

My Valley


Bethany softball makes their push

The Bethany Bison softball team is hopeful that next weekend they will be the crowned the Presidents' Athletic Conference tournament champions.

My Valley


Briefs: College baseball

Andy Trettel's two-run homer in the top of the ninth inning gave Washington & Jefferson an 8-6 victory over host Thomas More in a Presidents' Athletic Conference game.

Washington Observer-Reporter




College notebook: In track

Washington & Jefferson's Katelyn McElhany, a junior from Canonsburg, set stadium and meet records last week in her wins in the 100- and 400-meter hurdles at the PAC South Quad at Bethany College. McElhany won the 100 in 15.39 and the 400 in 1:07.29.

Washington Observer-Reporter



Waynesburg swept a doubleheader from visiting Geneva, 4-3 and 6-4. Wes White hit a solo home run and walked with the bases loaded in the bottom of the seventh for the winning run in Game 1.

Washington Observer-Reporter


Thomas More athletes of the week

What Gronauer did last week: Gronauer helped lead the Saints to their first-ever Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) Championship at the Oak Tree Country Club in West Middlesex, Pennsylvania.

Cincinnati Enquirer


Saints golf team wins PAC championship

The Thomas More men's golf team won its first Presidents' Athletic Conference Championship as it shot a 72-hole total of 1,211 at Oak Tree Country Club in West Middlesex, Pa.

Cincinnati Enquirer


Westminster splits a pair at Ursuline in non-league action

The Westminster College softball team split a non-conference doubleheader at Ursuline Tuesday, winning the first game 12-3 in five innings and losing the second game 5-2.

My Valley


Waynesburg pair honored

Waynesburg University's Krystal Baker and Maria Shepas were honored as the top female track & field athletes by the Presidents' Athletic Conference.

Herald Standard


Keystone hires women's basketball coach

Katie Tetzlaw will get her first shot at being a head coach when she takes over the Keystone College women's basketball program.

Wilkes Barre Times-Leader




In track & field

Waynesburg's Maria Shepas was named the Presidents' Athletic Conference Women's Track Athlete of the Week after posting three wins (800, 1,500 and 1,600 relay) at the PAC South Quad meet, and winning the 3,000 steeplechase at the Baldwin-Wallace Sparky Adams Invitational on Saturday.

Washington Observer-Reporter


Sparky Adams Invitational

Waynesburg sophomore Jordan Wrask ran the 100 meter dash in 0:11.41 for a fifth place finish and Kurt Bonnett finished ninth in the discus with a throw of 139 feet, nine inches on Saturday.



MONDAY, APRIL 26, 2010

Michanowicz gets top soccer honors

Hollidaysburg graduate Kelli Michanowicz continues to excel in soccer at Westminster College. She recently received the 2009 Player of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year and All Presidents Athletic Conference Player awards.

Altoona Mirror



SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 2010

Ringgold's Pascarella a bit hit at W&J

As a junior last spring, Ringgold High School graduate Neil Pascarella helped Washington and Jefferson College's baseball team enjoy its best season in school history.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


She's happy for the help

Lauren Pennell had no relief last season — literally. As a freshman pitcher on the Grove City College women’s softball team, Pennell appeared in all but one of the Wolverines’ games, logging 201²⁄₃ innings and posting a 15-18 record.

Butler County Eagle




Bison Tennis Sits Third after First Day of PAC Championships

Although they finished in sixth place with an 0-5 record this season in dual meets against PAC competition, the Bethany College men’s tennis team enjoyed a big first day at the 2010 PAC Championships in Erie, Pa., as they are in third place heading into Saturday.

Ohio Valley Athletics


Local briefs: College baseball

Waynesburg lost a 5-1 lead in the seventh inning and were beaten by Geneva, 6-5. The Golden Tornadoes scored twice in the bottom of the ninth.

Washington Observer-Reporter



FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 2010

Local briefs: College track

The Waynesburg University track & field team had a strong day at the Presidents' Athletic Conference South Quad Meet Wednesday at Bethany College.

Washington Observer-Reporter


Second Place Deadlocked after Westminster Splits with Bethany

Second place was on the line in the Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) when the Westminster College softball team hosted Bethany Thursday for a doubleheader, but both teams remained tied in the standings after the Titans won game one, 1-0, before Bethany took the second game, 4-1.

My Valley


'Cats Softball Splits in Latrobe

The Thiel College softball team split their Thursday doubleheader against the Saint Vincent College Bearcats, picking up the victory in game one, 5-4, and dropping game two, 1-4.

My Valley




Bolivar native Mountain wins 200th

Bolivar native and Washington & Jefferson College head baseball coach Jeff Mountain won his 200th career game Saturday at Thiel College.

Wellsville Daily Reporter


Two Earn All-PAC Honors at Women's Golf Championship

Two members of the Grove City College women's golf team earned All-Presidents' Athletic Conference honors Wednesday in recognition of their respective performance in the PAC Championships at Oak Tree Country Club.

My Valley


Titans Place Second in PAC Golf Championships

The Westminster College women's golf team placed second out of two teams at the 2010 Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) Championships held Tuesday and Wednesday at the Oak Tree Country Club in West Middlesex, Pa.

My Valley


Bethany Finds Success at First Home Meet since 2001

The Bethany College men’s track team broke two school records and totaled four first place finishes, while the Bison women finished in second place overall during Wednesday’s PAC South Quad Match.

Ohio Valley Athletics


Washington & Jefferson's Trettel owns the second-longest on-base streak

It was interesting while it lasted and being second isn't all that bad. Washington & Jefferson College center fielder Andy Trettel went 0 for 3 and did not reach base Tuesday as the Presidents lost the first game of a doubleheader, 6-2, to Thomas More.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


Local briefs: Women's golf

Washington & Jefferson College senior Leslie Walker became the second women's golfer in school history to win four consecutive Presidents' Athletic Conference titles Wednesday at Oak Tree Country Club in West Middlesex.

Washington Observer-Reporter




Local briefs

Washington & Jefferson split a doubleheader against Thomas More, losing the first 6-2 and winning the second 5-4 in Presidents' Athletic Conference action.

Washington Observer-Reporter


Titans Stay Hot by Defeating Waynesburg Twice

The Westminster College softball team took both games of a Presidents' Athletic Conference doubleheader at Waynesburg Tuesday, winning by scores of 4-2 and 9-1.

My Valley


Grove City Takes Two from Thiel

The Thiel College baseball team dropped a pair of Presidents’ Athletic Conference games on Tuesday afternoon to in-county rival Grove City at R.J. Behringer Field.

My Valley


Trettel's streak stopped short of D-III record

Washington & Jefferson junior center fielder Andy Trettel had his 55-game on-base streak came to an end on Tuesday when he went 0-for-3 during the Presidents' 6-2 loss to Thomas More at Ross Memorial Park.

O-R Big Blog on Campus


College baseball

The on-base streak held by Washington & Jefferson College junior center fielder Andy Trettel ended at 55 games when he went hitless in three at-bats in a 6-2 loss to Thomas More on Tuesday.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review




Grove City Baseball Falls on the Road

The Grove City College baseball team dropped to 12-11 overall Monday afternoon as the Wolverines dropped a 12-11 decision to host Geneva at 33rd Street Field in a matchup of Presidents' Athletic Conference members.

My Valley


Bison Split Wild Twinbill at Saint Vincent

After falling in the opener 7-6 in the bottom of the seventh, the Bethany College baseball team nearly lost a 10-run lead in the nightcap, but recovered in time to pull out a 17-14 victory and gain a split at Saint Vincent.

Ohio Valley Athletics



MONDAY, APRIL 19, 2010


Washington & Jefferson scored four runs each in the second and fourth innings to defeat Penn State-Behrend 8-4 and earn a split of a doubleheader Sunday.

Washington Observer-Reporter


Bethany's Offense Continues Hot Streak with Sweep at Case

The Bethany College softball team continued its recent offensive surge by blasting seven home runs and scoring 31 runs to sweep a doubleheader at Case Western Reserve Sunday by scores of 15-4 in six innings and 16-14.

Ohio Valley Athletics


Quite the catch

After losing most of his starting lineup from a squad that played for the Presidents' Athletic Conference baseball championship a year ago, Thiel College assistant coach Kurt Elbin targeted Hollidaysburg graduate Brock Porter as the Tomcats new catcher.

Altoona Mirror


Kennett helps TMC baseball to solid week

The Thomas More baseball team (17-10, 5-1 Presidents' Athletic Conference) went 3-1 last week, including 2-1 in the conference.

Cincinnati Enquirer


Local Sports Briefs

Bethany hit seven home runs over the course of a doubleheader sweep of Case Western. Bridgette Fauth hit two homers in the first game for the Bison (20-10).

Herald Standard



SUNDAY, APRIL 18, 2010

New Waynesburg coach

Mark Christner, 32, an assistant coach the past eight seasons at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Mich., was recently hired as the men's basketball coach at Waynesburg University.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


District Headlines

Westminster junior Amber Crompton pitched her first career no-hitter, as the Titans completed a sweep of Pitt-Greensburg in a non-conference softball doubleheader on Monday.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


GCC's Harris resigns after four seasons

After four seasons as head women’s basketball coach at Grove City College, Sarah Harris said Wednesday she’s resigning from the post to take on other opportunities.




FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 2010

District notebook: Saint Vincent baseball team revs up for future

The goals Saint Vincent College baseball coach Mick Janosko sets for his players are simple: Be a better player today than you were yesterday and be a better team this year than last year.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


Shepas picked as Marisa's successor

The time period between the retirement announcement of Waynesburg athletic director Rudy Marisa and finding a successor did not last long.

Washington Observer-Reporter


At Waynesburg University

Waynesburg University head football coach Rick Shepas has been named Director of Athletics and will succeed the retiring Rudy Marisa in July.

The Hearld Standard


Donoughe Headed to Grove City
JOHNSTOWN — Forest Hills senior Patrick Donoughe will continue his football career at Grove City College. Donoughe made 13 field goals during his career at Forest Hills and kicked 78 extra points to finish with 117 career points.
Johnstown Tribune-Democrat



Sports digest: Grove City

Grove City College head women’s basketball coach Sarah Harris has submitted her resignation, effective at the end of the academic year.

The Youngstown Vindicator


Titans Snap Losing Streak with Decisive Win over Geneva

The Westminster College baseball team snapped its seven-game losing streak by dispatching Geneva, 14-5, at home Wednesday in a Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) game that did not count in the standings because of Geneva's NCAA Division III provisional status.

My Valley


Harris Steps Down as Women's Basketball Coach

Grove City College head women’s basketball coach Sarah Harris has submitted her resignation, effective at the end of the academic year.

My Valley


Grandson of basketball's inventor brings game's exhibit to Geneva College

The grandson of the man who invented basketball more than 100 years ago is bringing his History of Basketball exhibit today to Geneva College in Beaver Falls, where the first college hoops game was played.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette



Mark Thomchick went 2-for-4, hit a home run, scored twice and added three RBI to lift Washington & Jefferson to a 7-4 victory over La Roche in a non-conference game.

Washington Observer-Reporter


Dilonardo excelling for Geneva softball

The Geneva College softball team won nine of 13 games before a doubleheader against Washington & Jefferson yesterday, Wednesday, and Plum graduate Julie Dilonardo was a big reason for the Lady Golden Tornadoes' strong play.





Waynesburg AD Marisa to retire 

After 41 years with Waynesburg University's athletics department, Rudy Marisa is ready for retirement.

The school announced Tuesday afternoon that Marisa, who has spent 41 years with Waynesburg including 34 as men's basketball coach and the last 28 as athletic director, will retire in July.

Washington Observer-Reporter


Marisa to end storied career at Waynesburg

Few if any names are more connected to Waynesburg University athletics than Rudy Marisa. For more than three decades, he led the Yellow Jackets men's basketball team to heights of success that most coaches can only dream of.

Herald Standard


Sports briefs

Bethany College freshman rightfielder Maria Vallone (Webster Schroeder) was named the PAC Hitter of the Week. She paced Bethany (14-8) with a .476 average with three doubles and four RBI in a 4-2 week.

Rochester Democrat and Chronicle


Finley motivated

The versatile Desiree Finley appears ready to break a couple of records she already holds with the Bethany, WV College women’s track team.

Wilkes Barre Times Leader


College news

Youngsville High School graduate and Waynesburg University sophomore pitcher Ben Oviatt pitched one inning of work for the Yellow Jackets in a 7-5 loss to Bethany on Saturday.



Szott, Morgan honored

John Szott of Bethel Park and Luke Morgan of Presto were named to the all-Presidents' Athletic Conference team for swimming and diving.

McMurray Almanac


Briefs: College softball

Waynesburg gained its first two PAC wins Tuesday, sweeping a doubleheader at Bethany, 8-6 and 3-2. Waynesburg (2-4, 9-13), snapped a five-game skid.

Washington Observer-Reporter


Waynesburg's Marisa retiring

Waynesburg University athletic director Rudy Marisa will retire in July, ending a 41-year affiliation with the school.

O-R's Big Blog on Campus


W&J star Trettel is coming up on D-III record

In baseball, where players who fail 70 percent of the time are praised, getting on base is tough. But not for Andy Trettel.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Jackets' Canning honored

Waynesburg University senior Jeff Canning was honored as the Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) men's tennis player of the week following a 6-0 record at No. 2 singles and doubles play this week.

Herald Standard




Area athletes outstanding in track

Waynesburg University sophomore thrower Marybeth Rocco had a fruitful day of competition at the Slippery Rock University Invitational on Saturday.

Johnstown Tribune Democrat


Briefs: College softball

The top three players in Grove City's lineup went 7-for-11 and scored six runs in a 6-2 victory over Washington & Jefferson for a sweep of a PAC doubleheader.

Washington Observer-Reporter


History of basketball coming to Geneva

In 1938, Ian Naismith was baptized by the creator. James Naismith, inventor of basketball and a Presbyterian pastor, rode a train from his home near the University of Kansas to southern Texas, where he baptized his youngest grandson. Called the boy a little dribbler. Welcome to the family, son, welcome to the game.

Ellwood City Ledger


Bison sweep Capital

Bethany (W.Va.) hammered out 27 hits and scored 18 runs against Capital to earn victories of 12-1 and 6-5 in Columbus, Ohio.



MONDAY, APRIL 12, 2010

Calvin basketball assistant takes head coaching job

Longtime Calvin men’s basketball assistant coach Mark Christner has been named the head men’s basketball coach at Waynesburg College in Waynesburg, Penn.



Local sports briefs: Softball

Shauna Hetrick, a freshman pitcher at Saint Vincent College, helped the Bearcats to a dramatic 6-5 victory over Bethany College on Saturday afternoon.

Johnstown Tribune Democrat


Local track and field athletes starring collegiately

Several former area track and field standouts have opened the collegiate outdoor season with impressive outings this past weekend.

Zanesville Times Recorder


Geneva to host basketball inventor exhibit

In 1938, Ian Naismith was baptized by the creator. James Naismith, inventor of basketball and a Presbyterian pastor, rode a train from his home near the University of Kansas to southern Texas, where he baptized his youngest grandson.

Beaver County Times



SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 2010
Area Duo Enjoying Success at Bethany
Chris Leasure and Ashley Marinacci have quite a lot in common. Both enjoyed outstanding high school careers at small schools in Eastern Ohio.
Martins Ferry Times Leader


Bethany Softball Splits With Saint Vincent
LATROBE – Junior Andrea Thomas (Toronto, Ohio) belted a grand slam to help the Bethany College softball team post a 9-1 victory in five innings over Saint Vincent in the second game of their doubleheader after the Bearcats squeezed out a 6-5 triumph in the opener in eight innings on a walk-off home run.



Waynesburg Finds Its Match
When Waynesburg University began its pursuit for a new basketball coach to replace Frank Ferraro, the search committee had a few requirements in mind for his replacement. The seven-member group wanted someone who was charismatic and came from a winning program. The first criteria was important for recruiting. The second was a must because a winning record has been so elusive lately at Waynesburg.


Bison Fall in Final Home Game
BETHANY – Senior Jay Lyonett (Weirton, W.Va./Brooke) posted doubles and singles victories, but the Bethany College men’s tennis team lost in their final home match of the season by a 6-3 count against Washington & Jefferson Thursday.


District College Roundup
Division III Waynesburg named Mark Christner to as its new men's basketball coach, succeeding Frank Ferraro, who resigned following a seven-year record of 64-115. Christner spent the past eight years as an assistant at Division III Calvin, which advanced to the NCAA Final Four in 2005.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review



Ex-Carlisle Grappler Alex Crown Stars at Waynesburg
Once upon a time in intercollegiate athletics true freshmen were expected to pay their dues by redshirting, watching and learning. Well, how things have changed.


Bethany (W.Va.) senior Chris Leasure broke the school's career home run record with a three-run shot during a 9-8 NCAA Division III victory over Thiel on Wednesday, ending the Bison's six-game losing streak. Leasure's homer was his third of the season and 19th of his career.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Monroe Central alum breaks Bethany College career home run record

Senior Chris Leasure (Stafford, Ohio/Monroe Central) broke the school’s career home run record, but it took a passed ball in the bottom of the ninth to give the Bison a 9-8 victory over visiting Thiel Wednesday afternoon.


College notes: baseball

The former Jefferson hurler has made two appearances for the Tomcats, posting a 5.14 ERA in working seven innings, allowing nine hits, five runs (4 earned), fanning six and walking only one.

American Chronicle


Wolverines thump Bearcats

The Grove City College baseball team earned its sixth straight victory Wednesday afternoon by storming to a 22-7 home victory over Saint Vincent (11-7) at R. Jack Behringer Field. Grove City is now 9-7 overall.

My Valley


College baseball

Washington & Jefferson's offense stayed hot Wednesday as the Presidents rolled to a 10-4 victory over host Geneva. W&J has scored 10 or more runs in five consecutive games and eight of its last nine.

Washington Observer-Reporter




Geneva all set to host Naismith exhibit

Ian Naismith, the grandson of basketball founder James Naismith, will visit Geneva from Thursday to Saturday in conjunction with the Naismith Basketball Exhibit display.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Titans nab tenth win

The Westminster College softball team split a non-conference doubleheader against visiting Penn State Behrend Tuesday, losing the first game 9-4 and cruising to a 10-1 win in five innings of game two.

My Valley


Briefs: College Softball

Washington & Jefferson opened Presidents' Athletic Conference play with a doubleheader sweep of visiting Waynesburg, 5-4 and 5-3.

Washington Observer-Reporter


W&J's Cieslinski wins regional

Washington & Jefferson junior Brad Cieslinski shot a final-round 71 Monday to become the first golfer in school history to earn medalist honors at the Mid-Atlantic Region Invitational played at Hershey Country Club.

O-R's Big Blog on Campus




Saints peak in time for league play

There haven't been many seasons in his successful 10 years as Thomas More College baseball coach that Jeff Hetzer has had to hope his team's hitting would eventually catch up to its pitching and defense, but this one has turned out that way.

Cincinnati Enquirer


Thomas More's athletes of the week

What Robbins did last week: He helped lead the Saints to a 3-1 record as he batted .688. He was 11-for-16 with three doubles, 10 RBI and six runs scored.

Cincinnati Enquirer



Bethany (W.Va.) senior Chris Leasure clubbed his 18th career home run to tie the school record, but a seventh-inning rally by the Bison fell short as Case Western Reserve completed a doubleheader sweep Monday with a 4-3 victory.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


In other action

Both games of a Presidents' Athletic Conference doubleheader between the Westminster and Thiel came down to the wire, but it was the host Thiel Tomcats who scored three runs on their final at-bats in each game to sweep the Titans by scores of 12-11 and 13-10.



No average Joe

Two years ago, Lakeside senior Joe Kelly was on a path that was leading anywhere but in the direction of his dream. So he rolled up his sleeves and went to work.

Ashtabula Star Beacon


Ball girls go on DL, too

The Pirates opened the 2010 season with only two players (Joel Hanrahan and Jose Ascanio) officially on the disabled list. However, the unofficial list had one more name — Anjelica Marsh.

Beaver County Times




Briefs: Men's Golf

Ted Marron and Brad Cieslinski shot four-over par rounds of 75 to help put Washington & Jefferson in a tie for third place out of 15 squads following the first round of the Mid-Atlantic Regional at Hershey Country Club.

Washington Observer-Reporter


Presidents sweep Bison in PAC play

Washington & Jefferson swept Bethany with scores of 10-6 and 20-4 Saturday in Presidents' Athletic Conference play.






Washington & Jefferson College ran its win streak against Bethany to 14 games with a doubleheader sweep at Bethany Park.

Washington Observer-Reporter



When Bethany (W.Va.) swept a doubleheader from Allegheny on Thursday, Bison coach Jan Forsty reached 500 career victories with the NCAA Division III school.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Sports shorts

The Waynesburg University women's track team finished the Washington & Jefferson Invitational tied for first with Allegheny with 112 points.





Bound for W&J

Southwestern Central School senior Zack Sopak, seated center, has decided to continue his academic and football career at Washington & Jefferson College in Washington, Pa.

Jamestown Post-Journal


College baseball briefs

The host Saints (7-9) set school records for runs and hits (30) in the romp over the Golden Tornadoes (8-10).




Neil Pascarella, a Ringgold graduate, went 3-for-4 with five RBI, including a two-run home run in the sixth inning, to send Washington & Jefferson to a 15-6 victory over Bethany in PAC game Friday.

Washington Observer-Reporter




Ex-Waynesburg football star named all-star game MVP

It was an odd time to be playing football, but don't tell Waynesburg two-time Division III All-American Scott Cree.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Cree named MVP

Waynesburg University defensive back Scott Cree took snaps on offense in addition to his return duties and was named MVP in the All-America Bowl all-star game in Charleston, W. Va. Saturday.



Briefs: College softball

Waynesburg University and Penn State-Beaver played a non-conference doubleheader Thursday with the Yellow Jackets wininng the pitcher's duel, 2-1, and the Lions winning the slugfest, 10-7.

Washington Observer-Reporter




Wolverines Rally Past Waynesburg

The Grove City College baseball team opened the home portion of the 2010 schedule with a come-from-behind 12-9 victory over Presidents' Athletic Conference foe Waynesburg Wednesday afternoon at R. Jack Behringer Field.

My Valley



Waynesburg led early before Grove City College scored three runs in the bottom of the eighth for a 12-9 win in PAC play.

Washington Observer-Reporter


Waynesburg's baseball field

Waynesburg has a slideshow of its new baseball field during the construction phases.

O-R Big Blog on Campus


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