MONDAY, JULY 26, 2010
Coshocton Standout Huebner Continues Career at Westminster
COSHOCTON -- Logan Huebner's passion for football is only surpassed by his passion for baseball, but it's the former that led him to sign to continue his athletics career at Westminster College (Penn.).
The Coshocton Tribune



Saints' Clark Man With a Plan
The way Matt Clark sees it, playing football at Thomas More College has prepared him well for his chosen career path - law enforcement - and he actually got to witness the similarities firsthand this summer while serving an internship with the United States Marshals.
The Cincinnati Enquirer


TMC Golf Team Won't Lack Publicity
Thomas More College sports information director Cory Blackson won't have to go very far to gather news and information on the men's golf team this season, because in a rare dual role, he'll also be that program's head coach.
The Cincinnati Enquirer



MONDAY, JULY 19, 2010
Jurinko Shows Mettle in Wooden Bat League
How does one top a college baseball season that ended with a .407 batting average? Geneva senior-to-be Jon Jurinko faced that decision. His answer was to choose to play in the New York Collegiate Baseball League, and the result has been quite successful.
Beaver County Times


Thomas More Duo Preseason DIII All-Americans
Thomas More College sophomore defensive back Zach Autenrieb (Elder) and senior defensive tackle Tyler Owens (Highlands) have been named preseason All-Americans by multiple college football publications.
The Cincinnati Enquirer


Coshocton Native is Now SID and Golf Coach
COSHOCTON -- Cory Blackson isn't a boastful person, but when he accepted his newest position as Thomas More College men's golf coach, he literally had to make his own press.
The Coshocton Tribune


County stunned by death of Waynesburg U.'s Czerwien
Waynesburg University and the Greene County athletic community lost a friend last week when Mike Czerwien unexpectedly died while working part-time at a construction company.
Greene County Messenger


A slew of former WPIAL players are part of the incoming recruiting class for the 2010 St. Vincent football team.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


State Discus Champion Ready For Next Step
Most athletes dream of competing for a state title. Some of these dreams become a reality.
The (Youngstown) Vindicator


Autenreib and Owens Named Preseason All-Americans
(CRESTVIEW HILLS, Ky.) - Thomas More College sophomore defensive back Zach Autenrieb (Cincinnati, Ohio/Elder) and senior defensive tackle Tyler Owens (Ft. Thomas, Ky./Highlands) have been named preseason All-Americans by multiple college football publications.


PG East: Gateway Grad Has Career on Course
Jeff Varga was a stellar high school golfer at Gateway, and he completed a strong senior golf season at Saint Vincent College this past spring. But just because his scholastic and collegiate golf careers are over doesn't mean Varga's immersion into the sport he loves is.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


PG North: North Hills grad Czerwien Set Great Example
The seventh and eighth grade football players at St. Sebastian School in Ross gathered at the school's annual sports banquet three years ago and watched as former St. Sebastian player Mike Czerwien was inducted into the school's sports hall of fame. They had known about Czerwien the football player, the dominating defensive end who went on to North Hills High School and Waynesburg University.By the time the induction was over, the seventh and eighth graders got to know Czerwien the person.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

PG North/West: PTA's White Biding His Time With Elliott Team
As a freshman at Perry Traditional Academy, Wes White Jr. did not play baseball. When he was a sophomore, a gym teacher at Perry convinced him to play for the high school team. After graduating from Perry, White found himself reaching out to college coaches so he could keep playing baseball. Waynesburg University gave him that opportunity.Four years later after graduating from Waynesburg, White is doing everything he can to keep the dream alive and keep playing baseball.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


PG West: Retooled Swing a Plus for Hopewell High Graduate Kubis
A single in the first game of the season does not seem like a big hit, but for Hopewell High School graduate and Bethany College freshman Brad Kubis, it was a grand slam.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Andy Timko Returns to Westminster Hoops
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. - Former Youngstown State menís basketball player Andy Timko has transferred to Westminster College, and will be a member of the 2010-11 squad.
The (Youngstown) Vindicator



Thomas More Names Cory Blackson Head Men's Golf Coach
CRESTVIEW HILLS, Ky. - Thomas More College has appointed Cory Blackson the new menís head golf coach. He will also continue to serve as the schoolís sports information director.
Kentucky Post


Waynesburg Hires Cross Country Coach
Chris Hardie, who spent the 2009 season as an assistant men's and women's cross country coach at Waynesburg University, was announced as the team coach for both teams Tuesday.



MONDAY, JULY 12, 2010
East Athletes to Play Football in College
East football coach Damon Beasley announced that 2010 graduates Richard Underwood and Darius Martin will continue their academic and football careers in college. Underwood is headed to Bluffton University and Martin is bound for Bethany College.
Akron Beacon-Journal


Bell Will Toll For Tomcats
As a three-sport athlete at Lakeside High School, Rashaad Bell had a number of options to consider in choosing the sport upon which to concentrate in college.
Ashtabula Star-Beacon


Campus Cruise
... Freshman David Kennett of Grove City helped Thomas More win the Presidents' Athletic Conference and reach the NCAA Division III tournament. He batted .370 with 30 RBI and stole of 20 bases in 21 tries.
Columbus Dispatch

Krause Excels at W&J
... The successful lacrosse season concluded a noteworthy initial collegiate athletic year by Kraus, who is also a member of W & J's ladies soccer team. A reserve midfielder, Kraus played in 19 of the team's 21 games and recorded one goal, with two assists for four points.
Connellsville Daily Courier

Kruse is All-American
Derek Kruse, a recent graduate of Grove City College, earned College Division Third Team Academic All-American for cross country/track and field from ESPN The Magazine and College Sports Information Directors of America.
Geauga County Maple Leaf


Plum Graduates Earn Collegiate Academic Honors
Plum graduates David Pivik and Sarah Wilson are among 327 student-athletes named to the Presidentsí Athletic Conference Academic Honor Roll for the spring 2010 semester.
Plum Advance Leader


Presidents Tab Hays as New Basketball Coach
Washington & Jefferson College Director of Athletics Bill Dukett announced the hiring of Emily Hays on Tuesday as the head womenís tennis coach.
The (Youngstown) Vindicator



Riverside Grad Jurinko Finds AIA Spiritually Uplifting
NORTH SEWICKLEY TWP. - Geneva College baseball coach Alan Sumner has been involved with Athletes in Action, the global Christian sports ministry, along with some of his players, including his nephew, Derek Sumner, and Phil Shallenberger. Now, Jon Jurinko is getting his chance.
Ellwood City Ledger

Hays Added to W&J's Athletic Staff
Washington & Jefferson College athletic director Bill Dukett announced the hiring of Emily Hays on Tuesday. Hays will serve as the Presidents' head women's tennis coach and an assistant women's basketball coach.



Staniscia to Continue Career at W&J
Football, basketball or baseball? Josh Staniscia had a tough decision to make.
Murrysville Star

Around the District
... The Washington & Jefferson football team is ranked No. 19 by USA Today Sports Weekly in its NCAA Division III preseason poll.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review



FRIDAY, JULY 2, 2010
Distance Running Has Been Cortez's Inspiration
ELLWOOD CITY - Joey Cortez discovered he was more adept at running longer distances than shorter ones."I had done sprints in track and field in eighth grade, but when I was a sophomore at Lincoln High School, Tony Nocera was my first distance coach and I found out that running cross country was more to my liking," said Cortez, a graduate of Lincoln and Grove City College who expects to be in the field when the starting gun fires for the 30th annual Ellwood City Ledger 10K race at 9 a.m. Saturday.
Ellwood City Ledger


Ringgold Grad Getting Used to Long Bus Rides
BUTLER ó Corey Young would love to one play have a chance to play in the minor leagues ... After the Prospect season ends, Young will be on the road again when it comes to his college career. After spending one year at Division I Lafayette, he has transferred to Washington & Jefferson.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


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