SUNDAY, MAY 30, 2010

Cathedral Prep grad Eaton wins D-III track title

After finishing second in the 400 meters at last year's NCAA Division III track and field championships, Alex Eaton had only one thing on his mind when coming back for his senior season at Thiel.



Briefs: Waynesburg's Jones sixth in javelin

Junior Elisha Jones made Waynesburg track & field history at the NCAA Division III Track & Field Championships held at Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, Ohio.

Washington Observer-Reporter



SATURDAY, MAY 29, 2010

Vega to attend Saint Vincent

The opportunity to be part of something new was too much for Alex Vega to pass up and the Lake Placid senior will be attending Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Penn., where he plans to continue his football career with the Bearcats.

Highlands Today


Five Crushers plan to play college football

Nate Moot has announced that he will continue his football career on an academic scholarship at Westminster College under coach Jeff Hand.

Johnstown Tribune Democrat


Commitment to Bethany

Elizabeth Forward senior Chelsea Sroka has committed to play volleyball at Bethany College, an NCAA Division III program.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Thomas More's Uhl tabbed All-American

The national honors keep on rolling in for Thomas More College sophomore pitcher Paul Uhl (McNicholas) as he was named an American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA)/Rawlings All-American on Thursday at the NCAA Division III Baseball Championship banquet in Appleton, Wisconsin.

Cincinnati Enquirer



FRIDAY, MAY 28, 2010

District notebook: More baseball

Freshman Brad Kubis had a record-breaking season in his first year at Bethany. A third baseman/pitcher, Kubis, a Hopewell High School graduate, was named a third-team All-American by

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette



THURSDAY, MAY 27, 2010

College sports

Thiel College senior Alex Eaton, a Cathedral Prep graduate, is a threat to win the 400 championship after finishing second as a junior. He ran a 47.13 this month, which stood as the nation's best time -- for one day.



Thomas More's Zeiser named all-tourney

Senior catcher Nick Zeiser (Elder) was named to the all-tournament team at the NCAA Division III Baseball Championship's Marietta (Ohio) Regional last week.

Cincinnati Enquirer




Shafer helps Bethany College to historical sesaon

Stephanie Shafer, a 2006 graduate of Lancaster, helped Bethany's softball team to 35 wins this season, the most by the Bisons.

Lancaster Eagle Gazette


Champion basketball player going to Geneva

In a crowd of top high school basketball players, the only thing that would stick out about Champion's Ian Barnes is that he doesn't exactly look like he belongs.

Warren Tribune Chronicle


Three baseball Saints named all-region

Thomas More College sophomore pitcher Paul Uhl (McNicholas), senior second baseman Chris Fishburn (Elder) and senior right fielder Marty Kersting (Elder) were all named All-Mideast Region Tuesday by the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA).

Cincinnati Enquirer


Briefs: NCAA Track

Waynesburg University's Krystal Baker, Marybeth Rocco and Elisha Jones have qualified for the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field Championships this weekend at Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, Ohio.

Washington Observer-Reporter



TUESDAY, MAY 25, 2010

Success spreads to many teams

Thomas More College head baseball coach Jeff Hetzer is hoping the experience his players got in participating in this year's NCAA Division III Tournament will wet their appetite enough to hunger for a return next season.

Cincinnati Enquirer


White honored

Waynesburg University second baseman Wes White, Jr. has was named to the All-Mideast Region team for the third straight year Monday, announced by the American Baseball Coaches Association.

Uniontown Herald Standard


W&J captures men's PAC All-Sports Trophy

For the sixth consecutive year and the 11th time overall, the Washington & Jefferson College men's athletic programs have claimed the Presidents' Athletic Conference All-Sports Trophy.

Washington Observer-Reporter



SUNDAY, MAY 23, 2010

Bethany baseball eliminated from ECAC Tournament

The Bethany College baseball team was eliminated from the ECAC South Region Tournament semifinals Saturday with a 12-2 loss at top-seed and host Wesley College.

Ohio Valley Athletics


Bethany falls to Wesley in ECAC Tournament

The Bethany College baseball team was eliminated from the ECAC South Region Tournament semifinals Saturday with a 12-2 loss at top-seed and host Wesley College.

Wheeling News-Register



SATURDAY, MAY 22, 2010

College corner

Waynesburg University senior Jeff Canning (Cambridge) was honored by the Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) as one of its May Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) Scholar-Athletes of the Month.

The Daily Jeffersonian



FRIDAY, MAY 21, 2010

Five Parkway athletes announce college plans

Kris Hughes was the other Panther male to announce his college decision on Tuesday, as he has signed to play college football at Thomas More College.



District notebook: Baseball news

Washington & Jefferson's team, which lost to Thomas More in the Presidents' Athletic Conference championship game last weekend, was also in the Mideast regional at Marietta, Ohio, this week.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


Dilonardo earns All-PAC softball honor

It was one big coming-out party for Plum graduate Julie Dilonardo in the pitching circle for the Geneva College softball team.



Briefs: W&J baseball loses to Marietta

Third-seeded and host Marietta College opened a seven-run lead through four innings and recorded an 11-1 victory over fourth-seeded Washington & Jefferson College Thursday evening in an elimination game of the 2010 NCAA Division III Mideast Baseball Regional at Don Schaly Stadium.

Washington Observer-Reporter


Sports briefs

Third-seeded Marietta took control with a six-run rally in the fourth and eliminated fourth-seeded Washington & Jefferson (32-12) from the Division III Mideast Regional.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Saints upset Marietta 4-3 in 10 innings

No. 6-seeded Thomas More upset third-seeded Marietta College 4-3 in a first-round game of the NCAA Division III regional baseball tournament at Marietta, Ohio.

Cincinnati Enquirer




On campus

Cathedral Prep graduate Alex Eaton has qualified for the NCAA Division III track and field championships with the nation's fastest 400 meters time this season.



College highlights: Athletes honored

Five Grove City College softball players earned All-Presidents' Athletic Conference recognition from the conference's head softball coaches.

Allied News


Bethany's Carver PAC Coach of the Year, 3 Bison earn All-PAC

The All-Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) baseball teams were released Tuesday and the Bethany College program was well represented with three players earning all-conference recognition and head coach Rick Carver being tabbed as the league’s Coach of the Year.

Ohio Valley Athletics


Jim Pasquine named PAC baseball player of the year

Senior outfielder-pitcher Jim Pasquine, a graduate of Poland High, has been named player of the year for the second consecutive season in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference.

The Youngstown Vindicator


Arigiro, Perrotta named Second Team All-PAC

Two Westminster College baseball players earned recognition by the Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) on the 2010 All-PAC Baseball Teams.

My Valley


Hughes, Schulz honored by NFCA on All-Region Teams

The National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) named two Westminster College softball players to its 2010 Louisville Slugger/NFCA Division III All-Region Teams.

My Valley


PAC team announced

Waynesburg University had one player named first-team All-PAC with two others earning second-team honors.

Herald Standard


Bethany's Carver named PAC Coach of the Year

For the fourth time in his 20 seasons at the helm, Bethany College Baseball Coach Rick Carver has been named the President's Athletic Conference Coach of the Year. (Steubenville, Ohio)



TUESDAY, MAY 18, 2010

W&J, PSU-Behrend head to D-III tournament

Washington & Jefferson and Penn State-Behrend earned bids to the NCAA Division III Baseball Tournament and will open play Wednesday at the Mideast regional in Marietta, Ohio.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Briefs: W&J baseball in NCAA tournament

The Washington & Jefferson College baseball team received an at-large berth to the NCAA Division III tournament. The Presidents (32-10) are the No. 4 seed in the seven-team Mideast Regional that begins Wednesday at Don Schaly Stadium in Marietta, Ohio.

Washington Observer-Reporter


DIII Mideast Regional Snap Shot

The NCAA Committee announced the field of 55 early this morning (or late last night if you’re a night owl).  As expected, the three Ohio teams were all included in the Mideast regional to be held at Marietta’s Don Schaly Stadium beginning Wednesday.

Buckeye State Baseball


Grove City earns ECAC tournament berth

The Grove City College baseball team will make its first-ever appearance in the Eastern College Athletic Conference Southern Championship Tournament Wednesday afternoon when the Wolverines (19-19) visit La Roche (21-17) in a quarterfinal round game at 3 p.m.

My Valley


W&J in D-III tournament

The Washington & Jefferson College baseball team received an at-large berth to the NCAA Division III tournament. The Presidents (32-10) are the No. 4 seed in the seven-team Mideast Regional that begins Wednesday at Don Schaly Stadium in Marietta, Ohio.

O-R's Big Blog on Campus


Saints open vs. Marietta in NCAA DIII baseball

There were several times over the weekend that the Thomas More College baseball team was placed in a tough spot only to eventually battle its way to the championship of the Presidents' Athletic Conference tournament and earn just the third NCAA Division III Tournament berth in program history.

Cincinnati Enquirer


Conner's Beasley heads to Thomas More

While her senior season didn't go as well as she would have liked, Devin Beasley was happy to be able to play it.

Cincinnati Enquirer


Weekley twins both heading to Geneva

With the gridiron talent permeating the area, it's no shocker to see two top linemen from the same team make it to the next level to play college football.

Warren Tribune Chronicle


NCAA baseball: Wolverines fall in PAC Tournament

Despite firing a complete game Thursday afternoon to open the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Championship Tournament, Grove City College senior pitcher Mike Herringshaw saw errors spell doom for the Wolverines.



MONDAY, MAY 17, 2010

Video: Bethany softball team falls in ECAC final

The best season in Bethany College softball history came to a sudden end on Sunday as the Bison were beaten twice on their home field in the ECAC Division III South Region Championship Games. (Wheeling/Steubenville affiliate)


Wilson headed to Bethany to play golf

Nolan Wilson knew what he wanted. The Toronto High School senior just had a hard time finding the fit. Enter Toronto golf coach Rob Suffoletta.



ECAC title slips away from Bison with losses to DeSales

DeSales (Pa.) University scored the final six runs of the first game to record a 7-4 win over the Bethany College softball team and then claimed the ECAC South Region Tournament title with a 2-0 victory in the final game over the Bison on the second day of tournament at Bethany.

Ohio Valley Athletics


Thomas More Athletes of the Week

What Ruzick did last week: He led the Saints to a tie for 22nd at the NCAA Division III championship in Hershey, Pa.

Cincinnati Enquirer



SUNDAY, MAY 16, 2010

Saints impeach Presidents

Thomas More defeated top-seeded and 21st-ranked Washington and Jefferson in back-to-back games Saturday at Ross Memorial Park.



Tyler Mayer signs with Thomas More

Considered as one of the top point guards in the 12th Region, Southwestern Warriors senior Tyler Mayer will continue his basketball playing days at Division III Thomas More College.

Commonwealth Journal


W&J lets title slip away

In a matter of four agonizing hours Saturday afternoon, Washington & Jefferson College's baseball team went from being two outs away from a Presidents' Athletic Conference championship and a sure-fire No. 2 seed in the upcoming NCAA Division III tournament to worrying about its future.

Washington Observer-Reporter



Chatham junior Barb Petty (Glen Este) was named second team All-Presidents' Athletic Conference. Petty was one of the team's best defensive players, finishing with a .958 fielding percentage.

Cincinnati Enquirer


Bethany wins pair to advance in ECAC softball tournament

Bethany advanced in the ECAC Tournament, downing Catholic (D.C.) University 5-1 and DeSales (Pa.) University 5-0 Saturday.




SATURDAY, MAY 15, 2010

VanCise to be a Titan: Spartan standout will play volleyball, basketball at Westminster

When it comes to sports, Conneaut senior Justine VanCise has two loves. So, when deciding which college to attend and whether to play basketball or volleyball at the collegiate level, VanCise chose the path she's always taken and a school that will allow her to do so.

American Chronicle


W&J wins, Cal falls in postseason tourneys

Washington & Jefferson senior Jim Pasquine smacked two home runs and pitched six strong innings to help the top-seeded Presidents advance to the Presidents' Athletic Conference championship game after a 10-5 victory over second-seeded Thomas More Friday at Ross Memorial Park.

Washington Observer-Reporter


Local roundup

Washington & Jefferson pitcher Jim Pasquine hit two home runs and pitched six strong innings to lead the Presidents to a spot in the Presidents' Athletic Conference Tournament championship game against Thomas More at 1 p.m. today.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review



FRIDAY, MAY 14, 2010

College sports: Thomas More

The No. 2-seeded Thomas More College baseball team defeated No. 3 seed Grove City College 6-2 on Thursday in the opening game of the Presidents' Athletic Conference tournament at Washington & Jefferson College in Washington, Pa.

Cincinnati Enquirer


Bethany gets the jump on Pitt-Bradford

A bonus game for the Pitt-Bradford softball team ended in a 5-0 defeat at Bethany College in the ECAC South Region Division III Tournament on Wednesday.

Olean Times Herald


Local sports briefs

Six members of the Bethany College softball team were honored when the All-Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) teams were announced by the conference office Wednesday.

Wheeling Intelligencer


Track and Field: New coach named

GCC assistant football/assistant track and field coach Todd Gibson will take over as head men’s and women’s track and field coach, effective July 1, 2010.

Allied News


Thomas More tops Grove City

The Grove City College baseball team opened the 2010 Presidents' Athletic Conference Championship Tournament Thursday afternoon with a 6-2 setback against No. 2 seed Thomas More at Washington & Jefferson's Ross Memorial Park.

My Valley



Amanda Baughman and Bre Kokladas were named section-team All-Presidents' Athletic Conference for their play this season for the Yellow Jackets.

Herald Standard



THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2010

Campus notes

Westminster junior Jillian Babish (Our Lady of the Sacred Heart) finished third in the shot put and sixth in the discus at the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Track and Field Championships.

Beaver County Times


W&J's Hockman jumps right into NCAA meet

Even though Taylor Hockman is a member of the Washington & Jefferson Presidents track team, which competes in the NCAA Division III Presidents Athletic Conference, just call the sophomore king - king of the long jump.

Martinsburg Journal



Thiel College's Melissa Rankin, a junior catcher from Scenery Hill and a Bentworth graduate, was named to the All-Presidents' Athletic Conference softball first team.

Washington Observer-Reporter




Strong start for ex-Trojan golfer

Grove City College golfer Blake Brogan, a freshman from East Lansing, recently earned second team All-Presidents' Athletic Conference honors at the PAC Championships at Oak Tree Country Club in West Middlesex, Pa.

Lansing State Journal


W&J to host PAC baseball tournament

The Presidents’ Athletic Conference has announced seeds and pairings for the 2010 PAC Baseball Championship Tournament.

The Youngstown Vindicator


TMC men in the NCAA's

Marc Barone had a simple goal when he was named Thomas More College men's golf coach four years ago.

Cincinnati Enquirer


Some notes on names familiar to readers of the Times Herald sport pages

Bolivar native Jeff Mountain continues to pile up records as baseball coach at Washington & Jefferson College.

Olean Times Herald



TUESDAY, MAY 11, 2010

Losses at Grove City cost Bison PAC Tourney spot

Grove City denied the Bethany College baseball team a berth in the PAC Tournament by sweeping the Bison in a twinbill Monday by scores of 8-5 and 11-9, which closed BC’s regular season with an overall record of 20-17 and a PAC mark of 6-12.

Ohio Valley Athletics


Briefs: W&J to host PAC playoffs

Washington & Jefferson received the top seed for the PAC Baseball Championships, which runs Thursday through Saturday at Ross Memorial Park.

Washington Observer-Reporter



SUNDAY, MAY 9, 2010

Waynesburg's legendary Marisa to retire

Rudy Marisa, a member of Waynesburg University's athletic department for 41 years, will retire this July. He is originally from Fredericktown.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


College notes: Herringshaw breaking all the records

From the beginning, Mike Herringshaw knew what he wanted to accomplish in his baseball career at Grove City College (Pa.).


W&J eliminates Waynesburg from PAC playoff contention

Waynesburg University fell victim to a sweep at the hands of Washington & Jefferson Saturday by scores of 3-1 and 10-8, eliminating the Yellow Jackets from playoff contention.

Uniontown Herald-Standard


Briefs: College baseball

Washington & Jefferson capped its regular season with a doubleheader sweep of Waynesburg in Presidents' Athletic Conference play, 3-1 and 10-8.

Washington Observer-Reporter




Bracken County's Dylan Hamilton chooses Thomas More

Hamilton chose TMC over Bluffton University (Ohio) and will sign on May 19 at the high school. He led Bracken County to the school's first region tournament appearance in 6 seasons in 2010.

Bluegrass State Basketball


Briefs: College baseball

Jim Pasquine set a school single-game record with three home runs and drove in nine runs as Washington & Jefferson outslugged Waynesburg 22-18 in a Presidents' Athletic Conference game.

Washington Observer-Reporter



FRIDAY, MAY 7, 2010


Washington & Jefferson College senior Tyler Kaido was 1-for-4 with a RBI and two runs scored as the Presidents topped Grove City College 17-8 Saturday.

Zanesville Times Recorder


Headed to Washington & Jefferson

Cassadaga Valley seniors Andrew Pingitore, in front second from left, and B.J. Monacelli, in front third from left, have signed letters of intent to play football at Washington and Jefferson College.

Jamestown Post Journal


In left-hander Uhl, Saints draw an ace

Paul Uhl may not have passed the eyeball test most college baseball coaches use on pitchers, nor did he have the numbers coaches seek on the radar gun.

Cincinnati Enquirer


Thomas More's Kohrs named to Hampshire Honor Society

Thomas More College senior linebacker Brandon Kohrs (Newport, Ky./Newport Central Catholic) has been to the National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame's Hampshire Honor Society, which is comprised of college football players who maintain a 3.2 grade point average or better.

Newport News (


Patterson, Magister earn CoSIDA honor

Grove City College junior baseball players Andrew Patterson (Akron, Ohio/Cuyahoga Valley Christian) and Marcus Magister (Allison Park, Pa./Hampton) both earned ESPN The Magazine/College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) College Division Academic All-District honors Thursday from the region's sports information directors.

My Valley




Dominick to take field at Thiel College next fall

Norwin linebacker Matt Dominick had his senior season cut short last fall when he suffered a season-ending knee injury. For many players, the injury would have ended their careers.



Bethany set to host 2010 PAC Softball Tournament this weekend

After rolling through the regular season with a 29-11 overall record and an 11-3 conference mark, the Bethany College softball team earned the #1 seed and hosting right for the 2010 Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) Softball Tournament.

Ohio Valley Athletics


Saint Vincent scores 7 unanswered runs to beat Titans

The Westminster College baseball team lost 7-2 at Saint Vincent Wednesday after leading 2-0 through two and a half innings and surrendering seven unanswered runs.

My Valley


Champion grad takes over as GCC track coach

Grove City College assistant football/assistant track and field coach Todd Gibson will take over as the College’s head men’s and women’s track and field coach, effective July 1, 2010.

My Valley




Finley comes up big

Junior Desiree Finley (Hanover Area) helped the Bethany College women’s track team finish third in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Outdoor Track Championships last Saturday in Grove City.

Wilkes Barre Times Leader


Westminster softball no. 3 in PAC Tournament

The Westminster College softball team has qualified for the Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) Tournament which will be a double-elimination tournament hosted by top-seeded Bethany College Friday and Saturday.

My Valley


Bethany's Jump honored as PAC Pitcher of the Week

After helping the Bethany College softball team go unbeaten last week, freshman Emily Jump (Milford, Del./Polytech) was chosen as the Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) Pitcher of the Week for May 3.

Ohio Valley Athletics



Mary Margaret Boda went 3-for-3 in each game and knocked in six runs during Muskingum's sweep of Washington & Jefferson, 10-0 and 9-1.

Washington Observer-Reporter


Pierce earns MVP of PAC T-F meet

Grove City College junior Emily Pierce earned Track Most Valuable Performer Saturday night at the Presidents' Athletic Conference Championships, hosted by Grove City at Robert E. Thorn Field.

The Ogdensburg (N.Y.) Journal



TUESDAY, MAY 4, 2010

District sports briefs

Sophomore Merrissa Malcolm (Freeport) captured the Division III Presidents' Athletic Conference title in the pole vault with a height of 10 feet, 2 inches last weekend.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Local sports briefs

The St. Vincent College softball team completed its 2010 season with an 18-15 overall record, with a trio of Johnstown natives playing a large part in the team’s success.

Johnstown (Pa.) Tribune Democrat


W&J loses assistant

For the second consecutive week, a Washington & Jefferson assistant women's basketball coach has earned a Division III head coaching position.

Washington Observer-Reporter


Local Sports: Matt Drakeley

Washington & Jefferson College basketball point guard Matt Drakeley has been awarded a $7,500 postgraduate scholarship by the NCAA.

Washington Observer-Reporter



MONDAY, MAY 3, 2010

Falls football sends two more to college

In 2008, Newton Falls football coach Greg Lazzari took over a rough Tigers program and looked to turn things around both on the field and off. (Warren Tribune)


College corner tidbits

Hollidaysburg graduate Brock Porter had two hits and two RBIs for Thiel College recently as it lost to Grove City, 6-3.

Altoona Mirror


Bethany earns top seed hosting rights for PAC softball championship tournament

The Presidents’ Athletic Conference has announced seeds and pairings for the 2010 PAC Softball Championship Tournament, scheduled for Friday-Saturday, May 7-8 at top-seeded Bethany College in Bethany, W.Va.

Ohio Valley


Geibel grad takes over Chatham volleyball

Throughout high school and college, Kristin Hozak Consuegra always had success as a volleyball player. Now, she'll have the opportunity to see how successful she can be as a coach.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


California, Bethany softball coaches reach milestones

Division III Bethany (W.Va.) coach Jan Forsty recorded her 600th career victory during a doubleheader sweep of Washington & Jefferson on Saturday.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review



SUNDAY, MAY 2, 2010

College notes: Honor roll

Washington & Jefferson senior Bryan Considder (Chardon) was selected as a Presidents' Athletic Conference track and field athlete of the week after setting a PAC South Quad meet record in the shot put.



Bethany clinches top seed in PAC softball; Forsty claims win 600

By sweeping visiting Washington & Jefferson Saturday by scores of 3-1 and 7-1, the Bethany College softball team not only gave head coach Jan Forsty her 600th career win, but also clinched the #1 seed and hosting rights for next weekend’s PAC Tournament.



The 21st-ranked Washington & Jefferson baseball team split a doubleheader against Grove City in Presidents' Athletic Conference action at Ross Memorial Park.

Washington Observer-Reporter


AC hires new women's coach

Washington & Jefferson College assistant Michelle Filander has been named the new head coach of the Austin College women's basketball program.

Herald Democrat


Filander named 'Roo women's hoops coach

Michelle Filander has been named the new head coach of the Austin College women’s basketball program, vice president for Student Affairs and Athletics Tim Millerick has announced.





In a PAC doubleheader where pitching was just an afterthought, Thomas More won twice, beating Waynesburg 14-12 and 16-15.

Washington Observer-Reporter


High-flying offense leads Thiel to 23-9 rout of Geneva

Shades of the prolific offenses of Thiel baseball teams past were on display on Friday afternoon at Tomcat Park, as the home-standing club waxed the Geneva College Golden Tornadoes, 23-9.

My Valley


District notebook

Westminster senior first baseman Jennifer Emery, a Laurel High School graduate, set two school records Wednesday as the Titans defeated Chatham.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


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