‘Sports’

  • Football falls to rival Edinboro

    Sep 29, 11 • 903 Views • Football, NewsNo Comments

    by Two steps forward, one step back. Whatever momentum the Gannon University football team found in its shutout win over Millersville, the Knights quickly gave back in their 27-0 loss to Edinboro University Saturday. In front of 2,100 fans at Gannon...

  • Joe Knows

    Sep 29, 11 • 740 Views • Joe KnowsNo Comments

    by I must give credit where credit is due – the Cleveland Indians’ 2011 season is officially a success. The Indians battled through inexperience, off-the-field distractions and a massive slew of injuries to attain what few people thought they could: a...

  • Caliste shows big talent, bigger heart

    Sep 21, 11 • 1425 Views • Football, SportsNo Comments

    by Justin Caliste’s appearance has the potential to surprise people. His 5-foot-5-inch frame shocked the Millersvile University football team on his way to three touchdowns in Gannon University’s 47-0 win over the Mauraders Saturday. But the friendly...

  • Joe Knows

    Sep 21, 11 • 716 Views • Joe Knows, SportsNo Comments

    by Talk about the Circle of Life. As I sat watching a “Seinfeld” rerun late last week, my attention waned as a commercial break hijacked the TV screen. After a few minutes, with my concentration — and thumbs — now firmly planted on the cell phone...

  • Sazama, Wendel help Knights to successful weekend

    Sep 21, 11 • 691 Views • Sports, VolleyballNo Comments

    by Junior outside hitter Lauren Sazama’s dominant performance in the Gannon University volleyball team’s win Saturday against Millersville University reflected the team’s commanding sweep of four teams in two days. Sazama, who has been one of the...

  • Last-second goal drains water polo

    Sep 21, 11 • 1236 Views • Sports, Water PoloNo Comments

    by The Gannon University men’s water polo team was plagued again by their inability to close out tight games in their 12-11 loss to Notre Dame College in South Euclid, Ohio on Saturday. After its second loss to Notre Dame in the past two weeks, the team’s...

  • Women’s soccer powered by freshman scorer

    Sep 21, 11 • 1043 Views • Sports, Women's SoccerNo Comments

    by Gannon University’s women’s soccer team made up a loss against Kutztown University by scoring a victory and a pair of ties in the past week. On Tuesday, the Knights found their six-game win streak against Lock Haven University in danger as they...

  • Knights drop second straight game

    Sep 15, 11 • 911 Views • Football, SportsNo Comments

    by The Gannon University football team continued to endure the usual growing pains characteristic of a young team in its loss to Shippensburg University Saturday at Gannon University Field. In what initially appeared to be a close conference game, the ’Ship...

  • Sharbaugh’s leadership, talent critical for success

    Sep 15, 11 • 821 Views • Sports, Women's SoccerNo Comments

    by It was bound to happen, but the pressure is officially off senior forward Amanda Sharbaugh. She’s now the career goals and points record holder at Gannon University. At the end of last season, she tied Erin Cray (1997-00) for the most goals scored in a...

  • Joe Knows

    Sep 15, 11 • 876 Views • Joe Knows, SportsNo Comments

    by Really, Serena, really? “You’re a hater, and unattractive… inside?” That’s the best you can do? I thought Serena Williams needed work on her backhand, not her comebacks. The truth is, the only thing Williams was guilty of Sunday during her...