‘Sports’

  • Japanese water polo player makes mark

    Oct 6, 11 • 2244 Views • Sports, Water PoloNo Comments

    by Sophomore Daisuke Takagi’s journey to becoming one of the stars on the Gannon University men’s water polo team is one that took moxie to undertake and perception to understand. Takagi’s story began with his birth in Tokyo. He moved twice more after...

  • Knights in hunt for postseason

    Oct 6, 11 • 1082 Views • Sports, Women's SoccerNo Comments

    by After getting shut out by California University of Pennsylvania last week, the Gannon University women’s soccer team returned to the win column Saturday with a win over Shippensburg University, edging the Red Raiders 3-2. Senior forward Amanda...

  • Joe Knows

    Oct 6, 11 • 663 Views • Joe KnowsNo Comments

    by It’s never easy to get someone to do something. We all know this from arguing with a stubborn professor or when trying to send soup back at a deli. The task becomes even more difficult when you have to convince a young person high on adrenaline and...

  • Volleyball surpasses PSAC rivals

    Sep 29, 11 • 1035 Views • VolleyballNo Comments

    by A heartbreaking four-set loss to regional rival Wheeling Jesuit University snapped the Gannon University volleyball team’s 10-game winning streak Tuesday as the Knights were unable to defeat the Cardinals on their home court. After splitting the first...

  • Knights ice Penn State Behrend

    Sep 29, 11 • 1177 Views • HockeyNo Comments

    by The Gannon University club hockey team won its season opener against Penn State Behrend by a score of 5-2 Sunday at the Ice Center of Erie. Leading the way for Gannon was sophomore Cj Thibault, who contributed in three of the team’s scores with two goals...

  • Men’s soccer evens record with win

    Sep 29, 11 • 901 Views • Men's SoccerNo Comments

    by After the Gannon University men’s soccer team managed a tie in a scoreless double-overtime game Friday against Ashland, the Knights earned a 2-0 victory against Urbana University Sunday afternoon at Gannon University Field. Coach Rob Van Rheenen said the...

  • Gannon receiver Jones-in’ for stability

    Sep 29, 11 • 1178 Views • FootballNo Comments

    by Gannon University wide receiver Jonathan Jones will soon sport a quarter-sized ring for his coaching efforts in his high school alma mater’s undefeated championship season. But, if you ask Jones, he’ll tell you it’s one of the least valuable gifts he...

  • Football falls to rival Edinboro

    Sep 29, 11 • 982 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 • 791 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 • 1541 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...