‘Sports’

  • Senior sets all-time scoring mark

    Apr 13, 11 • 1281 Views • Lacrosse, SportsNo Comments

    by The Gannon University lacrosse season hasn’t exactly gone as coach Steve Wagner drew it up, but after a strong stretch of games, the Knights could be in a position to pencil themselves into the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference playoffs. The Knights...

  • Editor prefers his Tigers black

    Apr 13, 11 • 735 Views • SportsNo Comments

    by Tiger Woods can you, uh, please start golfing again like it’s the year 2002? Pretty please? With a cherry on top? If the PGA Tour wants any chance of me sending one of my Nielsen ratings its way, Woods’ name better be at the top of the leaderboard come...

  • Gannon students turn ERIEsistable

    Apr 13, 11 • 1918 Views • SportsNo Comments

    by Some dancers eventually move on from the art, but others find any new opportunity ERIEsistable.   Senior business administration major Mindy Fulcher and junior journalism communications major Landis Erwin can place themselves into the latter group, as...

  • Sledge drops bomb; Cal drops hammer

    Apr 13, 11 • 1084 Views • Softball, SportsNo Comments

    by As the 2011 regular season starts approaching the end for the Gannon University softball team, coach Tom Jakubowski and company draw closer to reaching a goal set a few months ago. “When the season started, I said I would be happy with a .500 record,”...

  • Revenge of the NERDs

    Apr 6, 11 • 956 Views • Baseball, SportsNo Comments

    by If Gannon University ever needed to find tutors for its dreaded statistics class, all it would have to do is grab someone from the stands of a baseball game. Since Major League Baseball’s beginning in 1869, statistics have been as much a part of...

  • Dragon puts clamps on ‘Boro, Point Park

    Apr 6, 11 • 941 Views • Softball, SportsNo Comments

    by Erie’s recent bouts of inclement weather may have postponed four of the Gannon University softball team’s eight games last week, but it couldn’t stop Megan Dragon. The sophomore pitcher logged three complete games, going 2-1 for the Knights as the...

  • Chemistry guides Knights past Bloomsburg in PSAC showdown

    Apr 6, 11 • 953 Views • Lacrosse, SportsNo Comments

    by After winning its only game last week, the Gannon University lacrosse team is starting to understand something few college students are able to crack, according to coach Steve Wagner – chemistry. “It feels like, to me, that we are finally figuring out...

  • Past Pirates maintain present support

    Apr 6, 11 • 1002 Views • Baseball, Sports1 Comment

    by Typical Pirates. All the negative Nancies couldn’t move their fingers fast enough to eke out this short, belittling statement as their Facebook status after the Pittsburgh Pirates gave up a three-run lead in the eighth inning of Saturday’s game. Boy,...

  • Hoffman, Tomko lead offensive attack as Gannon posts eight runs in final two frames

    Apr 6, 11 • 917 Views • Baseball, SportsNo Comments

    by Anything Terry Carson can do, Michael Tomko can do better. Six days after Carson, a redshirt freshman, knocked in the game-winning run in the Gannon University baseball team’s 7-6 victory over Indiana (Pa.) University, Tomko’s two-out, two-run double...

  • The upside of Downey

    Mar 30, 11 • 942 Views • SportsNo Comments

    by The “We Love Lou” sign that engulfs the west side of Freeman Hall during home games is as good as a jersey hanging from the Hammermill Center rafters for Lou Downey. But what’s with all the love for the redshirt freshman? Downey has yet to blast one...