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The mens gold team had a strong performance at the Atlantic East Regional Preview. Abe Homes (pictured above), shot an 80 on the opening day.

Men’s golf finishes strong at Atlantic regional

Michael Guido, Managing and Sports Editor April 13, 2022

The Gannon University men’s golf team pulled out strong finishes during the Atlantic East Regional Preview at the Ravenwood Golf Club in Victor, N.Y., Sunday and Monday. On Sunday, the Knights sat...

Women’s lacrosse struggles on the road

Michael Guido, Managing & Sports Editor April 13, 2022

The Gannon University women’s lacrosse team fell to Lock Haven, 14-8, in a PSAC West showdown Saturday at Charlotte Smith Field in Lock Haven.  The turning point was a big second quarter for the...

Opening Day a welcome part of the year

Michael Guido, Managing & Sports Editor April 6, 2022

Every spring, as the trees begin to blossom and birds begin to sing, fans across North America flock to ballparks and prepare for a time-honored tradition: opening day. Growing up, I knew the sign that...

Progress report for Gannon sports: March 24 – April 6

Michael Guido, Managing & Sports Editor April 6, 2022

Baseball (14-7): After a postponement of the doubleheader Friday, the Knights came back to the field with a sweep of Mercyhurst on Saturday before a split doubleheader Sunday. A doubleheader against...

The Gannon University competitive cheer and dance team is getting ready to compete in the NCA & NDA College Nationals in Daytona Beach, Fla.

Competitive dance seeks victory at Daytona

Michael Guido, Managing & Sports Editor April 6, 2022

Gannon University’s competitive cheer and dance team is once again heading to Daytona Beach, Fla., this weekend in its pursuit of claiming NCA & NDA College Nationals. The team will head into...

Late rally isn’t enough, lacrosse falls short

Michael Guido, Managing & Sports Editor March 30, 2022

The women’s lacrosse team fell short in its quest to defeat Seton Hill by a score of 15-10 Saturday. The Griffins opened up a commanding 9-2 lead at halftime before blowing the game open by stretching...

The baseball team split its weekend series against California (Pa.) to improve to 9-4 on the season. Pitching dominated the first game for Gannon.

Baseball team splits doubleheader; now 9-4

Timothy Corso, Staff Writer March 30, 2022

The Gannon University baseball team split a road doubleheader Friday with California (Pa.), winning the first game 1-0 and falling in the second 8-1. The first game was a classic pitcher’s duel. The...

‘30 for 30’ an amazing way to share the beauty of sports

Michael Guido, Managing & Sports Editor March 30, 2022

When I was just 10 or 11, my Dad showed me a documentary titled “King’s Ransom,” which is about when hockey legend Wayne Gretzky was traded in one of the most shocking player moves in the history...

Progress Report for Gannon sports: Feb. 16 to March 23

Michael Guido, Managing & Sports Editor March 23, 2022

Women’s laccrosse (3-3): The Knights rebounded from back-to-back losses to shut out county-rival Edinboro 23-0 Saturday. The shutout is only the third time in program history that an opponent has...

Deshaun Watson trade perplexing on many levels

Michael Guido, Managing & Sports Editor March 23, 2022

The Cleveland Browns stunned the football world last week, announcing they had traded for disgraced Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson in one of the biggest blockbuster trades the NFL has seen in...

NFL free agency brings about whirlwind changes

Michael Guido, Managing & Sports Editor March 16, 2022

It’s that time of the year again when the flowers begin to blossom and the new league year begins for the NFL. That also means that free agency is upon us. By the time this article is published,...

Emma Wright and Gannons womens basketball team came just short in the NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional, falling to Shepherd, 93-89.

Women’s basketball falls short in quarterfinal

Timothy Corso, Staff Writer March 16, 2022

The Gannon University women’s basketball team fell 93-89 to Shepherd in double overtime in its NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional tournament opener Friday in Glenville, W. Va. The loss ended the Knights’...

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