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Men's track competes at Yale

February 3, 2011


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By Colin Fields Contributing Writer The men’s track and field team sent several competitors and strung together a solid performance at the Giegengack Invitational at Yale University this past weekend. Several Bison runners posted personal bests, and sprinter Kamal Riley ’14 returned from injury in...

Women's basketball drops two

February 3, 2011


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By Eric Weiss Senior Writer The women's basketball team had a rough time this past week, dropping a tough loss to Navy, 66-45, on Saturday at home and swallowing another loss to American on the road Wednesday, 66-38. The Navy game started off well for the Bison as they put the first nine points on the...

Bison win to solidify first in Patriot League

February 3, 2011


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By Greg Stevenson Senior Writer With first place in the Patriot League standings on the line at Sojka Pavilion on Wednesday night, the Bison men’s basketball team outlasted the American Eagles and came out on top, 66-60, in a clash between the conference’s two top squads. “We have been preparing to...

Wrestling improves home record to 3-3

February 3, 2011


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By Joe Ruby Writer The men’s wrestling team evened its home record to 3-3 and improved to 5-10 overall by defeating out-of-conference rival Lock Haven (5-9) 26-13 last Friday. Derek Reber ’12 and Corey Lear ’13 each pinned their opponents, and No. 6 Kevin LeValley ’11, Brantley Hooks ’11,...

Morque '13 wins all but one

February 3, 2011


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By Chris McCree Writer The men’s tennis team opened the season with two tough losses to Carnegie Mellon and Duquesne this past weekend in Pittsburgh. Although the team managed only three victories over the weekend, it saw its star Kelly Morque ’13 win his 12th straight singles match against hi...

Women lose first three matches

February 3, 2011


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By Lindsay Regruto Staff Writer The women’s tennis team suffered tough losses against Pittsburgh and Duquesne over the weekend in the opening dual matches of the spring season. Later in the week, the Bison tried to score their first-ever win against Penn State, but the Lions prevailed. Though the B...

Super weekend begins

January 27, 2011


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By Justin Cohen Writer As the nation prepares to shine its spotlight on Dallas for Super Bowl XLV, the Pittsburgh Steelers and Green Bay Packers are hard at work, each seeking to add another title to its respective franchise. In a season of parity throughout the league, it seems fitting that the...

Nicholson continues dazzling rookie year

January 27, 2011


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By Chris McCree Writer The men’s swimming team closed out the regular season with a tough loss against UConn on Friday night at Kinney Natatorium, 177.5-116.5, the team's second largest margin of defeat this season. Despite the loss, Mike Nicholson ’14 provided an amazing end to his first year, co...

Lady Bison end season

January 27, 2011


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By Andrew Arnao Contributing Writer After facing the University of Connecticut in a 191-109 home loss on Friday, the women’s swimming and diving team hosted the Bison Invitational and had several top finishers. The meet against UConn was the final dual meet of the season for the Orange and Blue....

Women's track hosts home meet

January 27, 2011


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By Joyce Novacek Writer This past weekend, athletes on the women’s track and field team had successful performances at both the Bison Open and Multi and the Penn State National Invitational.  Sasha Hornock ’13 led the Orange and Blue at the Bison Open and Multi, winning the long jump and the 60-meter dash....

Men's track performs well in three different meets

January 27, 2011


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By Colin Fields Contributing Writer The Bison men’s track team shined at three different venues this past weekend. The men’s 4x400-meter relay team finished fourth at the Millrose Games at Madison Square Garden in New York. Closer to home was the Penn State Invitational, where the Orange and Blue...

Women's tennis looks to start season

January 27, 2011


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By Lindsay Regruto Staff Writer Despite a rocky start at the Cornell Invitational this past weekend, the women’s tennis team remains confident as it heads into spring duals tied for second in the preseason poll. The Orange and Blue played against Army, Cornell and Binghamton to kick off the se...

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