Adam Morgante

Fourth quarter comeback falls short against Bethany

Lady Jacket’s three game winning streak against the Bison comes to an end

The Waynesburg women’s basketball team was trailing 47-32 at the start of the fourth quarter. The Lady Jackets used a 13-1 run to cut the deficit to three points with a jump shot made by freshman Marley Wolf with 2:22 remaining in the fourth quarter. Bethany however, would pull away with a 6-0 run to … Continue reading

Popeck back on the court after season ending injury

Junior guard's recovery and return to Waynesburg lineup

Junior guard Matt Popeck is back to contributing mightily for the Waynesburg men’s basketball team. Before the 2021 season, Popeck had to overcome some adversity to get back on the basketball court. Last season, he suffered a knee injury that required surgery in Waynesburg’s loss to Allegheny College during the second game of the season.  … Continue reading

COLUMN: NFL Season in Review

How the league was able to complete the season during these unprecedented times

The NFL season ended this past Sunday with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeating the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9 in Super Bowl 55. The Buccaneers won their second Super Bowl, and Tom Brady won his 7th ring. A lot of planning went on by the NFL to play in the middle of a global pandemic before … Continue reading

Lady Jackets feel good to be back

Ready for season opener at Grove City

The Waynesburg women’s basketball team hasn’t played in a game in over 11 months. The Lady Jackets normally would be in the middle of their Presidents’ Athletic Conference schedule, but the COVID-19 pandemic had other plans by delaying the season to the beginning of 2021. Instead of playing a 16-game conference schedule, Waynesburg will play … Continue reading

Why Choose WU? Athlete Spotlight series

From Michigan to Pennsylvania, Sophomore wrestler finds a home at Waynesburg

Sophomore wrestler Luke LaVanway might be far from home, but he has made a new one at Waynesburg University. Over five hours from his hometown in Monroe, Michigan, LaVanway enjoys being a member of the wrestling team and spending time with his teammates off the mat. Even though he’s a solid distance from home, LaVanway … Continue reading

COLUMN: Steelers off to a hot start

First 7-0 start since 1978, observations at mid point of season

At the halfway point of the season, the Steelers are 7-0. Good enough for the best record in the National Football League. The last time the Steelers started a season 7-0: 1978. Jimmy Carter was the President of the United States. The average cost of gas in the U.S. was about 70 cents. The Bee … Continue reading

Athletes connect through FCA

What it is, what they do, and how to get involved?

  What does FCA stand for? It stands for Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Even though no Waynesburg University fall sports are being played, athletes from all sports can connect through Christ off the field. Plus, you don’t even have to be an athlete to participate in FCA. They have their meetings every Monday night in … Continue reading

Greene County Football Preview: Week 7

Four games to watch in last week of regular season

Yellow Jacket Game of the Week – Bentworth (3-3) @ Mapletown (1-5) – Friday at 7 p.m. If Bentworth wants to keep its slim playoff hopes alive, the Bearcats must win this game. They upset a surging Avella team last Thursday night, 41-31. Running back Owen Petrisek scored three touchdowns in the victory. Mapletown lost … Continue reading