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Q&A: Emily Taylor starts journey at Waynesburg

Ready for challenge as head coach after three years as assistant at W&J.

Emily Taylor didn’t have to travel far to find her next coaching job. Prior to becoming the head volleyball coach at Waynesburg University last February, she was an intern assistant coach for three seasons at Washington & Jefferson College. Before her coaching days, she was a two-year captain of the volleyball team at Penn State … Continue reading

WU Soccer and Baseball update

How each teams are conducting workouts and training

No Waynesburg University fall sports are being played in 2020. That hasn’t stopped the men’s and women’s soccer teams from having training sessions.  The Waynesburg baseball team doesn’t normally play until the spring. However, they are still proceeding with fall workouts like they would every year. The baseball team only got to play in Florida … Continue reading

NFL Quarterback talks to Waynesburg Athletes

Soccer and Football teams listen and learn underdog QB's life experience

During these crazy times, it allows us to think of creative things to do. The Waynesburg University soccer teams and football team did just that one week before classes started. They were able to talk to an NFL quarterback. That quarterback was Kirk Cousins, who plays for the Minnesota Vikings. They were able to get … Continue reading

Greene County Football: Week #2 Preview 

Three games to watch for in Week 2

Waynesburg Central (0-1) @ Washington (0-1) 2A Century Conference  Waynesburg Central and Washington did not get off to the starts they wanted last week. Waynesburg Central lost in their return to 2A to Beth-Center 20-7, and the Raiders have not won a conference game since 2017. The Prexies had a tough loss to McGuffey last … Continue reading

COLUMN: Steelers Season Outlook 

Roethlisberger's Return, keys for Pittsburgh to get back to postseason

It’s a great feeling to see football on TV again. The Steelers football season is upon us, and their quest for a seventh Super Bowl title begins. The Steelers went 8-8 last season and missed the playoffs for the second season in a row, but arguably the biggest story line going into the season is … Continue reading

This Week in WU Sports History

Football kicks off historic 2012 season

In the 2012 football season, Waynesburg accomplished something they hadn’t done in almost half a century. The Jackets had double-digit victories for the first time since 1966. They won the NAIA Championship that season and finished with a perfect 11-0 record. A year earlier, the 2011 season, Waynesburg finished with a 5-5 record and lost … Continue reading

Senior Spotlight: Sefick finds home in secondary, looking to play at the highest level

Waynesburg University senior football player Brennan Sefick’s playing career had some challenges. After he started 5 games as a freshman, Sefick missed his entire sophomore season with an injury. Sefick came back strong, however, and posted two strong campaigns to end his college football career. In 2018 and ‘19, he was named second-team All-PAC, and … Continue reading

Waynesburg comeback falls short against Chatham, season comes to the end

Jackets finish 6-20

Waynesburg put themselves in a difficult spot by being down 21 points at halftime to the defending Presidents’ Athletic Conference Champions. The Jackets fought back, starting the second half on a 11-0 run before trimming the Cougars lead to four points three separate times. Ultimately, however, Waynesburg [6-20] fell short in the first round of … Continue reading

Preview: Waynesburg looks to end long losing streak against Bethany

Jackets have dropped 10 straight against Bison

No one on Waynesburg’s roster has beaten Bethany. The Yellow Jackets [5-10 5-19] has lost 10 games in a row to the Bison [3-12 4-20], and the latest failure was particularly painful.   When Waynesburg rode into West Virginia Jan. 18, the team was flying high on a four-game winning streak, playing a Bison squad that … Continue reading