Antonio Pelullo

After losing key athletes to graduation, wrestling team looks to move forward

Last year the Presidents’ Athletic Conference  wrestling championship came down to the last match of the season. Then Waynesburg senior, Jake Evans, was in need of a win for his fourth straight PAC title. Evans won, and secured the championship for Waynesburg. This year, the Yellow Jackets won’t have the luxury of having one of … Continue reading

Women’s soccer falls to undefeated Pitt-Greensburg

Jackets now losers of four straight

The Waynesburg University women’s soccer team (2-6-0) lost too  Pitt Greensburg (8-0-0) Tuesday evening, 3-1 in regulation. After a scoreless first half, the Jackets drew first blood shortly after halftime. Senior midfielder Teagan Jenner scored in the 47th minute of the game on a penalty kick. The Jackets held that lead until freshman midfielder Ashley … Continue reading

Mens cross country captures fifth at Westminster Fisher Invitational

The men’s cross country team finished in fifth place out of 11 teams at the Westminster Fisher Invitational August 31. The Jackets were led by freshman Jac Cokley who finished 17th overall. The Cochranton, Pennsylvania  native, finished four spots ahead of the next Waynesburg athlete  which in part surprised head coach Chris Hardie. “I do … Continue reading

BSU tries to fight against ignorance, inform on culture

Last February the Black Student Union began their club to share experiences on a largely caucasian campus. Today, they want inclusivity and to fight against ignorance for the greater good. Chyanne Vanzant, junior international studies major and president of  BSU, wants to see a change in the way students on campus view black culture. Vanzant … Continue reading

Evans leads Jackets to fourth-place finish in tournament

Last year when the Waynesburg University wrestling team traveled to the John Summa Invitational, it finished in eighth place. This year the team improved, placing fourth place thanks to strong showings from junior Dan Verhovsek in the 157-165 pound weight class and freshman Dylan Williams, (125). Both wrestlers were able to reach the semifinals but … Continue reading

Conductors travel to perform music symposium at Waynesburg

Professional and soon-to-be professional conductors will be traveling from all over the country to come to Waynesburg University for a conducting symposium. Dr. Richard Mayne, professor of music at the University of Northern Colorado, will be leading the symposium while the Waynesburg symphonic band will be playing. Mayne is a bandmaster and has led orchestras … Continue reading

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