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Q&A: Tyler Godwin on sports information during pandemic

Fall without sports presents calm before storm in loaded Spring season

The Fall sports season is usually a time where athletic events are happening night in and night out. Tyler Godwin, who is the graduate assistant in sports information for Waynesburg University, works almost every sporting event, hastily trying to keep up with game statistics, updating the Jacket website, and many other tasks. A season without … Continue reading

PAC Spring Football Update

Starting date, 2 divisions highlight conference announcement

Football is coming back to the Presidents’ Athletic Conference. It is one of several sports to return to the PAC in the spring, and Friday, March 12 is set as the official starting date for the abbreviated 2020 season. You read that right: PAC football games are going to be played under the lights on … Continue reading

Why Choose WU? Athlete Spotlights

Junior Basketball Player transfers twice before landing at Waynesburg

Plans can change. The changes can move us in a different direction, even if that requires traveling far from home. This is the case for Waynesburg men’s basketball player, Carlton Brown. The west coast is home to the junior guard from Riverside, California. Brown played basketball at Riverside Polytechnic High School, the same high school … Continue reading

Greene County Football Game of the Week Recap: Waynesburg Central @ Washington

Prexies bounce back, return to form as Raiders struggle

The game was over by halftime. The Waynesburg Central Raiders struggled to keep up with the size and talent of the Washington Little Prexies on Friday night, and it all started from the opening kickoff. Waynesburg Central fumbled the opening kickoff, giving Washington an easy set up for its opening drive on the Waynesburg 32-yard … Continue reading

Service Learning During the Pandemic

How Waynesburg University Service Learning classes are adapting

Service Learning has taken a new direction at Waynesburg University for the fall semester of 2020. SLR 105 is a service-learning credit that every student is required to take before they graduate, completing 30 hours of service with a non-profit organization. The dilemma for this school year, however, is that service hours can only be … Continue reading

PAC, Waynesburg suspend fall sports due to COVID-19

Onderko: "This was not an easy decision for us."

A summer of unfavorable circumstances put the Presidents’ Athletic Conference and other collegiate conferences throughout the varying divisions of the NCAA into a challenging situation: the fate of collegiate athletics. As of now, COVID-19 has postponed all PAC athletic competition until after Jan. 1. According to PAC Commissioner Joe Onderko, every possible consideration was taken … Continue reading