Men’s basketball drops home opener to Fredonia State

Jackets now 0-3

In the first home game of the Tim Fusina era,  the Yellow Jacket basketball team failed to get their new coach his first win. Waynesburg dropped its third straight game if the season to the Fredonia State Blue Devils, 77-64.  Transfer-student Isaiah Alonzo started strong for the Jackets by scoring the first points of the … Continue reading

Jacket hoops go to work under Fusina

Waynesburg basketball set to open 2019 season this weekend

2,469 miles is what it took for the Waynesburg men’s basketball program to find it’s newest head coach. Tim Fusina takes the reigns for the 2019-20 season, and hopes to lead the Jackets to their first winning record since 2014.  Returning home from Thousand Oaks, California, Fusina was the head man at California Lutheran University … Continue reading

Fusina returns to PA, set to coach WU basketball

On the surface, the idea of Tim Fusina spending his winters in chilly Southwest Pennsylvania as opposed to the beaches and warmth of Southern California is a drastic change. While the move will still be quite an adjustment for Fusina— who’s moving more than 2,000 miles away from his home for the past two years— … Continue reading

Men’s basketball off to rocky start after weekend

Jackets 0-2 with losses to John Carroll and Allegheny

Things didn’t go well for debuting head coach Tim Fusina and the Waynesburg University Yellow Jacket basketball team this weekend, as they dropped both games in the Greg Richards Memorial Classic at Allegheny College. Friday night the Jackets fell to John Carroll 78-58, before losing to tournament host Allegheny, 82-62 Saturday night. Fusina saw both … Continue reading

Remembering the glory days

Team of 88 reflects on Final Four appearance

How’s this for a picture? Imagine a Saturday night at Waynesburg University. As is the case on most college campuses, many students who aren’t out partying will hang out in their room and watch ESPN. It’s March, so there’s a college basketball game on. The thought of such a small school like Waynesburg being one … Continue reading