Playoff Preview: Men’s team looks to upset defending PAC champs

Jackets at Chatham in first-round matchup

Survive and advance. That’s what the Waynesburg University men’s basketball team is hoping to do during this weeks Presidents Athletic Conference playoffs. The Yellow Jackets [6-19] are the tournaments seventh seed and will travel to Chatham to face the second-seeded Cougars [16-9]. “We have to guard the three on Tuesday,” head coach Tim Fusina said. … Continue reading

COLUMN: NBA Finals Review

Against all odds, the Lakers win one for Kobe

No NBA champion has ever faced the amount of adversity the Los Angeles Lakers have this season. It’s impossible to put into words what this title means, but the story of how we got here isn’t one I, or any other Lakers fan, will ever forget. This season tipped off under normal circumstances. With a … Continue reading

Waynesburg Basketball teams Update

Both teams testing, Men's team back to practicing

By: Chris Romano & Tyler Zeman  Staff Writers For the Yellow Jacket The Waynesburg University basketball teams are back to practice, even with all the uncertainty lingering around the restart of Division III college sports. Practices began on Oct. 1, which is a date they had been targeting for a while. Surprisingly, it comes two … 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

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