Four in a row: Women’s cross country once again PAC champions

Jackets edge upstart Geneva squad for fourth consecutive championship

If any team was going to stop Waynesburg University from winning a fourth straight Presidents’ Athletic Conference women’s cross country championship, Geneva would have been a good bet.  Before the season, the Golden Tornadoes were picked to finish third in the preseason poll behind the Yellow Jackets and Grove City. During the season, Geneva competed … Continue reading

Women’s senior class overcomes setbacks, now on the brink of fourth conference champinship

Freshman year feels like an eternity ago for senior women’s cross country runner Mary Beth Cunningham. “Four years is a whirlwind in my head,” the Grayson County, Virginia native said. Indeed, four years is a long time for a college student to grow, whether it’d be academically, athletically or socially. Cunningham and classmates Katie Jones, … Continue reading

Men’s team looks to take the next step at PAC championships.

Jackets to compete in New Wilmington Saturday.

The 2019 Presidents’ Athletic Conference cross country championships are just around the corner.  In this event, Waynesburg University proudly boasts of its women’s team, which has one three straight championships.  On the other side,  expectations are high for the men’s team, which hopes for a top three finish Saturday in Westminster.    The spirit heading … Continue reading

Going for four: Women’s cross country looks to defend Presidents’ Athletic Conference championship again

Race scheduled for Saturday

Entering this year’s Presidents’ Athletic Conference Championship meet, the women’s cross-country team will look to defend its title for the third straight year. This year, albeit successful, hasn’t been the easiest as far as competition goes. In several meets this year, Waynesburg has not always been the top representative from the PAC. On more than … Continue reading

Men’s soccer falls to Geneva, ending season in heartbreak

Jackets eliminated from playoffs in last regular season game for the third straight year.

In the pouring rain, it came down to the final game of the regular season for the Waynesburg University men’s soccer team. If the Jackets won, they would have still been alive for the Presidents Athletic Conference postseason. If they lost, those hopes would dissipate. The Jackets [5-9-3, 2-3-3] lost in heartbreaking fashion, 2-1 in … Continue reading

Senior’s heroics keep Waynesburg’s playoff hopes alive

Late goal by Teagan Jenner difference in 1-0 win over Geneva

Waynesburg kept its faint postseason hopes alive for post season with a tight 1-0 over Geneva Tuesday night at John F. Wiley Stadium. The Jackets were in do or die mode against the Golden Tornadoes.  If Waynesburg lost, its season would have been indefinitely over. Fortunately for the Jackets, senior captain, Teagan Jenner, overcame many … Continue reading

Men’s soccer has a chance to rewrite the script

Jackets still alive for playoff berth on season's last day

Well, here we go again. For the third year in a row, the Waynesburg University men’s soccer team will enter the last game of the regular season with a chance to qualify for the Presidents’ Athletic Conference playoffs. The first two games ended in heartbreak, and Wednesday’s game against Geneva gives Waynesburg a chance for … Continue reading

Jackets win second straight, beat Thiel on senior night

It was a rainy and dreary night at John F. Wiley Stadium. The rain didn’t stop the Waynesburg women’s soccer team from defeating the Thiel Tomcats 3-0, for its second win in Presidents’ Athletic Conference play. The game was ultimately decided in the first minute when senior forward Christina Golonka scored her third goal of … Continue reading

Men’s soccer wins second straight, beats Thiel

Jackets have one game left Wednesday night against Geneva

The men’s soccer team earned a much needed win for the team’s seven seniors Saturday on Senior Night. The Jackets [5-8-3] defeated the Thiel Tomcats, 5-1 at John F Wiley Stadium for their second straight Presidents’ Athletic Conference win. Waynesburg got off to a great start offensively, keeping the ball on Thiel’s side of the … Continue reading