Indoor track and field enters off-week, sets focus on PAC’s

The Waynesburg University women’s and men’s indoor track teams have been working extremely hard all season. When it comes to days off, the athletes don’t usually have much time. On Feb. 27, the Presidents’ Athletic Conference indoor track and field championships will be held at Youngstown State University. This leaves Yellow Jacket runners and throwers … Continue reading

Kollar, Bearcats too much for Waynesburg

Women's team drops shootout to PAC leaders

WAYNESBURG, PA– After a strong showing on the road earlier in the season, the women’s basketball team  (5-18, 4-10) was looking to upset PAC leaders St. Vincent (17-6, 13-1) during Saturday’s Presidents’ Athletic Conference matchup at the Rudy Marisa Fieldhouse. However, St. Vincent’s Madison Kollar scored a career high 41 points to lead the Lady Bearcats … Continue reading

PREVIEW: Men’s basketball looks to complete season sweep against St. Vincent

Jackets aiming to snap six-game skid

It was a hard-fought battle when Waynesburg (4-9, 4-18) and St. Vincent (6-7, 11-11) played in Latrobe. The Jackets came out on top 73-68 in overtime, ending their six-game losing streak against the Bearcats. Waynesburg looks to end a six-game losing streak on the season on Saturday. Coach Tim Fusina said that St. Vincent can … Continue reading

Wrestling team goes for four-peat

Jackets will compete for PAC championship at Washington & Jefferson Saturday

The Waynesburg wrestling team has a great opportunity in front of it. When they take the mat for the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Championships Saturday, Feb. 15 at Washington &  Jefferson College, the Jackets can win their fourth straight PAC championship. Standing in their way, however, is host W&J, who Waynesburg beat 22-21 in January, and … Continue reading

Waynesburg’s strength turns into weakness in loss at W&J

Jackets go 5-13 from the line in six-point loss, now losers of six straight.

WASHINGTON, PA— If Waynesburg executed the thing it does best, maybe Wednesday night’s result at Washington & Jefferson would have been different. The Yellow Jackets [4-19, 4-9] shoot free throws better than anybody else in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference, and it’s not close. The Jackets shoot 75% collectively, which is 5% better than the next best … Continue reading