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

Highly touted freshman class key to wrestling’s success

McGeary, Morris, Constable and Guy all key for Waynesburg in rookie seasons

Ron Headlee has seen a lot in his 12 years as Waynesburg University’s head wrestling coach. He’s turned the Yellow Jackets from a doormat to a powerhouse, and to do that, he needed the talent. With every season comes a new recruiting class, and the Jackets have had some quality influxes of talent. The 2009 … Continue reading