Delaney continues basketball career on the sidelines

Former Jacket now assistant coach at same school her mother played for

Alli Delaney is a girl that grew up in a small town of Belmont, Ohio, that has a population of just under 500 people. She went to a small school called Union Local. This is where she excelled as a basketball and softball player. She was a very decorated player, both on the court and … Continue reading

Senior Spotlight: Basketball sneakers and Army boots

Women's basketball player follows in brother's footsteps as member of United States Army

The military has been a part of Erin Joyce’s life for longer than she can remember. Her brother, Chief Warrant Officer 3 Robert Joyce, has been in the U.S. Army since Erin was two years old. It wasn’t until she got to college, however, that Erin began to consider the military life herself. Until then … Continue reading

Jackets beat Bethany for the third time, advance in PAC tournament

Women to face Westminster next

Two minutes into the fourth quarter of Monday night’s first round Presidents’ Athletic Conference tournament game against Bethany, Waynesburg coach Sam Jones had to take a timeout. Everything was fine on the scoreboard. The Yellow Jackets led by eight. The problem was, just a minute earlier, the Jackets had their hands on Bethany’s throat, and … 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

Recruiting During A Pandemic

Modern challenges prompt coaches to embrace virtual meetings with open arms, or screens.

Over the last few months, the world was taken over by a respiratory virus called COVID-19. This virus has affected just under 30 million people worldwide and has killed 931,000 people. It has turned the world upside down and has turned normal life into something very different now. The virus hit the United States in … Continue reading

When life is bigger than the game

With basketball career cut short, Waynesburg freshman learning to adjust

It was a Wednesday over winter break. Waynesburg women’s basketball had just lost a non-conference game to Allegheny College. Freshman Zoie Smith was the second leading scorer with 18 points, continuing an impressive start to her rookie year. Little did she know, the game would be her last.  Within the previous week, Zoie’s sister, Zia, … Continue reading

Waynesburg-Bethany III: Jackets to take on Bison for third time this season, second time since Saturday

Jackets swept regular season series with Bethany

Waynesburg University coach Sam Jones has never had to prepare for the same team twice in a little more than 48 hours. Well, there’s a first time for everything. On Saturday afternoon, the Yellow Jackets [7-18, 6-10] hosted Bethany, knowing that they’d see the Bison [6-19, 5-11] Monday night in the first round of the … Continue reading

Preview: Home-court, strong finish the stories leading into Saturday’s regular-season finale

Jackets host Bethany with a home game Monday night at stake

This Saturday, the women’s basketball team will be taking on the Bethany Bison in its final game of the season, with a strong possibility of hosting them again in the playoffs. Both teams come into this game with a 6-18 overall record and a 5-10 conference record, and when they played earlier this season, they … Continue reading

Jackets flip switch, take care of Thiel

Big nights from Fuller, Orlosky propel 79-58 win

GREENVILLE, PA– The women’s basketball team did what it needed to do and completed a season sweep over winless Thiel Wednesday night. This game, however, looked much different than the first.  Waynesburg [5-10, 6-18] had just a three-point lead at the half, but was able to run away with the second half on its way … Continue reading