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

Women compete at Mt. Union, PAC Championships next

The Waynesburg University women’s track and field team competed in the last meet of the regular season at the Jim Wuske Invitational held at the University of Mount Union. This was head coach Michelle Cross’ first meet back, and she thought the meet was a success for the team. “The meet went well, it was … Continue reading

Women’s Track & Field heads to Mt. Union in PAC tune-up

19 days. That’s the time between Saturday and the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Championships for the women’s indoor track and field team. But, before the focus shifts, the Jim Wuske Invitational at Mt. Union College will serve as a final meet-style tune-up for five teams in the PAC including Waynesburg.   No Sophomore Slump Sophomore Aubrey … Continue reading

Women’s indoor squad ends January at Youngstown State

The Waynesburg University women’s track and field team will be heading to Youngstown, Ohio today and tomorrow to compete in the Youngstown State University National Mid-Major Invitational.    The Yellow Jackets will be going head to head against athletes from Division I and II schools, including Duquesne and Wheeling University.    Assistant coach Kristen Stone … Continue reading

Looking ahead

Jackets prepare for Slippery Rock invitational

Both the men and women’s track & field teams for Waynesburg will continue the season this Saturday, traveling to Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania for the Dave Labor Invitational. The meet will take place a week after the women’s team placed fifth, and men’s team eighth out of 14 teams in the Bethany Invitational. “It’s a bigger … Continue reading