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Wrestle-Off Begins New Era

WAYNESBURG (Oct. 26) – Wednesday night the Waynesburg University wrestling team got its first action under the new coaching staff in the Orange/Black Wrestle-Offs. Waynesburg head wrestling coach Aaron McKinney was not able to be at the event because of a personal matter, but the coaching was left in the trustworthy hands of the accomplished … Continue reading

Carmichaels Covered Bridge held for 51st year

The Carmichaels Covered Bridge Festival was held beside the Greene Academy of Art this past Saturday and Sunday. It was the 51st year the event has been held. The event has been held at the Carmichaels Covered Bridge every year since 1970, except 2020.  “This is one of the three or four events throughout the … Continue reading

Waynesburg University celebrates 173 years

Even after 173 years, Waynesburg University is still coming together to celebrate. The university held its annual Charter Day celebration Tuesday, March 22. According to President Douglas Lee, events like this help build the Waynesburg community.  “Community is the essential part of this university experience,” Lee said. “Coming here and being a community and sharing … Continue reading

Waynesburg wrestling loses close dual meet against Shippensburg to open 2021-2022 season

Waynesburg University wrestled in its first dual meet of the season Wednesday night against Division II Shippensburg University. The winner would be decided during the final match. The dual began with a Shippensburg first period pin. The second match featured Waynesburg’s Dylan Winters, who picked up a 19-4 technical fall. He got four takedowns in … Continue reading

Waynesburg wrestling begins long-awaited season

Jackets' wrestling finishes 14th after injuries and missing Rocky McGeary, others

Waynesburg University’s wrestling team competed in its first collegiate tournament in nearly two years. The only competition last season was one dual meet against Garrett College. The Ned McGinley Invitational, however, did not go as the Yellow Jackets hoped. They finished 14th among a 15-team field. Junior  Luke Lavanway had the best performance for Waynesburg … Continue reading