Joseph Smeltzer

Scrappy Jackets squad falls short at Westminster

Waynesburg now losers of three straight

NEW WILMINGTON, PA—  If point spreads existed in Division III sports, the Waynesburg University women’s basketball team certainly would have been an underdog at Westminster Saturday afternoon. As expected, the Titans [17-3, 10-1] emerged as the Senior Day victors at Buzz Ridl Gymnasium, but the game played out differently than the stereotypical first vs. seventh … Continue reading

Men’s indoor track continues season in Youngstown

By: Chris Hulse The men’s track and field team continue their indoor season as they travel to Youngstown, Ohio for the National Mid-Major Invitational. Last weekend, the Jackets were in Geneva, Ohio for the SPIRE Midwest Open. Though this event was not scored, several Waynesburg athletes delivered impressive performances. Senior captain Mike Trax posted the … Continue reading

Spring Service Fair opens up the community to students

Thursday, Jan. 24, Waynesburg University will hosted its annual Spring Service Fair on the first and second floors of the Stover Campus Center.  This event, which has been running every semester for at least as long as assistant dean of Student Services Kelley Hardie’s 17 years at Waynesburg, gave students a chance to explore service … Continue reading

After lopsided win, women’s basketball hits the road against Bethany

This past Saturday, the women’s basketball team benefitted from playing the worst team in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference. Nonetheless, the Yellow Jackets did what they had to do and pounded the Tomcats, 93-40. Four days later, Waynesburg will have a taller task in front of it, both metaphorically and literally, in the Bethany Bison. “They … Continue reading

Men’s basketball pulls off a shocker at St. Vincent

Jackets beat Bearcats, 73-68, in overtime

After 40 minutes, overtime was necessary to determine a winner between Waynesburg University and St. Vincent last night.  Although the teams were even on the scoreboard, the Bearcats [9-6, 4-2] seemed to have the edge. The already shorthanded Yellow Jackets [3-12, 3-3] had lost 6’10 center Isaiah Alonzo after he succumbed to foul trouble in … Continue reading

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