Men’s Soccer loses to W&J on the road

After a great three game homestand the Waynesburg University men’s soccer team dropped another road game last night at Washington & Jefferson losing 4-3.  The Yellow Jackets are now 0-4 on the road this season being outscored by their opponent 15-5.  “Attention to detail and consistency over 90 minutes those are two things that if … Continue reading

Why Choose WU? Athlete Spotlight Series

Senior soccer player from South Korea thankful for coming to Waynesburg

By: Erin Onderko For the Yellow Jacket While some athletes come from the surrounding counties or even nearby states such as Ohio and West Virginia, others come from much further away, such as Hawaii. In the case of one young man, the place he calls home is even further than that. He comes to Waynesburg … Continue reading

Men’s soccer falls to Geneva, ending season in heartbreak

Jackets eliminated from playoffs in last regular season game for the third straight year.

In the pouring rain, it came down to the final game of the regular season for the Waynesburg University men’s soccer team. If the Jackets won, they would have still been alive for the Presidents Athletic Conference postseason. If they lost, those hopes would dissipate. The Jackets [5-9-3, 2-3-3] lost in heartbreaking fashion, 2-1 in … Continue reading

After semi-professional play, Hawkins returns to Waynesburg

The Yellow Jacket’s men’s soccer team is back in action this season and they have one of its captains from last year returning to the roster. After spending the summer getting experience playing semi-pro and professional, Samuel Hawkins has returned to Waynesburg University. Over the summer Hawkins traveled out west to Colorado, playing for the … Continue reading

Waynesburg University men’s soccer team to hold free youth soccer day

The Waynesburg University men’s soccer team will hold a free youth soccer day Saturday, Oct. 5. Local soccer players will have the chance to watch Waynesburg’s men’s and women’s teams play Westminister College. According to assistant coach Steven Haines, the event is a way to build community between collegiate teams and youth sports in the … Continue reading