PREVIEW: Soccer teams set to host Grove City in PAC doubleheader

The Waynesburg University men’s and women’s soccer teams both have their first home conference games this Friday, Oct. 4. Both teams will be playing against Presidents’ Athletic Conference powerhouse Grove City. For both head coaches, Laura and Brad Heethuis, it will be the first time the teams play at home during homecoming weekend since they … Continue reading

Kickin’ in Costa Rica

Soccer programs travel over summer break to serve and play in Central America

This past summer the Waynesburg University soccer teams spent a week in Costa Rica. The teams had the opportunity to serve at a Christian school, give shoes to those in need, play against professional teams and watch a professional match as well.  “It was awesome, I think you can measure a trip in a lot … Continue reading

Buberl’s big night propels men’s soccer to snap losing streak

Senior nets first career hat trick in 4-1 win over Pitt Greensburg

Justin Buberl had the game of his life, and it came at a good time for both himself and the rest of the men’s soccer team.  Coming into Tuesday’s non-conference match against Pitt-Greensburg, Buberl had only scored once in 2019, and Waynesburg [3-6] had lost four straight games, that last two coming by a combined … Continue reading

Men’s soccer falls at Franciscan

It was a tough day for the Waynesburg University men’s soccer team. Despite having a lot of scoring opportunities, the Yellow Jackets lost 3-0 to Franciscan Wednesday.  “We had a couple chances that would’ve changed some momentum in the game and we just didn’t put them away,” head coach Brad Heethuis said. Nick Miller scored … Continue reading

Soccer hosts Mt. Aloysius Saturday in non-conference action

Both the men’s and women’s soccer teams will host Mt. Aloysius of the Allegheny Mountain Conference Saturday, Sept. 14, and in doing so, will look to continue to improve as they continue their  non-conference play. The men’s team lost it’s last meeting against Mt. Aloysius 4-0. Head coach Brad Heethius hopes that his team comes … Continue reading