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    Edinboro shocks Gannon in overtime

    Nov 18, 15 • 221 Views • Sports, Women's SoccerNo Comments

    by A dream season became a nightmare for the Gannon University women’s soccer team in Sunday afternoon’s NCAA Division II Atlantic subregional. Edinboro’s Halle Hammer slipped a shot passed a diving Shannon Differ just 1 minute, 49 seconds into overtime...

  • Swimming sinks Tiffin

    Nov 18, 15 • 211 Views • Sports, SwimmingNo Comments

    by The Gannon men’s swim team sunk the Tiffin Dragons (Ohio), 151-43, Saturday in their home opener for the 2015-16 season under the leadership of new head coach Darren Suroviec. Suroviec begins his first season as head coach after serving as an assistant...

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    Some rules changes welcome, some not

    Nov 18, 15 • 280 Views • Dominic Sansone, Men's Basketball, Opinion, SportsNo Comments

    by It was only a matter of time before the NCAA stepped in to change some of the rules in the men’s college basketball game. The NCAA approved several new rules for the men’s game with the goal of speeding up the game. Let’s grade some of the  new...

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    Season opens with rule changes

    Nov 18, 15 • 171 Views • Men's Basketball, SportsNo Comments

    by When the Gannon University men’s basketball team opens the season tonight at Clarion, new faces on the Gannon sideline won’t be the only thing different. This year, the NCAA made numerous adjustments to men’s college basketball, in the hopes of...

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    Women’s basketball starts 2-0

    Nov 18, 15 • 150 Views • Sports, Women's BasketballNo Comments

    by The Gannon University women’s basketball team defeated Central State and Lincoln University in the Carol Eckman Memorial Tournament over the weekend in West Chester, Pa. The Knights headed into the game against the Marauders of Central State for their...

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    Football falls in season finale

    Nov 18, 15 • 139 Views • Football, SportsNo Comments

    by Matt Soltes threw for 435 yards and five touchdowns to lead East Stroudsburg past visiting Gannon, 49-37, in the final game of the season for both teams Saturday. East Stroudsburg and the Knights both finished the 2015 campaign 6-5. Senior quarterback Liam...

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    Volleyball falls in PSAC quarterfinals

    Nov 18, 15 • 129 Views • Sports, VolleyballNo Comments

    by The Clarion University volleyball team ended Gannon’s hopes for a PSAC title Tuesday night  in a quarterfinal match at Clarion’s Tippin Gymnasium. Clarion (20-15) advances to the semifinals and will face Pitt-Johnstown on Friday. Gannon now awaits...

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    Gannon drops back-to-back games

    Nov 17, 15 • 168 Views • Sports, VolleyballNo Comments

    by Gannon hit the road over the weekend but was swept in three games by both Clarion and Indiana University of Pennsylvania. The Knights lost 25-19, 25-22, 25-18 to the Golden Eagles of Clarion (19-14, 15-6 PSAC) Friday and fell 25-21, 25-21, 25-20 to IUP...

  • Gannon falls to IUP

    Nov 11, 15 • 542 Views • Dominic Sansone, News, Opinion, SportsNo Comments

    by Week 10 of the PSAC football season is over and we are now three days away from where many people thought Gannon would be – the PSAC Championship game. Instead, Gannon, which finished 3-4 in PSAC West play, will quietly end its season at East Stroudsburg...

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    Women’s soccer to host regional

    Nov 11, 15 • 186 Views • Sports, Women's SoccerNo Comments

    by For most of the first half, the Gannon University women’s soccer team had a strong wind blowing in its favor during Friday’s PSAC semifinal against Edinboro at McConnell Family Stadium. However a red card in the 18th minute would be stiffer than the...