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Cal U women’s basketball team, students share grief before game

By Jacob Tierney
As the California University of Pennsylvania women’s basketball team prepared Saturday for its first game since the death of one of its own, every player ...

IUP men, women remain among Division II basketball elite
By Bob Cohn
In the six seasons before this one, the IUP men’s basketball team won nearly 82 percent (154-34) of its games under coach Joe Lombardi. The ...
Local roundup: PSNK men’s basketball team loses to PSU York
By Staff Reports
The Penn State New Kensington men’s basketball team’s two-game winning ended with a 89-68 loss to visiting Penn State York on Saturday night. Guard Logan Steckel ...
Mathers shines for St. Vincent women’s basketball team
By Bruce Wald
In the classroom, St. Vincent College’s Taylor Mathers earned her bachelor’s degree last year in early childhood education and is pursuing a master’s degree in ...
District college notes: Seton Hill guard earns PSAC honor
By Paul Schofield
Seton Hill senior guard David Windsor was named Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference West Men’s Basketball Athlete of the Week for his performance during the team’s victories against Slippery Rock and California. Windsor averaged 30 points in the two games and also had 10 assists. He had a career-high 33 points against ...
Cal U to hold memorial service for basketball player before home game
By Tribune-Review
California University of Pennsylvania will hold a brief memorial service for senior basketball player Shanice Clark Saturday afternoon when the women’s basketball team plays Slippery ...
District college notebook: Wydo sets Robert Morris hockey points record
By Jeff Vella
TOP PERFORMERS Robert Morris • Senior hockey player Cody Wydo became the program’s career points leader after scoring three goals and adding two assists in ...
Coroner gives no details on cause of Cal U basketball player’s death
By Tribune-Review
Officials are awaiting the results of an autopsy to determine how a 21-year-old California University of Pennsylvania basketball player died early Sunday after she was found unresponsive in her apartment in California. Borough police said medical personnel told police at the scene that Shanice Clark of Toronto, Canada, apparently aspirated ...
District college notes: SVC track team competes in indoor meet
By Paul Schofield
The St. Vincent track team competed in its first indoor meet in school history Saturday and walked away with four first-place finishes. The team competed in the West Virginia Invitational in Morgantown, W.Va., and Vince Tonzo (mile), Brandan Moretton (3,000 meters) and Joe Baughman (5,000) came away with victories. August Sander (5,000) ...
Campus clippings: St. Joseph grad dealing with setback at Westminster
By Bill Beckner Jr.
Westminster basketball player Johnny Arcuri was contributing valuable backcourt minutes to the Titans, but a season-ending injury has the former St. Joseph star and Oakmont ...
Police say Cal U basketball player aspirated chewing gum; autopsy pending
By Joe Napsha
A 21-year-old California University of Pennsylvania basketball player who was found dead in her apartment early Sunday apparently aspirated chewing gum while sleeping, California Borough police said. Shanice Clark of Toronto, Canada, was found unresponsive at 3:03 a.m. in her apartment at Vulcan Village, a university complex on California ...
California University of Pa. president praised for her poise amid turmoil
By Debra Erdley
Discipline problems plagued the California University of Pennsylvania football team well before an October street brawl that left one man with a serious brain injury ...
Cal U officials confirm death of student athlete
By Mary Pickels
A California University of Pennsylvania women’s basketball player died early Sunday morning, university officials said. Shanice Clark, 21, a senior from Toronto, Ontario, was pronounced dead ...
It’s crunch time for PSNK as local Lions push for postseason
By William Whalen
After a 35-day layoff between conference games, the Penn State New Kensington men’s basketball team returned to the court. Now the Lions hope a better ...
Longtime coach to guide PSGA baseball team
By Dave Mackall
A lot has changed in the college baseball landscape in and around Pittsburgh since Philadelphia-area native Mark Jackson was coaching the likes of Pitt and ...
Monroeville native going the distance for Cal U running squads
By Michael Love
Whether it’s on a cross country course in the fall or on a track in the winter or spring, Aaron Dinzeo feels right at home ...