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5 Cal U football players arrested for assault; Saturday’s game canceled

By Stacy Wolford 12:48 a.m.
California University of Pennsylvania canceled Saturday’s football game after five players were accused of stomping a man and chanting “football strong” as they left him …

District football preview: Tough test for Waynesburg in PSAC West
By Bill West 12:01 a.m.
When the Presidents’ Athletic Conference 2014 football schedules emerged, likely no one envied Waynesburg, which drew perennial powers Thomas More and Washington & Jefferson as …
Local college notebook: Karns City WR adds offer
By Matt Grubba 12:49 a.m.
Though he’s focused on facing DuBois this week, Karns City’s Logan Moroney will have a decision to make in the weeks to come. Moroney, the leading receiver for the 9-0 Gremlins, received his second Division I football scholarship offer from Duquesne earlier this month. A 6-foot-3 senior, Moroney received his …
District college notes: Seton Hill’s Smith wins weekly award
By Paul Schofield
Seton Hill sophomore forward Joe Smith was named Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference men’s soccer player of the week. Smith scored three times in leading Seton Hill to a 5-0 victory against East Stroudsburg. He has four goals and three assists this season. Tchimou’s goal lifts Seton Hill Joe Tchimou scored …
Cal U men picked 7th
By For The Valley Independent 12:06 a.m.
The California University men’s basketball team was tabbed to finish seventh in the PSAC Western Division, announced the league office on Thursday afternoon. Gannon was the preseason favorite in the PSAC West with six first-place votes after returning four starters from a team that advanced to the semifinals of the …
Cal U women tabbed 3rd in PSAC West
By For The Valley Independent 12:01 a.m.
The California University of Pennsylvania women’s basketball team was picked to finish third in the preseason PSAC Western Division, announced the league office on Thursday …
St. Vincent offensive system fits Jeannette graduate Craft
By Brian Knavish
When he arrived at St. Vincent College before this season, new head coach Ron Dolciato brought with him a reputation for running a high-powered aerial …
Soccer-playing Belacks pushing each other at PSU Behrend
By Chuck Curti
For the past three-plus years, a Belack has been among the top soccer players in the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference. For the next three-plus years, …
Campus clippings: Keeper Daughtry scores a goal for Waynesburg
By Bill Beckner Jr.
Goalkeeper Brandon Daughtry (Burrell) helped the Waynesburg soccer team in more ways than one in a 1-1 tie with Washington & Jefferson. The senior not only made six saves in net, but he also scored a late goal on a free kick in the double-overtime draw. With the Yellow Jackets …
District college notebook: Wydo scores 3 goals for Robert Morris, Colonials tie Army
By Jeff Vella
TOP PERFORMERS Robert Morris • Senior hockey player Cody Wydo scored three times Saturday, leading the Colonials past Army, 3-0. Robert Morris (5-0-1) tied Army, …
District college notes: SVC women’s tennis takes 3rd in PAC
By Paul Schofield
Four second-place finishes in singles play helped the St. Vincent women’s tennis team finish third at the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Championships last week. The Bearcats entered the tournament with four individuals looking to earn a singles championship at their respective flights but each came up short. Junior Jackii Hauser fell …
District roundup: Slippery Rock beat IUP, snaps losing streak
By Staff Reports
Jared Buck’s two second-half touchdown passes helped Slippery Rock pull away from IUP and snap a two-game losing streak with a 31-21 victory at Indiana’s …
Freeport grad Turner is leader among Presidents
By William Whalen
Freeport graduate Jon Turner pursues his personal goals in the same manner he chases down the opposing team’s ball carrier — with relentless passion. The …
District football preview: The Rock, IUP look to keep pace in PSAC West
By Bill West
Slippery Rock’s George Mihalik and IUP’s Curt Cignetti continue to see mistakes cost their teams dearly in the PSAC West title race. At this point, both coaches recognize the margin for error is uncomfortably small. Hopes for a PSAC West title hang in the balance for The Rock (5-2, 4-2) …
Valley grad Brennan leads W&J tennis team into PAC finals
By Doug Gulasy
Even as they focused on each individual match this season, junior Courtney Brennan and the Washington & Jefferson women’s tennis team had the season-ending Presidents’ …
Cal U hopes to avoid getting ‘trapped’
By Jeff Oliver
There is a term in sports called “trap game.” Cal U will have to guard against being in a trap game Saturday at Clarion. The …