By Chris Harlan
When Central Catholic senior Eric McAllister decided his college football future, he made more than your typical verbal commitment.
McAllister joined the military.
“The No. 1 thing in this recruiting process was making a decision not for the next four years but for the next 40,” said McAllister, ...
Penn-Trafford long snapper commits to Navy By Nathan Smith
Michael Pifer’s skills as a long snapper were not overlooked by major football programs.
Penn State, Pitt and West Virginia all offered the Penn-Trafford senior a ...
Gorman: Not just a no-brainer for Pine-Richland’s DiNucci By Kevin Gorman
Ben DiNucci had to pick between playing football at Pitt or Penn, between the FBS Power 5 and Ivy League.
For major-college football fans, that appeared to be a no-brainer. The same for those in academia.
Penn’s Wharton School is the nation’s top business school and Pitt’s Katz 52nd, according to ...
Harlan: North Allegheny lineman Lugg among coveted WPIAL sophomores By Chris Harlan
Like many sophomore linemen, North Allegheny’s Josh Lugg was a varsity backup last fall. But earlier this month, the 6-foot-6, 280-pound tackle received scholarship offers from Pitt coach Pat Narduzzi and Wisconsin’s Paul Chryst.
“When you have a kid with that kind of size, they’re going to make offers based on ...
Freeport QB/DB Romanchak commits to RMU By Doug Gulasy
Freeport senior Andrew Romanchak committed Wednesday to play football for Robert Morris.
Romanchak said he was offered a scholarship to Robert Morris after he took an official visit to the campus over the weekend. It was his first offer.
Romanchak passed for a school-record 1,922 yards and 17 touchdowns in 2014, leading ...
Seneca Valley lineman commits to Central Florida By Chris Harlan
Seneca Valley lineman Tyler Hudanick committed to Central Florida on Sunday while visiting the FBS school’s Orlando campus.
A 6-foot-5, 295-pound senior tackle, Hudanick was an ...
Harlan: Central’s Petrishen stays open as signing day looms By Tribune-Review
The idea of providing a signing day surprise intrigues Central Catholic’s Johnny Petrishen, but he’s not sure he’ll wait quite that long.
Honestly, he’s not sure that he should, even if the idea sounds fun.
“I’ll probably commit a few days before (Feb. 4) just to be kind to the ...
Harlan: Narduzzi’s hiring thrills pair of Pitt recruits By Chris Harlan
Tre Tipton has an advantage over most Pitt recruits. The Apollo-Ridge senior already has met the new Panthers coach and endorses him wholeheartedly.
“I like the hire,” Tipton said. “I love the hire, actually.”
He met Pat Narduzzi last summer in East Lansing, Mich. Tipton attended a Michigan State camp ...
Central Catholic rower picks Brown By Karen Kadilak
A two-time USRowing Junior National Team member at the World Rowing Junior Championships, Central Catholic senior Alex Miklasevich was highly selective in choosing a college.
Miklasevich, 17, of Forest Hills, believes he found an ideal mixture of athletics and academics at Brown University, where he will join the men’s crew next ...
Fox Chapel’s Graca commits to Penn By Marty Stewart
Fox Chapel’s Elias Graca, a senior standout on the school’s track and cross country teams, has been accepted at the University of Pennsylvania.
“It is ...
Pitt recruit Whitehead remains committed By Chris Harlan and Jerry DiPaola
Central Valley cornerback Jordan Whitehead said Monday he remains committed to Pitt, even while coaches from three other universities have telephoned his mother since the ...
Latrobe swimmer signs on with Kentucky By Karen Kadilak
Latrobe senior Monica Sowinski expects her role to stay much the same when she joins the University of Kentucky women’s swimming team next year.
A freestyle ...
P-T wrestler Coy picks Virginia By Bill West
Familiar with the wrestling program from trips with his family to the University of Virginia, Penn-Trafford sophomore Cameron Coy sensed no need to put off ...
Shaler lacrosse players choose colleges By Jerry Clark
While the Shaler girls lacrosse team is gaining notoriety locally with a couple of WPIAL championships, the program is getting some attention from across the ...
Carlynton’s Richardson signs with Duquesne By Nathan Smith
It took only one official visit for Carlynton basketball standout Conor Richardson to know where she wanted to continue her education and playing career.
After visiting ...
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