“I was pleased with our performance, [but] we have a long way to go.” That was Clarion women’s volleyball head coach Jen Mills’ thoughts
The weather is finally starting to get nice, and the baseball fields are starting to dry up.
The men’s baseball team was scheduled to have eight games in five days over the weekend.
They were only able to get in six of those eight games.
The phrase “rain, rain go away come back another day” could not be a truer statement for the Clarion University baseball and softball teams.
With baseball season finally here, our writers discuss who will be this year’s National League MVP.
Freshman Justin Arthur at 149-pounds and fellow freshman teammate Austin Matthews at 157-pounds represented the Golden Eagles and the PSAC at the Division I Wrestling Nationals in Oklahoma City March 20 through March 22.
With the NCAA Tournament just around the corner, our Traesha Pritchard and Tyler DeGiacomo give their takes on who has the strongest chance to win the National Championship.
Clarion University women’s Swimmer Emilee Gysegem was presented with the PSAC’s “Champion Scholar Award” at the PSAC Women’s Swimming Championships last weekend.
The Clarion wrestling team traveled to West Virginia University last Friday and lost 28-7 to the Mountaineers.
The bright spot for the Golden Eagles was freshman Austin Matthews 11-2 major decision win at 157 pounds and Evan Daley’s decision 3-1 at 285 pounds.
Clarion then had a quick turn around and came back to Tippin Gym to take on the No. 7 ranked Oklahoma State Cowboys.
The Villanova University basketball team has a tradition of being a guard-oriented team that relies on hitting its outside shots.
Most coaches can only dream about winning 400 games.
Reaching the 400 win plateau at one school is amazing.