News

Dining Hall Overhaul

Alicia Stavitzski and Erin Dougherty

   Students were the designers behind winter break remodeling work in the cafeteria in Banks Student Life Center.    Darcy Brodmerkel, Director of Student Activities, worked a...  Read More »

January 27, 2016

Is Reffing the Roughest Job in Sports?

Lindsay Usarzewicz, Reporter

Sarah Painter from Michigan has been refereeing for 16 years despite the repeated verbal abuse from the stands. She said she once made a call to throw out one of the players on the field. The coach, however, was convinced she threw out the player simply because she did not like him. That player had earlier told her to “stop the clock, you dumb w----.”

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December 16, 2015

Women's basketball coach Allison Kern reacts.

Women Coaches Wanted

December 16, 2015

Since Title IX of 1972, the law that granted women equal rights in education, women have pulled up their shin guards, laced up their cleats, and tied up...  Read More »

The football team lines up .

Are Male Student Athletes Winning in Class?

December 16, 2015

When Bill Birmingham, a sophomore accounting major, decided to walk on to the men’s soccer team last fall, he wasn’t fully prepared for the expectations...  Read More »

A graduate physical therapy student assesses a patient.

Women’s Work

December 16, 2015

Mark Farrell strolled through the door of Balance Yoga, the business his wife, Corinne, owns. He was dressed in a sweatshirt with a Big Top Tent Rental...  Read More »

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Arts and Entertainment

Running Wild With Jen Mathiesen: Koziar’s Christmas Village

Running Wild With Jen Mathiesen: Koziar’s Christmas Village

Jen Mathiesen, Web Editor

A much-needed winter break is heading our way. (Less than a month away, people!) I felt for this issue I should start to get into the holiday spirit. I mean, most stores...  Read More »

November 30, 2015

The keynote speaker, alumnus Alfred Santasiere, serves as Senior Editor of Publications at Yankee Stadium in Bronx, New York.

Alumnus: Students Must Be Better to Work in Sports

November 30, 2015

The 14th Annual Sport Management Round Table Discussion brought together students, sports managers, sales and athletic directors and local residents...  Read More »

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Sports

I Played Little League Once: Can the Cougars Be A Threat?

I Played Little League Once: Can the Cougars Be A Threat?

Sean Lynch, Reporter

   At 3-3 in the conference and 9-8 overall, the men’s basketball team is at 5th place in the Freedom Conference and in the final seed to make the playoffs. Although ear...  Read More »

February 4, 2016

Parker Abate

The Wide World Of Sports: Team LeBron or Team Jordan?

December 17, 2015

Over the last couple of weeks, I have been thinking about what I wanted to write for my last piece of the semester. There...  Read More »

Misericordia field hockey won the MAC Title for the first time ever.

Field Hockey Brings Home MAC Title

December 16, 2015

The field hockey team won its first ever MAC Freedom championship Nov. 7. The game went into double overtime ending in a...  Read More »

Junior guard Griffin Sponaugle dribbles the ball past an opponent.

Basketball Teams Adjust to Changes; Start Off Strong

December 16, 2015

The men’s and women’s basketball teams attacked their first games of the season. To date, the men’s team record...  Read More »

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