Softball Hits Seven Game Win Streak

Sean Lynch, Reporter
April 22, 2015

   After sweeping Delaware Valley in a double-header, the softball team has a seven game winning streak.    The Cougars shut out Del Val in both games, winning 11-0 in the first and 5-0 in the second. Sophomore Melanie Quintanilla and senior Kristi Seiler led the Cougars’ offense. Quintanilla had... Read more »

Viti, Cougars Find Success at Indoor Competitions

Viti, a junior speech language pathology major, was the recipient of the 2015 NCAA Division III Women’s Indoor Track and Field Elite 89 Award. She was also named with All-American honors.

Sean Lynch, Reporter
April 8, 2015

The men’s and women’s Track and Field teams look to continue their success as they transition from the indoor season, to outdoor. Chris Wadas, coach of both teams, helped the women earn their first ever indoor MAC Championship as well as a national ranking. The men, finished a school best,... Read more »

MAC Senior Game Hosts Five Cougars

Sean Lynch, Reporter
April 8, 2015

Five players represented the Cougars at the MAC Senior Basketball Game held at Albright College March 15. Joe Busacca (guard), Steve Ware (forward), Anthony Sergio (guard), and Patrick Widdoss (forward) competed in the men’s game while Amanda Greene (guard) represented the Cougars in the women’s... Read more »

Softball Players Train With Yoga, Mental Exercises

The team poses for a group picture while spending spring break in Clemont, Fl.

Melanie Quintanilla, Multimedia Editor
March 12, 2015

   The softball team’s players are not only pushing themselves physically with two-and-a-half hour practices six days of the week; they are building their mental game, too.    The team is working on performance enhancement through various techniques including relaxation and stress management. Some... Read more »

Swimming Finishes at MACS

Sean Lynch, Reporter
March 12, 2015

   The  men’s and women’s swim teams ended their season last week, both finishing in second place at the MAC Championships.    The men marked their fourth consecutive runner-up finish, falling just below Albright by a score of 508-515.    “It hurt a little to come so close to first,” said... Read more »

New Season, New Records, New Dreams

Sean Lynch, Reporter
February 25, 2015

   The baseball team is ranked 25th in the nation in pre-season polls.    The Cougars earn this ranking by after finishing the 2014 season with a record of 31-15-1 and earning their fourth consecutive Freedom Conference Championship. Although they feel honored, some players don’t... Read more »

Coaches Sport Sneakers to Raise Awareness

Powering past his defender, senior Steve Ware drives to the basket.

Sean Lynch, Reporter
February 11, 2015

   The basketball teams squared off against King’s College in the American Cancer Society’s “Coaches vs. Cancer Suits & Sneakers” game Jan. 28. The game was part of a week-long, nationwide event in which basketball coaches of all divisions are encouraged to wear sneakers with their suits... Read more »

Men’s Lacrosse Prepares for 2015 Season Under New Captains

Captains from left to right, senior Trevor Bodnar, junior Andrew Reynolds, senior Patrick Johnson and junior Eric Dittmeier.

Sean Lynch, Reporter
January 28, 2015

   With four new captains leading the way, the men’s lacrosse team has sights set on winning a conference championship.    The captains, Patrick Johnson, Andrew Reynolds, Trevor Bodnar and Eric Dittmeier, have  earned the trust of their coaches and teammates.    “Being a captain means teaching... Read more »



Highlander Staff, Reporter
December 3, 2014

The football team finished off the season Nov. 15 against Stevenson University in a thrilling and well fought finish, although the Cougars finished with a 36-14 loss. The Cougars went into the game having lost the previous six games and carrying a 1-8 record for the season. They toppled FDU 35-0 at season’s... Read more »

Men’s Basketball


Nick Ciocchi, Reporter
November 12, 2014

The men’s basketball team passed their first test in a scrimmage with Elizabethtown College. Last year, the Cougars made it to the MAC Finals but fell short against DeSales in overtime. This season, with five seniors leading the team, they expect big results. Sophomore guard Andrew Moran thought the... Read more »