The Highlander

Athletes maximize health in game plan

Dom Dellos, Reporter

March 13, 2012

Junior Sean Bieski doesn’t own a Ferrari. If he did, he would fill the tank with the highest quality fuel to maximize its performance. The same goes for his body. As a guard on the MAC Champion Men’s basketball team, Bieski keep himself vigorous for games and practices by choosing to eat healthy foods at the Metz dining...

Women’s team dominates season

Women’s team dominates season

March 13, 2012

Changing coaches is hard, but changing coaches half through a season is even harder. Dave Martin,...

Boiling Points

Josh Horton, Sports Columnist

February 28, 2012

All-Star teams never work. There aren’t enough basketballs on the court for all of the scorers. Jeremy Lin is a just a fad. J.R. Smith will destroy any team chemistry the Knicks may have. These are all examples of what Knicks fans have been hearing from their critics. On February 19, the Knicks proved some of these critics...

They don’t want ‘love’

They don’t want ‘love’

James Fisher, Reporter

February 28, 2012

Students are responding to a call for tennis players needed to fill out the sports’ rosters. Allison...

Turf receives mixed reviews

Turf receives mixed reviews

February 28, 2012

Athletic teams are preparing to lauch their seasons on a new field. The Athletic Department website...

“Eyes Forward”

“Eyes Forward”

February 14, 2012

This year’s women’s basket- ball team already has a place in history with three players breaking...

Boiling Points

Josh Horton, Sports Columnist

February 14, 2012

Super Bowl XLVI fell almost in conjunction with Groundhog’s Day this year, but unlike Punxatawney Phil, Eli Manning officially stepped out of his familial shadow by winning a second Super Bowl ring. Eli is the youngest of the Manning triple threat, which includes his father Archie and older brother Peyton. Eli, however,...

Curling queen ready to call shots

Shawn Kellmer, Reporter

February 14, 2012

Alison M. Piatt, pro-rata instructor in the history and government departments, she is capitolizing her love for the sport of curling and will officiate the USA National Curling Championships at the Iceworks skating rink in Aston, PA. Piatt will serve as the game timer, but she told the United States Curling Association that...

No home field advantages

Jimmy Fisher, Reporter

February 14, 2012

For the second year in a row the MU baseball team is taking their season on the road away from the old home field. Adverse weather conditions throughout the spring semester of last season forced the team to leave campus for all but one game. The team played all but four games on the road and those four “home games” were...

Women Blow Records Out of H20

Women Blow Records Out of H20

February 14, 2012

The Misericordia Women’s Swim team boasts a record-breaking season. With a record of 8 wins and...

No Home Field Advantage

Jimmy Fisher, Reporter

February 14, 2012

For the second year in a row the MU baseball team is taking their season on the road away from the old home field. Adverse weather conditions throughout the spring semester of last season forced the team to leave campus for all but one game. The team played all but four games on the road and those four “home games” were...

Boiling Points

Josh Horton, Sports Columnist

January 31, 2012

In the world of professional sports, there has never been an athlete who has gotten more attention over the course of a season than Tim Tebow. One may argue Tiger Woods, LeBron James, Kobe Bryant or even Michael Jordan has received more media attention. They would be right if we were talking about attention over the course...

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