Tag Archives: Athletics

Gannon student-athletes recognized for smarts and skill

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Gannon University’s student-athletes proceed to top many of the charts this week. Not only has the football team seen its best start in recent years, but the volleyball and softball teams are making strides. For starters, junior running back Brock

Possibility 83: Supportive Community

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Possibility 8: Coaching Beyond the Court

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Students discuss the importance of the Olympics

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I should preface this by saying one thing: I am not a sports fan. It’s not because I’m not good at them, or because I hate competition; I’ve sincerely just never gained as much enjoyment from sports as I did

Gannon records highest Dixon Trophy finish in school history; Women’s programs best in the PSAC

Lady Knights Womens Basketball Atlantic Regional Champions

Spurred by 17 of its 18 intercollegiate athletics programs participating in the postseason, the Gannon athletics department has recorded its highest Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Dixon Trophy finish since joining the league in 2008-09. The Golden Knights finished eighth

Gannon University adds acrobatics and tumbling program

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Gannon Director of Athletics Mark Richard has announced the addition of Acrobatics and Tumbling to the University’s sports programs and named former University of Oregon All-American Chelsea White as the program’s first head coach. Gannon is expected to begin its first

Gannon football stuns Lake Erie

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A 12-yard touchdown pass from redshirt freshman Liam Nadler (Leipsic, Ohio/Leipsic Local) to Abraham Ocasio (Bronx, N.Y./Cardinal Hayes) on fourth-and-two with 1:05 left in regulation catapulted the Gannon football team to a thrilling 36-33 victory against non-conference rival Lake Erie

GU-REVU: GU Goes Global

This week on GU-REVU, the field reporters step outside the studio to discuss Gannon athletics and its involvement around the world. The show features detailed interviews with two GU athletes, one of whom is an international student. The other interview focuses

Introducing GU-REVU, Gannon’s sports video magazine

This semester, we’re bringing you GU-REVU, a weekly sports video magazine produced by students in the Department of Theatre, Communication and Fine Arts. Take an inside look at Gannon athletics right here on Edge. This week, the GU-REVU crew takes

Athletic Determination Extends to the Classroom

Pathetic fallacy, or attributing human emotion to inanimate objects and nature, often plays an important role in our favorite movies and novels. However, this is also seen throughout athletics, with angry, whirling weather directly correlating to our gruelling practices and