Gannon’s Bennett picks up seventh men’s soccer all-region first-team award

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Robbie Bennett (Durban, South Africa/St. Benedict School) has been named to the National Soccer Coaches Association (NSCAA) All-Atlantic Region Men’s Soccer first team, representing his third consecutive NSCAA first-team selection. In all, Bennett has been named to seven NSCAA or Daktronics all-region first teams during his collegiate career.Bennett led Gannon in goals (11), assists (4), points […]

RUNDOWN: Polished resumes, Greek nurses and Robert Downey Jr.

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Sunday September 22nd: The men’s soccer team will be taking on Alderson-Broaddus College at 1pm on the Gannon field. Monday September 23d: The nursing fraternity Alpha Tau Delta will be having an ice cream social open for all nursing majors. Any nursing major interested in joining or learning more about ATD is welcome! Tuesday September […]

Week in Photos (9/7/13 – 9/13/13)

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From soccer and volleyball to art exhibits and tall ships, there’s been a lot of activity around GU lately. Check out some photos taken this week at Gannon, and check back regularly for this new feature from Edge. [srizonfbalbum id=14]

Gannon men's soccer team clinches first-ever PSAC tournament berth

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Published Oct. 13, 2012 on The Gannon men’s soccer team clinched its first-ever Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Tournament berth Saturday without even playing. It will be the Golden Knights’ first postseason berth since they entered the conference prior to the 2008 season. Gannon currently sits in first place among PSAC teams with a […]

Gannon men's soccer rises to second in national rankings

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The Gannon men’s soccer team made another move up in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) National poll, taking over the second spot in the country. Additionally, the Golden Knights continue to rank first regionally for the fourth consecutive week. After two of the top four teams in the country suffered losses last […]