PLAYLIST: Get fired up during game time

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Whether you’re on the field, on the bench, or on the couch, sports fans everywhere enjoy getting pumped up for games. Here are some tried-and-true songs to get your heart racing and ready to scream your way through any sporting event: 1. “Bangarang” – Skrillex This song should be enough to get you focused, but it […]

A student’s guide to Erie entertainment

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Students don’t always have a ton of downtime, but when they do finding activities to spend it on can be difficult. Limited budgets only add to the difficulty. Luckily, Erie has you covered with plenty of low-cost or free options for students. If you know where to look, there are events for every interest.   […]

Women’s soccer clinches berth to PSAC tournament in dominating win over Clarion, 4-1

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THE BASICSScore: Gannon 4, at Clarion 1Location: Clarion, Pa. – Memorial StadiumRecords: Gannon (9-8, 9-7 PSAC) / Clarion (3-11-2, 3-11-2 PSAC)The Short Story: The Gannon women’s soccer team secured their sixth berth in seven seasons to the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Tournament following a 4-1 win over Clarion Saturday evening at Memorial Stadium. The Lady Knights dominated play […]

Gannon men’s water polo relies on team effort to defeat Monmouth (Ill.), 19-9

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Score: at Gannon 19, Monmouth (Ill.) 9Records: Gannon (6-6, 3-2 CWPA), Monmouth (Ill.) (3-7, 1-4 CWPA)Location: Erie, Pa. – Carneval Athletic Pavilion PoolThe Short Story: The Gannon men’s water polo team captured a 19-9 victory over Monmouth (Ill.) in Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) Southern Division – West Region action at the Carneval Athletic Pavilion Pool Sunday afternoon. The […]

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 Jones was named as the PSAC Western Division Offensive Player of the Week. In Saturday’s […]

Return to lacrosse proves painful

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When someone says that something is “like riding a bike,” they usually mean that you remember how to do it relatively easily, even after a long break. This same syllogism can be applied to sports. Once you learn, you are able to pick it back up after a break. However, sports can also be equated […]

Knights anticipate solid football season

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Football games are a great pastime among college students. This is no different at Gannon. Last year turned out to be one of the better seasons in recent history for Gannon’s football team. This season looks to be a step up from last year, especially in the players’ eyes. Wide receiver Jesstin Hamm is one […]

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 music, nor understood the nearly-religious radiance it casts on some people. I certainly have fun […]

GU wrestling team beats Ashland

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The Gannon wrestling team won six of the first eight bouts and knocked off 16th-ranked Ashland 21-18 Saturday afternoon at the Hammermill Center. Gannon finally broke through against a nationally-ranked team after falling to seventh-ranked Kutztown and 11th-ranked Pitt-Johnstown within the last two weeks. Matt Turek (Madison, Ohio/Madison) set the pace with a technical fall at 5:20 […]