DiGiacomo reaches lacrosse career milestone

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Zachary Klien, Correspondent
April 13, 2014

On March 19, senior Kathy DiGiacomo made history by scoring her 100th career point in front of friends and family in the women’s lacrosse match up against Rosemont College. In her fourth year of playing for Marywood, DiGiacomo joins teammates, Sarah Coughy and Kimberly Commisso as a member of... Read more »

10 questions with an athlete: Mariah Runco

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Evan Felser, Sports Editor
April 13, 2014

Mariah Runco Year: Junior Hometown: Olyphant, PA Major: Pre-Physician’s Assistant   1. When did you start playing softball? I started playing softball when I was about 8 years old. 2. Do you have any pre-game rituals before you go on the field? Yes, I actually have a couple. The first is... Read more »

Students in COMM 448 organize first ever Scobstacle for United Way

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Chad Black, Staff Writer
April 13, 2014

Students enrolled in Comm 448: Special Topics: Seminar in Public Relations class this semester took their experience at Marywood beyond the classroom by organizing a Color Scobstacle held on April 5 at South Campus. The group of students in Professor Catherine Bolton’s class spent much of their... Read more »

Winter weather delays start of baseball season

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Brynna Tebbe, Staff Writer
April 13, 2014

The Marywood baseball team has had a slow start to its season this year because Old Man Winter decided to overstay his welcome. The team’s season usually begins in mid-March but was delayed because their field was covered in snow. And, when the snow melted, it left behind a nice, muddy field. Michael... Read more »

Soak up the sun to get daily dose of Vitamin D

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Molly Westbrook, Correspondent
March 25, 2014

During this time of the year, especially in Northeastern Pennsylvania, people are not able to soak up as much sun as they would like. Many people wonder how it’s possible to take in enough vitamin D when the sun does not shine as often and brightly as during the summer months. Vitamin D is an... Read more »

College football players: student-athletes or university employees?

Autumn Gramigna, Managing Editor
March 17, 2014

A group of Northwestern football players, led by quarterback Kain Colter, filed a petition at the end of January with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) in Chicago. The petition asks the NLRB to recognize college athletes as university employees, which would form the first union for... Read more »

Baseball team pacing for upcoming spring season

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George Gera, Correspondent
March 17, 2014

The Marywood baseball team is not letting the harsh winter weather hold them back from preparing for the upcoming season. While most Marywood students were on spring break, the Pacers were in Florida playing their first four games of the season. The players spent most of their time at the baseball... Read more »

Track team amped for its first meet

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Brynna Tebbe, Staff Writer
March 17, 2014

The Marywood track team is preparing for its first-ever meet to be held on March 29 at Widener University. The newest sport to Marywood’s lineup, the track team is working hard to get ready for its first official contest.  Junior graphic design major and team captain Eric LiPuma said... Read more »

10 Questions with an Athlete: Brandon Terlizzi

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Evan Felser, Sports editor
March 17, 2014

Brandon Terlizzi Junior Major: Marketing Hometown: Ocean City, MD 1. When did you start playing lacrosse? I started playing lacrosse when I was in fifth grade, so since i was 10 years old. I have loved the sport ever since. 2. Do you have any pre-game rituals before you go on the field?  When... Read more »

Three athletes inducted into Hall of Fame

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Evan Felser, Sports Editor
February 16, 2014

Marywood University held its 18th annual Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Feb. 1. during the halftime of the women’s basketball game against Cabrini College. The three inductees joined 45 others already in the Hall of Fame. They included Ann Conflitti (‘96), Rebecca Grubb-Venancio (‘03),... Read more »

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