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Golfers expect to improve this season

Nathan Bottiger, Editor-in-Chief
April 9, 2014

Seniors Zack McQueen and Mike Macionsky led Pitt-Johnstown’s golf team, March 30 and 31 into a last place finish to start their spring season. Pitt-Johnstown attended the West Liberty (W. Va.) University Invitational, which included 60 golfers at the Oglebay Resort, W. Va. The Mountain Cats finished... Read more »

Mountain Cats stay even in conference

Bobby Scott, Sports Editor
April 9, 2014

The Pitt-Johnstown baseball team continues to fight their way through the home stretch of their season against newly acquainted conference opponents. The Mountain Cats split a doubleheader with California University of Pennsylvania last Tuesday, keeping Pitt-Johnstown’s conference record at a .500. Junior... Read more »

Cats run, throw to first-place finishes

Bobby Scott, Sports Editor
April 9, 2014

Pitt-Johnstown men and women’s track and field competed in the Frostburg (Md.) University Invitational this past weekend when both teams had a student-athlete place first in their events. For the Lady Cats, freshman Rebecca Schorr won the 800-meter run event with a time of 2:26 to lead the way for... Read more »

Frisbee players winless in group stage

Nathan Bottiger, Editor-in-Chief
April 7, 2014

Pitt-Johnstown’s Frisbee players headed into last weekend’s 50-team tournament undefeated and ranked eighth in USA Ultimate’s Division III standings. The Flood finished their pool stage Saturday, losing all four games. Their ranking will drop due to their performance last weekend. Pitt-Johnstown... Read more »

Pitchers change speed to bait batters

Bobby Scott, Sports Editor
April 7, 2014

With Pitt-Johnstown’s baseball team’s season about halfway completed, how well the team members pitch becomes more of a factor as time rolls on. The depth a team has in their bullpen and starting rotation can be the difference between an abysmal and a respectable season. There are still a lot of... Read more »

Lady Cats confident to win in playoffs

Bobby Scott, Sports Editor
February 26, 2014

Pitt-Johnstown women’s basketball team clinched a spot in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference championship tournament despite being defeated by Gannon University last Saturday, 71-50. The Lady Cats were the fifth ranked team in the conference’s western division after last Saturday’s game... Read more »

Wrestlers miss opportunity for title

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Bobby Scott, Sports Editor
February 26, 2014

Pitt-Johnstown’s wrestling team’s winning streak came to an end last Wednesday on senior night with the conference championship on the line. Mercyhurst University defeated the Mountain Cats 23-15 to finish their regular season with an undefeated conference record and the conference championship. “This... Read more »

Players trying to build off last season

Bobby Scott, Sports Editor
February 12, 2014

The Pitt-Johnstown’s baseball team inaugural season in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference has begun as the Mountain Cats played their first game last Saturday. The conference additions of Pitt-Johnstown and Seton Hill University make for lopsided divisions as both schools are in the west. This... Read more »

Bowling gives club chances to bond

Nathan Bottiger, Editor-in-Chief
February 12, 2014

Pitt-Johnstown’s history club members attended Rock n’ Glow bowling, where rock music from the last thirty years blared over speakers and disco balls spit light onto the lanes and walls. Richland Lanes hosts all  40 lanes are available during the two and a half hours of Rock n’ Glow bowling. History... Read more »

Basketball players prepare for playoffs

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Bobby Scott, Sports Editor
February 12, 2014

Pitt-Johnstown men’s and women’s basketball teams are gearing up for the conference tournament with three games remaining for each team. The Mountain Cats split their two games this week, starting with a home win against Clarion University. Senior forward Bill Luther led the team with 20 points and... Read more »