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New club provides women another sport

Emily Moore, Staff Writer

April 6, 2016

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This upcoming fall semester, a women’s golf club is to be added to Pitt-Johnstown. The club’s team is to be coached by Athletic Compliance Administrator Katrin Wolfe, who was a member of the women’s golf team at Pennsy... Read more »

Soccer coaches add recruits to rosters

Emily Moore, Staff Writer

March 30, 2016

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A total of 18 recruits have committed to Pitt-Johnstown men’s and women’s soccer teams for the fall semester. The Lady Cats are bringing in 10 recruits, with a possible few extras, according to head coach Rachel Girond... Read more »

Both diamond programs strive for .500

Sarah Francowic, Sports Editor

March 23, 2016

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The Mountain Cat baseball team slipped to 7-10 after traveling to Shepherdstown, West Virginia, March 15 to play a doubleheader against Shepherd (W.Va.) University, losing 11-4 and 8-7. The baseball team was on a five-game w... Read more »

Hitters lead baseball team to better start

Emily Moore, Staff Writer

March 2, 2016

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The Pitt-Johnstown men’s baseball team was defeated in a doubleheader against North Carolina-Pembroke, 6-1 and 13-7 on Feb. 6 at the start of their season. The men came back two weeks later, gaining two wins against Indiana... Read more »

Baseball team improves

Sarah Francowic, Sports Editor

February 24, 2016

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The Mountain Cat baseball team had two straight wins, improving their record to 2-3 over the weekend. The team lost their first two games to University of North Carolina-Pembroke. They lost their first game 6-1, and lost their s... Read more »

Softball team ready for spring break trip

Cory Geer, Contributing Writer

February 24, 2016

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First-year softball  head coach Nikki Cognigni said she has high hopes for what the second-year program can accomplish after just one season. “It is exciting to be able to coach such a new program; the team is young, so w... Read more »

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