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Hockey players lose ice

Eric Brimmeier, Contributing Writer

September 14

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The Pitt-Johnstown Ice Cats are to practice at a different venue the first month of the season. Due to the Planet Ice closing in Richland Township closing July 31, the Ice Cats will be taking the ice at the Ebensburg Ice Arena ...

Lady Cats are optimistic about season

Emily Moore, Staff Writer

September 14

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The Pitt-Johnstown women’s volleyball team 0-33 season has quickly been shot down when they began their season in Tampa, Fla. After defeating Henderson State University (Arkadelphia, Ark,) 3-1, the Lady Cats lost three straig...

Wrestling awards cap off memorable season

Emily Moore, Staff Writer

April 20

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Two awards granted to the Pitt-Johnstown men’s wrestling team have placed the Mountain Cats on top. On April 8, the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference wrestling coaches awarded athletic director and head wrestling coach Pat Pe...

Ice Hockey Club outgrowing its budget

Bobby Scott, Copy Editor

April 13

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For the Ice Hockey Club, a string of winning seasons and increased team interest brings a greater need for a larger budget. According to sophomore team captain Tyler Shima, they have formally asked the allocations committee for ro...

New club provides women another sport

Emily Moore, Staff Writer

April 6

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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...

Soccer coaches add recruits to rosters

Emily Moore, Staff Writer

March 30

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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...

Both diamond programs strive for .500

Sarah Francowic, Sports Editor

March 23

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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...

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