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Quarterback TJ Salopek leading Gators with arm

September 16, 2010

Filed under Football, Sports

Saturday’s 34–27 win against Carnegie Mellon solidified what everyone predicted out of the Gator Football offense: it is going to go as far as senior TJ Salopek’s arm can take it. Salopek threw for four more touchdowns and his 280 pas...

Women's soccer wins Mayor's Cup

September 15, 2010

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Last weekend’s away trip to Oneonta, N.Y. gained the Gators the Mayor’s Cup championship title for their wins against Hartwick and Oneonta State, the latter of which is ranked 19th in the nation. The women’s soccer team...

Tennis hosts Gator Invitational

September 15, 2010

Filed under Men's Tennis, Sports, Women's Tennis

The Allegheny College tennis teams hosted the 7th Annual Nancy J. Heath Gator Invitational on Saturday. The tournament included Walsh University, Penn State Behrend, Carnegie Mellon and Indiana University of Pennsylvania a...

Allegheny plays to disappointing draw vs. St. Vincent

September 14, 2010

Filed under Men's Soccer, Sports

Allegheny’s Men’s Soccer team played to a 1-1 tie tonight against St. Vincent at Robertson Field, increasing their winless streak to three games. After starting out the season 3-0 and outscoring opponents a combined 7-0 in the contests, the Gators have been held to o...

Men prevail, women fall against Grove City

September 9, 2010

Filed under Men's Tennis, Sports, Women's Tennis

The tennis teams opened their fall seasons yesterday against Grove City with the men’s squad defeating the Wolverines 8–1 but the women falling 6–3. After winning all three doubles matches, the men took five of the six ...

Volleyball bounces back from rough opening weekend

September 9, 2010

Filed under Sports

Although they struggled this past weekend during their first tournament at Capital University in Columbus, Ohio, where they lost all four matches, the women’s volleyball team has great optimism and hope for the future. Coach B...

Cross country gallops past competition, eyes national title

September 9, 2010

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Not even Cleveland’s 55-degree weather, pouring rain, and blustery wind could deter the nationally-ranked Gators men’s cross country team as they raced their way to first place at their first meet at Case Western Reserve last ...

Football Prepares for Opening Battle with Bison

September 1, 2010

Filed under Football, Sports

After a breakthrough 8-2 season last year, the Allegheny football team is poised to resume and build upon their seasoned offensive and defensive units as they start their campaign for an NCAC championship Saturday against Bethany....

Athletics Adjusts Administrative Lineup

August 27, 2010

Filed under Sports

Unless there are students involved in some obscure athletic department fantasy league, many people probably haven't noticed the summertime changes to the roster in Allegheny's Athletic Department. The changes include hiring James Kramer as Director of Ath...

Lacrosse wins fifth straight game: Third seed Gators face Wooster at NCACs Friday

April 28, 2010

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After a victory against  St. Vincent's on Tuesday night, the lacrosse team will be taking their first winning season in four years into a re-match with Wooster in the first round of the NCAC tournament. The Gators fell to Wooster in overtime earlier this season at Robertson Field, allowing the Fighting Sco...

Marker, Hansen, Butler qualify for NCAAs

April 28, 2010

Filed under Sports, Track and Field

In preparation for the upcoming North Coast Athletic Conference Championships, the track teams competed in multiple meets last weekend at Baldwin-Wallace, Hillsdale and Oberlin. Many personal records  (PRs) were beaten to make...

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