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Kyle Chandler

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor

Kyle Chandler is a former collegiate athlete. After being a member of the Allegheny baseball team,  Kyle still loves to be around the game and has picked up sports journalism and broadcasting as a profession. He is the play-by-play broadcaster for Allegheny sports. He recently completed an internship as the radio play-by-play broadcaster with the Lake Erie Crushers.

Following in the family footsteps, Kyle is the grandson of the late Nev Chandler, who broadcasted for the Cleveland Browns, then Indians and Cavaliers, and has inspired the kid to get into the business. Although Nev has passed away, Kyle's cousin, John Chandler, who is a sports anchor at NBC New York, has taken him under his wing to show him the works.

Kyle aspires to become a sports play-by-play broadcaster and is looking for a job in the Minor Leagues upon graduating college.

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Newly hired Pat Sullivan in a huddle with Wabash during a timeout. He was hired by Allegheny on April 11 and will take over as head coach for the upcoming season.

Men’s basketball hires Sullivan as head coach

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor April 26, 2024

After a disappointing finish in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference a season ago, the Allegheny men’s basketball team wanted a change. Earlier in the month, athletic director Bill Ross announced...

Hassenplug comes up big, sends Gators to Vegas

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor April 26, 2024

He has come through in the clutch on numerous occasions throughout his career. This time, on the biggest platform he has seen yet, Carter Hassenplug, ’25, delivered a massive birdie on the 18th hole...

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor for The Campus.

Sports Editor reflects on time with paper in last edition

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor April 26, 2024

Looking back on my time as a Sports Editor for The Campus, I cannot help but feel overwhelmed by the joy this experience has given me. My first article for the paper came out in September 2020, titled...

Carter Hassenplug, ’25, sends a putt towards the cup in the fall rounds of the 2023-24 PAC Championships.

Golf team reacts to the Masters

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor April 14, 2024

It is the most recognized and beloved event in golf — the Masters tournament is already underway for its annual return to Augusta, and it has one member of the Allegheny golf team buzzing. “Masters...

FCA — a place of community on campus

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor April 5, 2024

Allegheny’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes club has impacted many lives in the Gator community. Holding meetings every Thursday at 8:30 p.m. in the Henderson Campus Center, people gather together to...

Photo courtesy of National Collegiate Athletic Association.

March Madness surprises again with Final Four near

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor April 5, 2024

There are two things certain to be true during March every year. First, spring arrives and gives hope for warmer weather to anyone north of the Mason-Dixon line. Also, the NCAA March Madness tournament...

JD Robinson, ’25, getting sprayed with water after his walk-off double in the backend of a doubleheader versus Rochester.

March 22 Edition – Baseball has thrilling weekend to go with set of wins

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor April 1, 2024

It was an exciting weekend of baseball at Robert M. Garbark Field with Allegheny going a perfect 3-0. The Gators (7-5) earned a pair of victories in a doubleheader sweep against the University of Rochester,...

Left to right: Juliana Evans, ’26, Hadley Horensky, ’24, Mayley Gleason, ’25, and Sophia Godzak, ’25. The Gators bench celebrates at home plate after Godzak’s home run in a game from last year.

Softball looks to build on success from last year

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor February 23, 2024

The day continues to get closer until Allegheny softball takes the field for another season of action. Just over a week away, opening day is set for March 3 against Concordia College. The first quarter...

Allegheny College women’s basketball vs. Geneva College in PAC playoffs, Feb. 20, 2024. Photo by Ed Mailliard.

Basketball hosts PAC playoff game

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor February 23, 2024

The Allegheny women’s basketball season has concluded after dropping a Presidents’ Athletic Conference quarterfinal playoff game at James H. Mullen Jr. Arena to the Geneva Golden Tornadoes 84-73. It...

Basketball falls in final home games of regular season

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor February 16, 2024

In the final home games of the 2023-24 regular season, the Allegheny men’s and women’s basketball teams were dealt a pair of losses at the hands of Saint Vincent College. Both games were tight and...

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The Gator baseball team gathers together after a home game last year.

Baseball swings into season with two road trips

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor February 16, 2024

Another season of America’s pastime is around the corner. Opening day for Allegheny baseball is scheduled for Feb. 24 in Beckley, West Virginia, when the Gators head south for a set of games against...

REPOST – Wooster Invitational provides strong look for track and field

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor February 12, 2024

With a good showing at the Fighting Scots Invitational, the Allegheny men’s and women’s track and field teams have their sights set on a bigger picture — the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Championships. “Compared...

Men’s tennis looks for second straight PAC title

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor February 10, 2024

The Allegheny men’s tennis team has its sights set on one goal — a Presidents’ Athletic Conference championship. Defeating Grove City in the tournament finale a season ago, the Gators are looking...

Chiefs and 49ers set for Super Bowl rematch

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor February 10, 2024

Football is a high roller game, and Super Bowl LVIII is set to take place in Las Vegas on Sunday, Feb. 11, as the Kansas City Chiefs return to the big game for their fourth time in five years in an attempt...

The Opendorse Bowl Series, set to take place next year, will feature four Division III Conferences with footholds in Ohio including the Presidents’ Athletic Conference.

Opendorse to sponsor Division III bowl series with NIL deals

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor January 19, 2024

On Sept. 30, 2019, college athletes in the state of California received news that broke a long-standing stigma regarding being paid to play sports — by 2023 they would be able to receive compensation...

The College Football Playoffs - set to begin Jan. 1 with Alabama and Michigan kicking off at 5:00 p.m. followed by Texas ad Washington at 8:45 p.m. The championship will be held on Jan. 8.

Kyle’s Corner: Florida State should be in college football playoffs

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor December 11, 2023

Alabama has made it to the college football playoffs again. Sigh. Call me one of those sports fans who like the underdog — after all, I have been a Cleveland Browns enthusiast for the entirety of...

More than a game

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor December 9, 2023

There is an old saying that states, “sports are more than just a game.” While athletes compete against each other and battle on their respective fields for bragging rights, titles and sometimes money,...

Volleyball drops heartbreaker in Bethany

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor November 10, 2023

The Allegheny women’s volleyball team took advantage of their home court playoff duel versus the Grove City Wolverines on Tuesday, Nov. 7, defeating their conference foe 3-1 in the Presidents’ Athletic...

Allegheny College 2023-24 mens basketball media day.

Men’s basketball looking to build on last year

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor November 10, 2023

The Allegheny men’s basketball team has a new face at the helm, but expectations are still high after making it to the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Championship a season ago. With the new season...

Declan O’Brien, ’24, makes the catch on a 42-yard touchdown throw from Jack Johnson, ’24, to break the all-time single-season record for receiving yards.

Senior sendoff results in Gator win

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor November 4, 2023

Senior Day fireworks were in full effect on Saturday, Oct. 28, as the Allegheny Gators football team snapped a four-game skid after defeating the Thiel Tomcats 27-3 during their final home game. First-year...

Carter Hassenplug, 25, sends a putt towards the pin during the annual the annual Guy and Jeanne Kuhn Invitational Golf Tournament at Meadville Country Club, Sept. 25, 2023.

A star in the making

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor October 27, 2023

Carter Hassenplug, ’25, has done it again. After a fierce two rounds of battling in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference’s Men’s golf fall championship, he has earned the top spot and is taking...

Meredythe Baird, ’24, tracking the ball to make a save in front of the net.

Field hockey goalie hunting for saves record

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor October 20, 2023

The old saying goes “defense wins championships.” Although the Allegheny field hockey team will miss out on the playoffs this year, a silver lining in their defense has been Meredythe Baird, ’24,...

Chandler’s corner three

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor October 20, 2023

It is hard to believe that another season of professional basketball is just days away. But, as the NBA inches closer, the buzz throughout national media and fan bases continues to rise. The preseason...

Olivia Kraus, ’24, being crowned the 50 freestyle Champion of the Presidents’ Athletic Conference in 2022.

A Diamond in the deep blue

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor October 20, 2023

The Allegheny Women’s swim and dive team is underway with another season of Presidents’ Athletic Conference action. The Gators opened their strokes in the water versus Franciscan and, despite winning...

Decorations for Blue and Gold weekend hang from the front of the Henderson Campus Center on the afternoon of Thursday, Sept. 28.

Blue and Gold weekend — a tradition that lives on

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor September 29, 2023

It has become a tradition at Allegheny College for alumni, current students and their families to come and celebrate a weekend of entertainment on campus, during the fall. This year, the designated...

Jonathan Sharp, ’24, wearing a Nick Chubb jersey while representing the Cleveland Browns for game day.

History continues with AFC North rivalry matchup

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor September 22, 2023

It was the 144th time that the Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers matched wits and locked horns when the two teams met on Monday, Sept. 18 at Acrisure Stadium. The team from the east took down their...

Shooting for golden goals with conference play underway

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor September 22, 2023

Sometimes, in order to see the true colors of a team you have to look underneath the surface. Like a diamond in the rough, the Allegheny men’s soccer team has a load of potential for the 2023 season....

Women’s soccer — a photo collection of 2023

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor September 15, 2023

The Allegheny Gators Women’s soccer team has had its ups and downs throughout the young 2023 season, as they currently sit with a 1-4 record.While the roster has a handful of seniors, it is a young group...

Jack Johnson, ’24, ready to let one fly during a home game last year.

Football finds win in season debut

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor September 8, 2023

The Allegheny Gators football team took home a 39-36 overtime victory last Saturday versus the Waynesburg Yellow Jackets at John F. Wiley Stadium. The Gators thrashed the Yellow Jackets defense and combined...

A cup of coffee with Allegheny College’s Bill Ross

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor September 1, 2023

Kyle Chandler: Last year was certainly a hectic one with being back in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference, and how the athletic department was transforming, not only just being in a new conference but...

Isabelle Wakefield, ’24, swings during a home game earlier this season. Wakefield is forth in batting average on the team, hitting .344 on the year.

Softball hoping for rebound in playoffs

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor April 28, 2023

The Allegheny softball team dropped the final two games of the regular season to Waynesburg on Tuesday, April 26. It was the first time the Gators have been swept by a conference foe throughout their 2023...

Golf swinging for gold with PAC champs in sight

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor April 21, 2023

The Allegheny men’s and women’s golf teams have a big week ahead of them. After a consistent spring season with both rosters competing in three events throughout the semester, all eyes are now set...

These basketball sculptures sit outside the home of the Cleveland Cavaliers, Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse. This image was originally posted to Flickr by EDrost88 at https://flickr.com/photos/62091376@N03/25889595883 (archive). It was reviewed on 18 February 2018 by FlickreviewR 2 and was confirmed to be licensed under the terms of the cc-by-2.0.

Cleveland is back in the NBA playoffs – They’re young, they’re fun but can they make a run?

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor April 21, 2023

With the NBA playoffs taking place over the next few weeks, there is a lot of anticipation for the top teams to perform well and take the reins of the league throughout bracket play. The Cleveland Cavaliers...

Baseball starting to find their groove – Sports editor opines on the state of Gator baseball in 2023

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor April 14, 2023

The 2023 baseball season has been a surprise to Allegheny players, coaches and fans as the team sits with a 12-12 record more than halfway through their campaign. The program had high expectations coming...

Sophia Godzak, ’25, squares a ball up into right field last year during a conference game.

Softball off to best start in over a decade

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor April 10, 2023

The Allegheny softball team is off to an impressive start this season. The team boasts an 8-4 record which they earned during their spring trip to Florida from March 4-10. The southern climate sent the...

Jean-Arlette Legrand, ’24, returns a hit from the opponent during the Saturday, April 1, game versus Theil College.

Women’s tennis claims pair of wins

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor April 10, 2023

The Allegheny women’s tennis team dominated on the court this past weekend as it took down two conference foes in Thiel College and Washington and Jefferson College on Saturday, April 4. It was a clean...

Ethan Carr, ’26, returning a hit during a match earlier in the season.

Carr, men’s tennis ready to take on spring season

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor February 27, 2023

Ethan Carr, ’26, has put up an impressive first-year campaign for the Allegheny men’s tennis program. He has dominated on the court, racking up seven victories throughout singles and doubles play during...

Baseball laces up for trips to Beckley and Tucson

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor February 27, 2023

The Allegheny baseball team will swing their way into the 2023 regular season with road trips to Beckley, West Virginia, and Tucson, Arizona. The Gators will play in a three-game set against John Carroll...

NBA All-Star Weekend celebration is stacked

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor February 18, 2023

The 2023 NBA All-Star Game is set in stone as the league’s best will run the court on Sunday, Feb. 19, in the mountains and valleys of Salt Lake City, Utah. The 72nd edition of the program will be hosted...

Alexis Caldwell, ’23, leaps over her defender getting off a tough shot.

Basketball’s ‘Senior Night’ is one last hoorah at home

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor February 18, 2023

There is a reason why Senior Night is a celebrated tradition throughout high school and collegiate sports. With all the hard work athletes put in during their tenures, days accumulate into months, and...

Super Bowl? Super fun! – The Kansas City Chiefs take on the Philadelphia Eagles this Sunday in Arizona

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor February 12, 2023

For the first time in Super Bowl history, the Kansas City Chiefs will go head to head against the Philadelphia Eagles at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, on Sunday, Feb. 12. Buzz on campus has...

Matt Good, ’23, ready for action as he awaits as he watches the play develop waiting for his chance to strike.

Ice hockey skates past opponents with playoffs near

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor February 3, 2023

The Meadville Area Recreation Complex is home to many teams across the high school and collegiate level, including the Allegheny Ice Hockey Club. This past year, the team has recorded an 8-3 record and...

The baseball field at the Robertson Athletic Complex mid-renovation on Friday, Jan. 13. The project began in November 2022, and the finished field will be turf — a welcome change for the team.

Alumni donations fund renovation

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor February 3, 2023

Throughout the 119 years of baseball history at Allegheny College, players have dug their cleats into sand, silt and clay. Now, the team will get to experience what it is like to consistently compete on...

Bowling club ready to strike their spring season

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor January 27, 2023

South down Route 19, two miles from Allegheny College, is a white and gray brick building. Next to it is a sign with a white maraca-shaped figure, a black ball, and in big red letters, “bowling.” Welcome...

Gators chomp on Golden Tornadoes for sixth straight win

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor January 27, 2023

The men’s basketball team showed out once again on their home court Wednesday, Jan. 25, as they demolished the Golden Tornadoes of Geneva 99-74. This marks the Gators’ sixth straight victory,...

The cheer team hypes up the crowd at the Blue and Gold weekend game on Saturday, Sept. 24.

Sideline? Mainstay. – Behind the scenes of Allegheny’s hype squad

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor January 27, 2023

Picture a packed NBA stadium. The hometown heroes are up and the crowd is deafening. It is halftime, and half of the fans in the stands go out to the concourse area to get a hot dog and rehydrate. Suddenly,...

Campus Conversations: men’s basketball team

Campus Conversations: men’s basketball team

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor January 20, 2023

Caden Hinckley, ’23, Allegheny’s four-year starting center. On Jan. 11, Hinckley earned a career-high 19 rebounds versus Westminster.   Kyle Chandler: Coaches always talk about senior...

Sarah Santicola, ’26, faces Bethany College’s Sophie Morey in the opening tip-off of Wednesday night hoops.

Women’s basketball heats up with playoffs around corner

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor January 20, 2023

Allegheny’s women’s basketball team has rattled off three straight wins to move their record to 8-8 for the season. It is the first time this year the team has been at the .500 mark. After dropping...

James Morgan, ’25, towers over a defender, while looking for an open reciever to throw to. Part of his skillset comes with the ability to throw a frisbee with percision and confidence, making him a good “quarterback” for the Gators.

Ultimate Frisbee chases winter league championship

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor December 13, 2022

When James Morgan, ’25, came to Allegheny College he had one thing in mind: joining the ultimate frisbee team. His passion for the sport dates back to his childhood, when he would regularly throw the...

Mihaela Toader,’23, competing at the NCAC Outdoor Championship last year on May 6, where she was crowed leader of the conference for the 400-meter race. She outlegged her opponents and crossed the finish line at 58.32 seconds, the second fastest time in Gator history for that event.

Track and Field laces up for indoor season at YSU Icebreaker

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor December 13, 2022

Mihaela Toader, ’23, is back in the building, returning for her final season on the track with the Gators. After putting up monster numbers throughout her junior campaign, she shows no signs of slowing...

The Allegheny Women’s Cross Country team hoisting the championship flag after winning the Conference tournament on Saturday, Oct. 29. It was their first time winning back-to-back titles since their 3-peat during the 2015-17 seasons.

Cross Country kicks it into gear for Great Lakes Regional

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor November 18, 2022

Allegheny’s cross country season has come to a close for both the men and women after competing in the NCAA Great Lakes Regional at St. Vincent College on Saturday, Nov. 12. The women placed 7th out...

Garrett Paxton, ’25, gets ready to boot the ball through the uprights on the first possession of overtime. This made field goal gave the Gators a 20-17 lead.

Football closes season with overtime win over Bethany

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor November 11, 2022

The Allegheny Gators football team can breathe a sigh of relief after closing out their season in thriller fashion with an overtime win over the Bethany Bison 20-17. “There was a lot of happiness,”...

Men’s Basketball Head Coach Bob Simmons will be making his 8th seasonal appearance for the Allegheny Gators. This will be his first season participating in the PAC, as the college makes its return for the first time in 37 years.

Hoops on the horizon

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor November 4, 2022

When Men’s Basketball Head Coach Bob Simmons interviewed for his position at Allegheny College, he said met every single member of the faculty and staff on his nine hour visit, except for one maintenance...

Caleb Freeman, ’25, running at the Conneticut College Invite. Freeman finished in 5th overall with a time of 26:29:4, and was the second Gator to cross the finish line.

Cross Country laces up for PAC Championship

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor October 28, 2022

Allegheny’s men and women’s cross country are headed to the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Championship on Saturday, Oct. 29, at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. The women will compete...

The Allegheny women’s tennis team hoisting the championship flag after defeating Franciscan 5-4 at the Robertson Athletic Complex.

Perfect season concludes with conference championship

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor October 23, 2022

The Allegheny women’s tennis team brought home a Presidents’ Athletic Conference Championship — their first championship win in 37 years — after defeating Franciscan 5-4 in a back-and-forth thriller....

Defensive Specialist Jacy Diaz, ’26, in a ready position to attack the ball. Diaz earned a season-high 35 digs in the Gators’ last match against Geneva.

Volleyball amass seven game win streak

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor October 14, 2022

The Gators volleyball team has won seven straight games while climbing the ladder in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference, currently ranked third. They are carrying a 14-8 record, with a clean sheet of...

Trevon Worship, 23, rushing through the Yellow Jacket defense. Worship rushed for a career high 201 yards.

Blue and Gold weekend is a touchdown with football win

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor October 4, 2022

The Allegheny football team earned another victory this past Saturday against Waynesburg University, as Trevon Worship, ’23, rushed for a career high 201 yards on 22 carries en route to a 31-15...

Varsity golf action at Mercyhurst Invitational, September 16, 2022. Photo by Ed Mailliard.

Men’s golf looking for strong second half finish to fall

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor September 23, 2022

The men’s golf team is halfway through the fall season after competing in the Mercyhurst Invitational in Erie, Pennsylvania, this past weekend. The Gators finished in seventh out of 14 teams, while also...

Women’s tennis swings into season with 3-0 start

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor September 16, 2022

When Women’s Tennis Captain Ella Swan, ’23, first arrived at Allegheny College back in 2019, the tennis program was in for a delight. They had found a diamond in the rough, with elite level talent...

Field hockey opens with four-win hot streak

Kyle Chandler and Sami Mirza September 9, 2022

The Allegheny Women’s Field Hockey team are in the process of making history, as they have gotten off to their hottest start since the beginning of the program, seizing 19 goals and three shutouts en...

The revamped Gator mascot designed by Brian Martone, who wanted a rebrand that would bring a “intimidating” look to the new symbol.

Gators back in the PAC with new brand identity

Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor September 2, 2022

For the first time in nearly four decades, the Allegheny Gators will make their return to the Presidents Athletic Conference, and with it comes a new brand identity. “I thought that it would be a point...

Tylir Shannon, ’22, sprints the final stretch of the men’s 200 meter race at the Marty Goldberg Invitational at Robertson Athletic Complex on Thursday, May 12. Shannon finished third in 22.49 seconds.

Men’s Track and Field reflect on NCAC Conference Championship performances

Kyle Chandler, Sports Writer May 13, 2022

The Allegheny Men’s Track and Field team brought home the gold with three titles in the NCAC Conference Championships this past week, finishing with a team score of 76 points, good for sixth place in...

Mihaela Toader, 23, crosses the finish line during the womens 200 meter race during the Marty Goldberg Invitational at Robertson Athletic Complex, Thursday, May 13. Toader won the race in 25.62 seconds.

Women’s Track and Field captain Mihaela Toader closes out high- performing season with more wins

Kyle Chandler, Sports Writer May 13, 2022

In what will be her final year in the North Coast Athletic Conference, Mihaela Toader, ’23, left her mark once again, as she won the conference title for the Gators in the 400 meter race, while also...

First-year softball pitcher makes name for herself

Kyle Chandler, Sports Writer May 5, 2022

No two sports have more superstitious athletes than baseball and softball. Being two of some of the most mentally challenging sports players can partake in, they are always looking for an edge to deal...

Gators crush Battling Bishops, go out with a win

Kyle Chandler, Sports Writer April 29, 2022

For the first time in his four year campaign with the Allegheny Tennis team, David Salazar II, ’22, has made it to the NCAC Conference tournament. He was doubled up alongside Wanjoon Cho, ‘22,...

Golfing Gators

Kyle Chandler, Sports Writer April 21, 2022

Allegheny’s men’s golf team traveled up north as they finished in 8th place this past weekend at the University of Rochester Kravetz Invitational. The road players drove through was difficult, as...

Men’s lacrosse kicks into gear after early losses

Kyle Chandler, Sports Writer April 15, 2022

The Allegheny Men’s Lacrosse team cruised to victory on April 12 as they took down Hiram College in dominant fashion 13-2. It was a bounce back win for the Gators after dropping their last game to Ohio...

Jayhawks complete historic comeback, stun Tar Heels

Kyle Chandler, Sports Writer April 11, 2022

Kansas has claimed its fourth national championship in NCAA men’s basketball after securing a late comeback win taking down North Carolina 72-69. In what was seemingly going to be a cruise to victory...

Women’s Lacrosse continues high-score win-streak

Kyle Chandler, Sports Writer March 12, 2022

The Allegheny Women’s Lacrosse team cruised to victory on Sunday, March 8, as they took down Thiel College 14-4 in their season home opener. The Gators currently boast a 4-0 record, and are atop a vigorous...

Photo courtesy of North Coast Athletic Conference

Track and field shines at NCAC Indoor Championships

Kyle Chandler, Sports Writer March 4, 2022

The Allegheny men’s and women’s track and field teams wrapped up their conference weekend series at the 2022 North Coast Athletic Conference Championships last Saturday, Feb. 26. The men finished in...

Forward Caden Hinckley, ’23, battle for the ball against Wooster forward Turner Kurt on Feb. 19 in the James H. Mullen arena.

Men’s basketball falls to Wooster, season recap

Kyle Chandler, Sports Writer February 24, 2022

Editor’s Note: This story was written after the Allegheny men’s basketball v. Denison regular-season game on Saturday, Feb. 19. The Gators fell to Wooster 86-79 Tuesday, Feb. 22, in the North...

Blowout in Pittsburgh

Kyle Chandler, Contributing writer October 30, 2020

A high-stakes rivalry game occurred in Pittsburgh Sunday, Oct. 18, as the Cleveland Browns rolled into town in an attempt to extend their  four-game win streak against the hometown Steelers. Little...

Browns bounce back after week 2

Kyle Chandler, Contributing writer October 2, 2020

The Browns’ endless woes finally held off during week two as they took down their divisional rivals 35-30. The battle for Ohio was an entertaining one as the showdown between Baker Mayifeld and Joe...

Keeping busy on campus

Kyle Chandler, Contributing Writer September 18, 2020

With COVID-19 having a crucial impact on students returning to school, students have been affected differently by the new health and safety regulations. For many students, the transition from high school...

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