Category - Sports

Hot seat: Porscha Speller

Porscha Speller has the Women’s Basketball team off to a solid 2-0 start, leading the team in scoring (20.0 PPG), three-point field goal percentage (*45.5 percent), total steals...

Hot seat: Jackson Hyland

West Chester University Men’s Basketball opened up their season with a 82-69 victory over Wesley College, led by this week’s Hot Seat subject Jackson Hyland. Hyland finished the...

Carson Wentz is the MVP

In a league with Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees and reigning MVP Matt Ryan, who would have ever thought that the front-runner for this year’s MVP award would be a second...

Fantasy week 8: start ‘em, sit ‘em

We’re looking at a beatdown in the Big Apple, a Viking ambush in Cleveland and a shutout in South Philly. It’s not worldwide chaos; it’s just week eight of the NFL. However, with...

Hot seat: Brett Glasco

West Chester University Men’s Soccer team is on pace to have it’s best record since 2013, a season in which they went 13-4-2, including 9-1-1 in the PSAC. This current edition of...

Football in four-way PSAC tie

West Chester University Football (5-2, 3-1 PSAC) fell to Bloomsburg University (5-2, 3-1 PSAC) by a single point inside of John A. Farrell Stadium on a brisk Saturday afternoon...

Hot seat: Jillian Grammer

West Chester’s Volleyball team is off to a strong 16-5 start this season, and starting setter Jillian Grammer has been an intrinsic part of that success. Her 730 total assists is...

Football handles Lock Haven

West Chester University (3-1, 1-0 PSAC,) opened conference play against Lock Haven University (0-4, 0-1 PSAC) without starting quarterback Paul Dooley, who was relegated to the...

Pro talk: state of the NFC East

As of the end of week 2, the NFC East appears to be the lovable disaster it was for much of the late 2000’s and early 2010’s: four of the most popular teams in the league battling...

Football dominated Edinboro

Scoring 63 points in a game is something West Chester University attendees have grown accustomed to seeing from the Golden Rams’ basketball team, but the roles reversed on...