Point Park Globe

Bison Break

Written By Alex Stumpf

June 29, 2016


Filed under SPORTS

Starting next year, Point Park will sponsor two new teams: men’s and women’s track and field. While there is an immediate benefit of adding a new program – attracting a new demographic of student athletes to the University – the real story is that Point Park is continuing to expand its athletic op...

Putting a new girl onto the green

Putting a new girl onto the green

Written By Gillian Belich

June 29, 2016


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One new face on Point Park’s women’s golf team has been playing since the age of three. This fact showed during her initial match, where she placed first on the team and sixth place individually.  Alena Lancia came to Point Park on a scholarship and has worked her way into the lineup t...

Boshkova ‘fits perfectly’ with, adds potential to team

Written By Marina Weis

June 29, 2016


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It is Wednesday morning after Tuesday night's women's basketball game in Houghton New York where the Pioneers defeated the Highlanders 57-48, and forward Anna Maria Boshkova is running on only three hours of sleep.The 6-foot-1-inch Bulgarian native not only never misses a game, but she also goes to cl...

Word From the Weiss

Word From the Weiss

Written By Zachary Weiss, Sports Columnist

June 29, 2016


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After a 2-1 overtime victory against the University of Northwestern Ohio, the Point Park men’s soccer team is 3-1 on the season. How it has reached that point is different from past seasons. “[Coach Jeroen Walstra] wants us to be very strong defensively,” said goalkeeper Zak Borz...

A place to call home

Written By Kelly Grigg

June 29, 2016


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AMC conference may lose value

Written By Alex Stumpf

June 29, 2016


Filed under SPORTS

 Point Park University has been a long-time member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), but a possible change to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) could alter this. Even though these rumors have been swirling around for over a year, the speculation for t...

Ardinger contributes to two sports

Written By Marina Weis

June 29, 2016


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Amanda Ardinger learned the value of hard work in high school when her volleyball team lost the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League (WPIAL) championship, but then returned the next year and took home the title.Ardinger, now a Point Park University sophomore, carries the same hardworking at...

Athletes ‘get there’

Written By Kenny Taylor

June 29, 2016


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Even though Detroit Tigers center fielder Don Kelly graduated from Point Park University, he did not feel as if he had to prove anything to anyone because of his success competing in tournaments against Division 1-A talent. Steve Fabian did not foresee himself playing for the Pittsburgh Riverhounds pr...

Austrian players add strength

Written By Alexander Stumpf

June 29, 2016


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Despite the fact that the men’s soccer team has only played a handful of games this season, they already have a better record than last year’s team, which limped on to a one-win season following the ineligibility ruling of Alex Sala.Sala was ruled ineligible to play last year due to insufficient cr...

Baseball finishes strong in Florida

Written By Zac Weiss

June 29, 2016


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While many vacationed for Spring Break to enjoy the time off, the Point Park baseball team went to Florida to play in 12 games, compiling a 9-3 record.The trip allowed the team to bond and mixed fun with the competitive atmosphere."We always get really excited to go down to Florida, that's where we ha...

Baseball looks forward to 2011

Written By By AJ Owen

June 29, 2016


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With new coaching staff in place and a slew of new players, the Point Park University baseball team did not know what to expect as they took to the diamond for the long baseball season. Unfortunately, what transpired was a season where the men's team could barely crack double-digit wins. The team e...

Baseball moves to first in KIAC

Written By Ryan Bertonaschi

June 29, 2016


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The University’s baseball team departed its weekend series at Berea College (Ky.) Saturday with a four-game sweep under its belt, adding more pivotal pieces to its campaign for back-to-back National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) World Series appearances.The Pioneers, (15-11 8-4 Ke...