Point Park Globe

Baseball moves to first in KIAC

Written By Ryan Bertonaschi

June 29, 2016

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...

Baseball salvages weekend series

Written By Ryan Bertanoschi

June 29, 2016

After losing the first two of a four-game series at Alice Lloyd College (Ky.) on Friday, Point Park’s baseball team recovered Saturday by winning the series’ two remaining games.The Pioneers received strong starting pitching from both its starters, redshirt-sophomore left-hander Nathan Sphon and ju...

Baseball team finds a new home and maybe new future

Written By Doug Andiorio

June 29, 2016

             Point Park University's baseball team gets to play on a new field of dreams this season, and hopefully the move will trigger a winning record, which is something the team has not been able to attain since the early 2000s.             The team's field has relocated, mo...

Baseball team reaches forty wins

Written By Alex Stumpf

June 29, 2016

With an 11-1 thrashing of Fisher College on Saturday during an abbreviated contest, the Point Park University baseball team completed their season sweep of the American Mideast Conference and reached the 40-win plateau.“It feels great to reach 40 wins,” third year head coach Loren Torres said du...

Scoring the golden goal in overtime to start off the winning streak

Scoring the golden goal in overtime to start off the winning streak

Written By Christine Cestra

June 29, 2016

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Beatty makes an impact on Point Park women

Written By Malik Vincent

June 29, 2016

Hustling, hardworking and focused were three terms that Point Park University Head Women's Basketball Coach Sam Kosanovich used to describe junior guard Kristen Beatty.A transfer from the Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC), Beatty has found a way to adjust to the game on Point Park's level. Sh...

Pioneer volleyball extends win streak to eight matches

Pioneer volleyball extends win streak to eight matches

Written By Zachary Weiss

June 29, 2016

Forgive Point Park if it is excited about its recent play. The Pioneers’ womens volleyball team has won eight straight matches and 24 consecutive sets to bring its overall record to 10-6 and Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (KIAC) mark to a perfect 6-0. Kelsey Veydt, one of three ...

Bison Break

Written By Andrew Goldstein

June 29, 2016

 One of the most important advantages any team could have is being able to play at home. Having a home turf close to campus allows teams to play in front of large crowds rooting just for them and gives any squad an undeniable advantage.That wasn’t the case in past years for the men’s and women’s so...

Bison Rugby Club falls short in season’s second match

Bison Rugby Club falls short in season’s second match

Written By Joshua Croup

June 29, 2016

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Bison Break

Written By Alex Stumpf

June 29, 2016

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

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

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...