Point Park University's Student-Run Newspaper

Point Park Globe

Point Park University's Student-Run Newspaper

Point Park Globe

Point Park University's Student-Run Newspaper

Point Park Globe

Steelers win first game without Matt Canada

Written By Anthony Cugini, Staff Writer November 29, 2023

Pittsburgh went into Cincinnati and picked up an important 16-10 win over the Bengals on Sunday.   The Steelers won their first game after firing former offensive coordinator Matt Canada. Not...

Penguins go 1-2 over Thanksgiving week

Written By Megan Lukitsch, Staff Writer November 29, 2023

Despite having a win over the weekend, the Penguins did not have much to be thankful for over the past week.   On Wednesday night, the Penguins faced off against their Metropolitan Division...

Junior Nathaniel Van fights for the ball against a Fisher player last Friday.

Men’s and women’s basketball face Fisher at home

Written By Matt Palange, Sports Editor November 9, 2023

Men’s and women’s basketball entered their second week of play, where the women’s team started off in an exhibition game against the University of Pittsburgh (Pitt). Since Pitt is D1 and Point Park...

Sophomore Jurnee Durrett-Finney strives for control of the ball during a game earlier in the season. The women will also play Rio Grande next Wednesday in the RSC semifinals.

Men’s and women’s soccer secure RSC semifinals spots

Written By Jake Loveisky, Staff Writer November 9, 2023

The Point Park Women's team is hungry for playoff success, and after finishing second in the River States Conference (RSC) with an impressive 7-1-2 record, the season is long from over as they continue...

Women’s Volleyball fight hard in tough loss, before splitting games on their road trip

Written By Matt Palange November 1, 2023

Point Park’s women’s volleyball looked to continue their momentum after winning their home opener convincingly in a 3-0 sweep against Salem University.  The team had a week off until getting their...

Men and Woman’s basketball demolish Shenango

Written By Brynn Rees, Staff Writer November 1, 2023

In their first game of the regular season, Point Park’s mens and womens basketball teams demolished Penn State Shenango on October 26. The Pioneers’ home openers at CCAC’s gym were exciting from...

Men and Woman’s soccer dominate IUPUC

Men and Woman’s soccer dominate IUPUC

Written By Megan Lukitsch and Staff Writer November 1, 2023

On a day filled with friends, family, recognition and goals, Point Park mens and womens soccer teams each took home a win over IUPUC on Senior Day. The women had a dominating 15-0 victory, and the men...

Men’s baseball hope to have successful results in playoffs

Written By Logan Creamer, For The Globe October 25, 2023

The baseball team is back on campus for fall ball practices, working towards another playoff run in the spring.     The baseball team is back on campus after a long summer break. Since their...

Cross country places big at NAIA Great Lakes Challenge

October 25, 2023

The cross country team recently had a long bus ride to Grand Rapids, Michigan. This meet was the NAIA Great Lakes Challenge that took place this past Saturday. Many top 25 NAIA schools were featured in...

University president Chris Brussalis stands with new inductees to the Athletics Hall of Fame Tom Birko, Ashley Moran and Shane Lucas. and athletic director John Ashaolu on Sept. 30.

Three alumni inducted into Athletic Hall of Fame

Written By Tyler Beck, For The Globe October 25, 2023

Point Park Athletics inducted three new members into their Hall of Fame during an induction on September 30. There are currently 62 members. Members of the public can nominate alumni for their success...

The rising issue of attendance at Point Park athletic events

Written By Brynn Rees, Staff Writer October 25, 2023

The Point Park soccer teams planned a White Out game on October 14 in hopes of seeing a student section repping all white attire. Students and staff posted about the upcoming game on social media, urging...

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