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Colin McHugh

Camp Victory: A special camp for special kids

Camp Victory started their first summer with a total number of 455 participants in 1994. Since then, the numbers have steadily risen with each summer. Most of the week-long summer camps deal with issues ranging from weight management, heart disease, autism, spina bifida and epilepsy. Check out this story to learn more about how you can help…

Bloomsburg’s Finest: DJ Pink

Playing music from respected artists like Earth, Wind & Fire, all the way down to the low-culture riff raff of Hannah Montana. No matter what age group, Andrew Outten is able to get the bodies movin at an alarming and sometimes absurd rate.

Men's Lacrosse, Near Perfect Over the Weekend

The first of the two games had Bloomsburg traveling to Williamsport to take on the Nittany Lions of Penn Tech. It was a fast-paced, highly offensive affair with Bloomsburg winning the game 11-5. Mike Vogan (Phoenixville, Pa.) had six goals and two assists, leading the team in points scored. John Lawless (Collegeville, Pa.) assisted on four of the six goals Vogan contributed, while Scott Radzinski (Flemington, NJ) helped out on the other two with nice passes from behind the cage.

Bloomsburg Men’s Lacrosse Finishes Weekend at .500

Bloomsburg men’s Lacrosse finished .500 this  Sunday, dropping game one 4-3, against IUP and defeating Wilkes University 8-6 at Redmond Stadium. The first encounter was with a defensively strong IUP team, whose goalie played phenomenal as he stiflied anything the Bloomsburg attackers threw at him.  However…

Men’s Lacrosse: Perfect Autumn

BLOOMSBURG- Bloomsburg men’s lacrosse team took their final step in assuring a perfect fall record Sunday as they trounced 2007 final four participants Millersville University 14-9 in a long and grueling game. The huskies started off slow and vulnerable but…

Bloom Men’s Lacrosse, Skilled Beyond its Club Status

Bloomsburg men’s lacrosse can often be overlooked as a non-NCAA sanctioned club regulated team. However, Bloom lacrosse has a fluidity compared to some Division III and Division II schools and as such they deserve respect. The team has earned that respect, and now they have something to show for it.