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Field hockey team aiming for PSAC Championship

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The Bloomsburg University field hockey team will begin its quest for its 16th Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Championship on Friday at Shippensburg University.

Amanda Riley Earns PSAC Field Hockey Weekly Honor

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Bloomsburg University field hockey player Amanda Riley (Tannersville/Pocono Mountain East) was named the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division Player of the Week for the period ending October 25.

BU men’s basketball names captains for upcoming season

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Bloomsburg University men’s basketball coach John Sanow has announced that the captains for the 2009-10 season will be...

BU men’s soccer blanks Chestnut Hill College

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Freshman Tyler Phillips (Ephrata/Ephrata) scored two goals to lead Bloomsburg University over Chestnut Hill College 3-0 in non-conference men's soccer action on Tuesday night.

Balancing Act: The Art of Having a Life and Playing a Division I Sport

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The art of balancing athletics and academia can be a mutually accepted practice in many Division I players. The questions that need to be asked can put into perspective the rigidity of a student-athlete’s lifestyle.

September 19 College Football Roundup

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As usual, Saturday did not disappoint the fans of college football. There were numerous games that were all very close and exciting to watch. Here is a quick roundup of scores for the college football fan who may have missed a game or two...

America’s Pastime… It may not be what you think!

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For decades baseball has been referred to as “America’s Pastime,” but is that title accurate?

Oudin’s Run

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Melanie Oudin, appearing in only her second U.S. Open, defeated high ranked and well known opponents such as 29th ranked Maria Sharapova, 13th ranked Nadia Petrova, and 4th ranked Elena Dementieva, until finally falling to 8th ranked Caroline Wozniacki in the quarter-finals. Her loss may be a disappointment, however, Oudin’s run at the Open has given new life to the sport of tennis in the United States.

It’s Crunch Time for the Husky Hockey Team

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On February 7, Bloomsburg will face a much improved Northampton Community College team. The Huskies were victorious in their first meeting of the season against them, winning convincingly 13-2. “You cannot overlook them right now, they are much improved with a couple additions to their team, and we have to be ready to play,” Lerch continued.

Phillies World Series Trophy Visits BU Campus

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The 2008 World Series Champion Philadelphia Phillies had a special treat for fans of Bloomsburg University this past Friday afternoon. The 2008 World Series trophy...

The NFL Draft – Let’s Keep Those Young Guns in School

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Staying in school and graduating could only make them into better players. The NFL sticking around; I don’t understand why these players are in a hurry to sit the bench when they could be earning their scholarship money and dominating in college while earning a degree.

Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins Host Sports Career Fair

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Haven't found your dream job yet? If you think you might be interested in an exciting career in the sports industry, this announcement pertains to you! The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins hockey team is hosting a Sports Career Fair from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, March 25 at Wachovia Arena in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Recruiters will be seeking applicants in the fields of sales, administration, media, fitness, operations, and more.

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