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Bellhy has career game in UPJ loss

Daniel Beeck, Cal Times Contributor

February 12, 2016

The California University of Pennsylvania men’s basketball team continued play in the second half of a double-header against the University of Pittsburgh-Johnstown, hoping they could contain the Mountain Cats scoring to less than 93 points, a score they put up the last time these teams faced each ot...

What should the NFL do about Johnny Manziel?

What should the NFL do about Johnny Manziel?

Rachael McKriger, Sports Editor

February 12, 2016

The NFL has had its share of controversies over the years, and one name has seemed to consistently pop out in them. Johnny Manziel, quarterback for the Cleveland Browns, has once again been brought into the spotlight, but not in a positive manner. On January 30 Manziel was involved in an altercation ...

Tennis falls in spring opener at No. 6 CMU, 6-3

Lena Dimmer performs in the spring opener.

Ryan Legarsky, Sports Information

February 12, 2016

In a match between two nationally-ranked programs, the No. 15 California University of Pennsylvania tennis team suffered a 6-3 loss to Carnegie Mellon, the No. 6 team in NCAA Division III, while opening the spring season on Saturday morning. Following the loss, the Vulcans fall to 1-2 on the year...

Brown, Terry earn All-America honors

Matthew Kifer, Sports Information

February 5, 2016

  California University of Pennsylvania junior wide receiver Garry Brown and junior defensive back Aaron Terry both recently earned D2Football.com All-America Honorable Mention.      Brown finished the season ranked No. 10 in the country with 102.8 receiving yards per game and was one of only two...

Cal U Swimming will send seven to PSACs

Rachael McKriger, Sports Editor

February 5, 2016

After competing in the University of Pittsburgh Senior Recognition Meet, the California University of Pennsylvania have solidified their roster heading into the PSAC Championship Tournament. The roster consists of one junior, Jade Arganbright, one sophomore, Hannah Trocchio, and five freshmen. The...

IUP Sees Red

Rachael McKriger, Sports Editor

February 5, 2016

As the crews from ESPN3 set up their equipment, the California University of Pennsylvania women’s basketball team were buzzing with excitement in the locker room. The excitement wasn’t just because of ESPN being there, as it was also for the crowd they were about to walk out to. Just to the play...

Cal U Football search for new head coach is over

New Cal U Head Football Coach Gary Dunn speaks to those in attendance at his press conference Friday afternoon

Danny Beeck, Cal Times Contributor

February 5, 2016

The California University of Pennsylvania Vulcan Football team finished off the 2015 season with an 8-3 record, with Coach Mike Kellar at the helm. In the months following the Vulcans impressive season, however, Kellar began looking elsewhere to take his coaching knowledge. As Kellar made the transitio...

Cal Times Athlete Spotlight

Cal Times Athlete Spotlight

February 5, 2016

Class: Senior Major: Sports Management Hometown: Alexandria, Virginia High School: Edison    A guard who has started every single game, but one, this year, Khalil Jabbie put up 17 points against Indiana University of Pennsylvania. This season, Jabbie averages 9.8 points per game and even averages...

Cal Times Athlete Spotlight

Cal Times Athlete Spotlight

Rachael McKriger, Sports Editor

January 29, 2016

Class: Junior Major: Chemistry Hometown: Bridgeport, West Virginia High School: Bridgeport Miki Glenn has been a big part of the Cal U Women’s basketball team’s success. Glenn, a guard, scored a career high 36 points against the Mercyhurst Lakers on January 23. She has played in all 17 game...

Cal U Men’s Basketball fall to Edinboro and Mercyhurst

Daniel Beeck, Cal Times Contributor

January 29, 2016

The California University of Pennsylvania men’s basketball team took on Edinboro in the second part of a double-header on January 20. The team hoped to turn their season around and continue the one game win streak even further, looking to improve to 8-11 on the season. Although this year hasn’t been...

Cal U Women’s Basketball win one, lose one before IUP

Shatara Parsons, a sophomore, has played in all 16 games this season for the Vulcans, and has averaged nine rebounds per game and 1.6 blocks per game.

Daniel Beeck, Cal Times Contributor

January 29, 2016

    The California University of Pennsylvania women’s basketball team faced Edinboro University on January 20 at Edinboro. Outside the gym, it might have been snowy and cold, but inside the girls from both teams were heating up. California was on a winning streak against Edinboro, dating back to...

Cal U Swim Team look toward PSAC, Pitt Meets

Janet Gates and the Cal U swim team will compete at the University of Pittsburgh

Rachael McKriger, Sports Editor

January 29, 2016

    The women’s swim team at Cal U has had a lot of success this season. The team has a 7-2 record and recently took first place in their California Vulcan Invitational, which they held on January 22 and 23. At the Vulcan Invitational, the team hoisted first place over Lock Haven University and Juniat...

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