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Harris looks ahead to bright future

Senior Quarterback James Harris leaves behind an illustrious career as a Vulcan

Rachael McKriger, Cal Times Contributor

December 5, 2015

In his senior season with the California University of Pennsylvania football team, James Harris passed for 3,000 yards and threw 24 touchdowns. Those numbers are substantially close to the numbers he had in his junior season, where threw for 3,055 yards and 24 touchdowns.    Either way, his senior season wa...

Women’s basketball earns win over Clarion

Women’s basketball earns win over Clarion

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December 5, 2015

Sophomore forwards Seairra Barrett (Center Twp., Pa./Central Valley) and Shatara Parsons (Harrisburg, Pa./Central Dauphin) both recorded double-doubles on Tuesday evening, as the No. 12 Vulcans earned a 67-48 win against Clarion in Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) West play at the Convoc...

Vulcan Women’s Cross Country Eyes Nationals

Vulcan Women’s Cross Country Eyes Nationals

Matt Hagy, Sports Editor

November 20, 2015

It has been a banner season for the California Vulcans Women’s Cross Country team. All season the team fought and competed in different events picking up some event wins and seeing outstanding performances from individual runners. In the past, the Vulcans Cross Country Program has produced several indiv...

Vulcans crush Lock Haven, but miss playoffs

Sophomore John Franklin III scored a TD in every game this season for the Vulcans

Daniel Beeck, Cal Times Contributor

November 20, 2015

With their backs against the wall, the California Vulcans Football team needed to beat Lock Haven and hope for the best in making a return to the NCAA playoffs for the first time since 2011. Also the Vulcans receiving core was looking to make their mark in history this week with Kowan Scott being nine ya...

Cal Volleyball seniors lead team to playoffs

The three seniors for the 2015 Vulcan Volleyball team played an integral part getting the Vulcans back to the PSAC playoffs

Rachael McKriger, Cal Times Contributor

November 20, 2015

Just a few short days after beating Edinboro University in an incredible final regular season match, the California University of Pennsylvania women’s volleyball club failed to defeat them again. However, the match, which was held at Edinboro University, was certainly filled with excitement. Although Edin...

Vulcans break losing streak to Lakers on Senior Day

Senior Kowan Scott needs nine more receiving yards to become the all-time leader in receiving yards in Cal Football History.

Daniel Beeck, Cal Times Contributor

November 16, 2015

The California University of Pennsylvania Vulcans football team had a lot to fight for this week. Taking on the Mercyhurst Lakers at home on senior day was big enough, then it turned out they were ranked ninth in the nation which puts them two spots out of contention for a playoff berth. The Vulcans w...

2015 Vulcan Football senior class one to remember

The nine California Football Seniors will be playing their final regular season game at Lock Haven University this Saturday.

Matt Hagy, Sports Editor

November 16, 2015

Nine California Vulcan Football seniors said goodbye to Adamson Stadium this past Saturday as the Vulcans played their final home game of the 2015 season against the Mercyhurst Lakers. The names included: quarterback James Harris, running back Derrick Fiore, offensive lineman Grant Jones and Jeremy Se...

Despite playoff exit, Kubik ends Cal career on high note

Rachael McKriger, Cal Times Contributor

November 16, 2015

Even though the California University of Pennsylvania Men’s Soccer team did not get the result they wanted in their playoff match against Slippery Rock University, Lubos Kubik would not change a thing about his senior season. Kubik, who will graduate in May with a degree in sports management, had a PSAC hi...

Vulcans women’s cross country team wins regionals

The Vulcans women’s Cross Country team will be making their first appearance as 
a team in the NCAA national championships on November 21st.

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November 16, 2015

For the first time in program history, the California University of Pennsylvania women’s cross country team captured the NCAA Atlantic Regional Championship and qualified as a team for the NCAA National Championships, another first in program history, on Saturday morning.     The Vulcans earned the regional...

Vulcan Football crushes Golden Knights on the road

Daniel Beeck, Cal Times Contributor

November 6, 2015

On any given Saturday afternoon, you will find college football teams lacing up their cleats and strapping their helmets. Stepping onto the turf or grass fields at their opponents university is one of the most intimidating feelings in all of college sports. Competing with the screaming fans and the ...

Led by Arganbright, Cal Swimming team begins season

Arganbright enetering her junior season, has become one of the best swimmers
in the pSAC and a leader for the Swimming Team here at Cal.

Rachael McKriger, Cal Times Contributor

November 6, 2015

With four meets already occurring in their season, the California University of Pennsylvania Women’s Swim team holds a record of 3-1. Their wins this season were against Notre Dame (Ohio), Wheeling Jesuit, and Fairmont State while losing against Shippensburg.     One of the main attributors to ...

Cal women’s basketball looks to defend national title

Cal women’s basketball looks to defend national title

Matt Hagy, Sports Editor

November 6, 2015

When a team is at the top, everyone will be gunning for them. As always in professional sports in the next season, the defending champion has a large target on its back. That is what lies on the 2015 Division 2 national champion California Vulcans women’s basketball team. By now everyone knows the sto...

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