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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...

Cal men’s basketball vies for playoff return

Cal men’s basketball vies for playoff return

Zach Prosba, Cal Times Contributor

November 6, 2015

Basketball is a game that relies on statistics more than any sport it seems, so when thinking of the Cal U men’s team from the previous season, one statistic stands out in particular that defined their journey: 38.  That is the amount of total points that separated Cal between nine wins and nine los...

Vulcan Football knocks off unbeaten Clarion

Vulcan Football knocks off unbeaten Clarion

Daniel Beeck, Cal Times Contributor

November 3, 2015

A record that dates back to 2004, the California University Vulcans have not lost to an opposing football team on homecoming. This year, the stakes were higher due to Clarion being undefeated and being ranked 25th in Division II. Not only were the emotions high, but the chance that there would be rain...

Cal U Hockey Homecoming series a success again

Vulcans and Colonials players battle off a faceoff during the Vulcans win. Cal 1 has won every year for the Cal U Hockey Homecoming Series

Matt Hagy, Sports Editor

November 3, 2015

One of the best parts of homecoming week at Cal is the annual Cal U Hockey Homecoming Series that has been played at Rostraver Ice Garden on homecoming week since 2012. This event showcases the Cal hockey teams who have been a traditional power in their respective leagues. There has been normally two ga...

Cal women’s soccer needs one win to make playoffs

Goaltender Meghan Jayes has emerged 
as one of the top goalies in the PSAC.

Rachael Mckriger, Cal Times Contributor

November 3, 2015

After coming off of four away games where they defeated their opponents, the California University of Pennsylvania women’s soccer team is ecstatic to come back on home turf for their last two games. The first game against the number one ranked team in the country, Gannon, ended with the Vulcans dropp...

Led by young and old, Cal Men’s soccer moves forward

November 3, 2015

The best way to describe the 2015 California men’s soccer team: resilient. The Vulcans find themselves heading into the last game of the regular season this weekend already clinched a playoff spot and in sixth place in the PSAC standings. For a team that lost one of the best players in program histor...

PIAA classification expansion hurts WPIAL the most

Classification expansion will change the traditional high school football in PA

Matt Hagy, Sports Editor

October 22, 2015

Pennsylvania High School football will never be the same. Earlier this month, the PIAA voted on a proposal to expand from the current four classification system to a new six class system and it passed with a 26-4 vote out of the 30 members of the PIAA board of directors. This new change will go in eff...

Vulcan football dealt devastating loss from IUP

Despite a strong performance from the Cal U defense, IUP’s running game was
too strong for the Vulcans in last Saturday’s Coal Bowl loss to the Crimson Hawks

Daniel Beeck, Cal Times Contributor

October 22, 2015

California had the biggest road test of their season against IUP this past weekend, a game that has been a huge rivalry since 1918. This years game fit right into the normal criteria for the Coal Bowl, bitterly cold and extremely intense. The game time temperature was 39 degrees but as the night pro...

Golf teams finish fall season at PSAC Championships

The California University of Pennsylvania Vulcans golf teams closed out their Fall 
seasons in Hershey last weekend.

Rachael McKriger, Cal Times Contributor

October 22, 2015

The California University of Pennsylvania men and women’s golf teams finished off their season this past weekend with the PSAC Championships. The Championships, which were held in Hershey, Pennsylvania, were a two-day feat for the Vulcans and their other competitors.     Cal’s  women’s golf team l...

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