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From the Gold Rush to the Golden City

Cody Elias at SAP Center in San Jose, CA

Danny Beeck, Editor-In-Chief

March 21, 2019

In a city that boasts an eclectic culinary scene and the famous Golden Gate Bridge, Cody Elias, a graduate of California University of Pennsylvania ‘12, seeked out something different in the Golden City. From California, Pennsylvania to San Francisco, California, Elias set his sights on sports radio ...

A Look Back: Cal U Women’s Basketball

A Look Back: Cal U Women's Basketball

Colin Kirkwood, Sports Editor

March 19, 2019

After a season ending loss to IUP in the Atlantic Regional Final this past Monday, I felt a reflection of this past season would be a good way to recap the entire season. Seeing just about every game in the season helped in determining this list, and wihtout any further introduction, here is my top 10...

PSAC 2019 WBB Tourney: Who’s In?

Colin Kirkwood, Sports Editor

March 4, 2019

With the month of March finally upon us, many college basketball fans know that the exciting time of year has arrived where the world turns their attention to a bracket. The Cal Vulcans Women’s Basketball team will begin the journey towards their third national championship in program history, but...

Vulcans drop close contest to #2 IUP

Austin Heckman, Contributor

March 4, 2019

The Vulcans started the day honoring Senior Guard Cordell Smith for Senior Day. The under-sized Vulcans started by allowing only 1 FG in the first 3 and half minutes. But the Vulcans’ offense couldn’t capitalize on their defensive efforts and the game remained close. After allowing 89 points to Mercyhurst...

Disc Golf: What to know to be in the know

Disc Golf: What to know to be in the know

Gary Smith, Director of Operations, CUTV

March 4, 2019

In the past two weeks we have learned how to get into disc golf and also some basics of how discs work.  In this week’s segment we are going to learn about some history of the sport, great players, and much more so that you can name drop when going out on the course and feel like a long time playe...

You Want to Disc Golf, Now What?

You Want to Disc Golf, Now What?

Gary Smith, Director of Operations, CUTV

February 15, 2019

Disc golf is a sport that is easy to pick up but hard to master. The easiest answer to the question of, “well, now what,” is to find a friend who plays and bug them to take you out for a round or two. If you do not know of anyone who plays then let this article be your guide to how to get started...

Atlantic Region Update 2/15

Colin Kirkwood, Sports Editor

February 15, 2019

We are halfway through the month of February, which means the thick of conference play is almost behind us in the Atlantic Region of Division II Women’s Basketball. California University of Pennsylvania’s team took quite a tumble since the last publishing of this column. In a very uncharacteristic...

Cal U PGM Program experiences PGA Show

Nolan Bistline, Contributor

February 6, 2019

During this past week, the Cal U Professional Golf Management Program attended the 2019 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, Florida at the Orange County Convention Center. This week was fulfilled with many fun events for the students to attend and learn more about future opportunities within of the wo...

Disc Golf 101

Gary Smith, Director of Operations at CUTV

February 6, 2019

As the calendar turns over from 2018 to 2019, the focus of the sports word changes from College Football Bowl Season, to NFL Playoffs/Super Bowl, MLB Spring training and finally golf season.  Golf Season means not only traditional golf with events such as the annual rite of spring The Masters and this...

Women’s Basketball Atlantic Region Action

Colin Kirkwood, Sports Editor

February 6, 2019

The road to March Madness is off and running for the California University of Pennsylvania Women’s Basketball team. Fresh off of two wins this past week with one coming on the road over previously #1 ranked IUP, California is looking to continue rolling. Until the buzzer sounds for the final time this...

Underrated to top rated

Brent Pegram driving to the hoop against Seton Hill University

Danny Beeck, Editor-In-Chief

February 5, 2019

An area surrounding the nation’s capital, known to many sports fans as the “DMV”  for Washington DC. Maryland and Virginia, is something of a training ground for many aspiring athletes who have successfully risen from humble beginnings to the highest ranks of professional basketball. Players like Kevin ...

Cal U football players awarded top honors from Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference

Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference

Sports Information, California University of Pennsylvania

December 12, 2018

Junior defensive back Lamont McPhatter II was named the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) West Defensive Athlete of the Year and quarterback Noah Mitchell was tabbed the PSAC West Freshman of the Year on Wednesday afternoon, as the Vulcans featured eight All-PSAC West selections. In addition...

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