By Evan McCue Staff Writer E.M.McCue@iup.edu 10/4/16 The IUP Crimson Hawks set off on Friday afternoon to kick off a rather challenging duo of in-conference road games. Friday’s game featured
[cft] Larry Peterson, a 1990 DePauw University graduate, never had plans of becoming a head coach. He graduated with a degree in economics, and then he went
[cft] IUP traveled to Quakertown Wednesday and Thursday to compete in the double-loss elimination Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference championship tournament. The Crimson Hawks were sent packing after three games,
[cft] After finishing 19-24 and barely making the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Championships last season, IUP had improvements to make in preparation for the 2016 season. One area that
[cft] IUP finished the regular season 18-3 overall and 5-1 in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference West division, which slated them as the No. 2 seed entering the postseason.
[cft] Entering Thursday’s doubleheader against Mercyhurst University, IUP had to win four of its six remaining regular-season games in order to clinch a berth into the Pennsylvania State Athletic
[cft] After losing to No. 18 California University of Pennsylvania Thursday, IUP won two of three games against Charleston University and West Virginia State University Saturday and Sunday. “We
[cft] No. 16 IUP defeated Kutztown University 18-7 and clinched a spot in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Tournament Saturday. Senior Amy Weinberg (special education) had one goal and