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IUP volleyball tops West Virginia State, 3-1

Diagnosed last season with bilateral pulmonary embolism, a blockage of the main artery of the lung, Lauren Hester (redshirt junior, speech-language pathology and audiology) returned to the court last week,…

IUP tennis takes on D-I teams

As the lone invitee of the Bucknell Invitational in Lewisburg, Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s women’s tennis team recently squared off against a lineup of Division I opponents. In the first…

IUP field hockey looks for cohesion after three straight losses

IUP field hockey looks for cohesion after three straight losses

Difficulties in the attacking zone underlined three disappointing losses for the Indiana University of Pennsylvania women’s field hockey team. IUP dropped its season opener to Mercyhurst University, 2-1, Sept. 9…

Men’s, women’s cross country finish fourth at Doug Watts Open Invitational

One down, seven to go. The Indiana University men’s and women’s cross country teams competed in their first meet of the season at the Doug Watts Open Invitational Saturday in…

Crimson Hawks open soccer season with two wins

As the fall semester begins to unfold, Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s women’s soccer dominated the opening game of the season Thursday against Lock Haven University and the second game against…

IUP women’s volleyball wins two of three at Crimson Hawk Invitational

IUP women’s volleyball wins two of three at Crimson Hawk Invitational

Working hard physically and mentally since January, the Indiana University of Pennsylvania women’s volleyball team started their season off by hosting the Crimson Hawk Invitational Sept. 5-6. Head coach Aline…

Women’s tennis aims for more tournament success

As one of Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s more prolific teams in terms of success, the women’s tennis team looks to build upon the momentum they gained in the spring semester.…

IUP’s LeDonne adjusting to life of college soccer

IUP’s LeDonne adjusting to life of college soccer

Slippery Rock, Robert Morris, Duquesne and Youngstown State universities, along with other colleges, were among choices for freshman Cassidy LeDonne to continue her soccer career.  Indiana University of Pennsylvania became…

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