Return to lacrosse proves painful

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When someone says that something is “like riding a bike,” they usually mean that you remember how to do it relatively easily, even after a long break. This same syllogism can be applied to sports. Once you learn, you are able to pick it back up after a break. However, sports can also be equated […]

[VIDEO] GU-REVU: The Gender Games

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The GU-REVU crew gears up to take a look at Gannon University’s gender-specific sports this week. Women’s lacrosse coach Lindsey Lowman and junior lacrosse player Lauren Hunt talk to Allison Kessler about life on the team at Gannon. Also, coach Don Henry and senior all-American wrestler Ethan Swope shed light on the history of the […]

Love of the Game is Greater Than Pain

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Edge welcomes our newest blogger, Megan Clumpus to the team. Megan, a junior biology/pre-med major, will be contributing to Edge’s sports blog, “Game On.” Through working in the athletic training room, and being an injured athlete myself, I’ve seen every type of athlete with every type of injury over the past two years: torn ACLs, […]

Click Thru GU: Gannon University Field

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Besides serving as five NCAA regulation fields (football, soccer, baseball, softball and lacrosse), this 154,000 square foot facility is also the site of events such as the homecoming pep rally and outdoor concerts. PREVIOUS: Courthouse Commons > Check out other GU buildings here!