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PAC moves football, other ‘high-contact’ sports, to spring

July 24, 2020

The PAC, which includes Washington & Jefferson College and Waynesburg University as members, announced Friday afternoon that it has postponed fall athletic competitions in the NCAA-defined “high-contact” and “medium-contact” sports until the spring 2021 semester.

Mt. Lebanon’s Megan Foster named W&J tennis coach

July 21, 2020

Megan Foster has been named head coach of Washington & Jefferson College men’s and women’s tennis programs.

Troup to serve as chair of PAC Presidents’ Council

July 2, 2020

Dr. Calvin L. Troup, president at Geneva College, will serve as chair of the Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) Presidents’ Council for the 2020-21 academic year.

When Sports Were Played: W&J made splash in 2006 by winning PAC title

June 23, 2020

For today’s “When Sports Were Played,” we have the PAC women’s basketball tournament championship game played Feb. 25, 2006, when Washington & Jefferson overcame a 10-point second-half deficit to knock off Thomas More.

Former W&J and Cal coach Luckhardt on Hall of Fame ballot

June 18, 2020

Former California University of Pa. and Washington & Jefferson College coach John Luckhardt is among the 217 finalists on the ballot for the College Football Hall of Fame.

Brooke Lapia ’20 Completes Career at W&J

May 11, 2020

W&J student-athlete Brooke Lapia ’20 ended her softball career at W&J College this spring, despite not being able to play her senior season due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Five new members for W&J Athletic Hall of Fame

April 15, 2020

Four W&J alumni and a coach will be inducted into the W&J Athletics Hall of Fame.

W&J longtime assistant football coach dies

March 5, 2020

Todd Young, beloved assistant football coach, died Thursday morning after a year-long battle with cancer.

W&J Community Members Among Those Inducted Into Sports Hall Of Fame

February 6, 2020

The Washington-Greene Chapter of the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame 2020 inductees include alum Pat Aigner, W&J sports physician Dr. Anthony Canterna, and W&J CPS Director Jonathan Miles.

Women’s Basketball v. Westminster

February 5, 2020