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    MEC Tournament Preview GSU vs Frostburg State

    05/11/2022 Boxing College Glenville State College via Glenville State College Athletics
    MEC Tournament Preview GSU vs Frostburg State

    Glenville- Pioneer baseball is looking to add more to the list of accomplishments to their historic 2022 season. For the second time in the programs history Glenville is in the Mountain East Conference Tournament. However, this time the Pioneers are entering the tournament with the most wins in school history.

    GSU Baseball Earns MEC Tournament Bid!

    05/10/2022 Boxing College Glenville State College via Glenville State College Athletics
    GSU Baseball Earns MEC Tournament Bid!

    Athens, WV – The Pioneers split the final two game series of the regular season with Concord. Glenville won the first game 14-5 and lost the second 0-5. The Pioneers record improves to 31-15 overall and 19-13 in league play earning them the South Division three seed for the Mountain East Conference Baseball Tournament. This the second time Glenville has…

    GSU Splits With Concord on Senior Day

    05/09/2022 Boxing College Glenville State College via Glenville State College Athletics
    GSU Splits With Concord on Senior Day

    Glenville, WV – The Pioneers split the Mother’s Day doubleheader with the Concord Mountain Lions. Glenville won the first game 5-3 but fell to Concord 6-3 in the second game. Glenville’s record improves to 30-14 and 18-12 in conference play and Concord improves their record to 30-16-1 and 19-11 in conference play. Senior Pitcher Adam Riggleman picked up his 200th…

    Regional Coach of the Year Dylan Cottrell Feature

    05/04/2022 Boxing College Glenville State College via Glenville State College Athletics
    Regional Coach of the Year Dylan Cottrell Feature

    GLENVILLE – In his second year as a college wrestling head coach, Glenville State’s Dylan Cottrell has been named the Regional Coach of the Year for NCAA Region Three. This is on the heels of a historic, breakout season for his young Pioneer squad.

    GSU Men’s and Women’s Track & Field Finish Day Three Strong

    05/04/2022 Boxing College Glenville State College via Glenville State College Athletics
    GSU Men’s and Women’s Track & Field Finish Day Three Strong

    Glenville, WV – The 2022 Mountain East Conference Men’s & Women’s Track & Field has officially crowned a new champion the University of Charleston. The Pioneer’s finished third in the meet and beating their total from last year by seven points. The Lady Pioneers finish seventh in the meet only one point behind Frostburg State.

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    With move to USC, Jordan Addison joins top 10 WR transfers in college football history

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    Ole Miss commit Grayson Saunier living in the moment as MLB Draft looms

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    Lakota East’s Austin Siereveld passes up Alabama, ND for home state Buckeyes

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    Austin Siereveld is one of the most talented players in Ohio’s 2023 class and has…

    Marquette commit Zaide Lowery quickly emerging as one of top talents in Missouri

    Marquette commit Zaide Lowery quickly emerging as one of top talents in Missouri

    Zaide Lowery didn’t begin playing basketball seriously until eighth grade, but he became a state…