Slow start leads to loss for Rock lacrosse

Cody McCullough, Rocket Contributor

April 9, 2015

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The Slippery Rock University had another slow start against Indiana University of Pennsylvania Wednesday, and it cost them the game. They lost 15-11, and didn’t give themselves much of a chance after striking first. After... Read more »

NFL hires first woman as full-time official

Ryan Barlow, Assistant Sports Editor

April 9, 2015

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The National Football League made a groundbreaking announcement Wednesday afternoon, stating that the league hired eight full-time referees, and one of them is a woman. Sarah Thomas was hired by the NFL, and recently broke... Read more »

Tennis picks up pair of wins over conference rivals

Doug Gilghrist, Rocket Contributor

April 9, 2015

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The Slippery Rock University tennis team pushed their winning streak to three with a pair of 5-4 victories over conference rivals, Edinboro University last Thursday and Seton Hill University Tuesday. The Rock traveled to Erie,... Read more »

Women’s outdoor track wins nine events at SRU Open

Cody Nespor, Rocket Contributor

April 8, 2015

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The Slippery Rock University women’s track team put on a good show for their home crowd at the SRU Open last Thursday, winning nine events. “I believe that we are headed in the right direction," SRU head coach John Papa... Read more »

Men’s outdoor track win nine events at SRU Open

Brittany Fagan, Rocket Contributor

April 8, 2015

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The Slippery Rock University men’s track team dominated their own event last Thursday, as they won nine events at the SRU Open. Along with nine events wins, Rock athletes reached two National Collegiate Athletic Association... Read more »