Category Archives: Athletics
The Glenville State College Lady Pioneer and Pioneer basketball games at West Liberty, which are scheduled for this Saturday, February 21st, will be broadcast on ESPN 3
The Glenville State College softball games this weekend at the Catawba Tournament in Salisbury, North Carolina on Friday, February 20th through Sunday, February 22nd have been cancelled due to weather
All-session reserved and general admission tickets for the 2015 Mountain East Conference Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments presented by GoMart will go on sale starting Thursday, Feb. 12, at 2 p.m. The Charleston Civic Center will serve as the site for both tournaments from March 5-8, featuring 14 games over four days
The Glenville State Lady Pioneers shot 46 percent from the floor as they held off Notre Dame College on Saturday afternoon as they picked up a 72-64 victory.
Glenville State Pioneers had five players score in double figures but it wasn’t enough as Notre Dame College walked away with a one point victory 90-89 on Saturday afternoon
The Glenville State Pioneer men’s basketball team suffered their worst loss of the season on Thursday night at Urbana as they fell by 33 points, 75-42
The Glenville State Lady Pioneer basketball team had five players score in double figures as they went on the road and defeated Urbana University on Thursday night by eight points
Glenville State’s outstanding junior running back Rahmann Lee was named to the 2014 Don Hansen NCAA Division II All-American First Team Offens
For the first time since its inception, a trio of staff members was presented with Glenville State College’s ‘Pete and Betsy Barr Professional Development Award.’ The award, which provides funds to further professional growth and development, was presented to GSC Sports Medicine personnel Brent Walters, Jennifer Tolson, and Dr. Carl Nichols. Walters and Tolson serve as Athletic Trainers and Nichols as Team Physician.
The Glenville State Lady Pioneers split a double header with St. Andrews on Sunday, February 8th in Laurinburg, North Carolina. The Lady Pioneers fell in Game One: 7-3, but came back and took Game Two: 7-6