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August 31, 2003 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Jim Terwilliger threw four touchdown passes to lead East Stroudsburg to a 58-0 victory over Lenoir-Rhyne yesterday in East Stroudsburg, Pa. Terwilliger passed for three scores in the first quarter of the opener for both teams as East Stroudsburg jumped to a 30-0 lead. He finished 14 for 18 for 251 yards. Anthony Carfagno caught two TD passes and Derek Lucas and John Jeffries snared one apiece. Jeffries and Lucas also scored on punt returns. Jeffries returned a kick 62 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter and Lucas sprinted 52 yards for a score late in the first half.
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April 24, 2000 | By Beth Huffman, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Erika Lee and Tina Morak have been together a long time, and now the Abington High graduates are leading the East Stroudsburg softball team as freshmen. Lee, a catcher, and Morak, a pitcher, have played softball together since they were grade schoolers in a community league. "I think they've been together eight or nine years, and they know what the other wants before one calls the pitch," Warriors coach Janelle Breneman said. "They know how to work together. They know each other's strengths and weaknesses.
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March 11, 1990 | From Inquirer Wire Services
Ed Urie and Jonathan Roberts scored 25 points each, and East Stroudsburg outscored Millersville by 16-10 in the second overtime to win the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference tournament, 108-102, last night in Slippery Rock, Pa. Roberts also had 13 rebounds for the Warriors (20-12), who won the conference title for the first time and earned an automatic berth in the NCAA Division II tournament. East Stroudsburg reached the final by beating Western Division regular- season champion Slippery Rock, the second-ranked team in Division II, by 103-102 in overtime on Friday.
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October 2, 2014 | The Inquirer Staff
Sophomore Brielyn Hackett scored the winning goal with 2 minutes, 18 seconds remaining in the second overtime, lifting No. 16-ranked East Stroudsburg to a 2-1 upset at No. 6 West Chester on Tuesday in women's soccer. The win moved the Warriors into a tie for first place in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference standings. East Stroudsburg (7-1, 7-1 PSAC) set a school record with its seventh consecutive conference victory, rallying from a 1-0 halftime deficit as senior Courtney Keller scored her team-leading fourth goal of the season in the 79th minute before Hackett delivered the game-winner.
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August 28, 2014 | BY JOHN McGONIGAL, Daily News Staff Writer mcgonig@phillynews.com
STATE COLLEGE - At East Stroudsburg - like anywhere in Pennsylvania - James Franklin and his infectious smile, confident tone and ceaseless energy radiate for miles. Since succeeding Bill O'Brien at Penn State on Jan. 11, the 42-year-old has owned rooms and shaken countless hands. But visiting his alma mater is different. "He can close his eyes and imagine the early '90s and being a student here," East Stroudsburg offensive line coach Mike Santella said. "That was a very comfortable time in his life.
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February 4, 1999 | By Don Beideman, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
A couple of standout performances, one in the water, the other on the basketball court, have earned two area athletes, Donna Gebhard and Ro Trachtman, special honors at East Stroudsburg. Gebhard, a graduate of Owen J. Roberts, was named the university's female athlete of the week for the week ending Jan. 24 after she won the 50-yard freestyle event against three opponents that week and anchored a winning 200-yard medley relay team that posted the school's best time for the event in 20 years.
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March 17, 2000 | By Don Beideman, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Four area athletes are members of two spring sports teams at East Stroudsburg. 'Nifer Shaw and Michelle Salerno, are veterans on a freshman-dominated softball team that is hoping to improve on last year's 5-31 record. Shaw, a sophomore from Downingtown, is expected to be the Warriors' starting first baseman. She hit .278 in 1999. Salerno, the team's starting catcher last season as a freshman, has a shoulder injury and could become the team's designated hitter. She graduated from Marple Newtown.
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March 14, 1994 | By Don Beideman, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Three years ago, when Gaye Chapman was a freshman at East Stroudsburg, the women's basketball team went 8-19. This season, the Lady Warriors finished 21-8 after losing, 78-51, to Pace in Saturday's NCAA Division II regional tournament at Pace. Chapman, a graduate of Bishop Shanahan who scored 24 points in the loss to Pace, gets a lot of the credit for that change. "She's the main reason for the turnaround in the program," said Warriors coach Rose Haller. Haller's club won the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference East Division crown with an 11-1 record before bowing to California, a team that ESU beat in the regular season, in the conference semifinals.
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November 19, 1999 | By Beth Huffman, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Jason Land helped lead the East Stroudsburg men's soccer team to the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference title and a berth in the NCAA Division II tournament this season. Land, a sophomore goalie from St. James High, had a 0.62 goals-against average, allowing just six goals in 12 games. "Jason is very consistent," said Warriors coach Jerry Sheska. "He's an extremely hard-working goalie, probably the hardest-working goalie I've ever had. " East Stroudsburg won its third consecutive PSAC championship and its seventh in eight years with a 3-0 victory Nov. 7 over Lock Haven.
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September 14, 2016 | By Susan Snyder, Staff Writer
An overwhelming majority of faculty in Pennsylvania's state university system voted to authorize their faculty union to call a strike when leadership deems one necessary, the union said Monday. Faculty at the 14 universities in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education cast their votes last week, with 82 percent of eligible faculty voting. Of those, 93 percent voted to give the leadership of the Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties the authority to call a strike, the union said.
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August 27, 2016 | By Susan Snyder, Staff Writer
Faculty in the 14-university Pennsylvania state system will vote next month on whether to authorize a strike, their union announced Thursday. Faculty will vote on the 14 campuses from Sept. 7 to 9, the union said. Members of the coaches bargaining unit will vote a week later. The union and administration remain at odds over health care, salary increases, and other issues after nearly two years of negotiations. The previous pact expired June 30, 2015. Classes are scheduled to begin Monday, and the administration sent a message to the system's 105,000 students this week assuring them that will happen.
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April 2, 2016 | By Phil Anastasia, Staff Writer
Inning after inning, game after game, season after season, Joey Paolini always could look to his left and see the same thing. Inning after inning, game after game, season after season, James Papeika always could look to his right and see the same thing. Other teammates have changed. Opponents have changed. Sites have changed. Situations have changed. For Paolini, senior shortstop for the Holy Cross baseball team, one thing has remained the same: He always could look across the diamond and see Papeika at second base.
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March 6, 2016 | By Matt Cassidy, Staff Writer
Math, Civics, and Sciences spread the scoring around among nine players in a 79-47 romp over Notre Dame-East Stroudsburg at Pleasant Valley on Friday night. Malik Archer scored a game-high 19 points while Edward Croswell - the only other player for the Mighty Elephants to record double-digit points - added 12. Math, Civics, and Sciences advances to the second round, and on Tuesday will face Old Forge, which downed Cowanesque, 63-50. Elsewhere in PIAA Class A first-round action: Noah Baldez and Phi-Mont Christian pulled away in the fourth quarter to defeat Paul Robeson, 75-63, at Colonial Elementary.
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February 5, 2016 | By Aaron Carter, Staff Writer
Simon Gratz senior Charly Timite certainly made the most of his brief yet successful high school football career. His junior year was the 6-foot-4, 270-pound lineman's initial foray into the sport. As a senior last season, Timite helped the Bulldogs win the Class 4A Public League championship. During a signing-day ceremony Wednesday at Gratz, the good times continued as Timite penned his national letter of intent, committing to UMass. "I just feel like I'm blessed, but I have way more ahead of me," said Timite, who was recruited to play on the defensive line.
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May 7, 2015 | By Aaron Carter, Inquirer Staff Writer
Zach Hare was about 8 years old when he stumbled across what would become his ticket to collegiate athletics. After Spring-Ford dominated Methacton, 12-4, Tuesday in a Pioneer Athletic Conference semifinal at Owen J. Roberts, the senior midfielder recounted the day he found buried treasure. "I actually found a lacrosse stick in my garage one day," said Hare, who scored two goals and added an assist. "I asked my dad what it was, and he said it was his stick from college. And it kind of all took off from there.
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March 30, 2015 | By Rick O, Inquirer Columnist
Roman Catholic made two huge breakthroughs this season. The Cahillites beat Neumann-Goretti to claim the program's first Catholic League championship since 2007 and 29th overall. Their 64-59 win at the Palestra also denied the Saints a record seventh straight league title. Then, in reversing what had been a mostly frustrating experience in six PIAA state playoff appearances, Chris McNesby's squad won five consecutive contests to earn the program's first Class AAAA state crown. In an all-District 12 final at Hershey's Giant Center, Roman closed with a 62-45 win over Martin Luther King.
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February 16, 2015 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Jahlil Okafor had 23 points and 13 rebounds for his ninth double-double of the season, outplaying Syracuse big man Rakeem Christmas as No. 4 Duke beat the Orange, 80-72, on Saturday night in Syracuse, N.Y. Duke (22-3, 9-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) won its fifth straight and withstood a standout performance from ex-Blue Devil Michael Gbinije, who scored a career-high 27 points for Syracuse. Syracuse (16-9, 7-5) had exhibited plenty of grit in the two games since a postseason ban was announced as the school awaits the results of an NCAA investigation into the athletic department.
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February 12, 2015 | By Kate Harman, For The Inquirer
For eight years a member of the Powell family has worn No. 22 for the West Chester Rustin girls' basketball team. First it was Mariah. Then her younger sister Noelle followed. It was only fitting that Noelle would keep the number in the family. It was Mariah who first got Noelle into basketball. The older Powell persuaded her younger sister to play the way only siblings can - by simply asking her to try. Noelle, who is 4 years younger than Mariah, tried it and has loved the game ever since.
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