West Chester Golden Rams
West Chester senior running back Rondell White has been named one of nine finalists for the Harlon Hill Award, which is the Division II’s version of the Heisman Trophy.
Outfielder Ben Francisco was sent north of the border, and in exchange the Phillies have acquired minor league lefthander Frank Gailey.
It’s the fourth NCAA team title (for any sport) in West Chester athletics history.
After hammering Millersville on the road last week, 49-13, West Chester University (5-5) will wrap up the season on Saturday as they host Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
After getting shut out last week by Kutztown, 24-0, Bill Zwaan’s Golden Rams will play their final road game of the 2011 season on Saturday.
The Golden Rams blew a 35-0 lead to lose to Bloomsburg, 55-42. West Chester head coach Bill Zwaan says it is critical they don’t let the loss linger.
The Golden Rams held off a gutty Cheyney University squad last weekend, 23-7, but the competition gets much stiffer Saturday as the Huskies bring a 7-0 record to town.
Leo is just six field goals short of the school career record in his 1½ years on campus.
It will be a neighborhood battle on Saturday as Cheyney hosts West Chester University in a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference match-up.
With two straight wins under their belt, the West Chester Golden Rams under Bill Zwaan will take to the road on Saturday to visit CW Post.
The West Chester Golden Rams will look to even their record at 2-2 as they host 1-2 East Stroudsburg in a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference match-up, Saturday.
The Golden Rams (0-2) opened the season with a heartbreaking loss at New Haven, followed by another loss at Delaware.
West Chester lost an season-opening heartbreaker, falling in overtime on the road to New Haven, 35-32.
For the Jets, one of their tough decisions is for a final wide receiver spot, and a local college star is working hard to be the beneficiary of that decision.
Their 4-7 record in 2010 represented the first time the Golden Rams finished under .500 since 2002. It was also the first losing season in Bill Zwaan’s 14 years as a collegiate head coach.