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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 3 September 1999
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Cross country teams look to take over reigns of AMCC [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 3 September 1999
Cross country teams look to take over reigns of AMCC b> Jason Snyder editor-in-chief The Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference may have a challenge from the Behrend men's and women's cross country teams this season. The men and women come off a second place finish in last year's championships behind Froslburg State under the direction of then first year head coach Rich Hoffman. This season. Holfman returns as head coach and will be assisted by Ray Shrout. Shrout comes to Behrend from Slippery Rock. The women have two returning runners this season including Tina Rubay and Keri Lowman. This year's rosier also consists of senior Kristinc Di.Mar/o and several freshmen. Both Lions' teams will open their respective seasons at Buffalo State on September 4 followed by the Penn State Behrend Invitational on September 18. The Lions will also compete in the Alfred, Frostburg, Dickinson, Pitt-Bradford, and Gettysburg Invitationals before racing for AMCC supremacy at the champion...
Lady Spikers look to improve on rough '98 season [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 3 September 1999
Lady Spikers look to improve on rough '98 season by Craig Ha/elwood assistant sports editor The Penn State women's volleyball team stalls its season Friday, September 3rd and September 4th with the Cortland State Tournament. The Lions feel they have a lot to prove this season after a tough Fall last year. Third year coach Cindy Jacobelli stated. "They worked hard in the offseason, and look to be ready for a very successful '99 season." Senior Tanya Deals and junior Mary Good return from last year to lead this young team. Sophomores returning are Allison Millet, Jessica Long, Sarah Peterson, Brianne Englebert and juniors Sarah Fry and Jamila Ortman. The freshmen are headed by Karen Walters, who is expected to take over the setter's position this season. Other freshmen joining the team are Vanessa Kruse, Stephanie Phillips, Karrie Crooks and Rose Boni.
1999 Fall Sports Preview [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 3 September 1999
1999 Fall Sports Preview Behrend Lady Lions look to three-peat as conference champs by Matt Wiertel sports editor The Penn State Behrend women's soccer team is looking to three-peat as AMCC Champions. Under head coach Dan Perritano the program has compiled an impressive record of 50-18-6 over the last four seasons. "We have a very competitive crew," said coach Perritano. "This is a hard working group. They have a positive outlook on the season." Returning players to watch out for include senior Jill Yamma, junior Katie Giles, and Laura Furko. Each earned All-AMCC honors with Furko being named co-MVP of the conference in 1998. Also returning is the '98 co-Newcomer of the Year in the AMCC recipient Michelle Malatesta. Adding strength to this year's squad are returning players Lauren Arrigo, Jill Barbisch, Bethany Cummings, Kristin Gansberger, Diane Holtsford, Terry Lampman, Amy LaRocea, Kelly Maze, and Shannon Wroblewski. The overall experience and talent of the upperclassmen ...
Lions outlook positive; despite early loss to Fredonia State [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 3 September 1999
Lions outlook positive; despite early loss to Fredonia State The men's soccer team talks strategy in preparation for this weekend's Herb Lauffer Memorial Soccer Tournament. photo by Jeffrey Miller by Matt Wiertel spoils editor The Behrend Lions men's soccer team is looking to build on their past success. Coming off a 13-9 record from last \ear and an Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference title in 1997. the Lions are prepared fox another productive season. "We have a very promising outlook, said seventh year head coach Dan Perritano. "This is a good veteran group with an outstanding work ethic. This could be one of the mosi veteran teams in Behrend history." continued Perritano. Leading the charge for the Lions this fall are co-captains Chris Kennelly and Tom Seig. Kennedy is at the forward spot while Seig anchors the Lions defense from goal. In addition to Kennelly, other forwards are senior Thomas Pfleger, Chris Lightner, and Dave Kowalczyk. Leading the charge from m...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 3 September 1999
Penn State Behrend Herb Lauffer Memorial Soccer Tournament' 99 Women's Schedule: Men's Schedule: Friday, September 3rd Saturday, September 4th Penn State Behrend vs. Hiram 2:00 p.m. Misericordia vs. Penn State Behind 3:00 p.m. Wilkes vs. RIT 4:00 p.m. Hiram vs. Alfred 5:00 p.m. Saturday, September 4th Sunday, September 5th Consolation Game 11:00 a.m. Alfred vs. Misericordia " 11:00 p.m. Championship Game 1:00 p.m. Hiram vs. Penn State 1:00 p.m.
?%&m t£e A Mule O^Uc [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 3 September 1999
?%&m t£e A Mule O^Uc YOU ARE A WINNER!!!...MAYBE... Do you want to WIN CASH this semester? Well, your name along with the entire Behrend student body has already been entered into a random cash drawing. The drawing will be held at every fall home athletic contest (men and women's soccer, volleyball, tennis, and cross country). The cash pot will never go under $25. Even though your name has already been entered into the drawing you can increase your chances of winning at each athletic event. During the first half of every home game, students will be able to enter their name in the drawing again by signing up at the Random Cash Drawing station located by the PEPSI BIN. The drawing station will only take entries before halftime. The actual Cash Drawing will take place during the second half. The time of the drawing is not set, it will vary. You must be PRESENT to win the cash. If the winner is not present at the time of the drawing the cash will roll over into the next at...
Teams battle courts for right to pray [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 3 September 1999
Teams battle courts for right to pray Dony t Get Me Started For many athletes, part of their pregame ritual includes a prayer asking their creator, whomever it might be, for protection during the game. Sometimes prayers are led by coaches or students inside the locker room or before the national anthem. But according to a recent ruling by the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, pregame prayers are illegal. In Texas, where high school football is extremely popular, pregame prayers have become an integral part of the game. For years, students have led the fans and teams in prayer before the game begins. In Santa Fe, Texas, any student who leads a prayer Wiertel is sports editor for the Beacon. His column appears every three weeks. IkJ at this Friday's game will be "disciplined as if they had cursed" says superintendent Richard Ownby. Under pressure from the superintendent, Stephanie Vega, who normally leads the students in prayer, has changed her mind. Vega says that, ...
New rules in college football: so long, do-rags [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 3 September 1999
New rules in college football: so long, do-rags by Curt Sylvester Knight-Ridder Newspapers Last year, the NCAA went after socks. The fashion cops wanted them visible - and matching for teammates. They made it a rule. This year, the fashion rules-makers addressed another delicate issue - bandannas. They're out in college football - at least if they are visible. So long, do-rags. "The theory of the coaches was that sometimes bandannas denote gang membership," said John Adams, NCAA football rules committee secretary and rules editor. "When you have a visible bandanna on the field of play, it's a penalty. The penalty is a charged time-out. If a kid has a bandanna on and it's covered by the helmet, it's OK." Adams has heard complaints that the rule is directed at black players, "but it's not," he said. "Coaches just thought it wasn't part of the game. It doesn't have anything to do with anything racial." Two rules changes affect penalty yardage: - Holding behind the line of scr...
Under a 7-year review, replay is back [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 3 September 1999
Under a 7-year review, replay is back iy Curt Sylvester tCnight-Ridder Newspapers After a seven-year absence, instant eplay is back in the NFL. The new system - which is in effect for one season - allows coaches to challenge jfficials' calls. The final decision will ne made by officials on the field rather :han in the press box. Each team gels :wo challenges a game. If the challenge isn't upheld, the team will be :harged with a time-out. During the ast two minutes of each half, chalenges will be taken out of the hands if the coaches. During that time a re play official in the press box will decide if a play should be reviewed. All replay reviews will be conducted by the referee on a sideline monitor after consultation with the official who made the initial call. Only if the replay shows indisputable visual evidence will a play be reversed. Reviewable plays are those governed by the sideline, goal line, end zone and end line. That includes scoring plays, passes, out-of-bounds...
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¦ ixii^&m OJJNIDTZJUF ¦ ¦ p ____^__________ <if#H>f - Intramurals FALL 1999 Men's and Women's Singles & Coed Doubles Registration Deadline: September 3 Play starts September 9 Men's and Women's Medal Men's, Women's and Coed Team Golf Registration Deadline: September 10 Play starts September 18 Teams consist of 4 persons Men's, Women's and Coed Slow Pitch Softball Registration Deadline: September 3 League play begins September 8 Men's, Women's and Coed Sand Volleyball Registration Deadline: September 3 Teams consist of 4 players Recreation Fantasy Football Registration Deadline: September 8 Starts once you register Lasts duration of football season Chess Tournament I Registration Deadline: September 17 ( Tournament played via internet I Schedule of tournament available on September 22 ' Backgammon Tournament Registration Deadline: September 17 Tournament played via internet Schedule of tournament available on September 22 Aerobics Tae-robics Comb...
P s u [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 3 September 1999
P s u 1999 PENN STATE SCHEDULE Aug. 28 ARIZONA (1) Sept. 4 AKRON Sept 11 PITTSBURGH Sept 18 at Miami (Fta.) Sept 25 INDIANA at Oct 9 at lowa Oct 16 OHM ST ATI Oct 23 at Purdue Oct 30 at Illinois Nov. 6 MINNESOTA (3) NOV 13 MICHIGAN Nov. 20 at Michigan state (V Ptgsktn ai&e, at AJWri/vmrty Day; B) Homecoming PENN STATE TtCKIT OFFKt Bryce Jordan Center University Park. Pa 16802-7105 Telephone 814-863-1000 800-835-5533
Behrend slows down expansion [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 10 September 1999
Behrend slows down expansion Improvement is main priority for near future by Jason Snyder and Raechel Kiska editor-in-chief and staff writer The expansion at Penn State Behrend over the past few years has been increasing drastically through the growth in the enrollment and facilities on campus. Behrend has many plans on continuing the expansion in the future, but realizes that the campus cannot grow anymore right now. "We have an exciting future. It's a challenge, but we're headed in the right direction." said Provost and Dean Dr. John Li I ley. "We, in the very near term, cannot grow anymore. We grew really to our capacity right now." said Dr. Jack Burke, Senior Associate Provost and Senior Associate Dean. "The main thing I want to do, is get better." he added. In the area of improvement, Behrend is in the process of focusing on the computers on campus and their availability to students. Improvements on the computers have already taken place with the lab in the downstairs...
Career Development Center has many resources for students [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 10 September 1999
Career Development Center has many resources for students photo by Jeffrey Miller Mary Beth Peterson, Director of the Career Development Center by Karen McKim staff writer The Career Development Center at Behrend holds many resources for its students and alumni. Some of these resources include career fairs, classes, and individual counseling. Many people may not be aware of the opportunities offered at the center. The following activities have been organized by the Career Development Center. The Second Annual Behrend Business, Humanities and Science Career Fair will be held on October 5 from 12:00 noon until 5:00 p.m. in the Reed Commons. Mary Beth Peterson, director of the Career Development Center, promises that the career fair will, "bring information regarding the many employment opportunities in the world of business, social service, and science," to students. The fair is also designed to make organizations familiar with students and the oppor tunities available at ...