A daily look at the Bloomsburg University Athletic teams.

Sinking the Ship

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 7:13 AM

Here is the Huskies Update for Wednesday, Sept. 30th.

Ok...where did September go? Who can tell me how a month can fly by so fast. Hard to believe we are halfway the fall season.

FIELD HOCKEY
Well in the matchup of #1 versus #2....#2 prevailed as the Huskies beat Shippensburg 5-1. Bloomsburg scored just 27 seconds into the game on a goal by Maggey Bloskey, then added a second goal just 2 minutes later. Bloomsburg is now 10-1 on the year and plays at Kutztown on Saturday night at 7 p.m.

TODAY
The men's and women's soccer teams travel to West Chester today for a battle with the Golden Rams. Start time for the women is at 2 p.m., while the men play at 4 p.m.

COACHES VS. CANCER
Bloomsburg University men's soccer coach Paul Payne has announced the development of 'Red Card Cancer,' a program designed to bring awareness through the soccer coaching community in the fight against cancer.

'Red Card Cancer' will be an annual event to be held the first Saturday of October (Oct. 3 this year) and will feature the men's and women's soccer teams of the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference joining in the battle to fight cancer.

On the day of the game, teams will wear specially designed t-shirts during pregame warm-ups that will feature the "Red Card Cancer" logo. A collection will be taken up during the game for the American Cancer Society.

"Everyone has been touched in some way by cancer," said Payne. "Those of us in soccer community have lost some influential people the last few years. Joe Bochicchio, a long time coach of the women's program at the University of Scranton, and Charlotte Moran, who was the president of the Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer Association (EPYSA) and was one of the most active organizers for girls' and women's soccer in America, have been taken from us by this dreaded disease. It is time we help in the fight and finally hand a red card to cancer."

Payne hopes to grow this program into a national event in the next few years. "It would be so rewarding to see the first Saturday in October set aside for the 'Red Card Cancer' event," Payne continued. "The more money we raise the sooner that cancer could be given a permanent seat on the sidelines."

Any team wishing to purchase the official t-shirt for the event should go to Angelo's Soccer Corner web site at www.soccercorner.com . All the money raised from the sale of the t-shirts will go to the Red Card Cancer program.

Among the colleges and universities that will be participating in this program are Shippensburg University, West Chester, Slippery Rock, Mansfield, Susquehanna University, the University of Scranton, Clarion, Millersville and East Stroudsburg along with Abington Heights High School in Lackawanna County.

REMINDER
Vote for Danny Hale in the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year program.

Tuesday News

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 11:23 AM

Here is the Huskies Update for Tuesday, Sept. 29th

It's a cloudy, windy Tuesday here in Bloomsburg. Hope the weather is better where you are.

FIELD HOCKEY
There is a big field hockey game today at Bloomsburg as the Huskies, ranked second in D-II, host Shippensburg, the top-ranked team. Start time is 4 p.m. We'll be reporting on this match later on the web site so be sure to check it out.

FOOTBALL HIGHLIGHTS
We'll have some football highlights posted on the Huskies You Tube Channel in a bit. Go to this page to see action of the Huskies game with CW Post.

TENNIS
In tennis the Huskies duo of Fernando Perez and Ricky Dove won the ITA Atlantic Region Doubles title last night at Bloomsburg. Read more about their win by goinghere.

COACH OF THE YEAR
Danny Hale is back on the leader board in the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year balloting. Thanks to everyone who continues to vote for coach Hale. Check our Monday post for the link to the site where you can vote.

GO HUSKIES!!!!

Another good weekend

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 12:40 PM

Here is the Huskies Update for Monday, Sept. 28th.

Well...here it is a Monday. Time to recap another pretty good weekend for the Huskies.

FOOTBALL

The Huskies beat CW Post 28-14 on Saturday. Derrick Price rushed for 185 yards and three TD's and Anthony Smith made 19 tackles to lead the defense. Bloomsburg is now 5-0 and stays at number four in the country in the latest coaches poll. Bloomsburg plays Millersville at 5 p.m. this Saturday.

FIELD HOCKEY

Erin Hench scored twice to lead the Huskies past Millersville, 3-0. Bloomsburg is 9-1 and hosts Shippensburg tomorrow at 4 p.m. in a key matchup.

WOMEN'S SOCCER
The Huskies played to a 2-2 tie with Edinboro. The Huskies Kelly Modes scored both goals for BU which goes to 3-4-2 on the year.

MEN'S SOCCER

Bloomsburg lost at Cal 2-0 on Saturday. The Huskies are now 4-2-2 on the year.

TENNIS
The Huskies are taking part in the ITA Atlantic Regionals. The tournament has been delayed by rain off and on for the last two days. Hopefully we'll have some final results tomorrow.

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
For the third time in five weeks Anthony Smith was named the PSAC Defensive Player of the Week. Smith had 19 tackles against CW Post.

In women's soccer Kelly Modes was named the PSAC East Co-Player of the Week. We just posted a story about her award so check it out here.

COACH OF THE YEAR
Danny Hale has climbed back into fifth place for the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year award. Did you vote today? If not, come on. Danny needs your vote. Go to the Coach of the Year site to vote.

A COUPLE OF NOTES
The BU Athletic Hall of Fame Dinner is coming up this Friday...Some folks wondering why a 5 p.m. start in football. Well, the cross country teams are hosting a big high school invitational here on Saturday with about 900 runners expected. Parking would be tight for an early afternoon kickoff. Things will be cleared out by 3 p.m.

Getting Ready for a Busy Saturday

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 10:43 AM

Here is the Huskies Update for Friday, Sept. 25.

We are busy getting ready for a lot of action here at Bloomsburg University this weekend. Let's run down the list of events.

FOOTBALL
Back at home finally! The Huskies host CW Post with a noon kickoff. Let's welcome back the 4th-ranked Huskies with a huge crowd. It's Bloomsburg Fair Day. All fans get a $1 off coupon good for the Fair that day.

FIELD HOCKEY
The second ranked Huskies host Millersville at noon. Bloomsburg is 8-1 on the season.

WOMEN'S SOCCER
The Huskies host Edinboro on Saturday with a 2 p.m. start. Bloomsburg is 3-4-1 on the season.

MEN'S SOCCER
Bloomsburg hits the road tomorrow for a 2 p.m. game at California.

TENNIS
The men's and women's teams are hosting the ITA regionals. Start time on Saturday is 8 a.m.

NEW YOU TUBE VIDEOS
Two new videos are posted on You Tube. One video features men's soccer player Tyler Phillips, while the other features women's soccer players Eileen Alexander and Christine Preski.

TWO NEWSPAPER STORIES
Here are links to two newspapers stories. One is on the 2009 BU football team in the Wilkes-Barre Times Leader and the other mentions Jahri Evans in USA Today.

GO HUSKIES!!!

Thursday Rundown

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 10:15 AM

Here is the Huskies Update for Thursday, Sept. 24.

Sorry I had to miss a day yesterday. It was a crazy day of meetings in the world of sports information.

Here is a recap of what I missed from Wednesday.

FIELD HOCKEY
The Huskies beat East Stroudsburg, 2-1, at Sports Stadium. BU is now 8-1 overall and 2-1 in the PSAC East. Check out some of the highlights from the game by going here. The Huskies host Millersville on Saturday at noon.

MEN'S SOCCER
Bloomsburg beat East Stroudsburg 1-0 on a penalty kick by Eric Simonds in the 95th minute. BU is now 4-1-2 on the year. The Huskies visit California on Saturday at 2 p.m.

WOMEN'S SOCCER
Kelly Modes scored twice to lead Bloomsburg to a 2-1 win over East Stroudsburg on Tuesday. Bloomsburg is now 3-4-1 on the year and will host Edinboro at 2 p.m. on Saturday.

COMING UP
There is no action today or tomorrow for any Bloomsburg teams. On Saturday though we have a busy day of events.

Tennis starts the day at 8 a.m. with the men's and women's ITA Regional event. The tournament runs all day Saturday and Sunday with the championship matches on Monday.

The field hockey team hosts Millersville at noon in Sports Stadium, while the football team hosts CW Post on Saturday at noon. At 2 p.m. the women's soccer team is hosting Edinboro, while the men play at Cal.

Gates for football open at 10:30 a.m. All fans coming to the game get a coupon good for a $1 off admission to the Bloomsburg Fair on Saturday. Come see the Huskies then head on over to PA's largest fair, the Bloomsburg Fair!!

COACH OF THE YEAR REMINDER
Did you vote today in the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year program. Danny Hale is still in 6th place. Let's get him on the leaderboard! Go tothis web page to vote.

That's it for today. Remember, let's see a big crowd on Saturday on the upper campus. There are lots of things to choose from!!

GO HUSKIES!!!

It's East Stroudsburg Day Today

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 10:35 AM

Here is the Huskies Update for Tuesday, Sept. 22nd.

It's East Stroudsburg Day for the BU sports teams. The men's and women's soccer teams face ESU on the road today. The men start at 5 p.m. and the women at 7:30 p.m. The field hockey team also plays ESU today at Sports Stadium starting at 4 p.m. The Warriors lead the PSAC East right now, so the Huskies will be looking to get back on top in the division.

LATORRE FEATURED ON NCAA WEB SITE
Check out the feature on Dan Latorre on the NCAA.com web site.

COACH OF THE YEAR
Did you vote today in the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year poll? No, then what are you waiting for. Be sure to vote each and every day at this site. Danny Hale is currently in sixth place. Let's get behind him and put him in the top five!

FOOTBALL BACK HOME THIS WEEKEND
The football team returns home this weekend to face CW Post. Kickoff is at noon. It's Bloomsburg Fair Day at the game with all fans getting a coupon for a $1 off admission to the Fair that day. Of course, there is also a chance to sign up to win free tickets on Air Tran Airways courtesy of the Lehigh Valley International Airport. Gates open at 10:30 a.m.!

Thanks to all who voted in last week's poll. Check out our new poll.

GO HUSKIES!!!!

A new week ahead of us

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 10:19 AM

Here is the Huskies Update Daily Blog for Monday, Sept. 21.

It was another good weekend for the Huskies. Lots of wins, something that makes my job a lot easier!

FOOTBALL
The Huskies beat Kutztown on Saturday, 31-12. Derrick Price rushed for 105 yards and two scores as the Huskies won their 11th straight road game. Bloomsburg finally returns back to Redman Stadium this week to take on CW Post. Kickoff is at noon. All fans coming to the game will get a coupon good for a $1 admission to the Bloomsburg Fair that day. It's a perfect weekend...BU Football and the Bloomsburg Fair!

FIELD HOCKEY
The Huskies beat IUP 3-1 on Saturday. Maggey Bloskey put the Huskies ahead 2-1 with a goal just 38 seconds into the second half. Bloomsburg is now 7-1 on the year. The Huskies host PSAC East leading East Stroudsburg on Tuesday at 4 p.m.

CROSS COUNTRY
The cross country teams raced at Mansfield on Saturday and in the 10K race both teams took fourth. In the men's 6K race and the women's 4K race the men were fourth and the women third. In the 10k race, Angela Borealo was fourth for the women, while Bobby Furman was 12th in the men's race.

TENNIS

The BU tennis teams enjoyed a good weekend of play. The women picked up two wins to go to 3-0 on the year. Bloomsburg beat Mercyhurst 6-3 and Slippery Rock 5-4. The men's team beat Mercyhurst 6-3. Both teams host East Stroudsburg on Tuesday at 4 p.m.

WOMEN'S SOCCER
The Huskies lost to Kutztown, 2-1, on Saturday. Samantha Fox scored Bloomsburg's lone goal. The Huskies play at East Stroudsburg on Tuesday.

MEN'S SOCCER
Bloomsburg played an alumni game on Saturday. The team returns to action on Tuesday at East Stroudsburg.

LIBERTY MUTUAL COACH OF THE YEAR
Hey, Danny Hale has fallen out of the top 5 in voting in D-II in the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year poll. Here is what the voting looked like at 1:20 p.m. on Monday. Come on folks...we need to get Danny back in the top 5! Remember to vote each and every day (and get your friends and co-workers to do the same)

1 Bo Atterbery - Texas A&M-Kingsville 373
2 Lou Esposito - Saint Joseph's (Indiana) 249
3 Denny Douds - East Stroudsburg 161
4 Mel Tjeerdsma - Northwest Missouri State 157
5 Bob Nielson - University of Minnesota Duluth 151
6 Danny Hale - Bloomsburg 132
7 Bill Maskill - Midwestern State 95
8 Chuck Martin - Grand Valley State 85
9 Lou Tepper - Indiana (Pennsylvania) 65
10 David Dean - Valdosta State 49

SPONSORS

Don't forget when coming to town be sure and support the businesses that are Husky Proud. You can get a list of businesses that are corporate sponsors of BY by clicking here.

It's also the final day to vote in our weekly poll. Take part in it now.

GO HUSKIES!!!!

It's a Friday!

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 12:46 PM

Here is the Huskies Update for Friday, Sept. 18.

Well...we have made it to Friday. Now we have lots of weekend sports to keep us busy. I hope you get out and show your support for the Huskies at one of the events this weekend. There are plenty of options.

WOMEN'S SOCCER
The Huskies lost in overtime to Georgian Court on Thursday by a score of 1-0. The Huskies fall to 2-3-1 on the year. Bloomsburg hosts Kutztown on Saturday at 2 p.m.

TENNIS
From Wednesday, the men's and women's tennis teams beat Chestnut Hill by identical 9-0 scores. The Huskies host Mercyhurst on Saturday in both men's and women's play, while the women also host Slippery Rock on Sunday at 8:30 a.m.

TOMORROW
It is a busy day at Bloomsburg tomorrow. The day starts with the men's soccer alumni game at 11 a.m. (on the grass field). The field hockey team thenhosts IUP at noon, followed by the women's soccer game with Kutztown at 2 p.m. The tennis teams will have a match with Mercyhurst at 1p.m. On the road, the cross country teams travel to Mansfield tomorrow morning for an invitational, while the football team travels to Kutztown for a 6:05 p.m. start.

NEW VIDEO
We have a new video posted on our you Tube Channel showing some more of the renovations to the Nelson Field House. Check it out by going by going here.

ENJOY THE WEEKEND AND GO HUSKIES!!!!

Mid-Week Report

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 12:38 PM

Here is the Huskies Update for Wednesday, Sept. 16.

Well today is known as hump day since it is the middle of the week for most workers. We were sitting in the SID office today and figured out since we are in a 7-day work schedule this week that hump day doesn't come till tomorrow for us!

LAST NIGHT
The men's soccer team won its third game of the season with a 2-0 win over Shepherd University. Tyler Phillips scored both goals for the Huskies in the game and now has four for the season. Bloomsburg will play a game with its alumni on Saturday at 11 a.m.

TONIGHT
The men's and women's tennis teams will be hosting Chestnut Hill College at 6:30 p.m. This is the first dual meet of the season for the Huskies.

NEW VIDEOS POSTED
A couple of new videos are posted on the Huskies You Tube Channel. Check them out by going here.

VOTE FOR DANNY HALE
Vote for Danny Hale for the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year. We need your support to get Danny to the number spot in the rankings. Make sure you vote each and every day. Go to to cast your ballot.

FOOTBALL NOTES NOW POSTED ON-LINE
The Huskies weekly football notes are now posted on-line. Check them out by going here.

That's it for today! Go Huskies!!!

Tuesday News

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 10:09 AM

Here is the Huskies Update Daily Blog for Tuesday, Sept. 15.

There was no action yesterday for any Bloomsburg teams. The men's soccer team makes a trip to West Virginia today to take on Shepherd University. Game time is 4 p.m.

SWIMMING ALUMNI WEEKEND
Swim coach Stu Marvin is going to be holding an alumni weekend Oct.2-4. There is a long list of activities planned for the day. Check out the list by going to this page.

TV BROADCASTS
Last year the football team was featured on Sports Fever TV a few times during the season. I've a few phone calls and e-mails wondering if the Huskies would be on any games this season. Well, good news! The Huskies will be featured twice on Sports Fever TV this season. On Oct. 10 at East Stroudsburg and on Oct. 24 home with Shippensburg. As we get closer, we'll publish a list of the channels that will be carrying the games.

IT'S BAACK!
The Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year program is back. We've asked for your support in the past and we ask for it again. VOTE FOR DANNY HALE! Go to the Coach of the Year Web Site to cast your ballot. Gets your family, friends, co-workers...anyone and everyone...to vote Danny Hale. He doesn't have an economic stimulus plan and can't help solve health care, but we need Danny Hale to come out on top! VOTE EACH DAY!!!

ALUMNI PICNIC TO BE HELD
Join the BU Alumni office for a Pre-Game BBQ at Redman Stadium at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 26 before the Huskies take on C.W. Post. Kickoff is noon. Cost for adults is $10 and $5 for children 6-15. Children 5 and under - FREE!

* Event pricing does not include football game ticket. Tickets may be purchased at Redman Stadium: $10/adult; $5/student (12-18); children (11-under) FREE

Menu features hamburger BBQ, hot dogs, macaroni and cheese, potato chips, watermelon, assorted cookies and lemonade.

Huskies football fans who are not BU Alumni are welcome to sign up for this event by creating a guest login.


POLL CLOSED
Our poll from last week...which PSAC East football game are you looking forward to seeing...is now closed. The winner with 67 percent of the vote was West Chester. A new poll will be posted shortly so be sure to vote on it.

SUPPORT THE HUSKIES
In these tough economic times I know many families are struggling. But, if you are able, please keep the Huskies in mind. Your support of the Huskies Athletic Association is vital if BU is to remain a leader in the PSAC. We all enjoy bragging about the success the Huskies have had both now and in the past so consider joining the Huskies Athletic Association. Click here for the giving web site.

It's Monday!

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 8:35 AM

Here is the Huskies Update for Monday, Sept. 14.

Well, it's back to work (wait...I worked both days this past weekend) today. It was a pretty good weekend for the Huskies. Let's recap things.

FOOTBALL
The Huskies won their third straight game with a 17-7 win over Mercyhurst on Saturday. It was another big effort by the defense led by linebacker Anthony Smith who made 11 tackles and had an interception to set up a late first half score. Dan Latorre rushed for one score and threw for another to lead the offense. Bloomsburg plays at Kutztown on Saturday at 6:05 p.m.

FIELD HOCKEY
The Huskies won a pair of games over the weekend. Bloomsburg won 8-1 over Seton Hill on Saturday, then had a 6-0 win over Slippery Rock on Sunday. In Saturday's game Maggey Bloskey had two goals and three assists, while on Sunday Amanda Riley had two goals. Bloomsburg is now 6-1 on the year.

MEN'S SOCCER
The Huskies played a 1-1, 2OT tie with Tom Natter scoring the Huskies lone goal of the game. Bloomsburg is now 2-1-2 on the season and plays at Shepherd on Tuesday at 4 p.m.

WOMEN'S SOCCER
Bloomsburg dropped a 1-0 decision to Shippensburg on Saturday to fall to 2-2-1 on the season. The Huskies host Georgian Court at 6 p.m.

TENNIS
The BU men's and women's tennis teams opened their 2009-10 season with the BU Invitational. The results of the tournament are available on the Huskies web site.

PSAC EAST PLAYER OF THE WEEK
For the second time in three weeks, Anthony Smith has been named the PSAC East Defensive Player of Week. Smith leads the Huskies in tackles this season with 30, 14 of which are solo stops.

There is no action tonight for any Bloomsburg teams.

GO HUSKIES!

Heading Into a Thursday

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 6:00 AM

Good morning. Here is the Huskies Update for Thursday, Sept. 10.

It's a rare day when I have time to write the update in the morning. I wish I had more mornings like this!

LAST NIGHT-MEN'S SOCCER
The men's soccer team played to a 1-1, 2OT tie with St. Thomas Aquinas at Sports Stadium. Tyler Phillips scored the lone goal for the Huskies in this one. Bloomsburg is now 2-1-1 on the year and plays at Shippensburg on Saturday at 5 p.m.

YESTERDAY-FIELD HOCKEY
The field hockey team returned to its winning ways with a 6-1 win at CW Post yesterday. Breanne Tobin and Amanda Riley each scored twice for the Huskies in this one. Bloomsburg is now 4-1 on the year and 1-1 in the PSAC East. Bloomsburg plays at Seton Hill on Saturday at 4 p.m. and at Slippery Rock on Sunday at 1 p.m.

TUESDAY NIGHT
The women's team played a 0-0, 2OT tie with Mansfield at Sports Stadium. Bloomsburg is now 2-1-1 on the year as well. Bloomsburg plays at Shippensburg on Saturday at 7:30 p.m.

TONIGHT
A night off the sports information crew as no teams are playing.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR
The football team returns home to Redman Stadium on Sept. 26 to face CW Post at Noon. It is Bloomsburg Fair Day and all fans get a $1 off coupon to the Fair good good for that day. Make plans to welcome back the Huskies.

VOTE IN OUR WEEKLY POLL
The weekly poll is back. Be sure to vote on this week's question.

PHOTOS
Have a photo of you supporting the Huskies at your home or at a game? Send it to me to include in our daily update. Be HUSKIES PROUD!

Wrap Up from the Weekend

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 7:01 AM

Good afternoon. Here is the Huskies Update for Tuesday, Sept. 8

Well it's back to work after a long labor day weekend. I hope everyone enjoyed the last gasp of summer. Fall is now here in my book!

LAST NIGHT
The field hockey team dropped their first game of the season on Monday night by a 2-1 score to Kutztown. Breanne Tobin scored the Huskies lone goal in the game. BU had a chance to tie the game in the closing moments of the contest, but could not get the equalizer. Bloomsburg, now 3-1, will play at CW Post on Wednesday at 4 p.m.

FOOTBALL
The football team had a big win over California (PA) on Saturday night by a 17-10 score. QB Dan Latorre hit Cory Stiger with the gamewinning score with 22 seconds left to play. Cal did have one final chance and drove to the BU 36-yard line, but the final desperation pass fell short and the Huskies hung on for the win.

Bloomsburg moved up to fifth in the latest American Football Coaches Association D-II poll. We'll be posting a story about the rankings later today.

MEN'S SOCCER
The men's soccer team lost to #3 ranked Millersville by a score of 2-0. The loss was the first of the year for the Huskies. Bloomsburg plays home with St. Thomas Aquinas tomorrow night at 7:30 p.m.

WOMEN'S SOCCER
The women's soccet team beat Millersville 3-1 on Saturday. Bloomsburg is now 2-1 and will host Mansfield on Tuesday night at 7 p.m.

CROSS COUNTRY
The Huskies men's and women's teams opened their season hosting Susquehanna on Saturday. The men won 27-28, while the women were victorious 23-26. Angela Borealo took first for the women. Bloomsburg will be at Mountaineer Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 19.

HALL OF FAME
The BU Athletic Hall of Fame dinner is coming up on Oct. 2nd. To read more about this year's class go to for the story. If you'd like to buy a ticket to the dinner, please call me at 570-389-4413 or email me at tmcguire@bloomu.edu.

Be sure to follow us on Twitter, become a fan on Facebook, or watch our You Tube channel. Remember it all starts at our web site.

GO HUSKIES!!!

It's Been a Good Week

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 8:29 AM

Here is the Huskies Update for Friday, Sept. 4.

FIELD HOCKEY
The Huskies rolled past Seton Hill University 10-0 on Thursday. Erin Hench, Breanne Tobin and Amanda Riley each scored three times for the Huskies. Bloomsburg's defense was outstanding and did permit a shot on goal in the game. Bloomsburg is now 3-0 on the year and will play on Monday at 6 p.m. against Kutztown at Sports Stadium.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT
The soccer teams had a big evening against West Chester. The women won 1-0 and the men posted a 3-0 win. Katie Walczuk scored the women's only goal, while Marcus Valeriano scored once and added one assist in the men's victory. The women's team is now 1-1, while the men are 2-0. Both teams are in action tomorrow night at Millersville with the women starting at 5 p.m. and the men at 7:30 p.m.

THIS WEEKEND
Along with the soccer teams playing tomorrow night, the men's and women's cross country teams open the 2009 season hosting Susquehanna University. The men start at 10 a.m. and the women at 11 a.m.

The football team plays another big game. This time the Huskies, ranked sixth, face California, also ranked in the top 20, at 7 p.m. at Cal. The game can be seen on Fox Sports Pittsburgh. Check your local listings for the channel number in your area. Of course you can always listen to the game on WHLM radio (locally on AM930) or listen via the internet at WHLM's site.

GO HUSKIES!!!

A gorgeous Tuesday

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 7:10 AM

Here is the Huskies Update for Tuesday, Sept. 1st

It is a beautiful day in Bloomsburg. The sun is shining and there is just a hint of coolness in the air.

FOOTBALL
I promised you yesterday a video of Anthony Smith talking about being named the PSAC East Defensive Player of the Week. My assistant Ryan had a chance to speak with Anthony yesterday. Here is a link to the You Tube video.

RED CARD CANCER
Men's soccer coach Paul Payne has announced the creation of a program to raise awareness of the deadly nature of cancer with the 'Red Card' Cancer program. Read more about this important event by going to our web site.

MOVING UP IN THE RANKINGS
The football team moved up to number six nationally in both the American Football Coaches and the d2football.com polls. We'll have a story posted on-line later today.

FACEBOOK
Are you a Facebook person? If so, be sure to check our Facebook fan page through the link on the front page of our sports section.

GO HUSKIES!!!!

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