A daily look at the Bloomsburg University Athletic teams.

It's Raining Again

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 12:25 PM

Here is the Huskies Update for Friday, Oct. 23.

It's raining again in Bloomsburg with more scheduled for tomorrow. That's two weeks in a row we will have had bad weather for a home football game.

The Huskies game with Shippensburg is set for 2:35 p.m.. A few people have been wondering today if the game could be moved. That rarely happens at the collegiate level and with it being Parent's Weekend there are a lot of things that can't be moved. Bring a poncho and be ready to get a little wet! If you can't make it to the game view the live stats at this page.

The men's and women's soccer teams will be in action tomorrow hosting Shippensburg. The women start at 1 p.m. and the men at 3 p.m. The men can clinch a playoff berth with a win, while the women can inch a bit closer to a playoff berth (I was a bit premature on giving them a playoff spot in yesterday's post.)

The Huskies are taking on Millersville today at 3:30 p.m. The Huskies have wrapped up the top seed in the PSAC East for next week's PSAC playoffs. Bloomsburg will play at Mercyhurst on Sunday at 11 a.m.

Bloomsburg will swim at Albright College tomorrow starting at 1 p.m. Results will be available on the Huskies web site tomorrow night.

I hope you are voting for Danny Hale each day in the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year program. Go to the voting page to cast your ballot for Danny Hale!

Stay dry and GO HUSKIES!

Thursday News

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 12:10 PM

Here is the Huskies Update for Thursday, Oct. 22.

I did a blog on Wednesday and forgot to send out my daily notice. Sorry about that! Check out today's news.

The Huskies beat Chestnut Hill College 3-0 on Wednesday night on the road. The Huskies are 5-7-3 on the year. Bloomsburg is back in action on Saturday hosting Shippensburg at 1 p.m. A win by the Huskies will clinch the fourth and final spot in the upcoming PSAC playoffs.


The Huskies can clinch the second and final spot in the PSAC playoffs with a win over Shippensburg on Saturday. Start time is set for 3:30 p.m.

Bloomsburg will face Shippensburg on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. in the annual Parent's Day game. The Huskies can clinch the PSAC East title with a win over the Red Raiders.
The game can be seen on Sports Fever TV. Check out the article on our web site.

Watch some highlights of the Huskies win over Cheyney on our You Tube Channel. Go to to this site

The cross country has scheduled a match with Bucknell and Susquehanna on Saturday. We'll post the results on the web site as soon as they are available.

The swimmers are back in the pool on Saturday traveling to Albright College for a 1 p.m. meet.

Wednesday Blog

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 1:03 PM

Here is the Huskies Update for Wednesday, Oct. 21.

Sorry I missed updates the last few days. It has been very busy here in the office and I just had very little time to sit down and write anything.

The men's soccer team won their 8th game of the season with a 3-0 win over Chestnut Hill College. Tyler Phillips with two goals for the Huskies in that one.

The women's soccer team travels to Chestnut Hill today for a 7 p.m. game against the Griffins. Results tonight on our web site.

The Huskies are ranked number one in this week's Super Regional One poll and are number three in the coaches poll. On Saturday the Huskies take on a Shippensburg in a key PSAC East showdown. Start time is set for 2:30 p.m. The game can be seen on Sports Fever TV. Check your local listings for the station in your area carrying the game.

The Huskies stayed at number in the national D-II field hockey coaches poll. The Huskies 16-1 will play at Millersville on Friday and at Mercyhurst on Sunday to end the regular season.

The men's basketball team named Ruben Britt, Jesse Betar and Greg Elliott as its captains for the 2009-10 season. Read more about the guys on the web site.

A new video was posted to the Huskies you Tube Channel. It is with Angela Borealo of the cross country team talking about her win at the Lafayette Invitational last Saturday. View the video atthis page.

It's Cold Outside!

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 12:49 PM

Here is the Huskies Update for Friday, Oct. 16

Oh my...it sure feels like December out there the last few days and not the middle of October. Get out the long underway for the game tomorrow!

If you haven't seen or heard yet, Jan Hutchinson is going to step down from coaching following the 2010 softball season. Jan made her announcement on Wednesday night. You can read more about here stepping down by going to our web site.

The Huskies are today at East Stroudsburg. Check out the web site later for the score. Or if you can't be near a computer, call the Husky Hotline at 570-389-2828.

It's homecoming at Bloomsburg tomorrow and the men's soccer team will get the action going with a game against Slippery Rock. Start time is 1 p.m. Coach Paul Payne's team is 7-4-2 on the season.

The football team will take to the field at 3:30 p.m. against Cheyney. We'll be running live stats from the game. You can access them by going here. There will be lots of giveaways from MC Federal Credit Union so be sure to stop by their table to sign up to win some great prizes.

The women's soccer plays at Mansfield tomorrow at 1:30 p.m. and the cross country teams visit Lafayette for the Leopard Invitational.

The Huskies tennis duo of Fernando Perez and Ricky Dove are playing at the ITA Small College National Championships. The pair won their opening round match yesterday to reach the semi-finals.

Congrats to Matt Moley for being invited to the NWCA All-Star Classic in California on Nov. 22nd. Moley is one of 20 wrestlers from D-I invited to participate in the event. Read more about his honor by going here.


Middle of the Week

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 10:59 AM

Here is the Huskies Update for Wednesday, Oct. 14.

It's Wednesday and fall is really in the air the last few days. Glad you are staying warm reading about the Huskies sitting at your computer.

The men's soccer team is the lone squad playing today. Bloomsburg will be at Goldey-Beacom College starting at 3:30 p.m.

Join fellow BU alumni at Kildare's for a pre-game Trick-or-Treat Party on Saturday, Oct. 31, before the Huskies football team takes on West Chester! Treats provided by the BU Alumni Association. Bring a friend! Kids welcome.

Party from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., includes hearty appetizers. $10 per adult with game ticket; $5 for child/student ages 6-18 for appetizers and game ticket.

Pre-game trick-or-treat party only (no game ticket) is $7 per adult and $3 per child/student ages 6-18.

Note: This is a great deal! Game ticket alone at the gate costs $8 per person ($5 for child/student).

Bloomsburg vs. West Chester, kickoff is 1 p.m. at Farrell Stadium.

Kildare's Pub is located at 18 West Gay Street, West Chester, Pa.

Questions? Please contact Alumni Affairs at 1-800-526-0254

See a story about the Red Card Cancer program initiated by BU men's soccer coach Paul Payne.


Check out the video featuring the last two PSAC Field Hockey Players of the Week.
Click here.


Tuesday's News

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 6:37 AM

Here is the Huskies Update For Tuesday, Oct. 13.

The Huskies stayed atop the Super One Regional poll that was released late yesterday. The Super Regional One poll is the poll that determines the teams for the NCAA playoffs which start in a month. Bloomsburg is number one followed by Edinboro this week in the number two spot. The top six teams in the final will advance on.

Congrats to BU's Amanda Riley who was named the PSAC East Player of the Week last week. Riley scored four goals and had two assists in the Huskies 3-0 week. Bloomsburg is 14-1 on the year and is ranked number one in Division II.

The Huskies will be making a visit to Penn State in a month. The match on Nov. 15 will be the first for new Nittany Liion head coach Cael Sanderson. Any BU fan wanting to get tickets should call call 1-800-Nittany or 814-863-1000. Tickets are $8 for adults and $6 for students. Tell them you are from Bloomsburg and they should seat you in an area with other BU fans.

There are no events scheduled for today.


Looking Back at the Weekend

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 10:57 AM

Here is the Huskies Update for Monday, Oct. 12.

Well another Monday has rolled around so let's take a few minutes to review the weekend.

The Huskies have made it seven straight to start the season for the second straight year after a 27-13 win over East Stroudsburg. Derrick Price rushed for 165 yards and one score and Anthony Smith made 10 tackles to lead the defense. Bloomsburg is now 7-0, 4-0 in the PSAC East.

The Huskies moved up to number four in the latest American Football Coaches Poll (Grand Valley went down over the weekend). The regional rankings will be out later today and we'll post them on the web site.

This weekend the Huskies host Cheyney in the annual homecoming game with kickoff set for 3:30 p.m.

The Huskies rolled to a 5-2 win over Mansfield on Saturday.Maggey Bloskey scored twice and had two assists for Bloomsburg, now 14-1. The Huskies play at East Stroudsburg on Friday at 4 p.m.

Bloomsburg dropped a 3-2 game to Cal on Saturday.Kelly Modes and Samantha Fox score goals for the Huskies now 4-6-2, 3-3-1 in the PSAC East.


On the road in Erie the Huskies lost 4-0 to Mercyhurst to fall to 6-4-2 on the season.


The Huskies took part in the PSAC Individual Men's and Women's championships over the weekend. Ricky Dove was the top finisher for the Huskies advancing to the semi-finals of the men's draw. Dove and Fernando Perez will next play in the ITA Small College National Championships in Mobile, Alabama starting on Thursday.

The swim season started on Saturday with the BU Duals. Standout performances for the Huskies on the women's side came from Allie Reed, Brittany McNeil, Madeline Barlow and Sarah Grawe. On the men's side: Jeremy Frey, Derek Straub, Juan Castaneda , and John King all had a big meet.

The Huskies wrestling team will be holding an open practice on Saturday at 11 a.m. for all fans coming back for homecoming. Come out and get a sneak preview of the 2009-10 Huskies.


Thursday Ramblings

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 11:27 AM

Here is the Huskies Update For Thursday, Oct. 7.

Well it is Thursday already. I actually had a day off on Wednesday. Amazing how refreshed you can get from a day off in the middle of the week.

The Huskies beat CW Post yesterday by a 6-3 score. Amanda Riley scored three goals for the Huskies, now 13-1 on the year. Bloomsburg plays at Mansfield on Saturday on noon.

On Tuesday night the Huskies men's soccer team lost to #5 ranked Millersville by a score of 2-0 to fall to 6-3-2 on the year, while the women played to 0-0, 2 OT tie with the Marauders.

Check out the update on the progress of the Nelson Field House by watching this video. Things are moving along nicely in the court area.

Bloomsburg University will be showcased this Saturday, October 10, when they travel to East Stroudsburg to take on the Warriors in PSAC East football action. The game is part of SPORTSfever Television Network's (STN) "NCAA Division II College Football Game of the Week featuring the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference," now in its third year.

The telecast will be available on Service Electric Cablevision in Bloomsburg (WQMY channel 7), Wilkes-Barre (WQMY channel 4) and Hazleton (WQMY channel 8); Blue Ridge Cable in Stroudsburg (WQMY channel 16); Comcast (WTVE channel 2). It can also be viewed digitally on channel 56-3 in Wilkes-Barre, Scranton and Bloomsburg.

Telecasts will replay on Time Warner, Armstrong, Atlantic Broadband, Blue Ridge, Service Electric and Comcast (WIUP) cable systems throughout Pennsylvania.

Game time for Saturday's matchup is set for 2:30 p.m.


Another Win for Field Hockey

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 8:48 AM

Here is the Huskies Update for Tuesday, Oct. 6.

Well, another game and another win for the BU field hockey team. That's makes six team wins in a row for the Huskies going back to last week's men's soccer game with West Chester. A nice little run for the Huskies athletic department!

Amanda Riley scored one goal and had one assist to lead the Huskies to a 4-0 win over Slippery Rock on Monday afternoon. Bloomsburg improved to 12-1 with the victory and will host CW Post on Wednesday at 4 p.m.

The Huskies moved back into the top spot of the national D-II Field Hockey Coaches Poll after taking down last week's top-ranked team Shippensburg. Bloomsburg started the year number one, but fell as far as three after losing to Kutztown on Labor Day.

It's a soccer twinbill at Sports Stadium with the men's and women's teams hosting Millersville. The women's game starts at 6 p.m. followed by the men's game at 8 p.m.

The Bloomsburg University football team is ranked number one in the first NCAA Division II Regional Football Poll of the 2009 season.

The poll, which determines playoff seeding in each region, was released on Monday with the Huskies and their 6-0 record in the top spot of Super Region One. Charleston (West Virginia), also undefeated, is ranked second. Fellow PSAC schools Edinboro (third), Slippery Rock (fourth), East Stroudsburg (fifth) and California (seventh) are also ranked in the top 10.

The Huskies travel to East Stroudsburg this Saturday to take on the Warriors at 2:30 p.m. The matchup will be the first of two Bloomsburg games broadcast on SPORTSfever TV. Check your local listings for the channel in your area.

Watch highlights of the Huskies win over Millersville from this past Saturday on our You Tube Channel. Go here to watch the video.


It was a sweep on Saturday

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 10:57 AM

Here is the Huskies Update for Monday, Oct. 4.

Wow. It was a clean sweep for the Huskies on Saturday as all four teams in action that day were victorious.

The Huskies had an easy win over Millersville, 45-10, on Saturday. Dan Latorre scored twice and threw for another score and freshman Brandon Real scored on a 68-yard punt return as the Huskies stayed unbeaten at 6-0. Bloomsburg takes on 5-1 East Stroudsburg this week at East Stroudsburg. Kickoff is at 2:30 p.m. The game can be seen on Sports Fever TV.

The Huskies beat Kutztown 5-2 on Saturday night. Breanne Tobin scored twice for Bloomsburg and got revenge for its only loss of the year. Tobin was also named the PSAC East Player of the Week for her play in two games last week. Bloomsburg is back in action today at 4 p.m. hosting Slippery Rock.

The Huskies rolled over Charleston, 6-0 on Saturday. Samantha Fox had two goals and one assist in the win.


Bloomsburg beat the District of Columbia 1-0 in two overtimes. Bryce Shaffer scored the lone goal in the game. The Huskies are now 6-2-2 on the season.

Saturday was Red Card Cancer Day. The BU men's and women's teams took part in the inaugural event to raise money for the American Cancer Society.

The BU women's cross country team finished second while the men's team finished 15th at the 36th annual Brooks Paul Short Run on the campus of Lehigh University on Friday. The women's team finished with 215 points, while the men totaled 426.

For the women, senior Angela Borealo led all Bloomsburg runners and finished in 11th place with a time of 22:00. On the men's side, sophomore Bobby Furman was the highest team finisher, coming in fifth place overall with a time of 25:16.

Thursday Report

Written by Bloomsburg Sports Info on 11:56 AM

Here is the Huskies Update for Thursday, Oct. 1st

Well, we have hit October, although it feels like November here today in Bloomsburg.

Congrats to the men's soccer team on its 2-0 win over West Chester. Tyler Phillips and Bryce Shaffer scored for the Huskies, now 5-2-2 on the year, 3-1-1 in the PSAC East.

The women's soccer team lost to West Chester 2-0 and fell to 3-5-2, 3-3-1 in the PSAC East.

The Huskies soccer teams will "Red Card Cancer" this Saturday at their respective games. The women's team hosts Charleston at 12:30 p.m. and the men take on the District of Columbia at 3 p.m. Come out and make a donation to the American Cancer Society at the game. There will be t-shirts for sale as well so come on out and support the Red Card Cancer program.

Congratulations to placekicker Jon Koenig on being one of 13 players to be recognized by the Fred Mitchell Award for the month of September. The award recognizes NCAA Division II and Division III place kickers for excellence on the football field and in the community. Read more about the award here.

The Huskies host Millersville on Saturday at 5 p.m. We hope to see everyone there as Bloomsburg looks to make it six straight wins to open the year.

We'll be posting some highlights of the Huskies field hockey win over Shippensburg as well as an interview with field hockey player Erin Hench. Check them out later at
on the Huskies channel.


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