Clarion wrestling opens season with strong performance in Clarion Knight Point Open
The Clarion University wrestling team was in action Sunday while hosting their annual Knight Point Open at the Student Recreational Center in which a total of 27 Clarion wrestlers participated.
During the all day tournament, two of the top wrestlers for Clarion were junior Sam Sherlock and freshman Justin Arthur.
Sherlock, who wrestles in the 133 pound weight class, finished the day with a record of 4-1.
He finished second in his weight class, after making his way to the championship with winning… [continue reading]
Young core looks to help Clarion women’s basketball
There are a lot of new faces for the Clarion women’s basketball team.
Coming off a PSAC Playoff appearance and a 13-16 overall and 9-13 PSAC West mark last year, Clarion advanced to the first round of PSAC playoffs and lost to California University (PA).
This season, Clarion is picked to finish sixth in the PSAC West Preseason conference rankings.
In a season where the team finished with one of its best records in school history, women’s basketball will look upon a young core to get back… [continue reading]
Wind ensemble performs annual concert series
The Clarion University Wind Ensemble took the stage for its annual concert Sunday, Nov. 3 in the Marwick-Boyd auditorium.
The performance, conducted by director of bands Hubert Toney Jr., was the first part of the “On the Beaten Path” series. Pieces performed varied among types of music and time periods from overtures to chorales to marches and more.
Toney, who said the concert went “extremely well,” said there are a few things to consider when choosing songs to perform.
“I… [continue reading]
Improvisational comedy troupe performs for students in Clarion
Clarion University played host to what Campus Magazine called “Entertainer of the Year 2013” on Friday, Nov. 1.
The comedy group, Mission Improvable, performed an intimate gig for students in Gemmell and received positive reactions from their two hour long show. The group took suggestions from the audience in order to act out role-plays, create humorous gags all in the style of “Who’s Line Is It Anyway.”
Mission Improvable consists of four men who pose as agents in… [continue reading]