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FSU tennis inks two
Kayla Kurczak, head women’s tennis coach at Fairmont State, has announced that Kari Amtower and Janay Beamer have signed national letters of intent to play tennis at Fairmont State starting in the fall of 2014.
FSU’s Ferrell earns NCAA Regional bid
Fairmont State’s Jess Ferrell has earned a spot in the 2014 NCAA Regional Championships on May 5-7 at the Edgewood Country Club in Charleston. Ferrell was named on of the four individual participants from the Atlantic Region.
Journey from Division II to the pros an uphill battle
Every young athlete dreams of hearing his named called during the draft.
But you’ve seen the statistics. Somewhere near 3 to 4 percent of high school athletes go on to play a college sport.
White tops Maroon in spring game: PHOTOS
As spring games go Thursday night's annual Maroon and White clash at Fairmont State's Duvall-Rosier went pretty much to form.
The White (defense), using a modified scoring system which awarded them points for stops, turnovers, three-and-out series and other things, recorded a 34-21 victory over the Maroon (offense).
Falcons set for spring game
Football is back … well, kind of.
Today at 7 p.m., Fairmont State will hold its annual Maroon & White spring game at Duvall-Rosier Field. The scoreboard won’t mean a whole lot since it’s little more than a glorified scrimmage. Instead, here are five things to watch during today’s game.
Mascaro signs with FSU
Gabi Mascaro is staying in Fairmont.
After considering several out-of-state colleges, the Fairmont Senior soccer standout signed her National Letter of Intent Tuesday to continue her career at Fairmont State University, an upstart program which will play its first games in 2015.
Calhoun, FSU land two signees
Fairmont State coach Jerrod Calhoun is adding the finishing touches to this year’s signing class.
FSU golfer wins MEC Player of the Year
Fairmont State’s Jess Ferrell shot a two-day score of 136 (-6) to win the MEC Southern and take home Mountain East Player of the Year honors.
FSU softball splits with Notre Dame
Fairmont State rallied in game two to earn the split in its MEC doubleheader against Notre Dame College on Saturday afternoon at Duvall-Rosier Field.
After five scoreless innings in game two, NDC took a 2-0 lead after a home run by Kelsey Coleman. In the bottom half of the inning, Ericka Aversa hit a sacrifice fly to score Joni Tyree from third.
Lady Falcons have high expectations for next season
Despite having to replace a trio of talented starters, including All-America point guard Kaitlin Snyder, from a team that finished 23-10, won the final West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tournament championship and made an appearance in the NCAA Division II National Tournament, Fairmont State University’s 2013-14 Lady Falcons came close to heading back to the so-called “Big Dance” this year.
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