Springtime Fun Under the Sun

After a long dreadful winter spring is finally here, which means spring sports along with football have begun.  Even though football is a fall sport, training begins in the spring.  WRKC’s Sports Director Dan Lynch has the story.

Dan Lynch is the Sports Director for WRKC and covers King’s College and it’s community. Follow the station on Twitter @885WRKC

King’s College Reveals New Sports Logo

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Last year officials of King’s announced a re-branding effort of the school, stating they wanted to re-invigorate attention to the college and make the logo and mascot more contemporary. The logo was rolled out in the fall of 2014 with anticipation growing for a look at the updated Leo the Lion. Last Thursday the “mane” attraction was unveiled on social media and banners across the campus. WRKC’s Sports Director Dan Lynch gauges the reaction of the King’s pride.

Dan Lynch is the Sports Director for WRKC and covers King’s College and it’s community. Follow the station on Twitter @885WRKC

Tyler R. Tynes |MBB’s title run was a perpetuation of needed success for King’s athletics

Right On Tynes | The crackling cold of the February night didn’t keep them in their homes. They came in droves. They came in face paint and in a sea of red. But the momentary rush of emotion displayed in the student sections around Men’s Basketball’s success cannot be momentary. It needs to continue. For the student’s experience and the athletes.

10613095_10152721309759394_5621287144111683570_nThrough the whistling cold that screeched up and down River Street, past the McGowan School of Business, almost tipping the crown off Leo the Lion’s statue, winding and curving it’s way to North Main Street you could see them for blocks.

The hellacious-sounding, massively assembled, crimson-painted groupies of the college’s roaring student section marched it’s way to a cheese bus adjacent Corgan Library. Their chants of excitement could be heard on the fourth floor of Alumni Hall. They were unwavering. They were rowdy and, more importantly, they were there for the proper cause.

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