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Josephine Maher signs with Seton Hill University!

Josephine Maher, Senior, has signed her National Letter of Intent to run Cross Country and Track for Seton Hill University! Prior to these last 9 weeks, Josephine had a 4.35 GPA and ranked 4th in her graduating class. She’ll continue to make Uniontown proud at SHU in the fall!

#RaiderChallenge Yoga For Athletes

There is truly something in here for everyone and every level of athlete! Yoga seems easy but it’s a workout that can truly make you more powerful from the inside out. It’s also a workout that you can do EVERY DAY. First, let’s look at a professional and D1 athlete who both know that yoga

5 Things All Student Athletes Need to Know

Okay, maybe it’s more than 5 things, but Simeon talks about some things he learned from his parents, coaches and friends about choosing a college, playing sports and getting the most out of life in general. Click the link below to check out the 8 minute video: 5 Things All Student Athletes Need to Know

Logan Maust, Senior, Signs Letter Of Intent!

Uniontown Area School District is proud to announce that Logan Maust will be continuing his academic and athletic career at Seton Hill. Logan has been a four year letter winner in cross-country and has had several successful years at the WPIAL and PIAA Cross Country Championships. Logan intends to major in Health Science. CONGRATULATIONS! #RaiderNation

#RaiderChallenge At-Home Body Weight Workout for Strength and Endurance

#RaiderChallenge Virtual Training Work Out Log workout in your Athlete Foundry app when you complete each challenge Warm Up: 5- minutes dynamic stretching Circuit (1 round beginner/3 rounds intermediate/5 rounds advanced) Directions: Start a timer and complete the power jacks, rest until the timer reaches the top of the next minute. Perform 30 pulse lunges

NCAA Divisions I and II adjust initial-eligibility requirements

Divisions I and II members adjust initial-eligibility requirements | By Michelle Brutlag Hosick | NCAA.com | High school students intending to play NCAA Division I or II sports whose final semesters of their senior year were disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic will have several pathways to meet the NCAA’s initial-eligibility requirements this year. “The Eligibility

Interview with Athlete Foundry’s CEO

Tomorrow I’m going to unpack NCAA’s new eligibility rules amid the COVID-19 school cancellations but today I wanted to share an interview I did with Athlete Foundry’s CEO, KC Chhipwadia so you can get a better idea of why we secured the Athlete Foundry platform for all of you (Uniontown Student-Athletes, Grades 6-12). Follow me

Spring/Winter Uniform Return | Monday, April 20th From 2-4pm

MONDAY, APRIL 20th, 2020 | 2pm – 4pm  The home team locker room in the stadium will be used as the drop-off point for the turn-ins.  Any uniforms that have been worn should be washed and fully dried, then placed in plastic bags before drop-off.  Likewise any non-clothing items should wiped with disinfectant and placed

Online Zoom Meeting for Uniontown Student-Athletes Thursday, April 16th @ 2:45pm

Uniontown Student-Athletes, Please join us online for a deep discussion into the struggles and concerns of sports being cancelled this spring. We want to know how it’s affected you, how you’re coping, and how we can help? The goal of this meeting is to understand how you’re being impacted so we, as an athletic department,

Spring Sports Suspended Indefinitely

All Uniontown Area School District Spring Sports (and all athletic activities) have been suspended indefinitely beginning Friday, March 13th until further notice.