A couple of unsolicited thoughts on today’s plight, recent television recaps with more changes to next weekend’s WrestleMania and a little nostalgia are part of what we have on tap this week as the Insider barely kicked out at two and three quarters to get this column your way.

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MECHANICSBURG — The Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) announced Monday that all sports will be postponed another two weeks.

Susquehanna University senior Chris Petraskie was all set to compete in the NCAA Division III Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track and Field Championships, but then the day before he was supposed to hit the track, he got the last phone call he ever wanted.

Despite all of the craziness of the current coronavirus crisis and its multitude of implications for all of us, there continues to be plenty to write about in the pro wrestling world because, as fluid as everything about this “new normal” has been, there seems to be no shortage of news and v…

LEWISBURG — Had the coronavirus pandemic not struck, a longtime writer and wrestling enthusiast would be in Minneapolis, Minn., today enjoying his 48th edition of the NCAA National Wrestling Championships.

TOWSON, Md. — The Landmark Conference announced Wednesday that all of the league’s spring sports seasons and respective championship events have been canceled in response to the coronavirus.

A day after releasing a statement on the coronavirus, the PIAA announced on Tuesday that its office will be closed until March 30 in accordance to Gov. Tom Wolf’s statewide instruction to close all non-essential businesses.

PHILADELPHIA — The Division of Recreation and Intercollegiate Athletics at the University of Pennsylvania announced the 2020 Penn Relays have been canceled Monday via a press release.

MECHANICSBURG — On Friday, Gov. Wolf issued a directive to close all schools in the state for 10 business days starting Monday. This means all school activities including sports practices, plays, musicals, mock trials, field trips, etc.

CoronaMania has been running wild and looks almost certain to postpone WrestleMania, just as it has wreaked havoc on everyday life for citizens throughout much of the world. It is a serious situation that justifies pretty much whatever steps must be taken to save lives. However, pro wrestlin…

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The NCAA Division III Men’s and Women’s Track & Field and Cross Country Committee announced Sunday afternoon the participants for the 2020 NCAA Division III Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track & Field Championships. Susquehanna University will be represented by senior…

SPRINGFIELD, Ohio — The 2019-20 campaign came to a close for the Susquehanna University men’s basketball team Saturday night in the second round of the NCAA Division III Men’s Basketball Championship Tournament. Susquehanna (21-8) trimmed a 14-point deficit down to three in the final seven m…

LOS ANGELES — Second-ranked Vanderbilt received a bases-loaded, five-pitch walk from freshman Carter Young to walk off No. 22 TCU 4-3 Sunday afternoon in the finale of the Southern California College Baseball Classic from Dedeaux Field.

COAL TOWNSHIP — District 4 Class 2A champion Mount Carmel continued its domination over the field to open postseason tournament as it defeated Clarion, the No. 3 seed out of District 9, by a score of 57-19 in the opening round of the state tournament Friday at Shamokin Area High School.

ROCHESTER, New York — Susquehanna senior Chris Petraskie broke his own school record once again in the heptathlon on Saturday at the 2020 All-Atlantic Region Track & Field Conference (AARTFC) Championships hosted by Nazareth College at the Golisano Training Center. As a team, the River H…

SPRINGFIELD, Ohio — The Susquehanna University men’s basketball team will continue dancing after erasing an 11-point second-half deficit Friday afternoon in their NCAA Division III Men’s Basketball Championship Tournament First Round matchup with Benedictine (IL) University. Susquehanna (21-…

WOOSTER, Ohio — Three players scored double figures for the Lycoming College men’s basketball team in the first round of the NCAA Division III Championship, but a 57 percent shooting effort from the floor from 15th-ranked Elmhurst helped it to a 97-73 win in the first round of the tournament…