August 1, 2014

Author: John Pohl

Pohl’s Perspective

The Webster University baseball and softball teams have been through a lot in their respective seasons. Columnist John Pohl chronicles their experiences in this week’s Pohl’s Perspective.

Pohl’s Perspective

Sports writer John Pohl says to ignore all the negativity in the sports world and focus on the outstanding athletes Webster has to offer, like Gretchen Rieger, Jenny Howard and Trisha Thompson.

Pohl’s Perspective

Because of a difficult nonconference schedule, the Webster University softball team has started the season 4-12. Journal sports writer John Pohl explains why that may not be a bad thing, though.

Pohl’s Perspective

Even though the Webster University women’s basketball team didn’t have the type of season it wanted, Journal sports writer John Pohl says the Gorloks should hold their heads high.

Webster University junior guard Airyn Miller drives to the basket as Fontbonne University junior guard Madison Fischer defends during the Gorloks’ 71-61 win over the Griffins on Feb. 21 at Grant Gymnasium. PHOTO BY GALE WHITEHEAD.
John Pohl, Journal sports writer

Pohl’s Perspective

Webster University coaches Marty Todt and Dusty Lopez and Director of Athletics Tom Hart have proved to Journal sports writer John Pohl that nice guys don’t always finish last.

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