Albion grad landing college coaching job is most-viewed sports story in 2015

Staff Reports Posted 3 January 2016 at 12:00 am

Matt Monacelli

A story on April 21 about Matt Monacelil accepting a position as a Graduate Assistant Football Coach at the University of Findlay was the most-viewed sports story in 2015 on Orleans Hub with nearly 2,000 clicks.

Monacelli, an Albion and St. John Fisher graduate, played football for three years for the Divison III Cardinals and graduated from St. John Fisher in January 2015 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Management. The University of Findlay is a NCAA Division II college located in Findlay, Ohio.

Here are the five most viewed sports stories last year:

1. Albion Grad Gets Football Coaching Position

2. Pinky Loughlin Memorial Wall of Fame to Induct First Members Friday

3. Kendall High Senior Accepts Division 1 College Golf Scholarship

4. Kendall Hall of Fame to Induct Three

5. Keppler Qualifies for National Championships

The “local sports” page was the fourth most-visited page in 2015, with about 330,000 clicks. That’s behind the main page “headline news,” obituaries and police blotter.