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GALLERY: USI Women’s basketball team defeats Missouri S&T 99-73

GALLERY: USI Women’s basketball team defeats Missouri S&T 99-73

Jordan Auker, Photographer
February 2, 2017
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The women's basketball team beat Missouri University of Science and Technology Thursday evening 99-73 at the PAC.

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Silver anniversary team includes two former Eagles

Silver anniversary team includes two former Eagles

Sarah Loesch
January 20, 2015
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Two former USI women's basketball players were announced as members of the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame's 2015 Silver Anniversary Team. Chris May, the executive director for the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame, said the honor comes out of recognition for the players' outstanding performance as se...

Big Man on Campus: Q&A with Zach Thomas

Zane Clodfelter
May 1, 2013
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After being away from the game of golf his first year on campus, redshirt sophomore Zach Thomas wanted to get back into the game, and an opportunity to do just that was given by Eagles Head Coach Jim Cheaney. Since joining the USI golf team, Thomas has been a valuable contributor to the Eagles’ su...

Baseball team sweeps McKendree, have ‘consistent success’

Zane Clodfelter
May 1, 2013
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Senior third baseman Reece Rounder has experienced the highs and lows that the game of baseball provides throughout his collegiate career as an Eagle. “I was on the 2010 team and it couldn’t have gotten much better - we went all the way,” Rounder said. “We had a phenomenal run, winning the n...

USI students turned Otterbelles

Jessica Stallings
May 1, 2013
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Evansville Otters Baseball team will start their season soon and local Otterbelles are getting prepared. Otterbelles are a promotional dance team for the Otters formed in 2003. Jordan Haley, captain of the Otterbelles and junior pre-med/biology major, said the Otterbelles do all kinds of things fo...

Eagles heading to Sweet 16

Zane Clodfelter
May 1, 2013
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The USI men’s tennis program has won six GLVC championships, including a title this season, but never before had the program reached the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. No. 40 USI (17-4) made history as the program’s first to make it to the Sweet 16 with a 5-0 win over No. 34 Ferris State (16-...

Walk-up songs ‘fire up’ players, show personality

Ariana Beedie
April 25, 2013
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The University of Southern Indiana baseball players have spiced things up with their walk-up music on campus. To encourage focus and comfort during games, players hear a few seconds of their individually picked songs when they go up to bat. Instead of hearing the silent anticipation of the crowd w...

Remembering Ruth Waller

Jessie Hellmann
April 17, 2013
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Ruth Waller was free-spirited, gentle, caring and a “miracle woman.” She was a mother, wife and pioneer for women’s athletics and intramurals during her 36-year career at USI. Ruth passed away after a battle with cancer and illness Saturday morning. Despite having a bout with breast cancer in ...

Finding talent in the tri-state

Zane Clodfelter
April 17, 2013
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When you ask Southern Indiana baseball Head Coach Tracy Archuleta about recruiting, it’s clear that one of his primary goals is finding talent around the tri-state. “Every time we go out we try to get the best kids in the tri-state area,” Archuleta said. “If we are able to get guys from Evans...

Rugby starts spring season

Jessie Hellmann
April 10, 2013
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The University of Southern Indiana’s rugby club, coming off a state championship during the fall season in the Indiana Rugby Football Union, ventures to excel against a stronger schedule in the spring season. And so far, it has. USI, ranked 13th of 210 teams in the nation, beat Michigan State 16-10 on ...

Boesing leads Eagles to ‘consistent success’

Zane Clodfelter
April 10, 2013
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USI Head Tennis Coach Chris Crawford recruits players from every direction, with distance having no significance in his recruiting plan. Crawford’s team is diverse, with eight players from seven different countries, but he needed some help in landing the lone Indiana native on his USI tennis roste...

Snapping a streak: Baseball team looks to get back on track with 11-game homestand

Jimmy Pyles
April 3, 2013
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The Eagles looked to be back into early season form after it’s 6-1 win against Kentucky Wesleyan College Tuesday night. USI (13-10 overall, 4-9 in the GLVC) which has struggled to find success after a strong season opening won the first of it’s 11-game homestand. Sophomore pitcher Ben Wright took the mou...

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