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Looking at the recent History of USI sports

Looking at the recent History of USI sports

Nik Cunningham, Sports Editor

August 29, 2019

The University of Southern Indiana has not been around very long. It started in the 60s and USI is still going strong today. With everything constantly moving forward, it is always good to look back at our accomplishments. Nov. 29, 2007: Women’s Basketball have an undefeated season Apr. 10, 2...

Archie wants more Army

Archie wants more Army

Sarah Loesch, Sports Editor

January 28, 2016

Banners and T-shirts are just a couple of the ways Archie’s Army tries to make itself known to students on campus. “We really had to look at how we need to get students to the games,” said Alex Hoffmann, the Student Government Association’s administrative vice president for Archie’s Army s...

Q&A with Fawn Ryan

Sarah Loesch

October 28, 2014

Senior accounting and professional services major Fawn Ryan recently earned her 1,000 career kill during the volleyball team's match against Cedarville University. The Shield sat down to learn a little more about her. The Shield: How long have you played volleyball? Ryan: I've been playing since...

Defensive player earns offensive honor

Sarah Loesch

October 22, 2014

Abbey Winter, known for her strong defense, was named the Baden/Great Lakes Valley Conference Offensive Player of the Week after the Volleyball team had 3 stand-out wins. The junior middle blocker earned the honor Oct. 13, after the team beat Kentucky State University, McKendree University, and the Unive...

USI overcomes deficit to beat Ohio Dominican

Bradie Gray

September 11, 2014

Eagles Volleyball outplayed Ohio Dominican to win 3-0 Friday at the Dunn Hospitality Invitational. The team overcame two six-point deficits and one four-point deficit for its come from behind victories in all three sets.  

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