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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...

The women’s soccer team played their last game Nov. 2. The team tied with Rockhurst University and went into double overtime, but failed to advance in the Great Lakes Valley Conference tournament due to penalty kicks.

Working toward the same goals

Women's soccer team concludes season
Emma Corry, Staff Writer November 6, 2018

Kennedy Moore has played soccer since she was about three and a half years old. Growing up in Evansville, the senior marketing major played in many different leagues and club soccer teams. Moore...

Emma Luczkowski spent five and a half weeks at Harlaxton College in Grantham, England.

Eagle expeditions: hands-on cultural learning

Sarah Rogers, Features Editor October 16, 2018

Every week The Shield will feature a student who spent time in another country over the summer. This week, The Shield interviewed senior communication studies and public relations major Emma Luczkowski...

Opportunity to strenghten leadership arrises for Durham

Sarah Loesch March 17, 2015

Being a leader is a role junior defender McKinsey Durham has always seemed to fit into well. She was a captain on the women's soccer team this past fall, coaches club soccer, is co-president of the Student...

Women’s soccer considers losing season ‘a win’

Cailtlin Golden November 11, 2014

Although the women’s soccer team ended its season with a 3-10-4 record, the team still views the season as a win. Head coach Krissy Engelbrecht said she was happy with the way the team played. “We...

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