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Will Jokic Three-Peat?

Will Jokic Three-Peat?

Joshua Breeden, Sports Editor March 18, 2023

As the final quarter of the NBA regular season plays out, the race for the MVP award has become a close race. Similar to the last few years, it seems like it is Nikola Jokic’s award to lose. Jokic, the...

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor

Nickolaus Hayes, Reader March 8, 2023

March Madness is one of the most exciting sporting events of the year. However, it exposes fans and students to the negative influence of drinking alcohol in excess. There are significant dangers with...

NBA All-Star Weekend Inspired Dunk by clappstar is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0.

Why the NBA should change their All-Star game format

Caden Gorin February 7, 2023

Let’s face it. The NBA All-Star game is not as compelling as it once was. It hasn’t been must-see TV in years. The days of Jordan, Stockton, Malone, and Payton are long over. The All-Star game hit...

Kyrie in Dallas? I don’t think so

Kyrie in Dallas? I don’t think so

Joshua Breeden, Sports Editor February 7, 2023

With the NBA trade deadline coming up on Thursday, teams are making last-minute roster changes to make a run at the playoffs. One blockbuster trade that went down Sunday was superstar point guard Kyrie...

NFL Free Agency: Who might get paid?

NFL Free Agency: Who might get paid?

Joshua Breeden, Sports Editor January 29, 2023

As the NFL regular season came to a close and teams were in the midst of reevaluating their coaching staffs and player contracts, the NFL’s 2023 marketplace of free agents was growing with big names...

Why the day after the Super Bowl should be a national holiday

Why the day after the Super Bowl should be a national holiday.

Caden Gorin, Staffer January 25, 2023

  I believe it’s time to officially declare the Monday after the Super Bowl a day off from work. Too many of us are exhausted from partying and hoarse from shouting at the TV. Opponents say it’s...

The NFL Playoffs are here, and my picks are in

The NFL Playoffs are here, and my picks are in

Joshua Breeden, Sports Editor January 13, 2023

The NFL regular season closed with teams battling injuries, clinching divisions and scraping away with the final Wild Card spot. This year has given us the closest games in NFL history with an average...

Grenadier Athletic Recap 2020-2021

Grenadier Athletic Recap 2020-2021

Brandon Miniard, Sports Editor August 16, 2021

A year unlike any other The 2020-2021 school year will go down as one of the most unique years in IU Southeast Athletics' history. After the COVID-19 pandemic led to a premature end to the 2020 spring...

Members of the IU Southeast Baseball team embrace in hugs following their season-ending loss to #11 Faulkner in the NAIA World Series. The #15 Grenadiers finished the 2021 campaign at 50-16 and went 2-2 in their first ever trip to the World Series.

Baseball advances to final five in NAIA World Series before falling to Faulkner

Brandon Miniard, Sports Editor June 18, 2021

43 Years in the Making The Avista NAIA World Series felt like a fairy tale for the IU Southeast Baseball program since it began in 1979. Starting when current skipper Ben Reel became head coach in 2009,...

IU Southeast Baseball skipper Ben Reel looks up at the pennants showing every team that has won the NAIA World Series since it began in 1957. Reel hopes that his #15 Grenadiers can add their name to that list as they will participate in the event in Lewiston, ID., for the first time in school history.

Baseball shocks #1 Tennessee Wesleyan in back-to-back contests, marches to Lewiston for first time

Brandon Miniard, Sports Editor May 28, 2021

After clinching the River States Conference Regular-Season title on April 23, the IU Southeast Baseball team was bound to return to the NAIA Opening Round for the fifth consecutive season. Before they...

The IU Southeast Softball team huddles up after defeating #9 Marian 4-0. The Grenadiers defeated two top 10 teams in the NAIA Opening Round, their second coming on a 1-0 walk-off victory against #7 Columbia College.

Softball’s historic season comes to an end in NAIA Opening Round final against Mount Mercy

Brandon Miniard, Sports Editor May 27, 2021

As the IU Southeast Softball team transitioned into postseason play, every game felt as if they were fighting to extend their season as long as possible. After falling to Rio Grande in the winner's bracket...

The junior pitcher-catcher battery of Brenden Bube and Brody Tanksley embrace as the IU Southeast Baseball team storms the field after defeating Point Park 8-2 in the River States Conference title game. The #18 Grenadiers had to survive three consecutive elimination games to force a winner-takes-all finale and win their first RSC Tournament title since 2011.

Baseball fends off Asbury, Point Park to win RSC Championship

Brandon Miniard, Sports Editor May 16, 2021

A morning chill filled the air on Monday, May 10, at two different locations within the Midwest. The first was at IU Southeast as almost 900 college seniors prepared to complete a long academic odyssey...

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