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The Horizon

The student news site of Indiana University Southeast

The Horizon

The student news site of Indiana University Southeast

The Horizon

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...

Junior utilityman Tyler Mills, (#12), attempts to keep spirits high in the dugout during the tense opener of a crucial three-game series against Asbury on Friday, March 26. The Grenadiers battled through 10 innings before winning 7-6 in the bottom the 11th.

Baseball continues RSC dominance with sweep of Asbury

Garland Noel and Brandon Miniard March 29, 2021

As the season reaches the halfway point, the IU Southeast Baseball team has to consider themselves fortunate for their current standing. After starting the season 5-10, the Grenadiers are currently riding...

Freshman Connor Mason returns a volley against Asburys Duarte Teixeira at #5 singles on March 27. Mason fell behind early in the match before rallying back to win the match 4-6, 6-3, 1-0(8).

Men’s Tennis drops close match to Asbury

Brandon Miniard, Sports Editor March 28, 2021

Despite a 2-3 start to the spring portion of their season, the IU Southeast Men's Tennis team caught their footing as they began River States Conference play. The mostly youthful Grenadiers started the...

Freshman Adalyn De Witt goes back near the fence to return a deep shot against Asburys Kendall Jablonowski on March 27.

Women’s Tennis gets blown away by Asbury

Brandon Miniard, Sports Editor March 28, 2021

Despite starting the spring season 1-3, the IU Southeast Women's Tennis squad hit their stride when they began River States Conference play earlier this month. Beginning with a narrow 4-3 victory over...

Katie Fischer, junior middle blocker, and Monica Loftus, freshman right side hitter, go up for a block in the third set against Asbury on Thursday, Oct. 15. The Grenadiers had eight blocks in the match.

Grenadiers’ comeback comes up short, snap seven game win streak

Parker Henes, Staff Reporter October 16, 2015

The IUS women’s volleyball team lost on Thursday, Oct. 15 against KIAC rival, Asbury University, in a very intense five set match (15-25, 22-25, 28-26, 25-22, 11-15). The loss snapped the Grenadiers’...

Grenadiers take down Eagles

IUS Horizon January 27, 2013

The Activities Building was filled with anxious fans as they awaited the men’s Grenadiers basketball team on Sat. Jan. 19. Asbury took possession of the first half leading the Grenadiers by as much...

Grenadiers beat Red Wolves, will fight again

IUS Horizon April 1, 2012
The IUS men’s tennis team demolished the IU East men’s tennis team, 9-0, on March 18, at the IUS Tennis Court. The Grenadiers played eight games in doubles and eight sets in singles. “We’ve been working on doubles,” Yancey Walters, IUS men’s tennis head coach, said. “The highlight of this game were the doubles.”

Eagles strike Grenadiers out

IUS Horizon March 18, 2012
The IUS baseball team lost their game on March 10 against Asbury University. Despite a strong start from IU Southeast, the final score was 3-0, in favor of Asbury. Fielding first, the Grenadiers had Trey Richard, junior infielder, playing shortstop. A.J. Doyle, junior infielder, played third base while Brian Crider, sophomore, played catcher. In addition, Marcus Howard, freshman outfielder, played from left field, Justin Hurst, junior infielder, was at first base, Frank Pluskota, sophomore infielder, was at second base and Jacob Holtz, sophomore pitcher, was pitching. Richard said he felt good about certain aspects of the game that day.
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