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Many firsts for the NFL will positively affect young women’s sports

Rachel Miller, Staff Reporter February 18, 2021

Women all over the country have been making themselves heard in the name of equality, but the visibility of women in the sports industry has had a much slower progression. According to the University of...

A closer look at the new IUS Athletics logo, part of the renovation to the Activities Buildings basketball court.

Quarantine Self-Improvements

Brandon Miniard, Sports Editor September 16, 2020

On March 16, the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced its decision to cancel all spring sports for the 2020 season amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. While the cancellations brought...

Senior Josie Hockman tries to get around her defender in the second half against IU East

Grenadiers can’t hold off Red Wolves comeback

Brandon Miniard, Staff Reporter February 6, 2019

The IU Southeast women’s basketball team managed to turn the corner after starting 2019 in the midst of a six-game losing streak. Starting with Oakland City on Jan. 14, the Grenadiers would win four...

Junior Madi Woods guards against a Carlow point guard in the first half of their 77-67 win over the Celtics.

Grenadiers fend off late Celtics run

Brandon Miniard, Staff Reporter January 23, 2019

The IU Southeast women’s basketball team started 2019 in a less-than-desirable situation, beginning the new year in the midst of a 1-9 stretch that saw their overall record go from 7-1 to 8-10. Their...

IUS senior Jamie Johnson takes it to the rim against Ohio Christian University.

J3 – A basketball journey

Jared Farris, Staff Reporter January 16, 2019

IU Southeast senior Jamie Johnson (known as J3) has lead the young Grenadiers towards another potential River States Conference Championship this season. Voted to the All-River States Conference Preseason...

Joe Jackson, senior forward, yells out directions to the offense against IU Kokomo on Tuesday, Jan. 30.

Basketball Bromance — A tale of two seniors

Tate McGarvey, Staff Reporter February 2, 2018

As the men’s basketball season at IU Southeast comes to a close, so does the dynamic duo of Demetrius Stanton and Joe Jackson’s seven-year stint of playing together on the hardwood. The two Grenadiers...

IU Southeast in the National Tournament

Bailey Sanders, Staff Writer March 13, 2017

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Farris addressing his team during a timeout.

A Passion for The Game

Bailey Sanders, Staff Writer February 20, 2017

Robin Farris has been the head coach of the IU Southeast women’s basketball team for 28 seasons. He has been the only women’s basketball coach IU Southeast has ever had. His love for the game came...

Grenadier Basketball and The Road to The Championship

Bailey Sanders, Staff Writer January 30, 2017

Since making the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics final four in 2013, the Grenadiers have experienced numerous injuries. Now, with a healthy group, head coach Wiley Brown has the current...

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IUS athletes take on new challenges

Somolia Pumphery March 21, 2016

Playing college sports usually means student athletes play four years of one sport before graduation. Here at IU Southeast, things can be a little different. The next two semesters will have senior...

Thomas sets up the offense in the first quarter. The Grenadiers would go on to win by 47 points.

Grenadiers dominate Midway University

Enrique Bryan, Staff Reporter January 27, 2016

On Jan. 26, 2016 the IUS women`s basketball team dominated Midway University, with a final score of 95-48. The Grenadiers started hot and stayed that way against Midway’s much smaller lineup. The...

Hayden Casey and Carson Casey after Hayden’s high school team he helps coach won a sectional title. Photo courtesy of Hayden and Carson Casey

It Runs In The Family

Charlyn Corum, Staff Reporter January 25, 2016

Competitiveness ranges from skipping rocks to playing sports. Hayden Casey, secondary education junior and Carson Casey, elementary education sophomore, both grew up in Borden, Indiana. While attending...

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