The Horizon

Bump! Set! Spike!

The volleyball team celebrates a point during a home match against Cincinnati Christian University last season. The Grenadiers home opener will fall on Thursday, Aug. 30, at 7 p.m. against St. Mary-of-the-Woods.

Samuel Murphy, Sports Director

August 21, 2018

The 2018-2019 athletics year is set to get underway with the return of Grenadier volleyball right around the corner. On paper, the 17-20 record from last season may not seem too impressive. After starting the year 0-11, the injury-ridden Grenadiers finally got healthy and rattled off 12 consecutive victorie...

Competition breeds Success

Photo by Dustin Kiefer.

Samuel Murphy, Sports Director

August 21, 2018

Joe Epkey is entering his sixth season at the helm of the Grenadier men’s and women’s tennis teams, but the sport has been a part of his life from the very beginning. With his father as a coach, and sandwiched between two brothers — one a year older and one a year younger — who also loved...

Grenadiers lose to Eagles in thriller fashion

Head coach Robin Farris instructs his team late in the fourth quarter. The Grenadiers lose in overtime by one, 96-97.

Somolia Pumphrey, Staff Reporter

February 6, 2016

The IU Southeast women’s basketball team fell short against the Asbury Eagles, losing in overtime by one point on Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016. IU Southeast never gained the lead against the Eagles, but kept it close the whole game. “I think we had a good game overall; we did some nice things,"...

IU Southeast participates in Harvest Homecoming Parade

The parade ended with a group photo. All of the people that attended for IU Southeast squeezed in together.

Parker Henes, Staff Reporter

October 6, 2015

IU Southeast and other local businesses walked the streets of downtown New Albany to kick off the Harvest Homecoming festivities on Saturday. The parade started at 12 p.m. on Vincennes Street, in front of New Albany High School. The parade then headed south onto Spring Street with the final sto...

Empty bleachers: student attendance down at sporting events

Some of the crowd at the IUS women's volleyball game against Point Park University on Sept. 18.

Enrique Bryan, Staff Reporter

October 5, 2015

Throughout college sporting events every college faces their own challenges with decline in sporting events. In Division I athletics they deal with their high ticket prices or quality of opponents. Though at the end of the day in such popular sports like football and soccer they will have the support...

Athletics advances technologically

IUS Horizon

April 7, 2013

A new way of following IU Southeast athletics has been released via the iTunes App Store for the iPhone or iPad.  In late February the web-design group eSolution Architects, which was fundamental in the overhaul of the IU Southeast athletics Web page, lent its expertise in the creation of the university’s first spor...

New campaign promotes student athletes

IUS Horizon

September 11, 2011

The Athletics Department has come up with a new visibility campaign — “G Time.” The “G Time” advertising campaign was created by Joe Glover, athletics director, who developed it along with the Marketing and Communications Department to bring awareness to the athletic programs. “I always felt defeated whenever I hea...

Athletic director leaves; spot filled

IUS Horizon

August 22, 2010

The IUS Athletic Department is now under the control of interim athletic director Joe Glover. Glover, previously the assistant athletic director, takes on the new role after the resignation of former athletic director Pat Mrozowski. Mrozowski is now the athletic director at Brescia University. Glover...

All KIAC teams announced

IUS Horizon

March 7, 2010

On Feb. 26 the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference named its All Conference Teams and Coaches of the Year. These awards were chosen by balloting from the coaches of the KIAC. IU Southeast was represented well on both the men’s and women’s All Conference Teams. Three players from the men’s...

Grenadier seniors sent out in style

IUS Horizon

February 21, 2010

The IUS women’s basketball team closed out their 2010 home schedule and the careers of two seniors Vannessa Stauble, center, and Alisha Briner, forward, on senior night against Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference opponent Alice Lloyd, on Tuesday, Feb. 16. Alden Krausse, IUS junior forward, helped send the two seniors out with their last win in the Activities Buildin...