The Horizon

Louisville City FC to Host College Night

Louisville City FC to Host College Night

Tate McGarvey, Staff Reporter

August 30, 2018


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The defending United Soccer League (USL) champions are looking to make their fourth playoff appearance in as many seasons with just over a month left in the 2018 campaign. Sitting at second in the USL’s Eastern Conference through 24 games, Louisville City is in the midst of yet another winning seaso...

Bump! Set! Spike!

Bump! Set! Spike!

Samuel Murphy, Sports Director

August 21, 2018


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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

Competition breeds Success

Samuel Murphy, Sports Director

August 21, 2018


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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...

Nolan Rogers — Champion Among Us

Nolan Rogers — Champion Among Us

John Renfrow, Staff Reporter

March 20, 2018


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For a team with 15 seniors, a young decorated coach, and an All-American shortstop, IU Southeast baseball gave every indication of getting over the edge of last year’s shortcomings. Then they added a World Series champion. Nolan Rogers is a graduate senior outfielder who played three years at Vande...

IU Southeast falls to Indiana Wesleyan 85-72

IU Southeast falls to Indiana Wesleyan 85-72

Samuel Murphy, Content Editor

March 9, 2018


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March 9 — The IU Southeast men's basketball season comes to an end as the Grenadiers fall to Indiana Wesleyan 85-72. The Grenadiers squad began the game shorthanded, with their leading scorer, Jaime Johnson, and key reserve, Nick Tinsley, both forced to sit out due to injury. Tinsley turned an ankle...

IU Southeast rolls Stillman (Ala.) 84-66

IU Southeast rolls Stillman (Ala.) 84-66

Samuel Murphy, Content Editor

March 8, 2018


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March 8 — The Grenadiers took care of the Stillman (Ala.) Tigers 84-66 to advance to the second round of the NAIA Division II men's basketball tournament. Senior forward, Joe Jackson, led the team in both points (20) and tied as the leader in assists (5). Senior forward, Cody Young, led the way...

Defense Carries Grenadiers into Postseason

Defense Carries Grenadiers into Postseason

John Renfrow, Staff Reporter

February 19, 2018


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Swish goes the net as sophomore guard, Jamie Johnson, takes his turn shooting free-throws, winding down an intense Sunday afternoon practice. The team gathers for a huddle before they go change and wrap up for the day. Everyone is focused, holding serious faces as the conference tournament approache...

Softball Team Hopes to Make a Push in RSC

Softball Team Hopes to Make a Push in RSC

Bailey Sanders, Staff Reporter

February 19, 2018


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The weather may make it seem like it is still the middle of winter, but Grenadier softball is right around the corner. IU Southeast will kick off their season on Friday, Feb. 23, at home against 10th ranked Indiana Wesleyan. Following a winning season last year, Joe Witten, IU Southeast head softball coa...

Grenadiers Baseball Hope to Build on Historic Run

Grenadiers Baseball Hope to Build on Historic Run

John Renfrow, Staff Reporter

February 2, 2018


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The grit of a baseball diamond can go unnoticed to the average student. While the team and student body share one campus, the work success requires is often overlooked when stats are revealed, while the blood, sweat and tears linger in the minds of those who produced them. Ben Reel, IU Southeast base...

Basketball Bromance — A tale of two seniors

Basketball Bromance — A tale of two seniors

Tate McGarvey, Staff Reporter

February 2, 2018


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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 became allies as sophomores at Fern Creek High School, in Louisville, where the center-guard tande...

Coach Robin Farris Reaches the 500 Club

Coach Robin Farris Reaches the 500 Club

John Renfrow, Staff Reporter

January 22, 2018


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Coming into the 2017-18 season, there were only three NAIA Division II active women’s basketball coaches with 500 wins or more. Roughly halfway through the season, there is now a fourth. Those coaches include Lori Culler of Huntington (Ind.), David Smalley of Rio Grande (Ohio), Jamie Sale of Morningsi...

Wiley Brown: A Coach with Credibility

Wiley Brown: A Coach with Credibility

Samuel Murphy, Staff Reporter

December 4, 2017


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It would be hard to find anyone on the IU Southeast campus that could match the accolades of Wiley Brown. The head coach of the men’s basketball team played two seasons in the NFL, played on the national championship basketball team in 1980 at the University of Louisville, where he also served 15 ...