The Horizon

Dual Threat

Dual Threat

Brandon Miniard, Staff Reporter

October 29, 2018


Filed under Sports

It’s very common for an athlete in high school to play multiple sports, such as basketball and baseball, to help them stay active and out of trouble for a longer portion of the school year. That’s not the case in college, where sports schedules often overlap with each other, making it impossible to ...

IUS women’s basketball begins push for RSC title

IUS women’s basketball begins push for RSC title

Brandon Miniard, Staff Reporter

October 29, 2018


Filed under Sports

It was 1989 when Robin Farris took the helm as skipper of the IU Southeast women’s basketball program, leading the Grenadiers to a 15-15 record that year. Now, Farris is about to embark on his 30th campaign with the program, the longest tenure in IUS history. Last year IU Southeast saw the Grenadiers fi...

Jamie Johnson — becoming a leader on the court

Jamie Johnson — becoming a leader on the court

Gavin Lagle, Staff Reporter

October 17, 2018


Filed under Profiles, Sports

Jamie Johnson, senior shooting guard on the IU Southeast men’s basketball team, learned from the best to maximize the potential of his teammates and himself. “I know we have a lot of new, young guys coming in … I just want to be the best leader that I can,” Johnson said. Johnson said that...

IUS men’s basketball team ready for 2018-19 campaign

IUS men’s basketball team ready for 2018-19 campaign

Tate McGarvey, Staff Reporter

October 17, 2018


Filed under Sports

Entering his 12th season as the head coach of the Grenadiers, Wiley Brown is looking to add to an already lengthy number of NAIA Division II National Championship Tournament appearances. The member of the 1980 national champion University of Louisville Cardinals men’s basketball team has built one ...

Garrett Fensler looks to leave behind a legacy of his own

Garrett Fensler looks to leave  behind a legacy of his own

Tate McGarvey, Staff Reporter

October 17, 2018


Filed under Profiles, Sports

Ayear after earning his second consecutive all-conference honors, junior Garrett Fensler has his mind set on leading the IU Southeast Men’s Tennis squad as they continue their winning tradition. The culture built around the tennis program — one that has seen a number of first team all-conference sele...

Degree on her mind, Volleyball in her blood

Degree on her mind, Volleyball in her blood

Brandon Miniard, Staff Reporter

October 1, 2018


Filed under Sports

The IU Southeast Volleyball team is currently enjoying a very strong start to their season, beginning the 2018-19 campaign with a 12-4 record. The Grenadiers did not receive their first loss until they were confronted by the defending national champions, fourth-ranked Lindsey Wilson on Sept. 4. O...

Rippin’ Lips

Rippin’ Lips

Brandon Miniard, Staff Reporter

September 18, 2018


Filed under Sports

Normally when a sports team forms for the first time, it usually takes a few years for it to build a successful foundation. That would not be the case for the newest IUS athletic squad, Bass Fishing. The program, a club sport, is only a semester old and has already shown great success despite its young...

Monica Loftus Rises Up

Monica Loftus Rises Up

Clay Ables, Staff Reporter

September 18, 2018


Filed under Sports

Monica Loftus’ life has revolved around volleyball and mastering the game. She started as child, picking up the game in her backyard. Now she’s a captain of the IU Southeast volleyball team. Loftus, senior outside hitter, started playing volleyball in first grade and hasn’t looked back sin...

Grenadier Volleyball Drops First Match of Season

Grenadier Volleyball Drops First Match of Season

Samuel Murphy, Sports Director

September 5, 2018


Filed under Sports

IU Southeast hosted the defending national champions and No. 4 ranked Blue Raiders from Lindsey Wilson College in the Grenadiers’ toughest match of the young 2018 season. On Tuesday, Sept. 4, the Grenadiers (7-1) entered the match as unbeatens and off to the team’s best start of Eric Brian...

A Guide to the 2018-19 Men’s and Women’s Tennis Squads

A Guide to the 2018-19 Men’s and Women’s Tennis Squads

Tate McGarvey, Staff Reporter

September 4, 2018


Filed under Sports

Entering his sixth season as head coach of the IU Southeast tennis program, Joe Epkey knows a thing or two about winning at the collegiate level. From earning GLVC Freshman of the Year honors at the University of Southern Indiana to winning a MAC regular season championship at Ball State — both of which as a player — Epkey is familiar with how a tennis pro...

Louisville City FC to Host College Night

Louisville City FC to Host College Night

Tate McGarvey, Staff Reporter

August 30, 2018


Filed under Sports

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


Filed under Sports

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...