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Women’s tennis team set to take on tough schedule

IUS Horizon

September 8, 2008


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Since beginning his coaching career at IU Southeast 12 years ago, coach Bill Ryall’s women’s tennis team has won the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference the past 10 years and have been national champions three times. This season the team is young with five incoming freshmen and no seniors, but Ryall said he is confident the team will cont...

IUS volleyball digs deep, beats KSU 3-2

IUS Horizon

September 5, 2008


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Despite losing the first two games, the IU Southeast volleyball team came back to win their  match against Kentucky State on Sept. 3, 21-25, 22-25, 25-14, 25-23, 15-12.  The Grenadiers struggled at the net early in the first game, with KSU scoring five straight points to take a 9-4 lead. IU Sou...

Volleyball preview – another season begins

IUS Horizon

September 3, 2008


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The women’s volleyball season started off with a loss on Friday, Aug. 22 in the Grace College Classic Tournament against Cedarville University. They then redeemed their selves at the second game in the tournament with a win against IU East. Read More »...

Women’s volleyball defeated by Blue Raiders

IUS Horizon

September 3, 2008


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Though the 2008 season maybe off to a rocky start, the women's volleyball team is determined. However, it is not determination that can win games. The women’s volleyball team fell to Lindsay Wilson Thursday, Aug. 28, in the Activities Building. Read More »...

Despite rally IUS volleyball falls 3-1

IUS Horizon

September 2, 2008


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The support of Geffrey the Gnome was not enough as the IUS volleyball team fell to Indiana Wesleyan at home, 25-15, 25-10, 18-25, 25-12. Indiana Wesleyan’s athletic front line dominated play the first two games and seemed poised to finish the Grenadiers early in the third, jumping ahead 9-6. Read More »...

Reel steps up to plate

IUS Horizon

August 29, 2008


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Ben Reel, the new IUS baseball head coach, lists one of his hobbies as hard work. The various improvements he has made to the Koetter Sports Baseball Complex back this up. Read More »...