The Horizon

Athletes balance studies and practice

Some players from the IUS softball team gather around a study table in the the library. Outfielder Montanah Rogers, biology sophomore, said that the softball team is required to go to study tables for at least two hours, two days a week.

Ty Simpson, Staff Reporter

October 19, 2015

The majority of the world dreads Mondays, but for IUS baseball player Brian Cherington, it’s “Terrible Tuesdays.” Cherington wakes up at six in the morning and leaves for the gym at 6:30 a.m. After spending an hour and a half lifting, he heads home for breakfast and to study for the day’s...