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Grenadiers lose to IU Kokomo in straight sets

Maddie Jacobi, freshman defensive specialist, serves the ball early in the first set against IU Kokomo on Tuesday, Sept. 29. The Grenadiers lost the match in straight sets.

Parker Henes, Staff Reporter

September 30, 2015

The IU Southeast women’s volleyball team fell to IU Kokomo in straight sets on Tuesday, Sept. 29 (26-24, 25-14, 25-23). The loss snaps the Grenadiers’ two game conference winning streak. After the two conference wins in a row, the grenadiers looked to keep the ball rolling Tuesday night. After to...

Women’s tennis dominates in doubleheader

Sophomore Dana Frank giving high fives to her teammates before game two of their double header against Brescia University on Saturday, Sept. 26. The Grenadiers won game one against IU East 9-0 and beat Brescia in game two 9-0.

Enrique Bryan, Staff Reporter

September 27, 2015

The IUS women's tennis team faced two conference opponents in a doubleheader on Saturday, Sept. 26. The Grenadiers dominated both matches against IU East and Brescia University shutting out both teams. After just having been in a regional tournament two days prior to their doubleheader on Saturday,...

Not your normal freshman athlete

Freshman Hannah Joly preparing for the next play in a game against IU East on Thursday, Sept. 10. Joly had a game and team high ten kills in the game.

Somolia Pumphrey, Staff Reporter

September 21, 2015

Freshman Hannah Joly is from Floyd Central High School and is no stranger to the demands of being a student athlete. “She has the type of mentality where she would run through a brick wall,” Eric Brian, volleyball head coach, said. Joly has been playing volleyball since she was in seventh grade...

Grenadiers lose in four sets to Point Park

Monica Loftus, freshman right outside hitter, goes up to spike the ball against Point Park on Friday, Sept. 18. Loftus had seven kills as the Grenadiers loss in four sets.

Parker Henes, Staff Reporter

September 19, 2015

The IUS volleyball team returned home on Friday, Sept. 18 as they hosted Point Park University at 7 p.m. in the Activities Building. The Grenadiers fell short to the reigning KIAC conference champions, losing in four sets (25-23, 25-23, 20-25, 25-22). The Grenadiers are now 5-6 for the year and are 1-1 in conferen...

IUS Volleyball Wins Home Opener in Straight Sets

Maddie Jacobi, freshman defensive specialist, gets ready for a serve in Thursday's game against Spalding University. The Grenadiers beat the Golden Eagles in their home opener .

Parker Henes, Staff Reporter

September 4, 2015

The IUS volleyball team played their first home game of the season Thursday, Sept. 3. The Grenadiers beat the Spalding University Golden Eagles decisively in straight sets (25-14, 25-18, 25-23). The Grenadiers looked great in front of their home crowd. They handled the pressure of the game very well...

IUS Volleyball Season Preview

Coach Brian instructing his players while battling in the fourth set of the alumni game on Wednesday, Aug. 26.

Enrique Bryan, Staff Reporter

August 28, 2015

As the IUS volleyball team prepare for their upcoming season, many questions arise. Who will  take the leadership role with no seniors on the roster to be leaders in the locker room? Will head coach Eric Brian be able to lead this young team to their third straight conference championship appearance? All th...

For junior forward, basketball is the smallest of challanges

Parker Henes, staff

December 3, 2014

Mary Dye, a junior forward on the IU Southeast women’s basketball team, has had a tough college life. Not only is she dealing with school and basketball, but between the 2012-2013 school year, Mary and her family went through quite a bit. “College is supposed to be a time for kids to go off and...

IU Southeast women’s tennis team defeats Alice Lloyd College to win KIAC championship

Blake Stewart, Staff

October 1, 2014

The IU Southeast women’s tennis team beat Alice Lloyd College 9-0 on Friday, clinching the Grenadiers 16th straight KIAC regular season title. That is currently the longest streak in NAIA tennis. Alice Lloyd College only had four players available to play, and IU Southeast was able to make quick...

Grenadiers lose close match to Oakland City

The Grenadiers celebrate winning a point in the fourth set in
Thursday night’s game against Oakland City.

Blake Stewart, Staff

September 22, 2014

The IU Southeast volleyball team lost to the Oakland City Lady Oaks in five sets Thursday night (25-22, 13-25, 25-19, 13-25, 13-15). The loss drops the Grenadiers to 3-6 on the year.   The first set started off close, but IU Southeast was able to score five straight points to take a 12-8 lead....

IUS Tennis players serves on and off the court

IUS Tennis players serves on and off the court

Mary Kate Hailer, Staff

September 20, 2014

Not only does Katherine Clark play tennis with a big heart, she has a big heart for helping others and the community outside of tennis. Clark is member of the IU Southeast tennis team, double majoring senior in Accounting and International Business and a Spanish Minor. She also has traveled to Honduras ...

Grenadiers beat Spalding, lose to St. Catharine

Blake Stewart, Staff

September 13, 2014

IU Southeast won a tight  match against Spalding University on Wednesday night in five sets (25-17, 22-25, 25-20, 19-25, 15-9).  The win puts the Grenadiers at 3-3 on the year. The game was a makeup game after the first match was postponed.  The first set went back and forth for quite a while,...

IU Southeast women’s volleyball team weekly roundup

Parker Henes, Staff

September 12, 2014

The IU Southeast women’s volleyball team won one out of three matches on their weekend road trip to Pittsburgh, Pa. The Grenadiers played two games in the annual Battle of the Boulevarde  Invitational at Point Park University, and then played Carlow University the next day. The trip moved the lady...