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Josie Hockman joins the 1000 points club

Josie Hockman joins the 1000 points club

Jayla Rose, Staff Reporter

February 14, 2019

IU Southeast senior Josie Hockman is familiar with shooting her shot. Hockman has had a successful season hitting her 1000 points college career goal during the Grenadiers game against Asbury University earlier this month. “It felt good, it was a goal I wanted to reach being so close I figured I ...

Senior Night brings ups and downs for IU Southeast

Senior Night brings ups and downs for IU Southeast

Brandon Miniard and John Renfrow

February 9, 2019

IUS Women’s Basketball Prior to the start of Thursday night’s home finale at the Activities Building, the IU Southeast women’s basketball team honored its trio of seniors, which include four-year players Josie Hockman and Baylee Kreuger, as well as senior transfer Kelsi Scott. “They’ve ...

Grenadiers rally past Asbury in fourth quarter

Grenadiers rally past Asbury in fourth quarter

Brandon Miniard, Staff Reporter

February 6, 2019

Grenadiers vs. Eagles Coming into the fourth quarter against River States Conference rival Asbury on Saturday, Feb. 1, the IU Southeast women’s basketball team were down 49-39, having been the victim of a 13-5 third-quarter run by the Eagles. The lone bright spot during that span for the Grenadie...

Grenadiers can’t hold off Red Wolves comeback

Grenadiers can’t hold off Red Wolves comeback

Brandon Miniard, Staff Reporter

February 6, 2019

The IU Southeast women’s basketball team managed to turn the corner after starting 2019 in the midst of a six-game losing streak. Starting with Oakland City on Jan. 14, the Grenadiers would win four in a row, which brought their record to 12-10. With the momentum, they came into the Activities Building Saturda...

Grenadiers eye RSC title in 2019

Grenadiers eye RSC title in 2019

Brandon Miniard, Staff Reporter

February 4, 2019

The 2018 season saw the IU Southeast softball team get off to a slow start, beginning the season 4-8 by March 9th. Once conference play began, the Grenadiers were able to straighten the ship, winning 20 of their final 24 games to finish the regular season with a 24-12 record. “I’ve always scheduled...

IU Southeast cheerleaders balance school and spirit

IU Southeast cheerleaders balance school and spirit

Jayla Rose, Staff Reporter

January 28, 2019

IU Southeast graduate Hayley Little is now the coach for the IU Southeast cheerleading team she said helped build her. Admittedly, Little enjoys her coaching cheer at IU Southeast, but said it requires year-round dedication. “The season starts in the summer, and ends when basketball ends. That...

Grenadiers fend off late Celtics run

Grenadiers fend off late Celtics run

Brandon Miniard, Staff Reporter

January 23, 2019

The IU Southeast women’s basketball team started 2019 in a less-than-desirable situation, beginning the new year in the midst of a 1-9 stretch that saw their overall record go from 7-1 to 8-10. Their only win during this cold stretch was against Miami-Hamilton (OH), which was due to the game being...

A record-worthy career

A record-worthy career

Brandon Miniard, Staff Reporter

January 21, 2019

Coming into the 2019 softball season, the IU Southeast Grenadiers will field seven seniors for their final seasons. Several of these seniors are leaving their marks on the program, now entering its twelfth year of existence, by writing their names in the record books. One name in those books is senior...

J3 – A basketball journey

J3 – A basketball journey

Jared Farris, Staff Reporter

January 16, 2019

IU Southeast senior Jamie Johnson (known as J3) has lead the young Grenadiers towards another potential River States Conference Championship this season. Voted to the All-River States Conference Preseason team which features the best players in the River States Conference, Johnson has excelled so far...

Stout defense leads way in men’s win over Miami-Middletown

Stout defense leads way in men’s win over Miami-Middletown

Tate McGarvey, Staff Reporter

November 7, 2018

The men’s side was back in action in the second game of Saturday's, Nov. 3, Homecoming doubleheader, hosting the Miami-Middletown ThunderHawks just four days after their impressive 82-78 road win over No. 16 University of the Cumberlands. Though his squad lost some of its size before the se...

IUS women dominate home opener versus Fisk

IUS women dominate home opener versus Fisk

Brandon Miniard, Staff Reporter

November 7, 2018

The IU Southeast women’s basketball team, with its mix of faces old and new, started the season on the right foot, defeating visiting Fisk University (Tenn.) 100-54 in front of a crowd of over 250 people at the Activities Building Saturday, Nov. 3, in the first game of the annual Homecoming do...

Dual Threat

Dual Threat

Brandon Miniard, Staff Reporter

October 29, 2018

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 ...