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Spring break sports recap

Bree Gannon

April 16, 2018


Filed under SPORTS

For most, spring break means packing their bags and traveling with their friends to a beach somewhere sunny and warm. However, the AU athletic program was busy winning games, collecting national titles and making the Eagle name known. Baseball The baseball team started off their spring break wit...

Schaly becomes seventh coach in D-II history to reach 1,100 milestone

Steve Shrenkel

April 15, 2018


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Ashland University baseball coach John Schaly has known nothing but success throughout his time as a collegiate head coach. He is not only a baseball lifer but also quite simply put, a winner. On March 31 at Wayne State University, Schaly won his 1,100 game of his career. He became just the seventh...

Softball senior girls

Megan Furby

April 10, 2018


Filed under SPORTS

If you were to look at the roster for the 2018 Ashland University softball team, you would see that the team mostly consists of juniors and some freshman. For the most part, the team is made up of many returners and a few fresh faces ,however, two of those face stand out from the rest. Sadie Cunningham...

Track and Field 4/8/18

John Margida

April 8, 2018


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The Ashland University Track and Field team traveled to the at Northeast Ohio Quad in Akron over the weekend. With the Eagles being well represented across the board, as several eagles won their individual events throughout the weekend.   On Friday, April 6th, senior Elijah Talk turned in...

Eagles stumble: Fall one game short

Eagles stumble: Fall one game short

Noah Cloonan, Managing Editor

March 25, 2018


Filed under SHOWCASE, SPORTS

The longest winning streak in Division II women’s college basketball has come to an end as the Central Missouri Jennies pulled off the upset of the year when they defeated Ashland 66-52. Central Missouri won its second National Championship in program history and they did so as a No. 6 seed. Things...

Alum calls for students to flock to South Dakota

Alum calls for students to flock to South Dakota

Renée Borcas

March 22, 2018


Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE, SPORTS

The women’s basketball team is headed to the NCAA Division II National Championship game once again. There is only one problem: Empty seats. Many Eagle faithful have already made the trip out to Sioux Falls, South Dakota, but alumni have noticed a lack in student body representation. Jack Keefe,...

Eagles are headed back to the Final Four

Eagles are headed back to the Final Four

Noah Cloonan, Managing Editor

March 22, 2018


Filed under SHOWCASE, SPORTS

The Ashland University Eagles are on the verge of making more history. The Eagles are just 40-minutes away from back-to-back perfect seasons after defeating Indiana University of Pennsylvania 92-68 to punch their ticket back into the title game. It was a perfect storm from start to finish for the...

Ashland prepares for Final Four clash with IUP

Ashland prepares for Final Four clash with IUP

Noah Cloonan, Managing Editor

March 21, 2018


Filed under SHOWCASE, SPORTS

The Ashland women’s basketball team has advanced to the Final Four for the second year in a row and they are awaiting a matchup with the No. 5 seeded Indiana University of Pennsylvania. The Crimson Hawks are 30-3 on the season and found great success in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference...

Community rallies together to support Eagles during watch party

Community rallies together to support Eagles during watch party

Steve Shrenkel

March 21, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS, NEWS, SPORTS

While the Ashland University Women’s basketball team faced off against the Montana State Billings Yellowjackets in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, a group of fans rallied together back at home as they cheered on the Eagles to a victory. The Ashland faithful were out in full force as they gathered to...

Survive and advance: Eagles avoid upset

Survive and advance: Eagles avoid upset

Noah Cloonan, Managing Editor

March 19, 2018


Filed under SHOWCASE, SPORTS

The unofficial motto in the month of March on the basketball court is “survive and advance” and the Ashland women’s basketball team did just that as they end Montana State University Billings’ Cinderella story with a 91-73 win. The win sends Eagles to 35-0 on the season and back into the...

JDM students travel to Sioux Falls for Elite Eight

JDM students travel to Sioux Falls for Elite Eight

Renee Borcas

March 19, 2018


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Several JDM students have traveled 900 miles from Ashland, Ohio to Sioux Falls, South Dakota to cover the AU women’s basketball team play in the NCAA Division II Elite Eight tournament. Reporting will be done by Renee Borcas, Noah Cloonan, Bree Gannon, and Tyler Lance; along with Director of Operations,...

Women win 71st straight game

Women win 71st straight game

Zach Read

March 16, 2018


Filed under SPORTS

March Madness was alive and well March 12 at a packed Kates Gymnasium as the Ashland University women’s basketball team played host to Drury University in the NCAA Division II Midwest Regional Championship. The No. 1 Eagles (34-0) outlasted the No. 3 Panthers (31-3) by a score of 79-73 that came...