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AU football falls to Hillsdale 27-17

By Matt Brubaker

September 22, 2010

Everyone has attempted to put a puzzle together in their lifetime. The biggest challenge is taking the time to find the correct spot for each piece and having the patience to see the final results. The Eagles inched one step closer in the completion of their 2010 puzzle Saturday night under the lights at...

AU Hall of Fame To Add Five Members on Oct. 2

By Sports Info

September 22, 2010

Over the years, the athletes who have been inducted into the Ashland University Hall of Fame have come from all over Ohio. Several have been from out of state, but there's never been any doubt that Ashland University has been an Ohio school fueled by Ohio athletes. That's true again with the 2010 Ashland ...

Ashland pays a visit to Northern Michigan this weekend

By Matt Brubaker

September 22, 2010

Ashland has begun the season1-2 and 0-2 in the GLIAC, but they look to turn things around thisweekend at Northern Michigan, where the Wildcats enter play at 2-1and 2-0 in the GLIAC. The Wildcats have won consecutive games afterlosing their season opener to nationally-ranked MinnesotaState-Mankato, 7-6....

Ramsey to receive Dr. Glenn L. Clayton Award

By Sports Info

September 22, 2010

Ashland University head women's basketball coach Sue Ramsey will receive the 2010 Dr. Glenn L. Clayton Award. The award will be presented Saturday, Oct. 2, at the Alumni Awards Brunch. The event will be held at 9 a.m. at the John C. Myers Convocation Center. The recipient of the Clayton Award must d...

AU volleyball splits against Michigan

By Nick Zavarella

September 22, 2010

After a six-day lapse in game play, Ashland University's volleyball team split the weekend's matches, defeating Michigan Tech but falling to Northern Michigan. The Eagles started off slow against Michigan Tech (Sept. 17) but scored key points down the stretch to win three straight sets convincingly. Norther...

Ashland wins one, suffers first loss

By Chris Bils

September 22, 2010

After a short break, the Ashland men's soccer team got back into action in a big way this past weekend, facing conference foe Ohio Dominican Friday before turning right around for one of their biggest tests of the year against then-No. 6 Northern Kentucky. The Eagles beat ODU handily, but they suffered...

Women have scoreless weekend, earn draw

By Chris Bils

September 22, 2010

The Ashland women's soccer team had a tough weekend, failing to score any goals but managing to pull out a draw at Ohio Dominican Friday. Sunday's game saw them put up a fight against the No. 11 Northern Kentucky Norse, only to fall 2-0. Ohio Dominican Ashland went to Ohio Dominican trying to stop the...

Start of a marathon

By Chris Bils

September 20, 2010

There are certain moments in sports that bring everyone in the stadium to their feet even if they don't have a rooting interest. The game-winning buzzer beater in basketball and the walk-off home run in baseball are two that immediately come to mind. On opening night, at the brand new Ferguson Field,...

Hunger is the best seasoning

By Chris Bils

September 20, 2010

When Jon Freeman took over as head coach for the Ashland University men's soccer program in 2010, the ambitious team wanted to accomplish more than they had in 2009. Back-to-back losses at the end of the season to Tiffin (GLIAC Tournament) and Lewis (NCAA Regionals) left a bad taste in the mouths of a ...

Three interceptions plague the Eagles in GLIAC opener

By Matt Brubaker

September 20, 2010

In the middle of September, with baseball season winding down and football season just beginning, turnovers can be viewed as good or bad. In baseball, you think of apple turnovers at the ballpark, which are good. In football, you think of interceptions and fumbles, which are bad. On Saturday, Sept. 11, the As...

Eagles and Chargers set to play first-ever night game at Jack Miller Stadium

BY Matt Brubaker

September 20, 2010

Jack Miller Stadium is not considered brand new anymore. However, it is completed and, in the words of head coach Lee Owens, "the best NCAA Division II facility in America." There have been plenty of records and Ashland firsts at Jack Miller Stadium already in just six home games: 1. Last year's home...

Goudy and Cooper lead Eagles on 2-game streak

By Nick Zavarella

September 20, 2010

After starting the season by defeating both Tiffin and Findlay by decisive 7-2 margins, Ashland's tennis team lost to Wayne State 8-1 during their opening weekend. While enjoying home court advantage, the ladies defeated Michigan Tech Saturday and Lake Superior state Sunday. The Eagles' 4-1 record pu...