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Eagles head north on hot streak, face Warriors

By Matt Brubaker

October 14, 2010

The Eagles are a perfect 2-0 in the month of October and have not turned the ball over in their last three games. Ashland travels to Wayne State this weekend to take on a Warriors team that has forced 20 turnovers in six games and are 5-1 overall, 4-1 in conference play. The Eagles come in with a recor...

Eagles on wrong side of split

By Nick Zavarella

October 14, 2010

Traveling away from Ashland was no good for the tennis team as they fell to Ferris State (7-2, 7-2 GLIAC) last Thursday and lost to Grand Valley State, both by scores of 5-4.   Ferris Last week's GLIAC Player of the Week won third singles followed by wins in fourth and fifth singles by senior Corinne Pasley and freshman Kir...

Flag Football Freak Week

By Tyler Shea

October 14, 2010

Bone-crunching injuries are plaguing this year's flag-football season. Several head-on collisions have induced concussions and broken bones over the course of two games. All of the collisions occurred within eight days of each other. The injuries suffered included two concussions, a fractured jaw and a ...

Dragons invade Eagle country Saturday

By Matt Brubaker

October 7, 2010

The weather is colder, the leaves are falling and it smells like football weather nationwide.For the Ashland Eagles, they're just hoping they can smell a victory come Saturday.The Tiffin Dragons (1-4) make their way eastward this weekend, looking to beat the Eagles for the first time. Ashland holds a 2-...

AU Eagles nab homecoming victory 37-17

AU Eagles nab homecoming victory 37-17

By Matt Brubaker

October 7, 2010

Lee Owens walked into the postgame press conference Saturday afternoon with a smile on his face, and for good reason. The Eagles won their first conference game of the season and snapped a three game losing skid by defeating the Northwood Timberwolves, 37-17 on a rainy afternoon at Jack Miller Stadium....

AU soccer remains unbeaten in GLIAC play

By Chris Bils

October 7, 2010

The Ashland men's soccer team was in action at home Friday against Northwood and again on Sunday as they took on Saginaw Valley State. The Eagles were able to stay unbeaten in GLIAC play, at 5-0-1, beating Northwood 2-1 and tying 1-1 against a tough Saginaw Valley State team. They scored three times whil...

AU Volleyball siezes victory

By Nick Zavarella

October 7, 2010

The Ashland University volleyball team is winners of five straight and seven of their last ten matches. The Eagles took advantage of home court by dropping only one set to Indianapolis during the first game of the home stand. The rest have been straight set victories for the purple and gold. Over the w...

AU Eagles linerbacker honored by GLIAC

By Sports Info

October 7, 2010

Ashland University senior linebacker Carmon Wolfe has been named the GLIAC defensive player of the week for Oct. 4.Wolfe had a career-high 17 tackles (11 solo) in AU's 37-17 win over Northwood last Saturday.The senior had two sacks (eight yards), three tackles for loss (14 yards) and a forced fumble.He led an AU ...

Men’s Golf places seventh at GLIAC Championships

By Sports Info

October 7, 2010

The Ashland University men's golf team finished seventh out of 11 teams Monday at the GLIAC Championships. This year's conference tournament was held at Grosse Ile Golf and Country Club in Grosse Ile, Mich. Wayne State hosted.Ferris State won the conference championship after a playoff with Wayne Stat...

Tennis Team falls to Northwood but defeats Saginaw

By Nick Zavarella

October 7, 2010

Coming off straight set wins over both Clarion and Lake Erie, the Ashland tennis team, 8-2 overall, 7-2 GLIAC, lost for the first time since Sept. 5. Northwood, 7-1, traveled to Ashland Friday and did what no other team could: beat AU at home. Saginaw Valley State was not so lucky. Northwood In singles...

Women’s Golf places third

By Sports Info

October 7, 2010

Thanks to aspirited rally Monday on the final day of play, the AshlandUniversity women's golf team placed third out of 14 teams at theGrand Valley State Laker Classic.This was a fieldloaded with quality teams from around the country. On Monday,Ashland shot 306. The only team to better that score was Flori...

Club Lacrosse gets serious

By Christina Miadich

September 30, 2010

Women at Ashland University can now play lacrosse, the fast-growing sport that has been gaining popularity around the world over the past few years. Several students questioned why AU's Rec Center had a club lacrosse team for men but not for women. Starting last spring, sophomores Samantha Powell an...