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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...

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...

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...

Eagles drop third in a row at Northern Michigan

By Matt Brubaker

September 30, 2010

The Eagle football team is swimming in uncharted waters in 2010. Over the last three seasons, the Eagles have won 23 of their 34 games and have made the playoffs twice. The going has been tough as of late though, as the Eagles fell Saturday, Sept. 25, to the Northern Michigan Wildcats, 23-19, for th...

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...

AU Tennis sweeps competition

By Nick Zavarella

September 30, 2010

The Ashland University tennis team (6-1) has played very well all year while Ohio Dominican has won its previous six matches. Unfortunately, their match (Sept. 24) was suspended with no other scheduled matchups. Unlike ODU, AU did play Clarion and Lake Erie last Sunday and beat both teams by identical 9-0 m...

AU Cross Country scores trophys at second meet

By Sports Info

September 30, 2010

Both Ashland University cross country teams won team trophies Saturday (Sept. 25) at the Otterbein Invitational. This was Ashland's second meet of the season. The AU men finished first in a field of 18 teams. The AU women took top honors among 19 teams. The Eagles had the top individual in both races....

For AU Volleyball, there’s no place like home

By Nick Zavarella

September 30, 2010

After the big win against Indianapolis last week, the women's volleyball team blew away Ohio Dominican (2-6, 0-6 GLIAC) and took care of business against the Dragons of Tiffin. Ashland dismissed both ODU (Sept. 24) as well as Tiffin (Sept. 25) in straight sets. ODU It was birthday night for 6'0" jun...

AU Golf finishes fourth

By Sports Info

September 30, 2010

Thanks to a second-day spurt, the AU women's golf team finished fourth Tuesday (Sept. 28) at the Ball State Cardinal Classic. AU was in eighth place after the first day of action. Ashland shot 309 the first day and 304 Tuesday. The Eagles finished with a team score of 613. First place went to Wester...

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...