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Spring sports recap

Drew Windle holds up his first-place trophy at the NCAA Outdoor Championships this past spring. Windle took first place in the 800.

By Chris Bils

August 15, 2013

When all was said and done, 2012-13 was the greatest season in the history of Ashland University athletics. Women’s basketball brought home the first team national championship in school history. Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championships were won in football, men’s track and field, women’...

We’re number one!

By Chris Bils

March 21, 2013

Set aside the speed at which they can run or swim, the distances that they can throw and the heights they can vault and jump. Forget about all of that stuff for a second. College athletes are amazing. They have all of the classes and commitments as most regular students, and then they have more: morning...

Track eyeing glory in Birmingham

By Zack Lemon

March 7, 2013

After a second-place finish in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference tournament, falling short of criminally oversized Grand Valley State, both the men’s and women’s track and field teams look forward to indoor Nationals. AU will send one of the largest groups down—the largest gr...

From the pool to the podium

By Richard Quick

March 7, 2013

Cynthia Watt is a quirky hybrid of a freshman and a sophomore at Ashland University, and she is on her way to earning her first All-American when the track and field team competes at indoor nationals next week in Birmingham, Ala. She is currently ranked eighth in the nation with a mark of 61 feet, 8.5...