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Six athletes join AU hall of fame

Zach Read, MANAGING EDITOR OF THE COLLEGIAN

September 20, 2018

This Saturday (Sept. 22) will mark the 34th induction ceremony for six decorated former student athletes into the Ashland University Athletics Hall of Fame. The inductees include: Vince Cashdollar (football- ‘08), Brandon Cornell (baseball- ‘05), Mary Kate Glowe (volleyball- ‘08), Casey Jirsa...

One more season: Sue Ramsey will retire after her 20th year coaching Eagles women’s basketball

Kevin Stoicovy

September 25, 2014

Ashland University women’s head basketball coach Sue Ramsey said she will retire from coaching after the 2014-2015 season. On Monday, Ramsey addressed her decision to step down from coaching after spending the past two decades as the leader of the AU women’s basketball program.“I am both humbled a...

Record home crowd a positive sign

Zack Lemon

September 19, 2014

Saturday's game was a special one, and hopefully a sign of more to come. Anthony Taylor tied the career touchdown record with his touchdown run in the third quarter, adding another note to his already prolific career. However, he is far removed from his season last year as the only back in the Eagles’ ...

Volleyball drops two more: Eagles travel home in search of first win

Kate Lentz

September 19, 2014

Sept. 12 @ Findlay : L 3-1Coming off of a 0-4 record after the Concordia-St. Paul tournament, the Ashland University Eagles went into their first GLIAC match, against the University of Findlay Oilers, with hopes to turn the tables in their favor. Although the Eagles did take the first set of the match, 2...

Baum named national runner of the week

Kevin Stoicovy

September 19, 2014

AU senior runner Brian Baum is no stranger to accolades and top finishes. Whether it’s winding and weaving a cross-country course or sprinting around a circular track, Baum has shown time and time again he can not only run with the best, but also be the best. Baum earned his second straight first ...

Eagles sore past Walsh: Treats record home crowd to 41-17 win

Bailey Bretz

September 19, 2014

A Jack Miller Stadium/Fred Martinelli field record 4,923 fans watched Ashland University (2-0) cruise past Walsh University (1-1) in a 41-17 victory on Sept. 13.The offensive leader of the game was senior running back Anthony Taylor. Taylor had 22 carries for 132 yards and one touchdown. That touchdo...

Passion, Pride, Honor, Family: Why athletes don’t quit their sports

Passion, Pride, Honor, Family: Why athletes don’t quit their sports

Martina Baca

September 19, 2014

“You better lose yourself in the music, the moment/You own it, you better never let it go.” This is the sound of Eminem playing in Kyle Tomko’s iPhone while he bench presses 275 pounds. He is focused. He is ready to go on the football field and leave nothing behind. Joe Brandt enters a big room ...

Eagle’s Nest business patterns change

Hallie Carrino

September 19, 2014

With much talk of a university-wide debt crisis and budget cuts, many students are left wondering where Ashland University will look to make ends meet.One of the places that AU students have worried about is the Eagle’s Nest.  Thoughts of reduce staffing have made some nervous that the Nest might ...

New tagline features unique student experiences

Teresa Williams

September 19, 2014

At the start of the school year, Ashland University launched their new tagline of “Where extraordinary happens on ordinary days” to more closely reflect the value that AU provides for students. The idea for the new tagline originated during a meeting last school year involving a discussion regardin...

Vouchers aren’t going anywhere, university says

Hallie Carrino

September 19, 2014

As the semester winds down, many students look forward to the opportunity to use their meal swipes in the campus bookstore.  Last year however, students got an unpleasant surprise when they saw that the $100 gift certificate to the bookstore would now cost them 30 meal swipes, not 25. To those studen...

Lynne Cheney talks about James Madison in Ashbrook lecture

Zack Lemon

September 19, 2014

Monday night, the Ashbrook Center held their annual Constitution Day lecture. This year, however, had a slightly different twist. Rather than a staight lecture, Lynne Cheney, author of  James Madison: A Life Reconsidered and wife to former Vice President Dick Cheney, held a conversation with the audience, foc...

AU volleyball drops opening matches

AU volleyball drops opening matches

Kate Lentz

September 11, 2014

Cass Dixon and the Eagles started off this year like years past with a season-opening tournament. This year, the team traveled to St. Paul, Minnesota where they met up with Concordia St. Paul, Missourt S&T, Southwest Minnesota State, and Wheeling Jesuit. AU v. Concordia- St. PaulL 3-0 14-25, 13-25, 13-25...