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Ashland athletics are more than football and basketball

By Kevin Stoicovy

August 15, 2013

It is no secret that Ashland Univeristy has great athletics. But some of Ashland’s more exciting sports seem underhanded to mainstream athletics.With recent success in “mainstream” sports such as football and basketball, it isn’t uncommon to see many students showing up at Jack Miller Stadium or Ka...

AU student has big plans for the future

By Kevin Stoicovy

March 7, 2013

Most college students begin to find what career paths are best suited for them later in their college careers. Brien Conrad is no exception. The junior exercise science major from Coshocton, Ohio has begun to filter out his options going forward in selecting a career and figuring out a plan to pursue t...

AU earns revenge against the Warriors

By Richard Quick and Kevin Stoicovy

November 15, 2012

Wayne State The AU women’s volleyball team had nothing but earning victory on their minds going into their second to last match of the season on Friday night. The Eagles cruised their way to a 3-1 win over the Wayne State Warriors (16-12, 10-7) (Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference) at Kate...

How about a little love for men’s basketball?

By Kevin Stoicovy

November 8, 2012

Ever since I left Erie, Pa. and moved to Ashland, I have realized something different in the way Ohio natives view basketball. It doesn’t matter if it is Division IV high school basketball or the Cleveland Cavaliers, I hear conversations about basketball around this campus much more than I ever did...

Eagles face familiar foe in opener

By Kevin Stoicovy

August 30, 2012

It’s that time of year again. It’s that time of year when schools all across the country are represented by groups of large, highly competitive men that hit the snot out of each other. It’s that time of year when Ashland’s quiet fall evenings are interrupted by a cannon blast that erupts from J...

Baseball hits a wall

By Kevin Stoicovy

April 26, 2012

The baseball team has had a successful season thus far. After winning four straight games against Saginaw Valley State April 14 and 15, the Eagles had an impressive Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference record of 14-6. They took that record into last weekend with road games against Tiffin an...

Baseball team catching fire in midseason

By Kevin Stoicovy

April 19, 2012

After playing against future Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference opponents Malone and Walsh, the baseball team traveled to north to Michigan, where they took three of four against Northwood. The Eagles had a record of 10-8 (3-1 GLIAC) at that point. They will play against GLIAC opponents fo...

AU baseball 4-5 since returning from Florida

By Kevin Stoicovy

March 29, 2012

The baseball team started off its season with a spring training trip to Central Florida to play in the Russ Matt Invitational.  The team played a total of 11 games down south and finished with a record of 6-5.  The trip was highlighted by a win against nationally ranked No. 15 Minnesota State-Mankato, ...