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Cougars Aim to Defend Title

Cougars Aim to Defend Title

September 9, 2013

  Anyone who steps into head coach Mark Stauffer’s office can see that he takes great pride...

Underclassmen Step Up to the Plate

Jimmy Fisher, Reporter

September 9, 2013

With multiple MAC and Freedom Conference titles throughout the past few seasons, the baseball team has never lacked talent or the will to win, but this season it is missing something it hasn’t missed in years: a veteran roster. After losing 14 seniors to May graduation, the baseball team is left with a roster consisting...

First Down

First Down

September 9, 2013

With six home football games, the Cougars are looking to lock down the team’s first win. Players...

Women Cougar Sports 2012-2013 Seasons in Review

Women Cougar Sports 2012-2013 Seasons in Review

Highlander Editorial Staff

May 9, 2013

Soccer The women's soccer team recorded the best record in school history. The team finished with a...

Men’s Cougar Sports 2012-2013 Seasons in Review

Men’s Cougar Sports 2012-2013 Seasons in Review

Highlander Editorial Staff

May 9, 2013

Football   The football team completed its first season in university history. Finished the yea...

Tambur Field’s double header dedication

Tambur Field’s double header dedication

May 9, 2013

The Cougar community officially dedicated Tambur Field on April 27 in between games of a doubleheader...

MU Women’s Tennis

April 25, 2013

Off-Season Soccer Players Ready to Score

Lindsay Usarzewicz, Reporter

April 22, 2013

The Women’s soccer team is training hard during the spring season. “This gets the girls back into that 90 minute game fitness that they need to be at by August,” said head coach Mark Stauffer. The team gets about a month to play and practice before players end spring training with a play day, which consists of three...

March Contest Renders Winner

Jeremy Way, Reporter

April 22, 2013

The 2013 men’s NCAA basketball tournament concluded with crowning the Louisville University Cardinals as champions, and participants in bracket challenges have claimed their share of that victory. Students participated in the March Madness chaos as they filled out their predictions as to who would win each round and ultimately...

Graduated From Class, Not Field

Graduated From Class, Not Field

April 22, 2013

First semester Doctor of Physical Therapy student Caitlin Cromley crushed two home runs, leading the...

Spring Soccer Season Proves Popular

Jeremy Way, Reporter

April 8, 2013

Spring's warm weather is welcoming the return of soccer, but it's growth – not play – that drives players. Head Coach Chuck Edkins said the challenge is to strategically place players. “This spring season, we will focus on our system and who fits best in each position,” said Edkins. “The most challenging thing...

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