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Women’s Soccer coach resigns

by Tom Brown STAFF WRITER Robyn Serge, Benedictine University women’s soccer coach, informed her team last week that she has stepped down from her job as Head Coach of the Women’s soccer team. Serge had been the team’s Head Coach since 2006. According to Benedictine Athletic Director Mark McHorney, Serge has resigned due to move … Continue reading

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Women’s basketball falls at Marian

by Zaid Siddiqui GUEST WRITER Despite mounting a comeback, the Benedictine University women’s basketball team fell to Marian University 67-61 on Saturday afternoon. The Eagles trailed by as many as 18 points in the first half, while Marian shot a blistering 47 percent. Before halftime, BenU managed to trim the deficit down to 11 points. … Continue reading

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Men’s Basketball loses by three

by Luke Stanczyk SPORTS EDITOR Despite coming back from 14 points down, the Benedictine Eagles (4-10, 3-4) dropped a close game to Marian University Sabres (4-11, 1-6) 67-64 on Saturday. Down three, junior guard Jamison Montgomery rebounded a Marian miss with 18 seconds left. With no timeouts left, senior Nate Green took it upon himself … Continue reading

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BCS Letdown

by Tom Brown STAFF WRITER The game termed the “rematch of the century” by college football fans and experts alike disappointed most fans, as the second-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide dominated from start to finish and defeated the top-ranked LSU Tigers 21-0 in the BCS national Championship game held on Jan. 9 in the New Orleans Superdome. Many … Continue reading

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From the Sidelines: 12-7

by Luke Stanczyk (SPORTS EDITOR), John Pierri (STAFF WRITER), and Tom Brown (STAFF WRITER) Staff Writer Tom Brown Question 1- Who will be the Bulls starting Shooting Guard? Someone on the current roster or someone from the outside? Tom Brown- Staff Writer- I think the Bulls starting shooting guard next year will be Caron Butler. … Continue reading