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A Mcgregor vs Khabib rematch is exactly what the UFC and Dana White need

Mike Neville – Sports Editor The UFC president Dana White is all about the money and it appears to be that the million-dollar man is desperate to convince Khabib Nurmagomedov to come out of retirement and have another fight with Conor McGregor.   When UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov announced his retirement after securing a submission victory against Justin Gaethje at UFC 254, shock and unanswered questions arose.   Fans were left wondering why is he

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Some sports face challenges with indoor practices

Edward Rudman – Sports Writer As spring sports approach, not many of the teams had a chance to get on any of the fields around campus due to the snowfall this semester. So far, practices have been regulated to indoor facilities.    Sports such as baseball, softball and lacrosse have all been practicing indoors, whether it be in Pelz Gymnasium or Moore Field House.  However, coaches from

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Martinez a leader on and off the softball field

Mike Neville – Sports Editor From being an opposing figure on the pitching mound to a key member of Athletes Fighting Injustice, senior softball pitcher Jasmyn Martinez has left her mark on the Southern community.   Raised in Middletown New York, the discovery of Martinez was almost accidental in the words of head coach Jillian Rispoli.   “We originally went to one of her

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Lynch featured on Super 75

Edward Rudman – Sports Writer Women’s Basketball Head Coach Kate Lynch was recently featured on “The Super 75”, a list, of the region’s best wings in women’s basketball, sponsored by D2 East Hoops.  “I really don’t look at it as an individual award because it’s not.  I wouldn’t have had that opportunity and I wouldn’t be where I am without my teammates,” said Lynch.  “To me, when I look back,

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Football RECRUITMENT has different look

Edward Rudman – Sports Writer The COVID-19 pandemic has forced everyone to get creative when it comes to regular, daily parts of life, and this includes Southern’s athletic programs recruiting high school players to attend and represent the university.    Football head coach Tom Godek announced the Owls’ initial recruiting class for 2021 on February 5.  There are 19 future student-athletes who committed to

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