Category Archives: Sports Columns

Semester without sports

Mike Neville – Sports Editor The fall semester for the Owls has been anything but ordinary. COVID-19 ended fall sports before they could even begin. The only thing the athletes could do is practice and keep their fingers crossed that COVID-19 will not steal spring sports away too. Although the Owls have attempted to keep athletics relevant through the “Owl

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Women’s hoops will be one to remember

Mike Neville – Sports Editor After winning just four conference games and finishing last season with a tough 10-18 overall record, the Owls women’s basketball team is reloaded and projects to exceed last year’s underwhelming results. This year, Head Coach Kate Lynch, entering her sixth season, has a roster of 13 players – eight of which are newcomers. However, the

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mens basketball success with returning starters

Mike Neville – Sports Editor Head coach Scott Burrell will have all hands-on deck with his assistant coaches Mark Fogel and Tavares Cambell as they gear up for basketball in 2021. Besides the obvious circumstances of COVID-19 ending fall sports and leaving winter sports in question, the Owls men’s basketball team has a lot more to look forward too. After

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Scott Burrell Reminisces Through “The Last Dance”

Hunter O. Lyle – Sports Editor In a world without sports, many fanatics find themselves trapped inside, watching old clips of their favorite players, day dreaming about when they could tune in at night to watch games live. This brings a whole new meaning to seasonal depression.   However, while times may seem dreary for sports fans now, ESPN is filling that void with a long-anticipated documentary,

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