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Playoff run halted in semifinals


Hunter O. Lyle—Sports Editor In a heated match-up with longtime local rival University of New Haven, with the Owls just one win away from their first conference finals appearance in four years, Southern’s season ended just three miles away from where it started. In front of a sold out, frenzy of screaming fans, the Owls and the Chargers went head-to-head

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Men’s Basketball falls short against the Yellow Jackets


Matt Gad—Sports Writer With only a few games left in the regular season, the men’s basketball team was unable to complete the comeback against NE10 conference opponent American International College. As only one game separates the top four teams in the NE10 Southwest Division, and with the season wrapping up quickly, the urgency to win was in high demand for

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Owls have career night


Matt Gad—Sports Writer The Owls (12-8, 7-5) saw a grind-out performance last Saturday, including a powerful stretch run to eventually put away No. 25 Bentley (15-5, 8-5). Senior guards Isaiah McLeod and Kaelen Ives both dropped career-highs, with 33 for McLeod and 29 for Ives, and sophomore guard transfer C.J. Seaforth pulled in 22 of his own. Both teams scored

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Heartbreaker for Owls


Matt Gad – Sports Writer With only four regular season games left, Southern came into Saturday hoping to improve on their recent winning ways, but Saint Rose came to play. A see-saw affair, the Golden Knights were able to secure their 21st win of the season, and their 13th in-conference, by a final margin of 72-70. “We came out sluggish,”

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Mallory scores team high, 24 points, over Franklin Pierce


Matt Gad – Sports Writer Saturday Jan. 21, two of the Northeast-10 conference’s very best teams went head-to-head. As always, senior captain and guard Michael Mallory, Southern’s all-time scoring leader, was on his game from the tip. Mallory shined with 24 points, including five rebounds, 10 assists and a steal in 39 minutes of work. The final statistics concluded that

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