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SCSU men’s basketball team under review by NCAA for fight incident

Edgar Ayala – Sports Editor A total of 39 days have passed and still no word on the incident. Last month, on March 12, Southern Connecticut’s men’s basketball team were involved in a brawl that occurred at the end of the Owls’ 92-90 loss in the first round game of the NCAA Division II East region tournament against Saint Thomas Aquinas College.

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SPOOF: NCAA passes new law to pay athletes

Edgar Ayala – Sports Writer The National Collegiate Athletic Association passed down a new law that will see student-athletes from all three divisions get compensated for their performances.  The new act is set to be in effect beginning on April 1.   The news came abruptly this Wednesday morning when President Mark Allen Emmert announced that he made a “tough” decision for

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Student athletes need time to rest

Jene Thomas – General Assignment Reporter  In addition to 12-18 hours a week for classes, Southern student athletes are expected to dedicate around eight hours in five days for conditioning, according to field hockey player Vienna Pallisco, collaborative education major. Oh, and that’s just during the off-season. Pallisco said in the fall when the field hockey season is in session,

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