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Field hockey beats Molloy Two


Two-year dry streak ends with dominating performance from Owls Hunter O. Lyle — Sports Editor After claiming a 4-1 victory over Molloy College, the field hockey team can finally rejoice in breaking their two-year losing-streak. The Owls entered this game coming off a closely fought overtime loss against Mercy College. Straight out of the starting gates, the Owls pushed the ball

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Volleyball seals victory late against Saint Rose


Edward Rudman — Contributor The women’s volleyball team snapped a three game losing streak after they soundly defeated the visiting College of Saint Rose, sweeping the Golden Knights 3-0 in one of two games they will play this weekend. Hitter Jennifer Dawson, a graduate student, collected 11 kills and 15 digs on the offensive end. Dawson was also able to

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Student athletes make most of fifth year


Sam Tapper — Sports Writer Many collegiate athletes across the country have careers spanning a typical four years. However, many circumstances may lead to an athlete playing for a fifth year as a graduate student, and many graduate student athletes see the extra year as an opportunity, for multiple reasons. Some graduate students transferred from other schools with one year

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Young quarterback finds elite company


Sam Tapper — Sports Writer Traditionally, most Southern football recruits come from the Northeast Region, but for their new starting quarterback, freshman Jackson Ostrowsky, it took five states and a highlight tape to become an Owl. Ostrowsky comes to Southern having grown up and lived most of his life in Mount Pleasant, Mich., roughly two hours from Detroit. However, he

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