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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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First round victory


Hunter O. Lyle—Sports Editor In their second consecutive year hosting the first round of the NE10 playoffs, Southern snuck past Stonehill College with a big effort from senior guard Kealen Ives. Coming in as the fourth seed, (12-8 in NE10) in the Southwest Division, the Owls took on the fifth seed in the Northeast Division Stonehill (8-13 in NE10), who

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Men’s basketball survives first round of playoffs


Hunter O. Lyle—Sports Editor In their second consecutive year hosting the first round of the playoffs, Southern snuck past Stonehill College with a big effort from senior guard Kealan Ives. Coming in as the fourth seed (12-8 in NE10) in the Southwest Division, the Owls took on the fifth seed in the Northeast Division, Stonehill (8-13 in NE10), who they

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Owls survive regular season


Hunter O. Lyle—Sports Editor With a chance to enter the NE10 playoffs on the line, the women’s basketball team snuck out an overtime win against Pace University, 80-78. Not only was this game a do-or-die scenario, as well as a sneaky win in overtime, it was also Senior Night for three Owls: guard Amanda Pfohl and forwards Allie Smith, and

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NBA season is almost here


Bobby Martinez – Sports Writer  It’s almost that time– the time where we get to see Lebron James back at home playing for the Cavs, return of not only the Black Mamba, but also Derrick Rose. Are you ready? The announcement that shocked the NBA world wasn’t like the 2010 decision on national television. It was through Instagram where Lebron

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Playoffs on the horizon for Major League Baseball


Bobby Martinez – Sports Writer After a very disappointing 2013 season, highlighted by the signing of all-star Albert Pujols, the Los Angeles Angels (80-53) are tied for MLB’s best record at the end of August. To no one’s surprise, the Oakland Athletics (78-55) have been the most consistent team all season and are fighting the Angels for the league’s best

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