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The history of the three-pointer

Story by Jordan Williams, Sports Reporter

April 3, 2018

Filed under News, Sports, Sports Opinion

Innovation is bound to happen. Whether it comes to business or art, wherever human ingenuity is allowed to thrive innovation is not far behind. To most it’s a simple concept: as things grow they change, and basketball is no im...

Extra intramurals

Story by Toryano Carrigan, Student Reporter

March 27, 2018

Filed under News, Sports

Going into Spring Break, The Intramural Dodgeball tournament came to a conclusion. The tournament ran February 26- March 12. There was a total of nine teams; six guys teams and three girls teams. Each team consisted of six to e...

Well, they got that goin’ for ‘em: How has the women’s golf team been doing?

Story by Dylan Corey, Student Reporter

March 14, 2018

Filed under Sports

The HSU women’s golf team won their third tournament of the year on March 6 at the Diffie Ford Invitational in Oklahoma City. This was the teams third victory thus far, with the other two wins coming at the NSU Women’s Cla...

Playing for money… or not

Story by Jordan WIlliams, Sports Editor

March 14, 2018

Filed under Sports

June 21, 2005. NBA and the National Basketball Players Association come to an agreement that marked the end of an era in the sport of basketball. The two parties agreed to move up the age for players to enter the NBA draft to ...

We all gotta hang ‘em up sometime:Jordan says farewell to seniors who were honored at last week’s game

Story by Jordan Williams Sports Reporter

March 1, 2018

Filed under Entertainment, Mens Sports, News, Sports, Womens Sports

  Last week’s matchup up against OBU meant a lot more than just a win or lose on the record for the year, and it meant more than the Battle of the Ravine. Last week’s game meant so much more than anyone can imagine. Last...

Spirits vs. Weevils The basketball teams took on UAM last week

Story by Jordan Williams Sports Reporter

February 21, 2018

Filed under Campus News, Entertainment, Mens Sports, News, Opinion, Sports, Sports Opinion

  With just three games left in the regular season for the Reddies, each dribble seems to garner more and more importance. Every game gives each team a glimpse and what could more than likely be their post season form with t...

What the future holds How do the basketball teams stand?

Story by Jordan Williams Sports Editor

February 17, 2018

Filed under Mens Sports, News, Opinion, Sports

  Though it seems like the first tip was just last week, the Reddies time on the hardwood is quickly drawing to a close. With only five games remaining in the season, both the men’s and women’s teams are preparing themselv...

Five Things to Know About Swim Team

Story by Erin Wolfe, Student Reporter

January 30, 2018

Filed under Campus News, Entertainment, News, Opinion, Sports

  If you are debating going to a college swim meet, don’t even think... just do it. It is one of the most underhyped sports around. It’s exciting and you never know what is going to happen next. Before you go, however, ...

Doin Ok in Oklahoma: Jordan on the Basketball Teams

Story by Jordan WIlliams, Sports Reporter

January 30, 2018

Filed under Campus News, Entertainment, News, Opinion, Sports

  In what could’ve been called the Oklahoma Showcase, the Reddies hosted both Northwestern and Southwestern Oklahoma this past week in some electrifying matchups. They pit both the Men’s and Women’s teams against some o...

Ain’t No Rest For The Ballers

Story by Jordan WIlliams, Sports Reporter

January 23, 2018

Filed under Campus News, Mens Sports, News, Opinion, Sports, Sports Opinion, Womens Sports

  As classes came to a close in early December the campus grew empty as students left campus to return home for a much needed and well deserved break. The same cannot be said for the Reddies basketball teams who stayed hard at...

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