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Football Suffers Loss to Henderson State

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Football Suffers Loss to Henderson State

By Meagan Lindamood   The Savage Storm kicked off the new season with a home game against the Henderson State Reddies.   The Storm fell to the Reddies last season with a score of 60-17, this year SE loss with a score of 23-16.   SE was the first to throw points on the board…

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She’s Awesome

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She’s Awesome

By Kaylie Baxter       “She is just awesome,” replied Graduate Assistant Kaley Jacobson when asked to elaborate on freshman volleyball standout Abby Jameson. “She has proven herself from day one,” added Head Coach of the Southeastern Savage Storm volleyball team Brianna Barry. Abby Jameson is a Freshman Sociology major from Prosper, TX. She…

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Basketball Player Profiles

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Basketball Player Profiles

 

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Storm works toward conference play

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Storm works toward conference play

Men’s basketball picks up much needed wins; women add to the win column. Madison Thames, Staff Writer The Savage Storm basketball team has leveled out their record with a few conference wins. Now holding an 8-9 record overall and a 4-5 record in Great American Conference play, they are now in a four-way tie for…

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Intramural basketball takes to the court

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Intramural basketball takes to the court

Olivia Potter, Staff Writer This spring Southeastern will be hosting the intramural basketball season in the Glenn D. Johnson Student Union. Intramural sports are held within the school and are played for fun. Students compete against other teams from their college. It is also meant to be competitive and can be a good source of…

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Bowl Bound

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Bowl Bound

Nick McCoy, Contributing Writer The Savage Storm football team will be playing in the Texarkana Live United Bowl against Central Missouri State on Saturday, Dec. 6 at noon. Both teams have a 7-4 record. This will mark the third bowl game in program history for Southeastern and the first since the 1994 Aztec Bowl, which…

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Cowboy Up, Rodeo team raises $20k to aid seasons to come

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Cowboy Up, Rodeo team raises $20k to aid seasons to come

Spencer Weddle, Staff Writer The second Betty Gayle Cooper Ratliff Alumni Rodeo took place on Nov. 15 and was very successful. The event is named for the former rodeo coach and equestrian center manager at SE, Betty Gayle Cooper Ratliff. She worked at SE for 23 years before passing away from breast cancer in 1999….

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Basketball hosts themed nights

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Basketball hosts themed nights

Jan. 26: Organization Night All campus organizations are encouraged to come and cheer on SE basketball. Feb. 5: 80’s Night Fans should wear their best 1980s era outfit. Feb. 19: Hawaiian Nights Everyone is encouraged to wear their coolest Hawaiian shirt. Feb. 26: White Out SE will play their rivals ECU and all fans should…

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SE women start 8-0, Men on two game winning streak

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SE women start 8-0, Men on two game winning streak

Molly Raley, Managing Editor The Southeastern women’s basketball team has started their season with a 8-0 record. All thanks to good defense and an offense that is a threat from behind the arc. “What we are really pleased with is the fact that we won all of our games in the fashion that we have…

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EC-Whoo: rivalry recognized since 1909

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EC-Whoo: rivalry recognized since 1909

Molly Raley, Managing Editor A rivarly that has been going strong since 1909 faced off once again in the 2014 edition. The Southeastern football team traveled to Ada where they competed against East Central University. Though the game was on Saturday, Nov. 15, the prior week held many EC-Whoo events on the Southeastern campus. Thoughout…

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