Tag Archives: Men’s sports

Student-athletes shine on and off field

Nolan Potts, ‘Doah Staff Writer January 21, 2015 When you become a student-athlete, you automatically become a reflection upon your respective school, no matter if it’s in middle school, high school or college. You represent your school in everything you do, whether it’s in the classroom, out in the community or in your sport. A student-athlete’s conduct is something that

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Changing of the guard

Josh Wax, ‘Doah Contributing Writer February 12, 2014 Los Angeles has always been notorious for producing successful sports franchises and memorable athletes. One of those infamous franchises over the years has been the National Basketball Association’s Los Angeles Lakers. The Lakers are 16-time NBA champions spanning from 1949 to 2010, with five of those championships being between 2000 and 2010.

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Wear and tear on Kevin Ware’s tibia

Steven Walker, ‘Doah Staff Writer April 10, 2013  What a year it has been for the NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament. Every year upsets surprise players and fans alike. However, this year, madness doesn’t even begin to describe the one “upset” that shocked our nation, Kevin Ware’s broken tibia. Louisville Cardinal Kevin Ware suffered a traumatizing injury in the NCAA regional

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Baseball winding up for the spring season

Laurie Connelly, ’Doah Staff Writer February 6, 2013 Baseball is in the air, and coach Kevin Anderson and his staff are prepared for this upcoming season. As he begins his 10th year with the Hornets, and the first time with the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC), Anderson believes that within the baseball program, there has been an increase of excellence for

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