NSU softball looks to improve

Published 10/2/17

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Zach Cobler, TNE Writer

The RiverHawks softball program ended their season last year earlier than wanted. The RiverHawks finished the season 23-28 and 11-15 in MIAA play. The RiverHawks did not make the MIAA postseason tournament.

RiverHawk baseball’s alumni weekend is on deck

Published 10/2/17

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Emily Osborne, TNE Writer

NSU baseball is expecting a full weekend when the alumni come to town. The first weekend of October will be packed full of events for the RiverHawks. From junior college scrimmages and a home run derby to a golf tournament, there will be something for all the alumni returning to Tahlequah.

Football looks past homecoming distractions

Published 9/27/17

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Zach Cobler, TNE Writer

Homecoming brings an excitement to college campuses as the college football season carries on. The excitement grows the closer schools get to their homecoming. Homecoming comes with a variety of activities that students are encouraged to engage in. These activities all propose distractions for the college football players as they try to focus on the game. This is no different for the NSU players. 

Basketball teams embrace new

Published 9/25/17

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Valeriia Efimenko, TNE Writer

Both NSU men’s and women’s basketball teams confidently stepped into preseason. Half of the women’s team is new this year. There were six new players recruited, including two freshmen and four transfers. There are also two new coaches and one returning graduate assistant coach. On the men’s side, there were 13 new players brought in, some of them high school transfers, some from junior colleges and some 4-year transfers. The head coach and assistant coach are also new.


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