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Throughout the past week, the Cougars have trouble keeping up with the competition, losing three games consecutively in the past week, but still, they persevere.

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After not being able to compete last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, club sports are now able to compete as normal, with women’s club basketball even getting to travel to Nebraska.  

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Two Cougar baseball players are projected to be top hitters this season, an honor for which they were recognized with preseason Ohio Valley Conference awards. 

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The SIUE Cougars played against Murray State Racers in a softball game at the Cougar's home ground, the Cougar Field. In spite of being on away soil, the Racers defeated the Cougars 6-1 in the third game of the series. 

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In their first match against William Woods University, women’s tennis won 7-0 in their third-straight shutout win.  

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SIUE’s student athletes have earned the second-highest combined GPA in the program’s history. The average GPA was 3.436, which is 0.6 higher than the average GPA for D1 athletes.

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Over winter break, SIUE’s Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball and Wrestling teams played numerous games despite many postponements and cancellations.

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SIUE Athletics joins the SIUE Foundation in Giving Tuesday, a fundraising initiative the university has participated in since 2014 in hopes of raising support for individual teams within the Athletics department. 

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The women’s soccer team brought home several Ohio Valley Conference awards, including two players winning Player of the Year awards and two freshman earning spots on the All-Newcomer team.

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Women’s soccer were crowned the Ohio Valley Conference Champions over the weekend. This is the second consecutive time women’s soccer has won the OVC Championship games and will now move on to the NCAA Division I Soccer Championship games to play on a national stage.