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WASHINGTON — It's been more than two months since a major American sport has held a contest. March 11 was the day the NBA suspended play indefinitely after Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for the coronavirus. The NHL followed suit, as did Major League Baseball, postponing openin…

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Campus Recreation’s fitness instructors have made the switch to online live-

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While SIUE Athletics may seem to be brought to a standstill with COVID-19 regulations, SIUE’s Media relations and Broadcasting Specialist Joe Pott has found a different way to make sure SIUE fans get some fresh content.

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SIUE’s recruiting processes will be more challenging for the coaches now that the Ohio Valley Conference has enforced a travel ban due to the pandemic.

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When most people think of sports casting, they think of the play by plays, discussion of injuries, and the football field. Esports casting trades that for strategies, metas and cooldowns.

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This international women’s day, the Blues/Blackhawks game will be covered by an all-female broadcast team, something largely unheard of in the world of sports. According to the 2018 Associated Press Sports Editors Racial and Gender Report Card, only 10 percent of sports editors were women, s…

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This weekend was busy for Cougar Athletics, with wrestling ending their season and tennis making some stand out performances. Here’s a quick wrap up of what you missed this weekend: 

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In the Cougars’ third meet of the indoor track and field season, the men’s team placed third, while the women’s team ended the weekend with a sixth-place finish.

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SIUE students just enjoyed fall break and will soon be on winter break, but student athletes work hard in practices during breaks, just as they do during the academic year. Some do not even go home during breaks.

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Sunday’s Ohio Valley Conference Tournament Championship game marked the end of women’s soccer’s season, as they battled through regulation and two overtime periods to fall to Belmont in a penalty shootout. 

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The men’s basketball team opened their season with a definitive performance against the Fontbonne University Griffins on Tuesday night. Sophomore guard Cam Williams scored the first basket 17 seconds into the game and the Cougars didn’t give up the lead once on the way to their 104-57 win.

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The ending for the Blues was a happy one: David Perron scoring 1:28 into overtime to give the Blues a 5-4 win over the Red Wings. That goal was made possible by a power-play goal by Ryan O’Reilly with 4:38 to play in regulation that tied the game.

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Closing out the fall season, the Cougars finished with an overall 7-5 record in the ITA Central Regionals hosted by the University of Oklahoma.

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SIUE men’s soccer won with a score of 2-0 on Saturday in a slow and uncertain home game against Bowling Green State University. 

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University of Dayton, Western Illinois University and William Woods University were all no match for the Cougars this weekend. All nine SIUE players picked up at least one victory at the Cougar Invite.

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Last weekend, the Cougars played their first three home matches on the newly named First Community Arena against the University of Central Arkansas, Presbyterian College and Purdue University Fort Wayne. They lost all three matches, extending their losing streak.