Women’s basketball suffered a loss from Eastern Michigan University on Sunday. The team nearly pulled ahead in the final quarter, but was unable to keep up the momentum.
For the women’s basketball’s first game of the year and the exhibition game to start the season, SIUE faced an old rival, the Missouri S&T Miners, losing in the final minutes of the game by three points.
Junior international business major Roland Prenzler of Edwardsville is a member of the men’s cross country team, and one of its many record holders.
A few years ago, when I was just a reporter starting at The Alestle, the editors needed someone to cover an upcoming basketball game. Most of the staff was busy that night, and I was one of the only people who could attend, so I offered to take it. Growing up, my family watched baseball and …
The Big O Classic proved to be a success for many Cougars, including Anthony Ruthey, who finished second with the lowest 54-hole total of his career, as well as Brady Kauffmann and Alex Eickhoff, who tied for 10th place with some of their career lows.
Despite a long break, and an unfortunate gap in practice due to COVID-19, men’s basketball is preparing for their first game of the season.
The Cougars played their second home game against the Evansville Purple Aces in the Missouri Valley Conference, which resulted in a 2-1 loss for SIUE.
The women’s basketball team announced that they have organized a trip to Italy in June of 2023. As this is the first European tour for the team, the staff and student athletes are looking forward to the experience.
The Cougar’s basketball program has an experienced new director, Jacob Smith, who has big goals going into his first year with the two teams.
The Cougars played their most recent Missouri Valley Conference home game against the Belmont Bruins on Sept. 24, which ended in a 1-0 loss.
Adam Albertsen, head coach, said the squad had a good showing for their first event. He said it was nice to get out there to compete against new competitors this past weekend.
The women’s softball team welcomes new head coach Ben Sorden who he has a long and experienced resume with softball.
This semester’s group fitness classes at the Student Fitness Center include dance, cardio and strength training, with classes like cycling and high intensity interval training.
After a vote from the coaches and media communications directors of the Ohio Valley Conference, women’s soccer was voted as most likely to win the OVC this year, following their win last year.
After an unexpected weather delay, the exhibition game resumed in a close 1-1 tie during the second period before a winning goal by the University of Illinois-Springfield.
With two minutes remaining in the second period, the Cougars broke the tie against Indiana State, resulting in a 2-1 win.
Terrance McGee and Kristof Kendrick are bringing their talents to SIUE’s men’s basketball team as the newest assistant coaches.
In the last season of women’s tennis, Jill Lambrechts boasted a 13-game winning streak and led the team with a 22-4 record. With a 4.0 GPA, she became the first SIUE tennis player to earn CoSIDE Academic All-District Honors and won Ohio Valley Conference co-player of the year for tennis.
The only professional tennis tournament in the St. Louis area, Edwardsville Futures, is preparing for a week of men’s tennis and community events.
With increasing, temperatures regularly reaching 100 degrees and continuing to rise, staying active isn’t always easy. If the gym isn’t an option, there are plenty of ways to be active in your own home.
After a roller coaster of a season, men and women’s track and field ended the season with a trip to the Ohio Valley Conference championship, taking multiple top three finishes.
Pro Wrestling Epic brought stunts including tables and chairs, six wrestlers in the ring at once and glow sticks to Alton, Illinois in their “Unsigned and Upset” event.
SIUE Athletic Director, Tim Hall, is appointed to the NCAA Softball Selection Committee through the help of the Ohio Valley conference.
Reflecting on their recent win and the previous weeks of the season, the Cougars remain focused on the OVC Championship.
SIUE Tennis will be playing in the Ohio Valley Conference championship for the first time since 2017 after winning their match against Tennessee State.
SIUE men’s soccer coaching staff got a new addition with the hiring of Jordan Grant. The team has been without an assistant coach since Nov. of 2021 and recently hired Grant in March 2022.
The most recent Late Night at the MUC event was mini golf in the Meridian Ballroom, with a glow-in-the-dark twist.
The Cougars won their first Ohio Valley Conference series of the year against UT Martin, with two back-to-back shutouts for the first time in their OVC history.
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.
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.
SIUE Tennis remains undefeated this season after securing a win over Bradley University. The team is now nationally ranked, the first time in the program’s D1 history.
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.
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.
Head baseball coach Sean Lyons said he’s optimistic about the upcoming season, as the team is finally in a position where they have veteran players on the offensive side and the mound.