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With SIUE approaching the middle of the spring semester, some spring sports are just starting and some are nearing an end. Here’s where each sport stands. 

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The women’s basketball team took down Illinois State in their regular season opener Sunday with a final score of 68-61. The Cougars overcame the Redbirds for the lead in the fourth quarter after spending most of the first three quarters down by at least three points.

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The women’s basketball team finished their four-game home stand with two conference wins to improve their overall record to 10-9 and their conference record to 7-1.

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In their first home games of 2018, the women’s basketball team fell to the Belmont University Bruins, but bounced back three days later to defeat the Tennessee State University Tigers. 

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The Cougars hosted the Eastern Illinois Panthers Feb. 25, for the final game of the Ohio Valley Conference and of the regular season.

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Junior guard Donshel Beck (31) shoots a jumper under Governor defense Feb. 15, during the 76-69 win over Austin Peay State University in the Vadalabene Center.

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After dropping two conference games and falling in the league, the women’s basketball team bounced back and recovered ground in the Ohio Valley Conference standings. The Cougars are now 12-16 overall and improved to 8-6 in the OVC.

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The Cougars have dropped two more games, bringing their February record to 1-3 with three games left in the month. In their most recent games, the Cougars fell to the Southeast Missouri State University Redhawks Feb. 8, in Cape Girardeau, Mo., and suffered another loss to the University of T…

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The Cougars are continuing their rise in the Ohio Valley Conference, after winning five of their last six games — all conference matchups.

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After a 7-point victory over the Utah Valley University Wolverines on Dec. 2, SIUE fell to the Vanderbilt University Commodores in the championship game on Dec. 3. The Cougars traveled to the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado for the Air Force Classic tournament. 

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The women’s basketball team traveled to Nashville, Tenn. for the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament on Tuesday, March 3. The Cougars fell to Belmont University, but not before winning an overtime thriller against Southeast Missouri State University.

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Four weeks ago the athletic administrative staff made the decision to cut funding to allow the band and cheerleaders to travel with the women’s basketball team to the Ohio Valley Conference Finals, according to director of athletics, Brad Hewitt.

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The women’s basketball team was handed its first home loss since Friday, Dec. 11 by the University of Tennessee at Martin Skyhawks on Saturday, Feb. 6 at the Vadalabene Center. The 85-79 loss put the Cougars in second place in the Ohio Valley Conference and boosted the Skyhawks to number one.

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The women’s basketball team traveled to Clarksville, Tenn. to take on the Austin Peay State University Governors on Wednesday, Jan. 27. The 72-61 win over APSU gave the Cougars their fifth straight win and boosted their Ohio Valley Conference record to 8-1. 

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The women’s basketball team took on the Southeast Missouri State University Redhawks on Wednesday, Jan. 20 at the Vadalabene Center. The Cougars won the game 80-73 to take the lead in the Ohio Valley Conference.

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The women’s basketball team started a three-game home stretch Thursday, Jan. 14 at the Vadalabene Center. The Cougars took on the Morehead State University Eagles in a 90-81 win.

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The women’s basketball team started a three-game home stretch on Thursday, Jan. 14 at the Vadalabene Center. The Cougars took on the Morehead State University Eagles in a90-81 win.

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The women’s basketball team rallied past the Jacksonville State Gamecocks with a 62-57 win Thursday, Dec. 31 in Jacksonville, Ala.

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The women’s basketball team traveled to Carbondale at noon Friday, Dec. 4.  The Cougars attemped to extend their winning streak to three, after opening their seven-game road stretch with four consecutive losses. SIUE fell to Carbondale 71-57 and dropped to 3-5 on the year.

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Women’s basketball Head Coach Paula Buscher nominated women’s basketball player Gwen Adams, a sophomore psychology major from Ferguson, Mo.,  for the 2016 All-State WBCA and NABC Good Works Teams award.

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The women’s basketball team opened its regular season with a 93-67 victory against the Northern Illinois University Huskies on Friday, Nov. 13 at 5:30 p.m. in the Vadalabene Center.  Head Coach Paula Buscher and the Cougars looked to avenge their 2014-15 regular season loss against the Huski…

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The women’s basketball team opened its regular season with a 93-67 victory against the Northern Illinois University Huskies on Friday, Nov. 13 at 5:30 p.m. in the Vadalabene Center.  Head Coach Paula Buscher and the Cougars looked to avenge their 2014-15 regular season loss against the Huski…

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Women’s basketball player Shronda Butts was recently  awarded Ohio Valley Conference Basketball Preseason Player of the Year. Butts received this award based on her stats from the previous season, as well as her preseason play. 

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With a dominating performance on both ends of the court, the SIUE women’s basketball team ran past Murray State University on Saturday, Jan. 24, defeating the conference-worst Racers 78-52 to move the Cougars’ win streak to seven games.

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With a strong second-half performance, the women’s basketball team improved to 6-1 in the Ohio Valley Conference with a 60-48 victory against Southeast Missouri State University on Tuesday, Jan. 20.

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Men’s Soccer ends season in second round of NCAA Tournament

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The SIUE women’s basketball team completed its season with a 71-59 loss to Jacksonville State in the opening round of the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament Wednesday, March 5.  The team finished with an overall record of 11-19.