Djimde finds delayed, fresh start with SIU

Old ladies can start leaving SIU coach Barry Hinson alone because his team will be taller this year. Junior center Ibby Djimde is 6-foot-8 and 255 pounds. He transferred to SIU from Illinois after his sophomore year. As a result, he was forced to sit ... Continue Reading →
Christopher Dion, center, a senior from Villa Park studying civil engineering, and Michael Giusto, a junior from Lansing studying anthropology, dance Friday
during a time out of the Salukis’ 3-1 win against Indiana State University at Davies Gym. Dion said he has attended nearly every home game, bringing signs he
made to motivate the team. Giusto said he dances during every time out to keep his enthusiasm. “It pumps me up, it makes me want to keep cheering for the
team,” Giusto said.
Lewis Marien • Daily Egyptian

Davies Crazies boost team at home

Students, families and the swimming and diving teams were all in support of SIU volleyball to give Davies Gym its 10th highest attendance Friday against Indiana State. Davies Gym held 615 fans in the Maroon Game on Friday. The Salukis defeated the Sycamores ... Continue Reading →

Former swimmer follows his passion

Athletes make sacrifices for their sport, but sometimes have to sacrifice their sport for their passion. Andrew Spencer, a senior from Knoxville, Tenn. studying cinema spent his first three years at SIU as a swimmer, but left the team to focus on his ... Continue Reading →

Salukis earn revenge, but fall again

SIU volleyball earned revenge against one rival, but was beat by another. The Salukis split the weekend matches with a 3-1 win against Indiana State on Friday and a 3-0 loss to Illinois State on Saturday. Both teams defeated the Salukis earlier this season ... Continue Reading →

Salukis earn revenge, but fall again

SIU volleyball earned revenge against one rival, but was beat by another. The Salukis split the weekend matches with a 3-1 win against Indiana State on Friday and a 3-0 loss to Illinois State on Saturday. Both teams defeated the Salukis earlier this ... Continue Reading →

Former star returns to SIU with new intentions

After a successful basketball career, former Saluki and NBA point guard Troy Hudson became a writer, a rapper and even wrote a movie script. Hudson played at SIU from 1995-1997 and played with five NBA teams, including his longest stint of five years ... Continue Reading →

Indiana State announces swimming and diving team

SIU women’s swimming and diving will have more Missouri Valley Conference competition two seasons from now. The Indiana State Sycamores announced the addition of a women’s swimming and diving team, which will begin competing in the 2016-2017 season. “I ... Continue Reading →

Saluki carries memory of friend to SIU

The SIU volleyball team started training in June, giving one player little time to mourn her friend’s death. Freshman libero/defensive specialist Gabriella Shepherd became friends with Madison Angus in Sue Wunderlich’s fourth grade class at Pioneer ... Continue Reading →
Freshman swimmer Michael Wolfe, top, and senior swimmer Shaun Wolfe pose Tuesday after practice in the Edward J. Shea Natatorium. Michael has won 5 events for the team and Shaun has won 1 individual event this year. Their older brother Justin Wolfe swam for SIU from 2008 to 2013, and won 30 events in his career. Shaun said his joining the team motivated Justin to swim faster. Now Shaun feels the same way with Michael on the team this season.
Nathan Hoefert • Daily Egyptian

Wolfe brothers follow each other’s footsteps

The Wolfe family tradition of swimming at SIU almost stopped when the youngest member decided what school to attend. Justin Wolfe swam with the Salukis from 2008 to 2013, and swam one season with his brother, senior Shaun Wolfe. Now Shaun finds himself ... Continue Reading →

Fetcho likes experience—for now

The SIU men’s golf team does not have any freshmen on the roster, but the team is happy with the structure. Just eight golfers make up the team, four of whom are seniors. When former coach Leroy Newton retired, he stopped recruiting to give the new ... Continue Reading →
Kansas City Royals relief pitcher Jason Frasor throws in the seventh inning
against the Cleveland Indians on Friday, July 25, 2014, at Kauffman Stadium in
Kansas City, Mo. The Royals won, 6-4.

Frasor represents Salukis in MLB postseason

The Kansas City Royals are in the Major League Baseball playoffs for the first time in 29 years, and one former Saluki is along for the ride. Relief pitcher Jason Frasor attended SIU from 1996 to 1999 before he was drafted by the Detroit Tigers in the ... Continue Reading →

2K shoots air ball but can redeem

It is sad when one of the most entertaining aspects of a video game is a new feature which is clearly broken. 2K Sports launched “NBA 2K15” on Oct. 7, but gamers were let down when it didn’t live up to the hype. The game is taking a lot of criticism ... Continue Reading →

SIU wins dogfight, lose catfight

SIU volleyball split the weekend matches on the road, and will have home court advantage for the next two weekends. The Salukis (9-10, 3-4) defeated the Drake Bulldogs (9-8, 1-5) 3-1 on Friday and lost to the Northern Iowa Panthers (12-6, 7-0) 3-0 Saturday. Drake ... Continue Reading →

Saluki women exact revenge against Missouri State

The SIU swimming and diving teams will go hiking on Monday. Coach Rick Walker told the swimmers they would go hiking if they performed well against Missouri State, and they did. The Saluki women’s swimming and diving team defeated the Missouri State ... Continue Reading →

SIU maintains focus through all three rounds

Senior men’s golfer Wade Thompson found SIU one spot behind his former team, Murray State Monday, but led SIU Tuesday to finish ahead of the Racers. The Salukis finished third out of nine teams at the Skyhawk Classic at the Paris Landing State Park, ... Continue Reading →
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