Sophomore Lacey Newbold slides into home during the Salukis’ 6-2 win against Loyola University Friday at Rochman Field. The Salukis swept Loyola in the three game series this weekend but lost to Evansville to end their seven-game winning streak.
MATT DARAY · DAILY EGYPTIAN

Evansville beats SIU with long ball

The Salukis traveled to Indiana Tuesday in search of their ninth straight win, but fell short and had their first loss since April 12. SIU played one game against Evansville University where the Aces had the bats going and downed the Dawgs 4-2 to avoid ... Continue Reading →

Sibling rivalry comes to Missouri Valley

Freshman center fielder Dyllin Mucha would have liked to play against his older brother, Mikel, who plays for conference rival Wichita State University.  But Mikel, a junior outfielder who was hitting .357, collided with senior outfielder Micah Green ... Continue Reading →

Saluki women finish fourth

The SIU women’s golf season came to a close Tuesday with a middle-of-the-pack finish at the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament. SIU shot a 300 in round three to finish fourth, eight shots behind Wichita State University, the tournament’s champion. ... Continue Reading →
Junior outfielder Tyler Rolland is called out at second base Tuesday during the Salukis’ 5-2 win against
Southeast Missouri State University at Itchy Jones Stadium. SIU snapped a three-game losing streak
with the win and improved to 21-20 for the season. The Salukis will travel to Normal Friday for a threegame
series against Illinois State University.
LEWIS MARIEN · DAILY EGYPTIAN

Dawgs get last laugh against SEMO

The Saluki baseball team needed the win Tuesday night to avoid falling below .500 for the first time since its 1-2 start to the season.  SIU (21-20, 3-9) hosted the Ohio Valley Conference leading Southeast Missouri State University (27-12, 17-4) for ... Continue Reading →

Salukis yet to name 2014 starter

Replacing Kory Faulkner will be a big task for the Salukis to tackle, but the pieces are in place to do so. The SIU roster has three players listed at quarterback: juniors Matt Vincent and Mark Iannotti, along with sophomore Ryan West. With the starting ... Continue Reading →
Junior outfielder Tyler Rolland takes a pitch April 15 against the University of Tennessee-Martin at
Itchy Jones Stadium. Rolland is one of six players who have shared playing time in the outfield this
season. His left-handed batting and improved batting average have made Rolland a valuable member
of the starting lineup.
CHRIS ZOELLER · DAILY EGYPTIAN

New position brings new opportunity

Coach Ken Henderson has six options for his starting outfield but one of his best picks may be a player who has not played in the outfield since Little League. Freshman catcher Jake Hand started six of the last seven games in right field, and the other ... Continue Reading →
Shou Jie Ho, a senior from Malaysia studying geology and
president of the SIU Table Tennis Club, practices April 14 at the
Recreation Center. The club has had several members participate
in national tournaments since its establishment in 1996,
including sending three of its members to the 2014 TMS College
Table Tennis National Championships April 4-6 in Monroeville,
Pa. The club practices from 6 to 10 p.m. every Friday and from 2
to 6 p.m. Saturday in the aerobics room at the Recreation Center.
LEWIS MARIEN · DAILY EGYPTIAN

Not just “pingpong” but table tennis

Some international students at SIU find a slice of home in Carbondale within the table tennis club. Table tennis, more commonly known as pingpong in America, is a popular and competitive sport in Asia, and the table tennis club at SIU is comprised of ... Continue Reading →

Basketball looks ahead to future potential

The Dawgs added five players to a team that made a miraculous run to the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament semifinals. Austin Weiher, Deion Lavender, Chaz Glotta, Jordan Caroline and Armon Fletcher will all represent the maroon and white of the Salukis ... Continue Reading →
Sophomore tight end Shaq Findlater, left, goes up for a catch against freshman safety Charles Harris Friday during the annual Spring Game scrimmage.
SARAH SCHNEIDER • DAILY EGYPTIAN

Saluki football closes out spring practice

  SIU football held the annual maroon and white game Friday night at Saluki Stadium. Despite both sides giving their best effort, the game was considered a tie. The game marked the final official spring practice for the Salukis and is the last time ... Continue Reading →
Sophomore Lacey Newbold slides into home Saturday during the Salukis’ 6-2 win against Loyola University at
Charlotte West Stadium. Newbold was called safe in the play. SIU swept the three-game series, bringing the team’s
record to 24-19 and 12-7 in the Missouri Valley Conference.
SARAH SCHNEIDER • DAILY EGYPTIAN

SIU sweeps aside Loyola Ramblers

SIU softball extended its season-high winning streak to seven games with a sweep of Missouri Valley Conference newcomer Loyola University. The Dawgs (24-19, 12-7) won all three games this weekend against the Ramblers (16-27, 7-12) thanks to strong pitching ... Continue Reading →

Special teams set to kick off

Saluki football’s offense and defense will have new coordinators this season, and the story is very much the same for special teams. Coach Keith Murphy will take over the special teams along with the tight ends. This is Murphy’s first year with the ... Continue Reading →

Salukis win campaign against Governors

The Saluki baseball team had its first midweek shutout victory since May 3, 2011. The Salukis (20-17, 3-6) took on the Austin Peay State University Governors (14-23, 6-9) and beat them for the second time this season 3-0. Coach Ken Henderson made only ... Continue Reading →
Senior infielder Jayna Spivey tags out Evansville junior Victoria Dellorto Wednesday during the Salukis’ 12-4 win against the University of Evansville at Charlotte West Stadium. SIU swept the doubleheader series against the Purple Aces, bringing the team’s record to 21-19 overall and 9-7 in the Missouri Valley Conference. The Salukis begin a three-game series Friday against the Loyola University Ramblers at Charlotte West Stadium.
LEWIS MARIEN · DAILY EGYPTIAN

SIU on four-game winning streak

The Salukis pulled off a sweep in Wednesday’s double-header against the Purple Aces of Evansville University, scoring 21 runs in two games. SIU (21-19, 9-7) carried over its momentum from the series against Bradley University during the weekend to ... Continue Reading →
Senior kicker Thomas Kinney was named to the All-Missouri Valley
Football Conference second-team and the All-MVFC newcomer
team for the 2013 season. Kinney ranked second in the conference
in field goals made with 18 out of 24 attempts during the 2013
season. He also tallied a career-best 52-yard field goal which tied
for second longest in the Football Championship Subdivision.
CHRIS ZOELLER · DAILY EGYPTIAN

Kicks with wind prove to be tough

Kicker is the only position in football I would allow my frail body to play at any level beyond the pee-wee league.  Senior kicker Thomas Kinney said he’s been hit in games before, which made me reconstruct that statement, but did not stop me from ... Continue Reading →
Junior outfielder Tyler Rolland is tagged out at third base Tuesday during the Salukis’ 16-5 win
against University of Tennessee-Martin at Itchy Jones Stadium. Rolland went three for four with
one RBI as the Salukis outhit the Skyhawks 19-11. SIU will play Austin Peay State University 4:30
p.m. Wednesday at Itchy Jones Stadium.
CHRIS ZOELLER · DAILY EGYPTIAN

Salukis swing back after rough week

The Salukis had a team batting average of .203 last week, forcing coach Ken Henderson to construct a new lineup, which teed off Tuesday.  SIU baseball (19-17, 3-6) had at least one hit from every spot in the lineup, and set five offensive season highs ... Continue Reading →
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