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Aaron vs. Athletes: Pamela Benitez

Sports reporter Aaron Graff takes on senior swimmer Pamela Benitez during the first segment of Aaron vs. Athletes. About Aaron Graff Continue Reading →
Senior guard Desmar Jackson drives past a Drake University player Wednesday during the Salukis' 57-54 loss at SIU Arena. Jackson finished with 15 points and was 7 of 9 from the free-throw line. SIU drops to 6-14 overall and 2-5 in the Missouri Valley Conference. Sarah Gardner | DAILY EGYPTIAN

Salukis go down in dog fight

After shooting less than 43 percent from the free-throw line, the Salukis have nowhere to place the blame except on each other. The Drake University Bulldogs (10-9, 2-5) entered the game in last place of the Missouri Valley Conference but that spot will ... Continue Reading →

Track and field brings home the hardware

Two graduating SIU throwers will finish writing their final chapters while another will continue to write hers. Three track and field athletes competed in the NCAA Track and Field Championships at the University of Oregon in Eugene, Ore. last week. Senior ... Continue Reading →

Dawgs downed by Shockers

  The Saluki baseball team lost two out of three games by a combined run total of seven to Wichita State University during the weekend. Friday, the Salukis started senior pitcher Cody Forsythe on the mound against WSU junior pitcher Cale Elam. Forsythe’s ... Continue Reading →

Dawgs power past ‘Hawks

A slumping Saluki senior outfielder Rennie Troggio posted three hits, three runs and three RBIs Tuesday to help lead the baseball team to a 25-3 win over Southeast Missouri State University. SIU’s commanding victory improves the team’s record to 15-16 ... Continue Reading →

Aces get outscored, win series

Although the Salukis accumulated more runs than the University of Evansville Purple Aces in three conference games this weekend, SIU still lost the series. The SIU baseball team traveled to Evansville, Ind., for a weekend series against the University ... Continue Reading →

Saluki athletes in class of their own

College sports program success is typically judged by conference play, NCAA tournament appearances and national championship wins. For most student-athletes, however, classroom success is just as important as their performance in their respective sport. The ... Continue Reading →
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