Sophomore guard Jalen Pendleton and Freshman forward Bola Olaniyan look for a
loose ball Saturday during the Salukis’ 72-54 win over Missouri State University at
SIU Arena. SIU, now 6-6 in the Missouri Valley Conference captured its fourth straight
win, and will attempt to continue the streak on the road Tuesday as they take on the
undefeated Wichita State University in Wichita, Kan.

Aliens bring back Salukis

Who is this team and what have they done with the Salukis? This is not the same group from the beginning of the season. The team early in the season was hard to watch and easily forgettable, but now there may be light at the end of the tunnel. SIU is ... Continue Reading →

Stranded runners crush Salukis’ weekend

In a three-game series against Creighton University, the Salukis stranded 29 runners on base and allowed 18 runs to drop a three-game conference series during the weekend. The Salukis traveled to Omaha, Neb., to face the Bluejays. Creighton’s sweep ... Continue Reading →

Setty launches ‘#FreeTregSetty’ campaign, garners national attention

Athletic Department denies release until end of semester, academics play a part Treg Setty wants to leave SIU and go back home, but those in the Athletic Department say Setty won’t be granted a release until he finishes the semester with good grades. Athletic ... Continue Reading →

Scheduling a mess for men’s basketball

The travel schedule for the men’s basketball team has started to wear on the players, said coach Chris Lowery. “It’s not always about the game,” Lowery said. “It’s about being able to come back that night and the next day being able to practice ... Continue Reading →

Salukis draw Ball State for BracketBusters

ESPN’s BracketBusters paired the Salukis and Ball State to play against each other when the match-ups were announced Monday. SIU will take on Muncie, Indiana’s Ball State Feb. 18 at 1 p.m. according to the Saluki Athletics website. The match-ups for ... Continue Reading →

Moccia discusses potential pairings

BracketBuster match-ups announced later today   ESPN’s BracketBusters, played during three days in February each year, adds a wrinkle to the scheduling process for hundreds of college basketball programs. “BracketBusters is a pain,” Athletic ... Continue Reading →
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