Daily Egyptian

Salukis start 2015 nearly perfect

By Melanie Early @MelanieEarlyDE, Daily Egyptian

January 17, 2015

Filed under Sports, Swimming

The SIU swimming and diving team’s winter training paid off today despite its aches and pains.The Salukis hosted Arkansas at Little Rock on Saturday. It was the women’s first conference competition of 2015. The Trojans do not ...

Cardinals Caravan brings baseball to Carbondale

By Thomas Donley @Tdonley, Daily Egyptian

January 17, 2015

Filed under Baseball, Sports

Carbondale baseball fans got a chance to interact with past and present Major League Baseball players Friday when the Cardinals Caravan came to SIU Arena.More than 200 fans packed the lobby of the arena to ask questions to cu...

Salukis win, but Napier suffers injury

By Thomas Donley @tdonleyDE, Daily Egyptian

January 16, 2015

Filed under Basketball, Sports

SIU women’s basketball (9-6, 2-2) won its first game in its new white home uniforms Friday night, but it may have lost its starting point guard in the process.Sophomore Rishonda Napier left in the second half of the 65-53 victo...

Saluki skid continues to ranked team

By Melanie Early @MelanieEarlyDE, Daily Egyptian

January 14, 2015

Filed under Basketball, Sports

SIU men’s basketball finds itself on the longest losing streak and worst start to Missouri Valley Conference play in Barry Hinson’s tenure at SIU.The Salukis (7-11, 0-5) lost 67-55 to the No.13 Wichita State Shockers (15-...

‘Annie’ surprises, but ultimately fails.

By Jacob Pierce | @JacobPierce1_DE | Daily Egyptian

January 13, 2015

Filed under Movie Reviews, Pulse

“Tomorrow” has come once again for little orphan Annie. This time around, Annie falls victim to the “Hard Knock Life” of Hollywood remakes.“Annie,” (PG; 118 min) is a musical adaptation directed by Will Gluck and sta...

‘Annie’ surprises, but ultimately fails

By Jacob Pierce @JacobPierce1_DE The Daily Egyptian

January 13, 2015

Filed under Pulse

“Tomorrow” has come once again for little orphan Annie. This time around, Annie falls victim to the “Hard Knock Life” of Hollywood remakes.“Annie,” (PG; 118 min) is a musical adaptation directed by Will Gluck and sta...

Concussions are not something to play with

By Tyler Davis, @TDavis_DE

May 7, 2014

Filed under Sports

When spring practices ended, some players rested their bodies, others prepared for the long season ahead, but one player was told to relieve the stress on his brain.Junior wide receiver Israel Lamprakes said he was told to reduce ...

The student news site of Southern Illinois University