Resilient Ravens continue battling adversity

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A 5-10 record might not seem all that impressive on paper.  A 1-6 start to conference play might not strike fear in the hearts of conference foes.  That old cliché, “numbers never lie,” well, sometimes they do. After being ravaged by injuries, the resilient women’s basketball team has continued to… Read more »

Baseball team transitions under interim co-head coaches

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With preparation for the upcoming baseball season already in full-swing, a surprise bomb was dropped upon the team, as head coach Dustin Glant announced that he was leaving to take a position as pitching coach at Ball State University, effective immediately. The news sent shockwaves reverberating through the team and… Read more »

Ravens give strong performances in busy week

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The men’s and women’s swimming team traveled to Lexington, Ky this weekend, competing in the Transylvania Invitational.  The men’s team accumulated 117 points, good for a seventh-place finish, while the girls finished with 48, placing them in eighth.  Highlights of the meet included the 400 Yard Freestyle Relay team of… Read more »

Stabilize. Revitalize. Thrive.

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Editor’s note: This is part three of a three-part series on the current and future state of the AU athletic program. The expectations for AU student-athletes’ performances off the field may be higher than the expectations of student-athletes elsewhere, but for many of those athletes, what it means to be… Read more »

Ravens unable to send seniors out on high note

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After a long season filled with close defeats, flashes of potential, growing pains, and moral victories, the 2016 Ravens took the field one last time hoping to send their seniors out on a high note. Anderson hosted Manchester for senior day, a rematch of last year’s season finale which was… Read more »

Women’s team claims first Backyard Brawl Championship

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For the first time in extramural history, the women’s team representative from Anderson University, No Punts Intended, won the Backyard Brawl.  The Backyard Brawl is an extramural event in which the regular season champions from AU, Huntington University, Indiana Wesleyan University (IWU) and Taylor University compete in a tournament to… Read more »

AU athletic program turns over new leaf

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Under President Pistole, “Excellence in all things” has become a commonly heard phrase across campus. With the addition of new sports, the removal of others, expanded roster sizes and a dramatically increased emphasis on character, AU’s athletic program is undergoing many changes in order to be excellent in all facets…. Read more »

Inaugural Raven Riot excites for upcoming season

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Junior guard Trevor Lucas was given an assignment in his Management of Sports Facilities class to organize and execute an event.  He began discussing ideas with his roommate, Will Williams, about how to generate publicity for both the men’s and women’s basketball teams heading into the upcoming season. After putting… Read more »

Intramural program headed for “next level”

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While attending AU, all students are afforded the opportunity to be an athlete. Though not all Ravens have the chance to suit up for a school affiliated team, Anderson’s renowned Intramural (IM) program allows students to continue their athletic pursuits during their college career.  Faculty and staff can also participate… Read more »