Broadcasting veteran Dave Shore returns to AU

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A member of Anderson University’s 1988 graduating class, Dave Shore, has seen and done it all in the communications world.  Shore has served as lead reporter for the Dallas Cowboys, television play-by-play analyst for Texas Tech basketball, a position Bob Knight requested Shore to fill, Operations Manager for ESPN LA… Read more »

Building the AU swim program from the ground up

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If you haven’t heard of the AU men’s and women’s swim teams, that’s probably because, prior to this year, it didn’t exist. “I am so excited for the potential of this team and what the future holds for the program,” Head Coach Conner Snare stated. His passion for the sport… Read more »

Women’s soccer team continues winning streak

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After a 7-0 victory over St. Mary of the Woods, the women’s soccer team improved their winning streak to five.  The Ravens dominated from the start, opening the scoring in the fifth minute and staying aggressive for the duration of the match. Beverly Tanner recorded a hat trick, while Halley… Read more »

Cross country teams post strong performance

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The men’s and women’s cross country teams posted strong showings at the Run With the Lions event in Shelbyville, Indiana. Both teams won the event, a serious improvement over their respective ninth and 10th place finishes in their previous event, the IWU Twilight Classic. Jona Odell led the men to… Read more »

Men’s soccer bid for upset falls just short

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Consensus Top-15 Division III soccer team Ohio Northern likely entered Saturday’s game against Anderson expecting a relatively easy victory. After all, the young Ravens team is coming off of a three-win season. Rather than allow the mystique of a nationally ranked program affect their psyche, the Ravens came out ready… Read more »

New school receiving record set in loss

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In a 49-25 loss to previously winless Hanover College, not all was bleak inside Macholz Stadium. Freshman Wide Receiver Jarret Dickey put on quite a show, breaking the AU record for most receiving yards in a single game. Dickey hauled in seven passes for 291 yards and two touchdowns, averaging… Read more »

Volleyball set to begin conference play

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The Ravens volleyball team were looking to gain momentum heading into the conference season as they traveled to Jacksonville, Illinois to participate in the Illinois College Invitational. On Friday night, the Ravens split their matches, losing three sets to one against Augustana, before rebounding to defeat Monmouth three sets to… Read more »

Ravens show potential, drop home opener 56-14

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Debuting new gray jerseys in the football home opener, the Ravens had a packed Macholz Stadium buzzing about the potential for a victory over the visiting Centre College Colonels.  Although the young squad showed flashes of brilliance, their youth proved to be too much to overcome, as the more experienced… Read more »

Men’s soccer win Raven/Spartan Classic

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On a humid, overcast Parents Day, Anderson defeated Blackburn 2-1 in an overtime thriller to win the Raven/Spartan Classic. Anderson advanced to the championship game of the Classic after defeating Moody Bible Institute 3-0 in semifinal play. In the semifinal tilt, Guimps Pierre, Justin Bottorff and Race Williams all recorded… Read more »