A farewell to the fall athletic seasons

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Saturday marks the bittersweet end to many fall seasons here at AU: Senior Day. Although the end of October is celebrated with costumes, candy and fun, for the graduating student athletes it marks the fateful end of an era. When an athlete’s childhood and adolescence is spent training for the… Read more »

AU Football adds 12-year-old Andrew Sheets to the roster

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In a society dominated by wins and losses, statistical output, awards and recognition, the “bigger picture” is often missed. Life is bigger than sports. AU has a walking reminder of this fact each day in the form of 12-year-old Andrew Sheets. “Just an awesome 12-year-old kid,” is how head Raven… Read more »

Track teams place high in conference

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The AU men’s track and field team clinched second place overall, and the women’s team finished seventh, at the 2015 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships, hosted by Transylvania University. The men’s team scored 93 points, while the women tallied 45 points. Anderson won three events on… Read more »

Track competes at Huntington Invite

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Facing tough competition amongst fellow NAIA institutions, the AU Track and Field team traveled to the Huntington University Invitational Saturday. The men’s team placed fifth, while the ladies finished in seventh place. The men’s team won two events overall, with Max Kittle winning the 400m dash and fellow senior Brad… Read more »

Men’s and women’s track at DePauw

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The Anderson University track and field team traveled to DePauw University for the Indiana Division III Championship meet Saturday. The men’s team finished third with 86 points, while the women came in sixth with 74. Sophomore Garrett Cooley won major points for the Ravens with wins in three events for… Read more »