Western Courier

Hendrickson has his men

Hendrickson has his men

February 24, 2012

Moon’s on the rise

February 24, 2012

Tennis teams struggle for wins

Western Illinois Media Services and Tom Loftus contributed to this report.

February 24, 2012

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Victories have been difficult to come by for the Western Illinois men’s and women’s tennis teams this spring, although the Leatherneck men did manage to record a morale-building win against a fellow Illinois competitor recently. W...

Record food donations by Western fans

Western Illinois Media Services and Tom Loftus contributed to this report.

February 24, 2012

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Western athletics set a record for amount of food donated during the Jan. 28 “Food Fight” men’s and women’s basketball games against Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis at Western Hall.  All food was donated...

Indoor barometer

Indoor barometer

February 24, 2012

Rematch runaway: Jackrabbits win big

Garrick Hodge assistant sports editor

February 24, 2012

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Long-range shooting difficulties prevented the Western Illinois men’s basketball team from having any chance at taking home a victory against South Dakota State on Thursday evening. The Leathernecks fell 74-57 before 2,174 ...

Leathernecks honored for hot Georgia weekend

February 22, 2012

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Dan Dispensa and Rich Mascheri both collected Summit League honors for their play last weekend for the Western Illinois baseball team.Although the Leathernecks went just 1-3 against host Georgia State,  Dispensa was named Player of the We...

Volleyball coach steps up in class

Western Illinois Media Services and Garrick Hodge contributed to this report

February 22, 2012

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April Hall will be making quite a transition this fall. Western Illinois Director of Athletics Tim Van Alstine announced Monday that Hall had been selected as the new Leathernecks head volleyball coach. The post will be Hall’s fi...

Leathernecks look to playoffs

Aaron Viner courier staff

February 22, 2012

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 Winning its last home game of the season would have been nice, but the Western Illinois women’s basketball team has more important goals to focus on now.The streaking South Dakota Coyotes dealt the Leathernecks a 62-47 Summit Le...

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