Western Courier

PAINTBALL HITS THE MARK

PAINTBALL HITS THE MARK

October 21, 2011

Bears are no paper tigers

Tom Loftus Sports editor

October 21, 2011

Filed under Sports

On paper, Missouri State's football team looks like just what Western Illinois needs to even its Missouri Valley Football Conference record at 2-2, and maintain its hopes for a postseason playoff appearance.On the game film that ...

Rugby is no man’s game to these athletes

Garrick Hodge Assistant Sports editor

October 19, 2011

Filed under Sports

While rugby may be a less popular choice in America than it is in Europe, it certainly isn't the less popular choice for Western Illinois women's rugby club president Nicole Passaglia. Passaglia runs the squad along with vice p...

Men’s golfer finish strong in Tennessee

Tom Loftus sports editor

October 19, 2011

Filed under Sports

Mistakes cost Leathernecks

Aaron Viner Courier Staff

October 17, 2011

Filed under Sports

Western Illinois was not able to find a groove in its game on Saturday at Indiana State. "We were way too inconsistent, we had early turnovers and that is very frustrating because we are not accustomed to that," said Leatherne...

Western women split pair

A.J. Enno Courier Staff

October 16, 2011

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A thrilling Thursday gave way to a snake-bit Saturday for the Western Illinois women's soccer team. After ending their five-game losing streak with a 3-2 win in Cedar City, Utah against host Southern Utah Thursday evening, the Leath...

Castel, Lynes set pace

A.J. Enno

October 16, 2011

Filed under Sports

Youth prevailed on Friday for the Western Illinois men's and women's cross country teams. Sophomores Michael Castel and Chelsea Lynes set the pace for Western, which finished up its 2011 regular season at the Bradley Classic in Peo...

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