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Sports landmarks we've said goodbye to in the decade

December 15, 2009


One of the best things about finals week is that there’s a lot of free time to catch up on things. The bad thing about mine is that I still after I finish eating lunch and doing this post on sports landmarks, there’s still Spanish homework to do in the afternoon, dinner, and more studying […]

Catching up with………..Nathan Guess

October 9, 2009


In the two years that I spent at Crichton College, there were numerous changes to the roster and unfortunately, team managers. During the 2007-08 season, which is when I came, the basketball program had five student managers in one season, ending up with me, who as Derek Boykin put it, became the only student manager […]

Catching up with………….Kyle O'Neil

September 17, 2009


Kyle O’Neil and Christina Quaratone Feb. 27, 2008 The state of Minnesota has given us plenty of things to rant and rave about. Whether it was the play of Randy Moss and now Adrian Peterson, who is making fantasy owners’ faces light up after how he ran over Cleveland’s defense Sunday, or the fact that […]

Dumb proposal in Oakdale

September 10, 2009


Being that I have worked in athletics since 2007 when I a student at Crichton, I know all too well about the perils of having athletic chicks making a fool of yours truly. There¬†was the incident in which Aimee Grissom defeated me in Crocs (remember those?) in basketball the last week of the 2007-08 regular […]

Bluff City launched careers of greatness

September 8, 2009


Continuing STGS’ series about baseball in Memphis in honor of the Redbirds’ first postseason appearance since 2000 is the 25 greatest players in the city’s 132 seasons of baseball. 1. Albert Pujols (For a brief period in the championship season of 2000, Albert Pujols, who earned the Midwest League MVP that season, started his legend […]

Catching up with……….Jasmine Vann

September 3, 2009


Jasmine Vann & Khirra Tate at Spring Fling, April 28, 2009 In life, whenever the question, “What could have been” is asked, there’s always a variety of answers. “It’s one question,” Jasmine Vann said to me, referring to the question of what could have been, “that I hate answering.” With the transitions that was made […]

CBU Volleyball 101

August 29, 2009


The cool thing about being at CBU, as opposed to being at Crichton, is that all the athletic events are held on campus, meaning that instead of having everything spaced out, the student body and members of the community can rally behind the program. This morning’s match between the Lady Bucs and the Northwest Missouri […]