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Catawba Football’s McCray Fired Up and Ready to Go for One Last Run


Mark Covert, Sports Writer
February 26, 2013

Catawba fans may not recognize All-American LJ McCray at first this coming fall.  He will be changing numbers from his iconic #4 jersey to #21.  McCray is not the only Indian looking for change after the football team’s 4-7 finish last fall.  New head coach Curtis Walker has come in with a new mentality... Read more »

Tysinger, Gerone Lead the Way as Cat-U Softball Gains Momentum

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Mark Covert, Sports Writer
February 26, 2013

Most days during the start of the 2013 softball season have been chilly, but it hasn’t been enough to slow down the hot hitting and pitching of the Lady Indians. Currently sitting with a record of 11-5 after a 5-1 victory over visiting Massachusetts-Lowell to move their winning streak to six games,... Read more »

Spring Sports have Started!


Rebekah Brown, Writer, Photographer
February 25, 2013

It is within two weeks of the spring sport season and they are off to a great start!  The spring sports that have started thus far are Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse, Baseball, and Softball.  Here is just a little recap of their seasons! Women’s Lacrosse: On February 12th, Catawba Lady... Read more »

Coach Walker: “I have Walked the Catawba Walk”


Mark Covert, Writeer
January 21, 2013

After a disappointing 4-7 season this past fall, Curtis Walker  stepped into the role as Catawba’s new head football coach.  Walker was the defensive coordinator at Western Carolina University last fall before taking on the job of restoring the football program to relevance.  Walker is also a former... Read more »

Senior Night: Men’s Soccer

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Rebekah Brown, Writer
November 7, 2012

Senior Night and the last night of the regular season for men’s soccer was on October 27, 2012.  The young men that were recognized were the following: Frankie Cardelle, Oatie Nader, Spencer Preston, Carson Smith, Eoin Duffy, and Valentin Nava. Number 1, Frankie Cardelle, the goal-keeper for the Indians,... Read more »

More Than a Golfer


Jarrett Murphy, Sports Editor, Writer
April 1, 2012

Many students have interesting journeys to find their true calling in life, but none was more interesting to me than Samantha Lackey’s. Sam is a senior Elementary Education major from Wadsworth, Ohio who is one the elite golfers on our girls team at Catawba. The story behind how Sam got her start... Read more »

Putting the Spotlight on Tom Mitchell

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Jarrett Murphy, Sports Editor, Writer
March 19, 2012

People underestimate the physical nature of tennis and the hard work that it takes to become one of the best in the sport. One of Catawba’s best tennis athletes, Tom Mitchell, recognizes what it takes to be the best in tennis – the hard work that he demonstrates on the court helps him in the... Read more »

Getting to Know the Real Maggie McKee

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Jarrett Murphy, Sports Editor, Writer
March 12, 2012

When you look at some people at first glance, you never get to know their real persona. However, after my interview with Maggie McKee, I learned who she really is – she is much more than she seems. Maggie’s journey began back in her hometown of Mount Airy, North Carolina where she had great aspirations... Read more »

A Dream Come True for Ana Cooke


February 6, 2012

Great athletes always have trouble walking away from the games that they love. This scenario was no exception for Ana Cooke. In high school, Ana was an all-star athlete participating in many sports, including lacrosse, basketball, and soccer. Ana was a superior athlete back in her hometown of Fairfax,... Read more »

Lady Indians Serve Up Successful 2011 Season

Steffi Cook, Writer
December 1, 2011

The Catawba Volleyball team, coached by Ginger Hamric and Andi Henderson, had a very successful 2011 season. A team consisting of only two seniors, the Lady Indians had an overall record of 24-8, and a stellar 14-4 mark in South Atlantic Conference action. Without a doubt, this squad had the best campaign... Read more »