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Catawba Volleyball

Chance Bowden, Writer

September 24, 2017


Filed under Sports

The new school year has arrived and the volleyball team is preparing for the 2017 season which is set to start September 1st against Montevallo. The Indians will have three starters returning: Rachel Stanford, Allison Benton and Kim Hurtado. Stanford will be the only senior on the team this year and...

Catawba Indians 2017 Football Preview: The Next Man Up

Joshua Stewart, Writer

September 24, 2017


Filed under Sports

Two seasons ago, the Indians were en route to the first SAC conference title of Coach Curtis Walker’s tenure. However, last year the wheels began to fall apart. Injury after gut-wrenching injury plagued the Indians to their first losing record in five years. During the course of last season, the team...

Superstar: Kyle Kitchens

RJ Beaty, Writer

September 24, 2017


Filed under Sports, Students

Superstar is what some of his peers call him jokingly. The only problem is, it is somewhat true. Kyle Kitchens is entering his senior year here at Catawba College and has tunnel vision to outdo his previous seasons. The 2016 Division ll All-American is looking to make 2017 a year for the books as...

Catawba’s 2017 Athletic Upgrades

Madison Anselmo, Writer

September 24, 2017


Filed under Sports, Student Life & News, Top Stories

Since 1989 all sports at Catawba College have been apart of the South Atlantic Conference, also known as SAC. Since then, the staff members of the Athletic department have been constantly upgrading the school's facilities. Craig Turnbull, the associate Athletic Director and Director of Compliance,...

Stew’s Views: The Little Things

Stew’s Views: The Little Things

Josh Stewart, Sports Editor

April 29, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Sports

Championship qualities are not always the most obvious things to identify. As we enter into the grand finale of the college baseball season, the Catawba Indians baseball team is searching for the key that will unlock their full championship potential. What will it take for this team that boasts such...

March Madness at Catawba College

March Madness at Catawba College

Tre Evans, Writer

March 28, 2017


Filed under Sports, Student Life & News

March madness is a time college athletes are recognized for their hard work during the season. They play on the biggest stage and show their will power to win. The national tournament will make and/or break a team. Each team is a representation of not only themselves but also of fans, alumni, and their...

Catawba’s “Hit Men”

Catawba’s “Hit Men”

Joshua Stewart, Sports Editor

March 21, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Sports, Top Stories

Lately, Catawba College has been blessed with a growing amount of success in the athletic realm. Under the guidance of Coach Curtis Walker, the football team has perennially boasted one of the best defenses in the conference. Also, this season both our men’s and women’s basketball team celebrated...

The Jaz of All Trades

The Jaz of All Trades

Bri Hodges, Writer

March 18, 2017


Filed under Sports

Jazmine Charles, is one of the greatest athletes to ever attend Lenior- Rhyne University. As a senior, Charles was voted South Atlantic Conference Player of the Year. She led her team to a SAC conference title. She would leave LR as the All-time leader in three pointers and a WBCA All-American. And if...

Men’s and Women’s Tennis Match February 23, 2017

Men’s and Women’s Tennis Match February 23, 2017

Veronica Leasure, Writer

March 8, 2017


Filed under Sports

Men’s Lacrosse is Scoring Big

Carissa Hughes, Writer

March 6, 2017


Filed under Sports

Catawba Men’s Lacrosse kicked off their first game of the season Tuesday, February 7th. The boys boarded the bus at 8:00 am to start their five and a half hour bus ride that would turn out to be a sweet victory. This would be the first time Catawba men’s lacrosse has faced Division 2 men’s lacrosse...

Upcoming Catawba Athletics Silent Auction

Upcoming Catawba Athletics Silent Auction

Megan Braun, Writer

March 6, 2017


Filed under Sports

The Catawba College Athletics Department will soon be holding their sixth annual silent auction and dinner fundraiser. The event serves to raise money for athletic facility upgrades. Last year, the event helped raise more than $40,000 which improved several locker rooms and added graphics to spruce...

Breaking the Catawba Curse

Breaking the Catawba Curse

Joshua Stewart, Sports Editor

February 23, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Sports, Top Stories

  If you’ve been following Catawba Men’s basketball over the years, then you’ve most likely picked up on a horrible reoccurring theme. Players past and present have referred to this omen as “The Catawba Curse.” Since the arrival of Head Coach Rob Perron in 2014, Catawba teams loaded...

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