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Bri Johnson, a College Baller

Bri Johnson, a College Baller

Deep Dave, Writer/Photographer

February 29, 2016


Filed under Sports, Spotlights, Student Life & News, Top Stories

The life of an all-conference college baller is not one that is easy to obtain. Born and raised in Statesville, NC, Briana "Bri" Johnson is currently a Catawba College Women’s Basketball athlete finishing her junior season. As she enters her final colligate season, she is no longer a stranger on the...

Catawba Womens Basketball

Catawba Womens Basketball

Deep Dave, Writer/Photographer

February 10, 2016


Filed under Sports, Student Life & News

Teamwork, a term used to demonstrate hard work and dedication from a group of individuals to create a successful outcome. The Catawba College Women’s Basketball team has been victorious this year, winning the past 4 games, and bringing their ranking up in the South Atlantic Conference. What is the...

Catawba Basketball’s Double Win

Catawba Basketball’s Double Win

Hannah Davis, Editor, Writer, Photographer

February 2, 2016


Filed under Sports

Last Saturday was a great day for Catawba basketball fans. Both the men’s and women’s teams managed to defeat rival Mars Hill. The women’s basketball team this year has been fairly successful in their past few home games. They managed to beat Mars Hill 79 - 66. Junior Bri Johnson scored 27 of...

Catawba Football beats Lenoir Rhyne

Catawba Football beats Lenoir Rhyne

Alanna Paget, Writer

November 17, 2015


Filed under Sports

On Saturday afternoon, November 14th, it was Senior Day at Shuford Stadium for the Catawba Football Team. 12 seniors are graduating from the team. The Indians took on the Lenior-Rhyne Bears. The Indians defeated the Bears 28-14, and claimed the 2015 South Atlantic Conference Championship title. Catawba's...

The Lady Indians fall to the Tusculum Pioneers

The Lady Indians fall to the Tusculum Pioneers

Alanna Paget, Writer

October 27, 2015


Filed under Sports

On Saturday, homecoming weekend, our Women's Soccer team took on the Tusculum Pioneers at Frock Field. The Lady Indians lost 1-0, putting them at 3-12 on the season and 2-8 in conference. "We played good, had 15 shots, just couldn't get any in the back of the net," said Junior, Hannah Cruse from Concor...

Student Spotlight: Matthew Wilkinson

Student Spotlight: Matthew Wilkinson

Alanna Paget, Writer

September 1, 2015


Filed under Sports, Spotlights, Students

Meet Matthew Wilkinson, Catawba family! He is a junior and currently 20 years old. He is a native of Leeds, England and is pursuing a business major with a concentration in marketing. He goes by Matt, very rarely do people actually call him Matthew. He decided to head to the States when he received the...

Baseball White Out

Baseball White Out

Hannah Davis, Writer

April 7, 2015


Filed under Sports

On Tuesday, March 31st, Catawba College hosted its first annual Baseball White-Out game. To encourage students to attend the game, the first 100 students through the entrance got a free shirt, soda can, and the typical baseball snacks, Cracker Jacks and sunflower seeds. In total, 281 people showed up ...

Catawba Women’s Basketball Conference

Catawba Women’s Basketball Conference

Hannah Davis, Writer

March 9, 2015


Filed under Sports

Catawba College hosted the first round of games for the women’s basketball SAC Division 2 conference. Our own Catawba lady Indians faced off against Carson-Newman for a chance to move on to the next round of championship games. There are three games in total before the final winning team is decided...

Senior Night at The Frock

Senior Night at The Frock

Alanna Paget, Writer

November 5, 2014


Filed under Sports

Last Tuesday night at Frock Field when the women’s soccer team took on the Pfeiffer Falcons. It was senior night for Katie Mathis, Allison Parker, and Karen Presnell. It was a very special evening for these three ladies, as their families escorted them out onto the field. Bethany Davis, junior goalkeeper,...

Athlete Spotlight: Philip George

Kaetlyn McNabb, Sports Writer

October 22, 2014


Filed under Sports

Meet Philip George, a senior football player at Catawba College. George was born in Washington, D.C but raised in Columbia, SC. He has been playing football since the age of eight and still loves it to this day. Philip is otherwise known as Philly G by his teammates and others on campus. Philly G plays...

Men’s Soccer Tie the Coker Cobras

Men’s Soccer Tie the Coker Cobras

Alanna Paget, Writer

October 7, 2014


Filed under Sports

It was a cold night at the Frock Field Saturday night as the Catawba Men’s Soccer team hosted the Coker Cobras. The fan base was extremely strong and the Catawba community was more than pumped cheering on our Indians. The intensity of this game was at an all time high as the men battled for a total...

Athlete Spotlight: Tyler Hamilton

Athlete Spotlight: Tyler Hamilton

Kaetlyn McNabb, Sports Writer

September 2, 2014


Filed under Sports

Mr. Tyler Hamilton, better known as “T-Ham,” is a senior here at Catawba College. Tyler is from Charlotte, North Carolina. When I asked him why he chose to come to Catawba, he responded, “Catawba is a great community to be a part of. The close knit family atmosphere is something great to be a...

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