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Southland Conference to re-evaluate spring competition on March 30

Southland Conference to re-evaluate spring competition on March 30

Jacob Lofton, Staff Reporter

March 27, 2020

As the university continues to transition to online classes and remote learning, the university’s sports teams have had to make many changes as well. As of March 14, the Southland Conference “cancelled all Spring sports competitions and championship events,” according to a release by the conference o...

Southeastern basketball splits weekend series with UNO

Senior guard Charilee Dugas defends in the Lady Lions Feb. 1 73-57 victory over the University of New Orleans. The Lady Lions next game will be on Feb. 8 against the University of Incarnate Word.

Gerard Borne and Symiah Dorsey, Staff Reporters

February 4, 2020

The university men’s and women’s basketball teams competed against the University of New Orleans on Feb. 1 at the University Center. Competing first at 1 p.m. were the Lady Lions, who extended their streak to four wins after defeating the Privateers 73-54, the longest Lady Lions win streak since ...

Offensive line helps Lions have No. 1 offense

The offensive line has allowed the least amount of sacks in the Southland Conference for the 2019 regular season. The Lions finished the 2019 regular season with 6,416 yards in total offense and managed to have the number one scoring offense in the Southland Conference with 493 points on the season.

Dylan Meche, Staff Reporter

December 3, 2019

The Lions finished the 2019 regular season with the first ranked overall offense in the Southland Conference for the first time under Frank Scelfo’s regime. Offensive line coach Andrew Hopp shared that he feels all areas of the team have excelled this season and the players on the offensive line...

Soccer season ends in Beaumont

The Lady Lions soccer team lost 3-2 against Lamar University in the Southland Conference Tournament.

Gerard Borne, Staff Reporter

November 1, 2018

The Lady Lions soccer team finished its season with a loss at the Southland Conference Tournament. The Lady Lions fell to Lamar University 3-2 on Oct. 31 in Beaumont, Texas. The match started out with two goals in the first half by Lamar. In the second half, the Lady Lions scored two goals, but another...

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