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The student news site of Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois.

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Mitchell makes big difference

Mitchell makes big difference

Chantelle Pressley, a junior forward, and Kelsey Wyss, a sophomore guard, double team Austin Peay’s Brooke Faulkner Saturday afternoon in Lantz Arena. The Panthers beat the Governors 79-58. (Audrey Sawyer

Mitchell makes big difference

Sophomore forward Sydney Mitchell’s 16 point-five assist-five rebound night led the Panthers to a win, 79-58, over rival Austin Peay Saturday.

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  • Kyle Carlesimo, a freshman guard, struggles to gain possession of a loose ball but a St. Mary of the Woods College player holds his firm grip on the ball during the mens basketball game against the St. Mary of the Woods College Black Horses in Lantz Arena Monday afternoon. Carlesimo led the Panthers with 19 points and seven rebounds. The team had an average of 4 rebounds per player, with a total of 50. The Panthers won 102-40 against the Black Horses.

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  • Maya Chandler (10), a junior guard, is defended by Miah Monohan (3), a sophomore guard as she approaches the Panthers hoop during the womens basketball game against the Loyola University Chicago Ramblers in Lantz Arena Sunday afternoon. Monahan scored five points with six assists and four rebounds. The Panthers won 83-73 against the Ramblers.

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  • Linebacker Colin Bohanek (45), and defensive back Mark Aitken (2), tackles a Southeast Missouri player during their game Saturday afternoon. The Panthers lost to the Redhawks 31-7 on the OBrien Field.

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  • Summerlyn Smith (8), a senior setter, puts up the ball during volleyball practice in Lantz Arena Thursday afternoon.

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  • Forward Sincere Malone (5), splits the double team by Illinois States defense on the right wing as Malone attempts to drive to the basket at Easterns first mens basketball home game of the season against Illinois State University. The Panthers lost to the Redbirds 54-49 in Lantz Arena.

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  • Quarterback Dom Shoffner (0), attempts to run the ball and is tackled by Southeast Missouris defensive lineman, Nasim Cairo (55) at their game Saturday afternoon. The Panthers lost to the Redhawks 31-7 on the OBrien Field.

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  • Markenzy Pierre (1), a redshirt senior runningback, runs drills during football practice at OBrien Field Wednesday afternoon.

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  • Guard Yaakema Rose Jr. (4), yells in excitement after center player Nick Ellington (11), dunks the ball during their game vs. Illinois State University. The Panthers lost to the Redbirds 54-49 in Lantz Arena.

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  • Outside hitter, Giovana Larregui Lopez (15) jumps up to spike the ball against University of Southern Indiana at Lantz Arena. The Panthers won 3-0.

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  • Kate Stevens is a senior sports media relations major. and can be reached at 217-581-2812.

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