The Daily Eastern News

Weekend sporting events canceled

Nate Bloomquist

September 16, 2001

In light of last Tuesday’s tragic turn of events, all Eastern athletic contests were cancelled or postponed this weekend. Read More »...

Volleyball team ready to play after respite

Nate Bloomquist

September 16, 2001

With more than a week's worth of rest, the Eastern volleyball team is ready to get back on the court. The Panthers (4-2) will shoot for a fifth straight win on Tuesday when they travel to IUPU-Indianapolis. Read More »...

Oh say can’t you see? True heroes don’t play on a field

Bill Ruthhart

September 11, 2001

Today it seems inappropriate to fill these pages with any thing of such inconsequence like games, scores and statistics. Today we mourn one of the largest losses this country has ever been forced to endure. Today we woke up a new nation. Read More »...

Tragedy puts athletics on hold

Kristin Rojek

September 11, 2001

The volleyball team landed at O’Hare Airport at 5:35 a.m. Tuesday, roughly three hours before the first attack on the World Trade Center. Read More »...

Athletics pushed into background

Kristin Rojek

September 11, 2001

Sports have always sparked entertainment in society - a competitive war between opposing sides. Read More »...

Passing to perfection

Nate Bloomquist

September 11, 2001

For junior Tony Romo, football wasn't his first choice. If things had gone his way, he'd be playing college basketball right now. Read More »...

O-line answers all questions in season opener

Bill Ruthhart

September 9, 2001

In baseball, there's the saying that you can tell how a team's season is going to go by what the first batter of the year does. If the same adage is true in football, then the Panthers are in for a great year. Read More »...

A perfect day

Nate Bloomquist

September 9, 2001

Prior to Saturday night's season opening football game against Indiana State, Panther head coach Bob Spoo said it would be ideal for his team to score on its first posession of the game. Read More »...

Eastern cuts down Sycamores

Bill Ruthhart

September 9, 2001

Prior to Saturday night's season opening football game against Indiana State, Panther head coach Bob Spoo said it would be ideal for his team to score on its first posession of the game. Read More »...

Men’s soccer ready for weekend UWM tourney

Matt Meinheit

September 6, 2001

Eastern's men's soccer team heads north this weekend along with St. Mary's University and University of Wisconsin-Green Bay to take part in University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Invitational. Read More »...

Panther runners up to challenge

Ben Duke

September 6, 2001

After recent victories in last week's cross country meet at Northern Illinois, Eastern men's and women's cross country teams are looking forward to the tougher challenge this weekend. Read More »...

Green taking well-deserved gameday off

Matt Neistein

September 6, 2001

The NBA and NFL have been known to schedule games on Christmas Eve and even Christmas Day itself, and yet, with all of the professional athletes that dedicate their lives to God, not one that I can think of has ever taken a Christmas game off. Read More »...

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