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SOSU throttled by #4 ACU

Updated: 09/20/2008 - The Southeastern football team (1-3) were unable to recover from a rocky start as No. 4 Abilene Christian (Texas) (3-0) handed the Savage Storm its first home loss of the season, 59-10, at Paul Laird Field.

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AC Volleyball slides to 24th

Updated: 09/17/2008 - After a tough weekend at the Southwestern Invitational in Georgetown in which they lost both of their matches, the Austin College volleyball team slipped to No. 24 in the latest American Volleyball Coaches Association Division III Coaches Top 25 Poll that was released today.

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'Roos win home opener in double OT

Updated: 09/13/2008 - Zach Mamot plunged in from two yards out and the Austin College defense held firm in the second overtime to give the ’Roos a 21-14 come from behind victory over McMurry University in their 2008 home opener on Saturday.

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No. 19 Tarleton State too much for Tigers, 38-6

Posted: 09/13/2008 - 19th-ranked Tarleton State took advantage of three lost ECU fumbles and rolled up 322 yards of its own, despite the conditions, and defeated the Tigers 38-6 in a Lone Star Conference crossover football clash.

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ECU game moved to 4pm

Posted: 09/12/2008 - East Central University’s home football game with No. 19 Tarleton State, scheduled for Saturday, has been moved up two hours and will kick off at 4 p.m. at Norris Field due to the weather effects of Hurricane Ike.

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SOSU-Eastern New Mexico Moved to 2pm

Posted: 09/12/2008 - The Southeastern football matchup with Eastern New Mexico which was originally scheduled for 6 p.m. on Saturday has been moved to a 2 p.m. kickoff due to impending weather expected from Hurricane Ike.

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Updated: Hurricane Ike forces college football game changes

Updated: 09/12/2008 - With Hurricane Ike scheduled to make landfall this weekend along the Texas coast, colleges and universities across Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma have modified their schedules for football games this weekend.

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15th-ranked Roos roll at home

Updated: 09/10/2008 - With most of its season being spent on the road this year, the No. 15-ranked Austin College volleyball team didn’t waste their first opportunity to put on a good show for the home crowd in Hughey Gymnasium on Tuesday night.

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Tigers upended by Javelinas, 44-14

Posted: 09/07/2008 - Texas A&M-Kingsville, behind the play of quarterback Billy Garza, rolled up 444 yards of total offense and its defense limited East Central to 46 net yards rushing as the Javelinas upended the Tigers 44-14 Saturday night at Norris Field.

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SOSU Drops Heartbreaker to Midwestern State

Updated: 09/08/2008 - The Southeastern football team (0-2) got three touchdowns from Baylen Laury, but came up on the short end of the 27-20 final at Midwestern State (Texas) on Saturday night in Wichita Falls, Texas.

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ECU's Johnson Earns Offensive Player of the Week

Posted: 09/02/2008 - Despite a season-opening 58-14 loss by East Central University at NCAA Division I Subdivision team Sam Houston State on Thursday night, Tiger junior quarterback Marcus Johnson was named Lone Star Conference North Offensive Player of the Week on Monday.

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Tarleton hammers SOSU in Opener 51-10

Posted: 08/28/2008 - The Tarleton Texans scored the final 41 points of the season opener Thursday to take a 51-10 victory from Southeastern Oklahoma in Stephenville.

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AC Volleyball gets highest ever pre-season ranking

Updated: 08/21/2008 - Austin College volleyball coach Ed Garza’s team finds itself ranked No. 13 in this year’s preseason CBS College Sports Network/AVCA Division III Coaches Poll.

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McCain to start at QB for SOSU

Updated: 08/19/2008 - Southeastern has a new starting quarterback. Ray Richards named Brandon McCain the starter just nine days before the opener.

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Former Durant QB Bo White heading to Southeastern

Posted: 08/10/2008 - DURANT, OK – Former Durant high school quarterback Bo White has traded in the crimson of the University of Oklahoma for the blue and gold of Southeastern Oklahoma State.

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SOSU quarterback sentenced

Updated: 08/07/2008 - DURANT, OK -- Suspended SOSU quarterback Justin Pitrucha was in the courtroom Thursday morning and was sentenced following drug charges.

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LSC hosts Football Media Day

Updated: 07/31/2008 - The Lone Star Conference held their annual football preseason media day today at the Crown Plaza Suites in Dallas.

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Former SOSU standout to be Phillies bullpen coach

Updated: 07/30/2008 - DURANT, OK -- A Southeastern Oklahoma standout will assume the duties of Philadelphia Phillies bullpen coach Roly de Armus while de Armus accompanies Team USA to the Olympic Games in Beijing, China.

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Austin College honors Worley

Updated: 07/22/2008 - Austin College celebrated the career achievements of former members of the Kangaroo family on Sunday at its annual Legends Gala, with University of Texas Associate Athletic Director Butch Worley among those being honored.

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Court hearing pushed back for SOSU quarterback

Updated: 07/17/2008 - DURANT, OK – Southeastern Oklahoma State University quarterback Justin Pitrucha will have to wait a little longer to appear in front of a judge. He was scheduled to appear in front of a judge Thursday morning for a preliminary hearing, but it has been pushed back.

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SOSU golf tournament approaches

Posted: 07/10/2008 - Teams are being assembled as the Fourth Annual Southeastern Golf Shootout approaches on July 12 at Silverado Golf Course.

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Former Durant resident wins Tonys

Updated: 06/15/2008 - NEW YORK (AP) - An Oklahoma native picks up a major honor tonight at the annual Tony Awards. "August: Osage County," Tracy Letts' scabrous tale of a dysfunctional Oklahoma family, was named best play and also picked up two acting prizes as well as an award for direction.

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