Lady Jackets Survive Double Overtime
Breanne Watterworth scored 23 points and pulled down 13 rebounds to help Cedarville to a 72-66 double-overtime, nail-biting win over Ohio Christian on Thursday night.
Watterworth made more shots than she missed, converting nine of her 17 shots from the field. Watterworth also made each of her five attempts from the charity stripe.
The junior forward said she brought a two-pronged attack to help the Lady Jackets.
“We struggled with encouragement early on, so I just felt like I had ...
Lady Jackets Win Easily Over Wilberforce
The Cedarville Lady Jackets were able to showcase their roster from top to bottom in their 95-42 thrashing over the Wilberforce Bulldogs on Saturday night.
Six players finished in double figures for the second time in three games, and all ten active players saw playing time in the game. Nine of the ten Lady Jackets put the ball in the basket at some point in the game.
Ellie Juengel came off the bench to lead the team in scoring. She dropped 16 points and shot 4-7 from behind the ...
Behind the Serving Lines
Food is fuel for learning minds, and Cedarville stomachs are fed in one main area: the dining hall in the Stevens Student Center.
The Cedarville University dining hall goes through a lot of food in one day. One employee, Chris Hubosky, said that in a single dinner, workers might put 500 pounds of smoked beef onto the serving lines to feed the Cedarville University community. With such a huge task, it takes a lot of effort to make sure food is on the line in a timely manner. Cedarville’s 32 ...
A Child of God First, a Paralympian Second
Cedarville University freshman Grace Norman won the gold medal in the triathlon when the event debuted at the Rio Paralympics in September. Then she won a bronze medal in the 400 meters.
Norman was born without her left foot due to a condition called amniotic bands. Amniotic bands are fibrous string-like bands that restrict blood flow and can cause in vitro amputations. In Norman’s case, the bands constricted more as she grew, causing her to lose her foot. It was a shock to her parents ...
Shelton Seeks to Lead Volleyball On and Off Court
For most teams, the biggest goal for each season is to win as many games as possible. The leader of the team’s responsibility is to make sure that objective happens.
That is just not the case for Cedarville University’s volleyball team this season. Senior captain Abby Shelton knows that the wins and records are not eternal, but the souls of her teammates are.
“This season is about so much more than just volleyball,” Shelton said.
That is where it all starts for the Cedarville ...