Seniors Lead Cedarville in Senior Night Win
The seniors on the Cedarville men's basketball team gave the fans a performance to remember. On a frigid Thursday night, the Yellow Jackets used blistering three-point shooting and hustle to beat the Salem International Tigers, 103-72, in front of a crowd of 1,113.
This being the last home game of the regular season, seniors Jason Cuffee, Marcus Reineke, Leighton Smith, and Connor Scott were introduced before the game.
At the start, Cedarville jumped out to an early lead. Senior swing ...
Lady Jackets Cruise Past Winless Tigers
For the first time in program history, a nationally ranked Cedarville women’s basketball team hosted a home game. Placed 25th in the USA Today Division II women’s poll, the Jackets handily defeated Salem International University, 71-49.
Cedarville leapt out to a 13-2 lead in the first five minutes and never looked back. The Tigers, winless on the season, only had one player on the bench, and trailed, 34-17, at the half.
The Lady Jackets were not as dominant in the paint as they have ...
Q&A Gives Students an Informal Look at the SGA Candidates
SGA's Town Hall Thursday night gave students an informal and humorous chance to get to know the president, vice president and chaplain candidates for next year's Student Government Association.
The candidates played a game of "Sorry!" which determined what questions the candidates were asked.
Candidates shared their reasons for running for an SGA position. Steve Clark, who currently holds the chaplain position, said he didn't have to think twice about campaigning for the position again....