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Baxter Capeda, editor, Derek Clarkston, assoc editor

   

New era tips-off for HPU basketball

The HPU menís basketball team will begin a new era Nov. 14 when they step on to the court for the first time in 14 seasons without their former Head Coach Tony Sellito.

   

Guest editorial: The lure of baseball...

As half the nation eagerly awaits the next game of the World Series, the other half looks on in puzzlement at what could be so enthralling about grown men hitting a little ball and running around in circles.

   

Schwinn running strong program

In her three years as head coach of the men and womenís Sea Warrior cross country program, Vien Schwinn has assembled squads capable of contending for Division II National Championships

   

Stretch run crucial for Volleyball

When the ball is in your court, you control your own destiny, and thatís exactly the situation for the HPU Lady Sea Warriors volleyball team going into the stretch run of their season.

   

Halloween Hoopla

With images of a scary pumpkin and a green witch drawn on the backboards, the Sea Warrior hoops team capped a night of basketball and halloween fun with an intrasquad scrimmage in the first HPU Halloween Hoopla at the James C. Castle gymnasium Halloween eve

   

HPU alive in Pac West

The HPU lady Sea Warriors volleyball team kept themselves in the struggle to defend their PacWest title by defeating Chaminade University in five sets in a PacWest Conference match Nov. 1 at McCabe Gym.

 
   

 

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