Lions basketball

Offense ignites for Lions

      The Lion’s offense was rolling during last Tuesday as they were able to secure their second win at home this season with a 101-65 victory over Loyola New Orleans. Seven different Lions were able to score in double figures to pull away early on into the contest. It did not take long
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Lions basketball

Students pack University Center for Full Court Fest

The Lion and Lady Lions basketball teams gave fans an opportunity to check the teams out at Full Court Fest last Tuesday. Southeastern basketball fans in attendance received free food on the behalf of courtesy of Southeastern Athletics Marketing and Promotions and also had the chance to win cash and prizes. Lions Head Coach Jay
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SLU basketball

Generals shoot down Lion comeback

The Lion’s return to the University Center was spoiled last Wednesday by a 68-82 defeat to the visiting LSU Alexandria Generals. A 15-point deficit proved to be too much for the Lions to fight out of as Southeastern trailed the Generals from start to finish. “You have to give LSU Alexandria a lot of credit,”
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Students represent gubernatorial candidates in forum

The students of Southeastern came together in an open forum to discuss and debate the candidates of the gubernatorial race as October 24 draws closer and closer. Candidates David Vitter, John Bel Edwards, Jay Dardenne and Scott Angelle were all represented by attendees, whom also answered questions regarding their chosen candidates. Dr. Claire Procopio, an
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Lions finish fall season in Baton Rouge

  The Lions golf team capped off another fall season, placing sixth at the David Toms Intercollegiate. Tournament hosts and reigning national champions Louisiana State University took first place, finishing with a team score of 864. The David Toms Intercollegiate is no unfamiliar tournament to the Lions squad. The Lions placed second last year and
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Lions football

Landor returns to lead Lions to victory.

  Junior quarterback D’Shaie Landor made his return to the Lions (3-1, 2-0 Southland) this past weekend, leading the team the team to a 30-27 victory over Southland Conference foe Lamar University (2-2, 1-1 Southland). Landor sat out the past two games with an injury, but returned to the lineup against Lamar. The Lafayette native
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