Southeastern’s Alford impresses at NFL Scouting Combine

  Former Southeastern defensive back and Hammond native Robert Alford was among the top performers in his position at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis this week. Alford recorded a 4.39 seconds time in the 40-yard dash, which was the fourth fastest amongst the cornerbacks. Alford also impressed with his performances in the other drills
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Lions take home River Bell after dispatching Colonels in a 35-16 dismantling

Thibodaux, La.- Southeastern didn’t give the Colonels a chance on Thursday night as the Lions defeated them 35-16 to take home the River Bell in their annual rivalry game against Nicholls State. The Lions were dominant on defense throughout the night and scored twice on special teams while they cruised to victory and finished the
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Lions struggle in loss to Bears, no longer undefeated in conference play

Hammond- The Southeastern Lions ended the Homecoming week festivities with a whimper instead of a roar as they fell to Central Arkansas 34-14 on Saturday night. The Lions were unable to make the plays and spent the night trailing the Bears. The Lions had to fight to stay competitive after heading into halftime with the
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Lions power through Lumberjacks to win final home game

Hammond- Southeastern powered through the Lumberjacks November 10th as they won their final home game of the season. Led by the dual rushing attack of Xavier Roberson and Rasheed Harrell, the Lions’ won in a decisive performance as each back topped the 100-yard mark en route to the Lions’ 42-27 victory.   The Lions’ rushing
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Voodoo Fest 2012 kicks off

New Orleans- Voodoo Fest started off today under beautiful blue skies and temperatures in the low 80’s. Festival goers couldn’t have asked for better weather as they enjoyed the bands and performers at the stages set up around New Orleans’s City Park.   The TBC Brass Band was one of the highlights of the early
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Students express concerns as election draws near

Hammond- As Nov. 6 approaches, the presidential election race is coming down to the wire. With two weeks left until the election, the two parties have gone through three debates so far and have given voters as clear an indication as they’re going to where each party stands on the important issues the country is
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