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Forty-nine Southeast Student-Athletes Receive Degrees

A total of 49 Southeast Missouri student-athletes received degrees last Saturday during commencement exercises. Prior to commencement, the graduating Redhawks were honored Friday afternoon at a pre-graduation ceremony held at the University Center. Director of Athletics Brady Barke addressed the attendees before Deja Jones of women's basketball provided remarks. Zaki Ali, a former student-athlete at SEMO and now an attorney in Indianapolis, was the keynote speaker. Zaki's message retold his

Anderson, Messex and Tillotson Earn All-OVC Honors

Southeast Missouri center fielder Rachel Anderson, shortstop Sarah Messex and catcher Abby Tillotson were named to the 2018 All-Ohio Valley Conference Team during the league's pre-tournament banquet Tuesday night. Anderson garnered first-team honors for the second-straight season, while Messex and Tillotson claimed second-team accolades. Anderson became the first Southeast player to earn first-team all-conference honors in back-to-back years since 2007 and 2008. The Southeast softball team

Doroshenko & Zonova Named to 2018 All-OVC Tennis Teams

Southeast Missouri sophomore tennis players Oleksandra Doroshenko and Kseniya Zonova both earned All-Ohio Valley Conference accolades, the league announced last week. Doroshenko was named to the First-Team All-OVC and Zonova garnered Second-Team All-OVC honors. The duo is the first pair of Redhawk players to be named to All-OVC Teams since 2011. Head coach Mary Beth Gunn said that having two players named to all-conference is progress for the program, and she hopes to continue to build their

Redhawks Earn Conference and National Recognition

A number of Redhawk student-athletes have earned awards over the past week. Alexis Brawner and McKinzie Jones represented Southeast Missouri women's gymnastics last Sunday at the 2018 USA Gymnastics Women's Collegiate National Championships individual event finals in Texas. Brawner tied for sixth on the vault, and Jones tied for third on beam, and both earned First Team USA Gymnastics All-American honors. Brawner also earned second team All-American honors on bars and floor, and McKenna Stanley

Redhawks and Mid-America Transplant Partner During National Donate Life Month

The Southeast Missouri Department of Athletics and Mid-America Transplant are partnering during the month of April to raise awareness about organ, eye and tissue donation. April is designated as National Donate Life Month, and the partnership will be highlighted by a "Green Up" game next Saturday, April 21 at Capaha Field when the baseball team hosts Murray State. Fans will have the opportunity to learn more about organ, eye and tissue donation and register their decision to be a donor at the

Redhawks and Mid-America Transplant Partner During National Donate Life Month

Redhawks Show Out for NFL Scouts

Southeast Missouri's football team held its Pro Day at Houck Field on Monday. A total of eight SEMO players conducted various testing exercises for five different National Football League teams. Athletes from other universities were also welcome to participate in the day's events. NFL teams in attendance included the Jacksonville Jaguars, Los Angeles Rams, Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions and Cleveland Browns. The Lions had multiple personnel at the event. Those who participated went through a

Cindy Gannon Leaves Legacy with the Walk for Women

The idea for the Walk for Women event was initially developed by Cindy Gannon as a way to recognize the accomplishments of our female student-athletes, while helping to raise money to support athletic scholarships. Since its inception, Cindy has helped guide this event, which has raised more than $500,000 for athletic scholarships. At last year's walk, Director of Athletics Brady Barke announced that in appreciation for the decade long commitment to the Walk for Women event and her efforts to

Doroshenko Named adidas® OVC Tennis Co-Female Athlete of the Week

This week's Two Minute Drill is the third in a four-part Cindy Gannon Walk for Women series, highlighting the accomplishments of our women student-athletes and coaches. Sophomore tennis student-athlete Oleksandra Doroshenko was named the adidas® Ohio Valley Conference Tennis Co-Female Athlete of the Week, the league announced Wednesday. Doroshenko posted a perfect 4-0 record this past week in singles and doubles with wins over Western Illinois and Eastern Kentucky. "Oleksandra has played some

Cindy Gannon Walk for Women Series: Krumrey Surpasses 300 Career Strikeouts

This week's Two Minute Drill is the second in a four-part Cindy Gannon Walk for Women series, highlighting the accomplishments of our women student-athletes and coaches. Senior pitcher Madeline Krumrey went over 300 career strikeouts as the Southeast Missouri softball team swept Indiana State in a doubleheader Tuesday, March 13, at the Southeast Softball Complex, the first home games for the Redhawks this season. Krumrey caught ISU leadoff hitter Leslie Sims looking on strikes for her 300th

Cindy Gannon Walk for Women Series: Krumrey Surpasses 300 Career Strikeouts

Bilbruck Tries Out for U.S. National Team in Colorado Springs

This week's Two Minute Drill is the first in a four-part Cindy Gannon Walk for Women series, highlighting the accomplishments of our women student-athletes and coaches. Opposite hitter Haley Bilbruck of the Redhawks Volleyball team participated in the U.S. Women's National Team Open Tryouts held last week at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The tryouts were a first for Bilbruck and her attendance at the USA Volleyball Tryout marked the first player in Southeast

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