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Women’s tennis finish the season tied for best league record in program history

The Cleveland State women’s tennis team has battled hard this year, and they are now in second place in the Horizon League.
The Vikings won on Friday night, April 15, at Youngstown State with a 6-1 victory and they won at home on Saturday, when they hosted Detroit.
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Indians easily surge to first place

“In case you haven’t noticed, and judging by the attendance you haven’t, the Indians have managed to win a few here and there, and are threatening to climb out of the cellar.” – Harry Doyle, Major League.

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Lake Erie Monsters hosted their first playoff game in franchise history over the weekend

Cleveland has always been a football town, but back in the day the city also had a minor league hockey team. The Cleveland Barons went on to win nine Calder Cups before folding. Now that Cleveland has another minor league hockey team, will fans flock to the games and overall will the media take part in showcasing great minor league hockey?

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Men’s go into playoffs as No. 1 Seed in Horizon

The Cleveland State men’s tennis team has played phenomenal this year and has finished this year’s regular season as the number one seed team.
Aris Spirtos

The Vikings ran its win streak to eight straight with a 4-3 win over Northern Illinois in the regular season finale on Sunday, April 17, at the Paramount Tennis Center in Westlake, Ohio.

 

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Local baseball star with ties to CSU shines in MLB

Adam RussellIn an area known for its love for baseball, one Major League player has close ties to not only the area but Cleveland State as well.

Adam Russell grew up in North Olmsted working hard to become a baseball player. His father William Russell recalls the days when he would play catch in the backyard with his son.

“I remember the days of having to wear shin guards to protect my legs while Adam threw his hardest,” recollected Bill.

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24-hour swim/flip-a-thon begins Thursday at Noon

Natural disasters cannot only cause damage and wreak havoc across thousands of miles of land, but can also split families, loved ones, and friends apart forever.
Beginning today at noon, Cleveland State will try to have their voices heard, as part of the recent disasters that took place and nearly involved more than half of the world.

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