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Vikings 0-1-1 in the Horizon League

The Cleveland State University men’s soccer team is off to not a good start, though they have a good lineup for the field in the new season.
The Vikings recently played St. Bonaventure on September 21, which led them to a loss of 2-1. On September 24, they held the Horizon League opener against Valparaiso that ended in a tie. The next scheduled game for The Vikings lost to Wright State 2-1 in Fairborn on Sep. 27.
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Former baseball stars now shining at other schools

Cleveland State athletics’ sudden cancellation of the baseball program has left former players shocked and angry.
CSU announced the cancellation of the baseball program after the 2011 season, but will continue to grant scholarships.
But for some former players, the scholarships aren’t enough. A number of students have decided to transfer schools entirely to play the game they love.
One such student is former Viking senior Tyler Wynn.

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Cleveland State men's, women's tennis in full swing

The Cleveland State women’s tennis team opened the 2011 fall season Sept. 16, at the Bowling Green State University Invitational. The two-day tournament featured teams fromDetroit, Duquesne, Evansville, IPFW, IUPUI, Toledo, Xavier and host BGSU.
Sophomores Alex Power and Kara Sherwood both won their first two matches advancing to the championship match in their individual flights.

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Bailey shines for Vikings golf team

Michael KlaricAfter a rain delay, the Cleveland State Vikings men’s golf team placed second in their first invitational of the season on October 4.

The Viking shot a 294 to finish under the first place team IPFW who shot 289.

Head coach Steve Weir thinks his team played rather well for placing second.

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Women’s soccer team is fighting injuries

Cleveland State women’s soccer is having a rough time competing with other teams in the Horizon League. CSU fell short to Valparaiso on Sunday (Oct. 9).

The Vikings were on the road this past week playing Butler and Valparaiso, both teams out of Indiana. The loss to Valparaiso dropped CSU to 8-5-1 overall and 1-3-1 in league play.
“We didn’t come out with a lot of energy and intensity today, and that cost us in the end,” said Derrek Falor, head coach.

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On the road again with a Viking athlete

A student-athlete must be a connoisseur of many fields. Beyond their sport, they need to keep their grades high, and as athletes, be strong on the art of travel, for all those times when their sport takes them beyond Cleveland State’s borders.

In the case of the CSU volleyball team, it’s a skill that is coming in handy.

The team recently took to the road where they defeated teams Green Bay, Wis. 3 games to 0, Valparaiso, Ind. 4 games to 3, and Chicago 3 games to 0.

Combined, these Vikings had to travel about 15 hours and nearly 6,000 miles to represent CSU.

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