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Harley Sutton, sophomore and business major at Calumet College of St. Joseph, set a record of 2,888 points at the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference (CCAC). This Indoor Championship was held at Olivet Nazarene University on Feb.17-18. “Before each event, I like to visualize...Read more →
In a sports year filled with historic championships, the 2016 Fall Classic was no different. A clash between franchises with the two longest title droughts in the league, the Chicago Cubs defeated the Cleveland Indians in seven games. It was the first time the North Siders have won the World...Read more →
Shannon Drewes says there are two big things missing at Calumet College of St. Joseph. “Something that really lacks at our school is spirit and enthusiasm,” the sophomore Drewes says. “I think if we all came together to support each other it would create a fun atmosphere and bring us closer...Read more →
Last season the Crimson Wave Wrestling team was able to qualify two wrestlers who represented the school at the national tournament in Topeka, Kansas. Entering his fourth year as head coach, Ryan Rivera expects to surpass last year’s short-lived success “Our goal is to exceed our last season’s...Read more →
At one point in this season, the CCSJ softball team had an abysmal record of five victories and 10 defeats. Things only looked to get worse once the Crimson Wave started to deal with injuries like that of junior first baseman Nicole Henry. The Toronto native suffered from a lower...Read more →
Newton has won a NJCAA National Championship (2009), a NCAA National Championship (2010), been selected as the Heisman Trophy winner (2010), picked number one overall in the 2011 NFL Draft by the Carolina Panthers, and by the time you read this he may have added to his collection with a Super Bowl...Read more →
This is hardly how Broncos President and GM John Elway and his legendary quarterback Peyton Manning drew it up before the season, but I’m sure both will take it now. Written by Bradly Hamm Only two years removed from leading the most explosive offense in the long, storied history of the NFL,...Read more →
Geena Locicero, Women's Basketball and Softball Player Coach Helm stepped up to the plate this year with a relatively blank state: not to diminish the past of the program, but only three players from the previous season’s line-up returned. When Helm was asked how he intends to grow the number of members...Read more →
CCSJ’s bowling team maintained their first place ranking after competing in the 2015 Orange & Black Classic in Beavercreek, Ohio. Senior Cory Wiles finished first in the junior varsity category and second overall. Senior Matt Kuba took second in the varsity category and third overall. CCSJ finished...Read more →
Having enough players has tended to be a bit of a problem for CCSJ Women's basketball. Last year's Crimson Waves finished the season in the first round of the conference tournament with only a handful of players. Out of that scrappy gang from last year, only Daionna Epps-Jones returns to the line-up...Read more →
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