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The Lady Raiders got themselves back on track after suffering their first loss of the year in the M-Club Tournament final when they hosted Kenyon on November 26. Mount Union entered the game sporting a 4-1 record, and Kenyon came in sitting at .500 (3-3).  

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All of the Mount Union men’s basketball team’s losses came during away games this season. They were just defeated by John Carroll by 17 points while on the road. As the men traveled to Muskingum Wednesday night, the team set out to prove that being on the road translates to a win. Asked and …

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Vince Kehres’ announcement to head to Toledo as a Defensive Assistant was shocking for all Raider fans and the entire Division III. Players heard of the news on Twitter before an official announcement from the coach was given later in the afternoon. Players have now begun to show support for…

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 As the Browns end their search for a head coach, the Raiders may be just beginning theirs. The news shocked both Mount Union and the entirety of Division III when it was reported that head coach Vince Kehres accepted a job at the University of Toledo. 

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Kevin Love has spent every year of his career with the Cavaliers fighting trade rumors. Despite the rumors, the five-time all-star has earned himself both a championship and a fresh contract extension during his time in Cleveland. Now, as the Cavs begin to struggle, national sports media out…

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The 2019 Mount Union football team was built to win again, and yet they will be home this holiday season. The number one offense in Division Three, North Central College came into Saturday ready to surprise, and that’s what they did. The Raiders walked off their home field wondering how the …

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The Lady Raiders got themselves back on track after suffering their first loss of the year in the M-Club Tournament final when they hosted Kenyon on November 26. Mount Union entered the game sporting a 4-1 record, and Kenyon came in sitting at .500 (3-3).  

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Mount Union opened their 2019 playoff campaign with everything they wanted. The offense produced, while the defense once gain did what they have done all year. Offense and defense working well means a 65-14 Mount Union win over Hanover College. 

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Normally when you ask that question when regarding the Cleveland Browns, it’s understandable. The Browns usually cause us to ask ourselves if they’re actually playing football or not. That was the case of the entire 2017 season when they went 0-16.  

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Mount Union finished their regular season Saturday on the road against Marietta. Despite another playoff run shimmering the distance, the Raiders had to finish business against an OAC opponent. Mount Union had no problems, winning 69-7. Senior D’Angelo Fulford won 91.1 WRMU Player of the gam…

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The Raiders traveled to Westerville, Ohio for an OAC semifinal matchup against Otterbein on November 7. Mount Union entered the game with a 10-4-4 record and were fresh off a win over Capital in the OAC quarterfinal round, only two days prior. The Cardinals, on the other hand, were playing i…

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It’s hard no to mention the Raiders impending playoff run coming up, but the team still had two games to take care of. Saturday saw a late season OAC matchup that made the Raiders look as good as ever. Mount Union gave continued success on both sides of the ball with a 51-3 win. 

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The fifth seeded Raiders traveled to Columbus, Ohio to take on the fourth seeded Crusaders in an OAC quarterfinal matchup on November 5. Mount Union entered the tournament fresh off a 2-0 win over Ohio Northern in the regular season finale and looked to carry the momentum onward. It was a ba…

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On Saturday November 2, the Lady Raiders met the Polar Bears on a cold night in Mount Union Stadium for their senior night. Unfortunately, the Raiders entered the game knowing this would be their last game of the season after being mathematically eliminated from the race for an OAC tournamen…

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Mount Union Men’s Basketball is ready to return to the OAC Championship after a heartbreaking end to the 2018-19 season.  

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Alliance stayed a crisp 47 during Mount Union’s entire game Saturday. The weather that Senior offensive lineman Brendan Klaus described as “Football weather” was embraced by the Raiders. Mount Union moved to 8-0 defeating Ohio Northern 63-24. 

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As the Raiders stepped onto the field in Tiffin Saturday, it was clear the day would be cold and rainy. Coach Kehres stuck to throwing the ball against Heidelberg in the first drive and soon found the rain would make a difference. The Raiders pushed the running game from that point on and fo…

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Even though lacrosse is a spring sport, that doesn’t stop the Mount Union men’s lacrosse team from working out and preparing for the upcoming season. The NCAA allows Division III lacrosse programs to practice a certain number of times in the fall, and last week, the team concluded a successf…

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Eight weeks are now in the book as the second half of the season has begun for most schools. This past weekend, of the eleven undefeated teams left in the FBS, only nine survived. We got to see three top-25 matchups where the higher ranked school won every time. We saw a total of three top-2…

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College football is now seven weeks in, and we are beginning to see who might be real and who the fakers were. As the College Football Playoff rankings near their first release, we have two more weeks of breaking down the AP Top 25 Poll. After that, we’ll switch over to the committee’s poll.…

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Saturday night, the Lady Raiders hosted Capital in a Homecoming night showdown. The Raiders entered the game with a 5-6-1 (1-3 OAC) record, and the Crusaders came in sporting a 10-4 (3-1 OAC) record. Mount Union frequently found themselves on defense in Saturday night’s game, as the Crusader…

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The 12th ranked John Carroll University men’s soccer team traveled to Alliance on October 9th for a top 25 matchup against the 19th ranked Mount Union Purple Raiders. The matchup saw a high-power JCU offense averaging 2.18 goals per game meet a lockdown Mount Union defense that came into the…

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While students began to file home for fall break this past weekend, the Raiders traveled to Wilmington. The mid-season OAC matchup proved one thing, the Raiders get better each week. Both side of the ball showed up as the Raiders traveled three hours to be declared 63-6 winners. 

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Week six did not disappoint as we continue to see the excitement and tradition of college football. This past weekend, the top two schools got a week off, while many other schools battled it out. We had a top-ten matchup that helped shake things up a bit, a top-20 matchup that helped a team …

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Five weeks are done, and that means we are only three weeks away from the first playoff ranking release. As far as the top ten goes, not much has changed. But for the rest of the top 25, changes are happening every week. This week brought an upset alert, a statement-win, a bounce-back win, t…

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At #9 in Division III, John Carroll will most likely be Mount Union’s toughest opponent until playoffs. Before Saturday the Blue Streaks had given up just two touchdowns in two games. By halftime it was clear the Raiders were up to their toughest task walking away 37-7 winners. 

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The 2019 NFL season’s main storyline has not been about any particular player’s game or a team rising into the league’s top tier. Instead, the main storyline has been surrounded by drama about what a certain player thinks is best for his career. 

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Four weeks down and the bigger games are beginning to pick up. This last week included two top 25 matchups, a top ten matchup, two top 15 upsets, and three more top 25 upsets. This week shows the unpredictability college football brings week in and week out. Let’s dive right into the action …

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Saturday was filled with excitement as Mount Union ran through the student section to open the game. The campus was busy with art fest, family weekend, and a football home opener. While they started slow, Mount Union finished a winner. 

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We are now through the third week in the 2019 college football season and minor shifts in the Top 25 have come along with it. This week, we saw three upsets and a lot of what we expected to see. We also were provided with offensive sparks from the top eight teams in the country. 

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When the Zips hosted UAB on Saturday, September 7, it was a one-sided affair. Although Akron struck and opened the scoring on the first possession of the game, it was all UAB after that. Akron opened the scoring when Deltron Sands ran it in from a yard out and put the Zips up 6-0 after a fai…

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We are now two weeks through the FBS division one football season and a lot of action in the top 25 is beginning to play out. Including some upsets, some top ten matchups, and a few close calls for big schools. The best part is the excitement is only beginning. 

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The much anticipated “New Browns” season opener offered limited success. The Browns forced fans to exit with ten minutes left in the fourth quarter, eventually losing 43-13. It would be easier to say that the Browns came out unprepared and were overmatched by the Titans, but the loss wasn’t …

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Sitting in traffic for almost two hours and arriving at the start-line just minutes before the race was not the ideal situation for the Mount Union Cross Country teams who competed in their season opener Friday night in Wilmington, Ohio. Despite getting caught in a traffic jam, the men’s tea…

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1. The Video Game Team- The Browns roster is stacked in a way that on paper, they should win every game. After adding Odell, John Dorsey had assembled a division favorite in just two years. That’s only done in video games. If the video game scenario plays out: The Browns will go 12-4, see th…

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It has been a very challenging season for the 2019 Cleveland Indians. If you’ve paid attention to any of it this year, you know that we’ve seen it all. The Tribe has gone through losing streaks, injuries a plenty, blow-outs, large division deficits and heartbreaking late-game losses. 

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As we dive into the fall season, that only means one thing: football is back! Many schools know that you must be nearly perfect if you want a shot to be one of the final four teams participating in the College Football Playoffs (CFP) in January. Last year, Notre Dame went 12-0 in the regular…

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A Saturday night preseason game should be a slow news story for football fans. ESPN’S Adam Schefter changed that by Tweeting out that the Indianapolis Colts’ Quarterback and former number-one overall pick Andrew Luck is retiring. Luck exited the game to unfortunate boos and a tear-jerking pr…

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The defending national champions have everything to lose entering 2019. Unlike last year, the Clemson Tigers enter with arguably the face of college football in quarterback Trevor Lawrence. 

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QUEENS, N.Y. - The sports world rejoices as the U.S. Open is officially underway at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Queens, N.Y. 

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Carmelo Anthony should be in the NBA, that’s clear. Players respect Carmelo, he wants to play, and what he has left has fans curious. As the season approaches, Carmelo has no team and is becoming desperate as he appeared on ESPN’s First Take to explain the narratives about him and his extrem…

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When Cleveland pitcher Danny Salazar threw batting practice back in May, it shouldn’t have been a big deal. Unfortunately for the Indian’s flame thrower, this was. Salazar is slated for a rehab assignment coming up, which is a monumental step in a long and confusing process for Salazar.

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Zion Williamson is the no brainer first overall pick in the upcoming NBA draft. Zion has become a household name, wait, is he? I decided to ask the non-sports fans within the Mount Union radio meeting if they know who Zion is.

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Dwayne Wade concluded his 16 year career last week in Brooklyn. The entire season was a tough goodbye for one of the NBA’s greats. Fans showed appreciation while some scoffed at the idea of Wade getting this much love (Paul Pierce). My earliest basketball memory is Dwayne Wade throwing the b…

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Channing Frye probably doesn’t deserve the same retirement tour as Dwayne Wade, but Cleveland made sure to say good bye in style Sunday. Kevin Love had on his Frye #45 Arizona jersey as a warm up and the crowd cheered as Frye accepted a painting of himself, Love, and their friend Richard Jef…

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The Duke Blue Devils dominate College basketball year to year. Coach Mike Krzyzewski has created a program that is known for titles and first draft talent. This year presented fans with a special Duke team that was deemed champions when the season began. The 2018-2019 Duke men’s basketball w…

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The Murray State Racers stepped into round one of the NCAA tournament as upset favorites. The 12 Racers seed took down six seeded Marquette, all lead by sophomore Point Guard Ja Morant. Despite being at small Murray State, Morant is a lottery pick that would fit with any of the top five team…