Sports

Women’s Soccer Regular Season Champs, GAC Conference Runner Up

Crimson Storm Soccer won the regular season championship. Last weekend, Crimson Storm women’s soccer team lost 0-1 in the GAC championship game. This was the first GAC championship in school history, and SNU was able to host the tournament. Crimson Storm was the first seed in the tournament. The Crimson Storm (10-8, 8-2 GAC) entered the GAC tournament with a ... Read More »

USTA/ITAs Regional Championship

The Southern Nazarene University tennis team participated in the USTA/ITA (United States Tennis Association/Intercollegiate Tennis Association)  regional tournament in Springfield, MO last weekend, September 19-21. Senior Maria Andrianova lost in singles in a quarterfinal to Patricia Husakova, from Northeastern State. Andrianova fell 6-4, 6-2 in her last match at the USTA/ITA’s tournament. The day before the quarterfinal Andrianova had a ... Read More »

Tennis Coach Returns after 34 years

Charlie Hibbard is our new head tennis coach here at Southern Nazarene University. She came to the coaching position in August 2013, right before school began. It has been a long way back. Coach Charlie Hibbard attended Bethany Nazarene College in 1975 and also was part of the tennis team. She graduated with a degree in Kinesiology in 1979.  While ... Read More »

Storm Soccer Recap

Southern Nazarene University soccer field hosted men and women’s soccer games last Thursday, September 4th. The women’s team won 2-0 over Rogers State University and the men’s team lost 0-2 against RSU. The win was a nice way to start the season. The SNU Crimson Storm women’s team finished the Thursday game with goals by Mallary Pineda, a senior from ... Read More »

Feature Friday: Kaylee Piatt

Get to know Kaylee Piatt, a student-athlete with a family full of Storm Athletes including her fiancé. What is your major? I graduated in December of 2013 with my degree in Sport Management and I am currently working on my MBA. What team do you play on? SNU Volleyball. #RollStorm Where are you from? I was born in Okarche, OK but I ... Read More »

Gaining Soccer Spirit

I believe. I believe that. I believe that we. I believe that we will win. That’s the chant, or perhaps a better term would be war cry, that encouraged, surrounded and lifted up the U.S. national team at the 2014 FIFA World Cup this past summer. Now, I am not normally a sports person. I just don’t watch it. Much ... Read More »

Feature Friday: Natasha Fuentes

Get to know SNU Double Duty Athlete: Starting Goalie and Storm Rider Natasha Fuentes. Where are you from? Mustang/Yukon What is your major?  Business – Marketing What are your hobbies and interests? Horseback riding and reading Three words that describe you: Quiet, Laid back, Determined Greatest fear: Spiders! What achievement are you most proud of? There are so many! Being in college and owning ... Read More »

Clippers Clip Sterling

Cass White, Staff Writer  In today’s society we expect racism and hatred to be behind us, but unfortunately it’s not. Donald Sterling, the owner of the Clippers, was banned from the NBA for life once the allegations of him making racial comments were confirmed. Sterling was having a conversation with his former girlfriend “V”, when the racial comments were made. ... Read More »

Huge First Step for Student Athletes

Carlos Font, Student Writer  On March 26, 2014 the National Labor Relation Board (NLRB) ruled that The College Athletes Players Association (CAPA), which has been led by Northwestern, Kain Colter, had won their case, which means that the Northwestern football players will be seen as employees rather than student-athletes and that they can form a union.This is a big step ... Read More »

SNU Baseball celebrates seniors

Carlos Font, Staff Writer The 2014 baseball season is coming to a close. For the Storm, it’s been a roller coaster since day one, when the team reported for their first work out in late August. The start of a new season represents new goals, expectations and hopes but for some, the start of the new season might mean the ... Read More »