The Northerner

Eleby makes good on second chance

John Minor

January 26, 2011

The starting point guard for the Northern Kentucky University men’s basketball team has been a huge contributor in just his first season. Leading the team in points, rebounds and assists, Malcolm Eleby found his comfort zone as a member of the Norse. Eleby, a graduate of the Franklin Learnin...

Jane Meier receives prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award

John Minor

January 19, 2011

Jane Meier has received several awards and recognition for her years of success as Northern Kentucky University’s athletic director. Now she can add a lifetime achievement award to her collection. Meier was selected by the Division II Athletics Directors Association (ADA) to receive the 2011 Lif...

Women’s basketball prepares for push into postseason

Nick Jones

January 12, 2011

Hitting the halfway mark of the 2010-11 basketball season, the Northern Kentucky University women’s basketball team is playing its best basketball of the season. After dropping two out of their first three contest, the Norse have been able to battle back to an overall record of 11-3. With 12 games...

Men’s basketball off to quick start, but tough road awaits

John Minor

January 12, 2011

With a little over half of the 2010-11 season in the books, the Northern Kentucky University men’s basketball team has positioned themselves to make a postseason run. However, with five games left against teams ranked in the top ten of the NABC/Division II Coaches Poll, the Norse have their work cut...

Alumni night reunites grads

Matt Brewer

January 12, 2011

Despite all the empty seats in the Bank of Kentucky Center, the Northern Kentucky University Pep Band added an element of excitement and school pride to the men’s and women’s basketball games. To add to that excitement, not necessarily for the fans gathered in the arena, but for the members of the...

Norse play for one of their own

Shawn Bennett

December 1, 2010

Imagine being a young college basketball star, well-liked by teammates and with promising future ahead of you, and then you learn that you have been diagnosed with cancer. That is the reality for Northern Kentucky University student athlete Dustin Maguire, who in May learned that he had been diagnosed wit...

Largest crowd in program history for Norse basketball

Nick Jones

November 1, 2010

The Northern Kentucky University men's basketball team played in front of the largest crowed in team history in the brand new KFC Yum! Center, the new home of the Louisville Cardinals on Sunday afternoon. The attendance of 18,869 barely eclipsed the previous mark of 18,824, set in 2004 when the Norse...

Halloween starts early for NKU athletes

Sean Bennett

October 27, 2010

Halloween came a little early at Northern Kentucky University as the NKU Athletic Department held the Second Annual Halloween Hoopla on Oct. 25 at The Bank of Kentucky Center. Kids and parents came to the event, as student athletes from each sport handed out candy to the trick-or-treaters. Different boo...

Black and gold pride

Nick Jones

September 15, 2010

While many of the 16,000 students that attend NKU don’t even know what sports are offered, there is one group that is doing there best to try and spread school spirit throughout campus. This group is comprised of students that are dedicated to supporting our student athletes, and they are known as...

No rest for the Norse

Mike Collins and Mike Collins

December 9, 2009

Tim Downer/Photographer Tim Downer/Photographer The semester at Northern Kentucky University is coming to a close as students prepare for final exams.' Campus will be bare and classes will be empty as people head home for the holiday season. The NKU basketball teams don't get a break; they will be...

Women’s Basketball Recap

Drew Laskey

November 19, 2009

The Northern Kentucky University women’s basketball team put away the UC Clermont Cougars Wednesday night 81-41 and collected their first win of the season in their home Sophomore forward Sadie Bowling led the way for the lady Norse with 19 points, knocking down two 3-pointers and shooting...

Men’s Basketball falls to Dayton in final exhibition

Nick Jones and Nick Jones

November 10, 2009

The Northern Kentucky's men's basketball team fell 71-61 to the University of Dayton in the Norse's final exhibition game on Nov. 9 in Dayton. Senior guard Scott Bibbins led the Norse in scoring with a game high 15 points on 6-9 shooting, adding one assist and two rebounds. Senior center David ...

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