Toledo men fall 85-77 to CMU Tuesday night

Blake Bacho, Sports Editor
March 4, 2015
Filed under Sports

The University of Toledo men’s basketball team arrived at McGuirk Arena Tuesday night knowing they held the keys to their own destiny. After falling to Central Michigan, UT will need a little help to get where they want to go. The Chippewas (22-6, 12-5 MAC) earned at least a share of the Mid-American... Read more »

Blake Bacho: Character should count in NFL

Blake Bacho: Character should count in NFL

Blake Bacho, Sports Editor
March 3, 2015
Filed under Sports

When you hear Jameis Winston’s name, what is the first word that pops in your head? Punk? Thief? Entitled moron? Wait, that last one was two words. In any case, the former Florida State starting quarterback is on the short list to go first overall in next month’s NFL Draft. Tampa Bay, a... Read more »

BRAVO!

BRAVO!

Robert Hearons, Associate Sports Editor
March 3, 2015
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

The University of Toledo women’s basketball team’s lineup is riddled with talent from across the pond. Freshman guard Jay-Ann Bravo-Harriott is the latest transplant from Europe, specifically England, to make a name for herself as a Rocket. “It is nice being in a different culture,” she... Read more »

Toledo men defeat Ball State on Senior Night

Blake Bacho, Sports Editor
February 28, 2015
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The University of Toledo men’s basketball team bid farewell to a trio of seniors with a dominating victory over Ball State. The Rockets (19-10, 11-5 MAC) defeated the Cardinals 70-59 in UT’s ‘Senior Night’ game Saturday at Savage Arena. It was the last regular season home game for guards Juice... Read more »

Rockets iced by Huskies at home

Rockets iced by Huskies at home

Blake Bacho, Sports Editor
February 25, 2015
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

For some reason, Savage Arena has not been a friendly place this season for the University of Toledo men’s basketball team. The Rockets (18-10, 10-5 MAC) dropped an 84-82 decision to Northern Illinois (11-15, 5-10 MAC) Wednesday night. UT’s fourth home conference loss of the season knocked Toledo... Read more »

Toledo rebounds on road against Winthrop

Keith Boggs, Sports Reporter
February 24, 2015
Filed under Sports

The Rockets baseball team rebounded this past weekend in South Carolina, winning two of three games in a series against Winthrop. Toledo took the first game on Friday 3-0, before dropping the second game of the series 11-3 the next day. UT was able to win the rubber match 4-3 in the second game of... Read more »

Leading by example

Leading by example

Robert Hearons, Associate Sports Editor
February 24, 2015
Filed under Sports

Toledo junior Otto Black is certainly not new to the game of golf. Before he even graduated high school, Black had earned all-state honors, a spot on Michigan’s All-State Super Team and five Top 20 finishes in AJGA events. Now three years into his collegiate career, the two-time Mid-American Conference... Read more »

Tough act to follow

Blake Bacho, Sports Editor
February 17, 2015
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University of Toledo freshman guard Stuckey Mosley wasn’t on head coach Tod Kowalczyk’s radar when the two first crossed paths. Kowalczyk had never even heard of Mosley until the 6-3 Florida native quite literally forced the issue at a basketball tournament in Indianapolis. The Rockets’ head... Read more »

UT kicks off season with a trio of road defeats

UT kicks off season with a trio of road defeats

Marcus Dodson, Sports Reporter
February 17, 2015
Filed under Sports

Winter storms may be painting the northern portion of the country white, but that hasn’t stopped the University of Toledo baseball team from thawing out their bats down south. The Rockets kicked off their 2015 campaign this past weekend in Nashville, facing off against Wright State twice and closing... Read more »

Keith Boggs: Don’t ignore the MAC

Keith Boggs: Don’t ignore the MAC

Keith Boggs, Sports Reporter
February 17, 2015
Filed under Sports

No one can deny that Toledo’s football program has enjoyed a fair amount of success over the past several years. And usually, wins correlate with talent. But victories don’t necessarily get you recognition once college ends. There are only nine active players in the National Football League... Read more »

Coming into her own

Coming into her own

Marcus Dodson, Sports Reporter
February 10, 2015
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Junior guard Ana Capotosto has been on an emotional roller coaster ever since she first stepped on the court as a member of the University of Toledo women’s basketball team. As a freshman, Capotosto played alongside former Rocket Naama Shafir during the latter’s final season in Toledo. UT finished... Read more »

UT’s Campbell preaches trust when recruiting

UT’s Campbell preaches trust when recruiting

Blake Bacho, Sports Editor
February 10, 2015
Filed under Sports

In college football, recruiting can be an exercise in patience, frustration and endurance. It is a long, grueling process for everyone involved and a journey full of surprises as well as disappointments. But for Toledo head coach Matt Campbell, recruiting always boils down to one simple philosophy. “We... Read more »