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Toledo track beats BGSU for first time since 2000

Toledo track beats BGSU for  first time since 2000

Justice Sunderland, Staff Reporter
April 11, 2017
Filed under Sports

The Rocket women’s track and field team faced off against crosstown rival Bowling Green on Friday, April 7; UT came away with the 100-99 victory. This marks the first time Toledo has defeated BGSU since 2000. With the teams so close, it came down to the final few events. In the triple jump, third-year...

UT Softball wins 1 of 3 against Miami of Ohio

UT Softball wins 1 of 3 against Miami of Ohio

Jackson Rogers, Associate Sports Editor
April 11, 2017
Filed under Sports

Over the weekend, the University of Toledo Rocket softball team went 1-2 against the Miami University Redhawks by scores of 5-9 on Friday and 14-1 and 4-0 on Saturday. The results bring the Rocket record to 18-25 overall and 6-5 in Mid-American Conference play. Toledo 5, Miami 9 Toledo’s offense...

Toledo Baseball powers through busy weekend

Toledo Baseball powers through busy weekend

Kenny Kruse, Staff Reporter
April 11, 2017
Filed under Sports

The University of Toledo baseball team (10-22, 4-5 MAC) had a busy week, starting Tuesday and ending with back-to-back games over the weekend. UT lost at Wright State 4-2 in the teams’ first matchup, then headed to Bowling Green to face off against the Falcons, losing again 5-4 early Saturday afternoon,...

Men’s season ends in DC

Men’s season ends in DC

Justice Sunderland, Staff Reporter
March 21, 2017
Filed under Sports

The Rocket men’s basketball team earned a berth in the College Basketball Invitational March 15, where they fell in the first round 73-69 to George Washington University.   Second-year guard Jaelen Sanford led UT with 25 points and three assists. Fourth-year forward Steve Taylor Jr. was...

Toledo suffers big loss to Kent State

Toledo suffers big loss to Kent State

Justice Sunderland, Staff Reporter
January 24, 2017
Filed under Sports

The University of Toledo men’s basketball team failed to keep the momentum going after defeating Bowling Green State University Tuesday, as they were destroyed by Kent State University 85-61 on the road on Saturday. The Rockets are now 10-9 and 1-6 in road games this season. The Golden Flashes shot...

Basketball recieves $1 million donation from longtime supporters

Basketball recieves $1 million donation from longtime supporters

Keith Boggs, Staff Reporter
October 18, 2016
Filed under Sports

Last week, the university of Toledo basketball team received a huge surprise when George and Leslie Chapman donated $1 million to the university to build a new basketball complex. The complex, which will be completed within the next week or two, will include office space, a video room and will be...

UT vs BG

UT vs BG

Sam Williams, Sports co-editor
October 12, 2016
Filed under Homecoming, Special

Throughout the career of every major person, team, country or company, there always seems to be that one recurring stain: a peer or counterpart that always seems to be a nuisance on your legacy, and they think the same as you. Whether this ideology is rooted in reason or ignorance, the rivalry lives...

University of Toledo loses heartbreaking game to BYU

University of Toledo loses heartbreaking game to BYU

Jackson Rogers, Staff Reporter
October 4, 2016
Filed under Sports

The University of Toledo football team lost to Brigham Young University in a 55-53 shootout in Provo, Utah on Friday night. The loss resulted in the Rockets’ record falling to 3-1. “This was certainly a hard-fought loss for our football team,” head coach Jason Candle said. “BYU made one more...

Editorial: What $90,000 can do for UT

Editorial Board
September 20, 2016
Filed under Editorials, Opinion

In just one year, UT President Sharon Gaber and her staff have worked to increase enrollment, raise funds and cut costs by merging colleges. Hard work should be rewarded, and Gaber has definitely done her fair share to fix the image of the university. Our national media exposure has increased because...

Administrators handle diversity on campus

Administrators handle diversity on campus

Amanda Pitrof, Editor-in-chief
February 17, 2016
Filed under News, Top Stories

With the social and political climate of the country, universities have been tasked with handling racism from both internal and external sources over the past year, with some schools rising to the occasion while others become cautionary tales. The assault case Jan. 23, 2016, between a UT student and...

Our ideas for the University of Toledo’s New Year’s resolutions

Our ideas for the University of Toledo’s New Year’s resolutions

Editorial Board
January 13, 2016
Filed under Editorials, Opinion

With New Year’s over a week behind us, most people have already begun working on their New Year’s resolution (or breaking them). While personal resolutions are helpful in their own way, we think that the University of Toledo should set a few New Year’s resolutions of their own. Some of these resolutions...

NASA gives the University of Toledo grant for new education programs

NASA gives the University of Toledo grant for new education programs

Riley Sproul, Staff Reporter
November 11, 2015
Filed under News, Top Stories

After receiving funding from NASA, UT is leading several campuses in an initiative to change the teaching standard for sciences, On Tuesday October 27th, University of Toledo President Sharon Gaber announced the successful funding of a $10 million project by NASA. UT will receive roughly $2.5 million...

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