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CCSJ Secures First Win With Shutout of Trojans


CCSJ-Secures-First-Win-With-Shutout-of-Trojans The first one is always the most memorable. One day after celebrating his birthday, coach Mis Mrak was given a big present by his Calumet College of St. Joseph men's soccer team. Thanks to a shutout of the visiting Trojans of Trinity International, Mrak finally has his first win while helming a CCSJ team.

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RailCats’ Lyter Promoted, Names New General Manager


RailCats-Lyter-Promoted-Names-New-General-ManagerRailCats General Manager Brian Lyter has been promoted to President of Salvi Sports Enterprises, while the Gary SouthShore RailCats have hired Brian Flenner as General Manager.

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RailCats Acquire OF Price Jr., RHP Pastora


Gary-South-Shore-RailcatsThe Gary SouthShore RailCats traded infielder Garrett Copeland to the Milwaukee Milkmen on Friday for a player to be named later or cash, acquired outfielder John Price Jr. from the Florence Freedom of the Frontier League to complete the Chuck Weaver trade from May 30 and acquired right-handed pitcher Steve Pastora from the Wichita Wingnuts to complete the Tyler Sullivan trade from July 27, 2017.

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Lady Wave Outpace Archers for Third Win of Season


CCSJ-Lady-Wave-Outpace-Archers-for-Third-Win-of-Season The Calumet College of St. Joseph women's volleyball team welcomed Moody Bible Institute to the Rittenmeyer Center once again this season, which would serve as the last game to lock things down before the CCAC Crossover this weekend. While there were bumps in the road, the Crimson Wave were still able to walk away with their third win of the season on Wednesday evening.

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Indiana Elite FC Player Travels Abroad to Barcelona

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For the past two years, Indiana Elite FC player Evan Hudak, 9, been selected from an FC Barcelona Escola summer camp to go abroad. He was one of 12 players selected out of 33 US camps to represent Team USA against Japan, Dominican Republic, Barcelona, and Columbia.

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Lady Wave Fight Hard, Fall to IU Northwest

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Some wins don't feel like victories. Some losses don't feel like defeats. Tonight's ballgame between the Calumet College of St. Joseph women's volleyball team and the IU-Northwest Redhawks felt like the latter. The Wave fought extremely hard in each of the three sets played tonight, but just couldn't get over the hump as they loss two of the straight set losses in extra points.

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IU Northwest Adds Soccer, Tennis to Varsity Athletics Roster


rot1Indiana University Northwest’s Department of Athletics has announced the addition of varsity men’s soccer and men’s and women tennis, with play slated to begin in the fall of 2019.

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CCSJ Men's Soccer Drops CCAC Conference Opener


CCSJ-Mens-Soccer-Drops-CCAC-Conference-Opener The Calumet College of St. Joseph headed to Joliet, Ill. to take on the University of St. Francis in what not only was the CCAC opener, but also the last game of a four match stretch on the road. The Fighting Saints lived up to their name, taking the battle to the Wave and sending them to their eighth straight loss on a breezy Wednesday evening.

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ArcelorMittal Says "Submit Your Fan Photo and Win Big!”


ArcelorMittal-Says-Submit-Your-Fan-Photo-and-Win-Big-2018b On September 1st, ArcelorMittal kicked off its 3rd annual “Steel Spirit Sweepstakes” contest, giving its USA employees, customers, neighbors, steel enthusiasts and Big Ten sports fans the chance to watch the Big Ten Football Championship Game from Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on December 1, 2018.

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CCSJ Lady Wave Open Up CCAC Slate With Loss to Jaguars


CCSJ-Lady-Wave-Open-Up-CCAC-Slate-With-Loss-to-Jaguars Entering CCAC play for the first time this season, the Calumet College of St. Joseph women's volleyball team were coming off their first win during a 1-1 tri-match on the Whiting, Ind. campus on Saturday afternoon. It looked like the Wave could have easily made it two out of their last three after the first set of this evening matchup, but mental errors and a lack of an offensive attack sent them to a 3-0 less against Governors State on Tuesday evening.

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Alwine Brings Home CCAC Weekly Honors


CCSJ-Alwine-Brings-Home-CCAC-Weekly-HonorsFirst week of action for the Calumet College of St. Joseph women's volleyball team in the books, first conference award collected. After her stellar this past weekend's action at the Siena Heights Tournament, junior Caitlin Alwine (JR/Goshen, Ind.) has been named the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference Defender of the Week, a fitting way to cap of her first four games in a Crimson and Gray uniform.

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