Cathy (Olson) George ’85 still has her name scattered all over school and conference record books, even though her playing days ended nearly four decades ago.
As the phone rang inside the Illinois State women’s basketball offices in the early afternoon of December 9, Director of Operations Katie Bolkema, M.S. ’16, braced for a call she had both sent and received plenty of times throughout the early part of the makeshift college hoops season.
Illinois State men’s basketball legend Doug Collins ’73 was named a first-time finalist for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, going straight to the “direct elect” part of the ballot.
The gymnastics team ranked in the top 25 academically of all collegiate gymnastics programs last school year.
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The Missouri Valley Conference women’s track and field title may as well start paying rent at Horton Field House. At the league’s championship meet May 14-16 in Carbondale, the Illinois State women’s team won its third straight outdoor MVC crown and seventh overall including indoors. Here’s a look at how the Redbirds have become the keepers of the oval.
Claim your seat and be part of history as Redbird Football kicks off their 125th season. Season tickets are on sale now for the historic season at Hancock Stadium.
Illinois State University Women’s Golf Coach Breanne Hall goes to a lot of golf tournaments with her Redbird team. During her recent travels a particular style of golf bag kept catching her eye, so much so that she made it her mission to learn more about it.
Kenneth Pierson, who played on ISU’s last March Madness team, is also an accomplished artist and art teacher
Several Illinois State student-athletes earned their spots this spring at the NCAA Championships for their respective sports.