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September 18, 2018
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Muleriders up to No. 24 slot in another poll

The Southern Arkansas Muleriders received more nationally recognition on Tuesday as D2Football.com released its latest Division II Top 25 Poll, which has the Muleriders slotted at No. 24 in the country as the third weekend of the season nears.

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Preston earns national honor

Southern Arkansas’ Malik Preston was honored nationally on Thursday for his stellar play in the Muleriders’ 28-23 upset win at No.7 Harding.

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SAU loses to HSU in GAC volleyball

SAU freshman setter Lexi Kruse notched her second career double-double, while junior Seven Powers posted six kills behind an efficient .313 attack clip and despite falling in three sets to Henderson State.

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ASU, Miami need to settle dispute

A judge has ordered Arkansas State University and the University of Miami to use a third-party mediator to resolve a dispute over a football game that was canceled last year because of concerns about Hurricane Irma.

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MHS senior golfers

The Magnolia Panthers and Lady Panthers competed in their final regular season golf match Thursday at the Magnolia Country Club.

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AFC title game rematch is set

New England vs. Jacksonville on Sunday

Myles Jack squeezed into his locker stall, his leather chair pushed to one side, his sweaty clothes scattered across the floor.

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Magnolia wins 3-0 on court

The Magnolia Lady Panther volleyball team improved its conference record to 3-0 after Tuesday’s 3-0 win over the Little Rock Mills Lady Comets at Panther Arena.

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Williams’ treatment resonates among black women

When Serena Williams told the umpire at the U.S. Open final that he owed her an apology, that he had stolen something from her, and then she got penalized for her words, Breea Willingham could relate to her frustration and anger.

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