The Cleveland State men’s tennis team opened up the 2019 spring season Sunday, traveling to No. 2 Ohio State for a doubleheader. The Vikings dropped both matches against the nationally ranked Buckeyes, falling in the first match 5-0 and the second match 4-0.
Freshman Dibaji Walker scored a career-high 17 points on 7-of-9 shooting from the floor, but Wright State outscored Cleveland State 29-11 from the free throw line on its way to an 89-66 Horizon League victory over the Vikings on Saturday in the Wolstein Center.
The Cleveland State University wrestling team had the lead at the halfway point, but host Edinboro rallied to claim a 24-13 victory Friday evening in Eastern Wrestling League action inside McComb Fieldhouse
Freshman Rashad Williams scored 23 points in his first career start, but Northern Kentucky shot 46.9 percent from the three-point line on its was to a 91-76 Horizon League victory over Cleveland State on Thursday in the Wolstein Center.
The Cleveland State women’s basketball team will return to the friendly confines of the Wolstein Center to continue Horizon League play this weekend, beginning with an 11:00 a.m. matchup against Northern Kentucky on Friday, January 18.
For the second straight year, the Cleveland State men’s tennis team has been selected to win the Horizon League Championship in the annual #HLMTEN Preseason Poll which was released Tuesday afternoon (January 15).
Sophomore Tyree Appleby poured in a game-high 23 points, but UIC connected on 17 three-pointers leading the Flames to a 73-56 victory over Cleveland State in a Horizon League game on Saturday in Credit Union 1 Arena.
The Cleveland State University men’s and women’s swimming & diving teams competed against host IUPUI along with UIC in a tri-dual for the second straight day Saturday inside Indiana University Natatorium
The Cleveland State track and field team returned to action Saturday, competing at the Marshall Women’s Classic, finishing with three program records in the 60 Meter Hurdles, 200 Meter Dash and 800 Meter Run.