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UNW seniors look back on four incredible seasons

UNW basketball senior members celebrate their UMAC tournament win (pictured left to right: Cody Sprenger, Will Gisler, Porter Morrell, Peter Maring, Aaron Youngberg; photo courtesy of Cody Sprenger).

With a heartbreaking loss in the first round of the NCAA Division III Men’s Basketball Tournament, the University of Northwestern — St. Paul will bid farewell to their five seniors: Captains Will Gisler, Porter Morrell, and Cody Sprenger, as well as Peter Maring and Aaron Youngberg. During their four years as members of the team, the men’s basketball team achieved great things including four Upper Midwest Athletic Conference (UMAC) Tournament titles, three UMAC regular season titles, and the unforgettable Sweet Sixteen run in 2015

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UNW Cheerleading: An opportunity to show school spirit

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“Let’s go Eagles!” This phrase, along with many others, is heard among the shouts and chants throughout Northwestern – St. Paul football and basketball games. The Northwestern cheerleading team is comprised of 20 women and 1 man.

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Morrell family builds strong bonds through sports

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Through senior Porter Morrell’s four years of high school basketball and four years of college basketball, a certain group of fans has faithfully been sitting in the stands. Those fans are some of Morrell’s family members: his parents, three brothers and grandparents.

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Eagles finish in Final Four, Peterson player of the year

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The University of Northwestern — St. Paul women’s volleyball team has had one of their best seasons in Eagle history. Starting off with a four home-game winning streak, the Northwestern women were set up for a successful season.

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Eagles conquer UMAC but can’t best Tommies

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The University of Northwestern men’s football team’s season came to an end during an NCAA Division III playoff game against the University of St. Thomas. Though St. Thomas took home the win in the first round of the playoffs, the Eagles can look beyond the loss and look back at just how much they accomplished this season.

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