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Begovic: UIC Coach, Close Friend

Nick Weber

November 18, 1999

Men's soccer coach Sasha Begovic and his University of Illinois-Chicago Flames will be introduced to NCAA Tournament play against coach Bob Warming's Saint Louis University Billikens at Hermann Stadium on Sunday at noon. Begovic will not, however, need to be introduced to Warming. "We are very very ...

C-USA Volleyball Promises Exciting Action

Dave Kvidahl

November 18, 1999

With a conference filled with good teams, the Conference USA women's volleyball tournament should prove to be exciting. Cincinnati, Louisville, Houston, DePaul and Saint Louis are the top five seeds, respectively. Each team has shown that they can beat any team on any given day. The BIllikens will fa...

Billikens Take Two To Start The Season

Dave Kvidahl and Mark Sloan

November 18, 1999

Men's basketball coach Lorenzo Romar started off his tour of coaching duty the best way possible, with two solid wins. The Saint Louis University men's basketball team downed the Air Force Falcons and repelled the Alabama Crimson Tide this past weekend at the Earth Grains Classic at the Kiel Center. "I'm pr...

Bills Pull Away From NWBL, Win 75-56

Mark Sloan

November 18, 1999

The Saint Louis University women's basketball rebounded from last week's exhibition debacle to beat the National Women's Basketball League Elite Team last Thursday. The Bills won 75-56 in their final tuneup for the regular season. NWBL got on the board first, but Mandy Lueking tied the score 30 se...

Losing Streak Stretched To Three

Dave Kvidahl

November 11, 1999

The Saint Louis University women's volleyball team has found out what whipped cream in a can feels like: under pressure. This past Friday the Bills fizzled against a UNC-Charlotte team that came into the contest 6-7 in conference and 12-14 overall. "We had a hard time closing out the other team," sa...

Women Optimistic After First Round Loss

Mark Sloan

November 11, 1999

For the fourth season in a row the Saint Louis University women's soccer program ended their season with more wins than it did previous season. The Billikens finished their season 14-3-3 and 4-1-1 after being knocked off in the first round of the Conference USA tournament by Southern Miss., 2-1. An...

Billiken Bites

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November 11, 1999

--BASKETBALL Bills Sign Recruit The Saint Louis University men's basketball program has announced that Chris Sloan has signed a National Letter of Intent to play basketball at SLU. Sloan is from St. Peters, Mo. and attended Francis Howell North. "We're

Heinrich Muscles SLU Past Thunder; Season Opener On Saturday At Kiel

Nick Weber

November 11, 1999

Seven of nine field goals; six rebounds; 17 points. Last year, most Billiken basketball fans would think that that box-score line would have belonged to Justin Love. And while Love will still put up similar numbers, fans will have to start associating that line with center Chris Heinrich. Heinrich paced...

Soccer Prepares For C-USA Tourney

Nick Weber

November 11, 1999

The Saint Louis University men's soccer team has won three tournaments this season. The Billikens have beaten the defending national champion Indiana Hoosiers and the defending national runner-ups, the Stanford Cardinal, in addition to defeating three ranked teams in those tourneys. But none of those to...

Billiken Bites

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November 4, 1999

--Rugby --Club Sneaks By Wash U. The rugby club won its sixth match of the season, a 12-11 victory over Washington University on Saturday night at St. Gerard's Parish in West St. Louis County. The proceeds from the game benefited St. Gerard's, which is i

Bills Grab Share Of C-USA Title

Nick Weber

November 4, 1999

There aren't many times that a team can relax during the season. Nearly every game is a battle, and every loss can be detrimental to a team's NCAA Tournament chances. But the Saint Louis University men's soccer team (14-2-1) can afford to relax this weekend, despite the fact that it's playing Stanford an...

Tennis Finish Season At 3-1

Dan Kozlowski

November 4, 1999

The success of the Saint Louis University women's tennis team this fall can be contributed to one thing: Health. A season ago they didn't have it, and limped to a 6-17 record. Courtney Hague-SLU's No. 1 both this year and last-missed much of the season with mononucleosis. Jayasree Kuravilla tore the an...

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