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Griffin's triple-double lifts Clippers over Rockets 117-101
- Houston scored five straight points to cut the lead to one with about 7 1/2 minutes left.
Bulldogs open AAC Tourney with 9-4 victory over SAU
- With the win, Union moved to 33-17 on the year, and into the winner's bracket, where they will take on No. 3 seed Bryan (Tenn.) on Tuesday afternoon. St. Andrews fell to 26-26 on the year with the loss.
Horvath takes AAC Player of the Week honors
- With the selection, Horvath joins John Wilson (March 2) and Zach Gross (March 9) as recipients of the AAC Player of the Week award on the year. Also, Horvath earns the award for the first time in his career, as well.
Dillman, Hasenbeck, Price nab All-AAC honors
- Elsewhere, Zach Gross (JR/Bowling Green, Ky.) was the Bulldogs' lone selection on the All-Conference Second Team, while Dillman was the team's AAC Champion of Character recipient.
Skyler Griffith named Male Athlete of the Year
- He will receive his award June 17.
Guldenschuh inducted into UPike Athletics Hall of Fame
- Guldenschuh was the anchor of the 2004 National Championship women’s bowling team.
Mahan signs with UC Tennis
- While at WCHS, Mahan was a part of the No. 1 doubles team that ranked 3rd in Region 13. She has also qualified for the state tournament, which is coming up on May 15th.
Snyder, McDaniel selected as NCAA individual participants
- The duo is among 10 individuals selected for the Lubbock, Texas, regional hosted by Texas Tech, May 14-16.
Clayton Meyer tabbed OVC Baseball Player of the Week
- Meyer, who started as the Eagles' designated hitter in all four contests, raised his batting average from .143 to .412 last week.
Three inducted into UPike Hall of Fame
- The three inductees were former men’s and women’s basketball coach Bill Watson, the 2000-01 men’s basketball team and bowler Lindsey Guldenschuh.
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