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Taylor University, Upland, IN
Monday, June 24, 2024
The Echo

Conrad Otto


Aidan Craig shatters records in senior season

He started his lacrosse tenure as a freshman. He’s about to end it as a phenom. Not only is he Taylor’s all-time leading scorer, but he also holds the WHAC conference record for assists with 176. Senior Aidan Craig has truly left his mark on the game. 


Webb brings grit, grind and hustle to Taylor basketball

As the end of another season of Taylor basketball wraps up, things may change internally for the program. With the recent departure of now-former coach Josh Andrews, the players are now motivated to work harder than they have before, bettering themselves before the new head coach is announced.


Freshmen share stories of committing to Taylor

​​Amidst the beginning of the 2024 season, the Taylor men’s lacrosse team is changing their play. From a young team that started just six years ago to making a push in the WHAC (Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference), the Trojans are headlined with a strong senior class and a deep freshman class.


Men’s track and field sets the tone through the winter

Taylor’s men’s track and field team has excelled in recent years with a prowess that soars over the competition. This year, two seniors, Isaac Brown and Jake Thompson, look to showcase their leadership as they head into the Crossroads League Conference Championship meet.

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Strieter, Hurt reflect on a hard-fought season for TU volleyball

This Taylor women’s volleyball season was unexpected. From a previous year that stayed undefeated at home, to having a losing record of over 15-plus matches, the team’s success did not seem to show. But it was not about the wins, losses or stats. It was about player growth. It was about loyalty and how two seniors stuck with the program to the end of their journey.

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Taylor winter sports are at the starting line for 2023-24 season

Apart from the cold temperatures, this upcoming 2023-24 winter season of Taylor sports looks to be a dominant time for Trojan athletics. Three different sports – basketball, competitive cheer and track and field – look to either start their season off on a high note or continue the dominance they’ve already established.

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Taylor men's and women's golf close out fall seasons in the top 15

Both the men’s and women’s golf teams swung into action in the last tournaments of their fall seasons. The women’s team took a pair of first-place finishes across the two days of the Delaware CC Fall Invitational. Meanwhile, the men’s side traveled to the Whistling Straits Intercollegiate in Sheboygan, WI, finishing second on day one and fourth place on day two.

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