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The Echo
Taylor University, Upland, IN
Tuesday, April 16, 2024
The Echo

Dalton Jones

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Sports

Trey Wood: A journey from cleats to camera

In the realm of sports, tales of triumph and adversity are etched into the very fabric of the games we cherish. One such narrative unfolds within the story of Trey Wood, a name resonating with resilience and passion on the football field of Taylor University.

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Sports

In the helmet of number 43: "The most incredible teammate"

Every Taylor home football game has one thing in common: “the party.” No matter the score or situation, the Trojan sideline is bouncing and chanting. Whether it be “Jump Around” by House of Pain or chanting “Seven Nation Army” by The White Stripes, there is never a quiet moment on the Taylor sideline. But one player stands out from the rest: No. 43.

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TU Frisbee is the "ultimate" sport of the year

Ultimate frisbee is not the first thing that comes to mind when many students think of sports on Taylor’s campus. However, it is a new and growing club sport at Taylor University. Sophomore co-captains Max Newlon and Garrett Farnham have revamped the co-ed ultimate frisbee team this past season.

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TU men's and women's basketball prepare for season

Taylor University men’s basketball is gearing up for the 2023-24 season starting on Oct. 26 at 7 p.m. against the University of Northwestern Ohio while the Taylor women’s basketball season is set to tip off the season at home this October with a brand-new coach, new faces, and a strong returning senior class. All told, the Trojans look for a high level of success for the season to come.

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