Previous Page  12 / 40 Next Page
Information
Show Menu
Previous Page 12 / 40 Next Page
Page Background

10

www.ius.edu

IN THE GAME

IU Southeast baseball coach

plans unforgettable proposal

The IU Southeast baseball field served as the backdrop when

Ben Reel, IU Southeast head baseball coach, proposed to his

girlfriend of four years, Morgan Hayden, in June.

Reel and Hayden rode in a helicopter that flew over the

baseball field. The infield had the message “Marry Me?”

painted from third base to first base.

“The field is something that has been in our lives for many

years,” Reel said. “We spend many hours at the field

together: in season, in the summer, as well as the off-season.

I felt like using the field in the proposal was very fitting

because it is a big part of our lives.”

Men’s basketball beats Asbury on

Homecoming

The IU Southeast men’s basketball team earned a win

against Asbury, 75-55, during Homecoming on Feb. 14.

Four Grenadiers scored in double figures. Jake Simpson,

’16 scored 19 points, and Devon White, ’18 scored 16 points.

Also, Kayman Garrett, ’18 scored 13 points and Joe Jackson,

’18 scored 10 points.

In the women’s Homecoming game, IU Southeast fell to

Asbury, 67-51. Heather Wheat, B.S. ’15, was the highest

scorer for IU Southeast with 23 points.

IU Southeast student-athletes

excel academically in 2014-2015

IU Southeast student athletes received academic success

during the 2014-15 academic year.

In the spring 2015 semester, eight student athletes achieved

4.0 grade point averages, and 48 student athletes qualified

for the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll by having a semester

grade point average of 3.0 or higher. Four Grenadier teams

earned average teamGPAs of 3.0 or higher.

In the fall 2014 semester, a record 11 student athletes

earned 4.0 grade-point averages, and four Grenadier teams

had GPAs of 3.0 or higher. Additionally, 62 student athletes

earned recognition on the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.

The IU Southeast women’s tennis team’s 3.453 GPA was the highest team

GPA in fall 2014.

Ben Reel and his new fiancé, Morgan Hayden.