Two-Minute Drill

Every Friday at 7:31 a.m. and 5:18 p.m., Nate Saverino highlights players, coaches and more in the Two-Minute Drill. Keep up with the Redhawks on KRCU.

Local support for the Two-Minute Drill comes from Jason Lee with Innovative Financial Solutions.

Southeast Athletics

Former Southeast Missouri guard Antonius Cleveland has agreed to play with the Portland Trail Blazers in the upcoming NBA Summer League.

Cleveland will play in the Las Vegas Summer League next month. Games will be played through July 17 at both Cox Pavilion and Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Portland opens its Summer League schedule against the Utah Jazz tomorrow, Saturday, July 8. The games tips off at 5 p.m. central time and will be televised live on ESPNU.

Southeast Athletics

Southeast Missouri State freshman Logan Blomquist finished seventh in the discus at the 2017 USA Track & Field Junior Outdoor Championships last Saturday in Sacramento, California.

Blomquist recorded a throw of 176' 7" (53.82m) on his third attempt. That throw surpassed his previous best throw of 174' (53.03m). Blomquist now has the sixth and eighth-best discus marks in school history.

Gabriel Oladipo Jr. (Unattached) won the event with a throw of 59.97 meters.

Southeast Athletics

This summer, head women's basketball coach Rekha Patterson is trading in the hardwood for the dance floor. Coach Patterson has been selected to compete in the first ever "Dancing with Cape Stars" this July. The event will be held July 22, 2017, at Ray's Plaza Banquet Center in Cape. It is open to the public but tickets are required and the price of admission also includes dinner. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Gibson Center Foundation.

Southeast Athletics

Pack your bags and don’t forget your swimsuit, because the Redhawks are headed to Mexico!

The SEMO men’s basketball team will be playing in the 2017 Cancun Challenge, an eight-team tournament that concludes with a series of games at the Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya.

Southeast Athletics

A pair of former Southeast Missouri State pitchers have been successfully climbing the ranks in minor league baseball, on their journeys to the big leagues.

Alex Winkelman and Joey Lucchesi, both left-handed pitchers, have experienced tremendous success in their brief professional baseball careers.

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