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The Redhawks Football and Men’s Basketball will both be playing for a special cause tomorrow, November 4, to raise money and awareness for charity.

At Houck Field, the Southeast Football team is hosting its third annual Pink Up Game, in partnership with Saint Francis Healthcare System, to raise awareness for breast cancer and other forms of cancer. The Redhawks will be wearing their alternate pink and black jerseys, customized with the name of someone affected by cancer on the back.

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Southeast Missouri sophomore Denzel Mahoney earned Preseason All-Ohio Valley Conference honors, the league announced Tuesday during its media day at the Double Tree Hotel in Evansville.

Mahoney had a mammoth rookie season a year ago, collecting Second-Team All-OVC honors, selection to the All-Newcomer Team, and the 2016-17 OVC Freshman of the Year award. Mahoney was also named OVC Freshman of the Week a league-high five times.

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A pair of Redhawk Football student-athletes have earned recognition from the Ohio Valley Conference in consecutive games. Junior running back Marquis Terry was named adidas® OVC Co-Newcomer of the Week, and this week redshirt-freshman punter Jake Reynolds earned adidas® OVC Specialist of the Week honors.

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The United Soccer Coaches announced its annual Team Academic Awards last week. Southeast Missouri women's soccer claimed its eighth-straight annual award for the 2016-17 academic year. 

The Redhawks put together a 3.64 team GPA for last academic year. SEMO's team GPA tied for 17th-best in the country. This United Soccer Coaches recognition follows the Redhawks earning the OVC Team Academic Award in August. Soccer posted 16 members to the OVC Commissioner's Honor Roll and had three OVC Medal of Honor recipients.

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Southeast Missouri forward Milos Vranes is back in Cape Girardeau after an unforgettable experience this past summer.

Vranes, a senior at Southeast, proudly represented his country as a member of the Serbian National Basketball Team in the 2017 World University Games.

A native of Belgrade, Vranes first tried out for his native team at a camp in Denver, Colorado back in May. He made the final cut of 12 players, who later competed at the World University Games in Taipei, Taiwan from Aug. 20-29.

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