Two-Minute Drill

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Southeast Athletics

Four Redhawks basketball student-athletes earned All-OVC end of year honors this season, the league announced earlier this week. Denzel Mahoney and Ledarrius Brewer collected accolades for the men, while Adrianna Murphy and Tesia Thompson earned honors for the women.

Southeast Athletics

The future is bright for Southeast Missouri State basketball on both the men’s and women’s side. This week, a pair of Redhawks brought home both adidas® OVC Freshman of the Week awards. Guard Tesia Thompson won the award for the women, while Ledarrius Brewer was a unanimous selection for the men.

It’s only the second time ever that Southeast has swept both the men’s and women’s OVC Freshman of the Week award in the same week – the last and only other time was 1992.

Southeast Athletics

He’s only a sophomore, but Redhawk Denzel Mahoney has reached a major milestone last week, when he joined the SEMO Basketball 1,000 Point Club. A native of Oviedo, Florida, Mahoney surpassed the thousand-point mark last Thursday in a victory at Morehead State. In less than two seasons, he already ranks 21st in career points scored in SEMO Basketball history.

Mahoney was recognized prior to tip-off in last night’s home game against Eastern Illinois, when he was presented a commemorative game ball in celebration of the 1,000 point milestone.

Southeast Athletics

The Redhawks Football team had a lot to celebrate on Wednesday, February 7, as it welcomed 22 new student-athletes to the SEMO Football family on National Signing Day. Seven of the signees are already on campus this semester and will participate in spring drills.

Southeast Athletics

Southeast Athletics recognized its scholar-athletes on Thursday, February 1, 2018, at the Show Me Center during the basketball doubleheader vs. rival Murray State. 207 student-athletes – approximately 60 percent of all student-athletes – achieved a 3.0 or higher cumulative grade point average through the Fall 2017 semester.

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