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Techsters turn WAC into log jam

With a 71-60 victory over Fresno State at the Thomas Assembly Center on Saturday night, the Techsters (14-4, 6-1) moved into a share of the No. 1 slot
in the league with that team.
“Right now, it means first place, but there’s a lot of basketball to be played and it means being ready the next time we play,” said Tech coach Chris Long.
“We’ve got two big road games (at Nevada Thursday, at Utah State Saturday) in the conference coming up this week, so we’ll enjoy this win and then get ready for those games.”

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Tech teams at top of standings

Entering last week, the Lady Techsters were sitting in third place in the WAC at 4-1 — uncharacteristic for one of women’s basketball’s most legendary programs. But after two games in the Thomas Assembly Center, those Techsters were back on top of the standings — a place where they are accustomed to being.
The Techsters dominated previously unbeaten San Jose State 74-51 on Thursday night and came back two nights later to withstand a furious rally from first-place Fresno State and hold onto a 70-61 win — and avenge their only WAC loss this year.

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Experiencing a flash back in time

I heard from a very old friend — and had lunch with another old friend and his wife, giving me a chance to catch up on old times and reminisce about some great memories from yesteryear.
A little more than a week ago, I received an e-mail (after no contact for more than seven months, other than sending out wedding invitations) from Erik Boyle, a former Ruston resident who is living in Utah.
Erik and I met while students at Ruston Junior High School shortly after I moved to Ruston in seventh grade. That summer we played baseball together and began to become close friends.

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Officials await results of GSU audit

The external audit, called for by GSU President Horace Judson after allegations of misappropriation of funds from alumni and former employees, was authorized by the UL System.
“The auditor has completed the review and we are waiting for results,” Clausen said.
GSU National Alumni Association President James Bradford said he did not learn of the audit until it had been completed.

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