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National Girls and Women in Sports Day reaches TAMIU
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National Girls and Women in Sports Day reaches TAMIU

National Girls and Women in Sports Day reaches TAMIU Elis Regina Reyes-SanchezBridge Staff InternPublished Sunday, Feb. 12, 2022 As National Girls and Women in Sports Day celebrates its 36th anniversary, female athletes organized a meet-and-greet to celebrate at TAMIU. On Friday, Feb. 4, senior business administration major Glenys Maldonado, also a Texas A&M International University volleyball outside hitter and defensive specialist, organized the noon event in TAMIU's Breezeway. Due to inclement weather, the location was changed from the Breezeway to the Student Center Rotunda. Maldonado created the event in hope of getting female athletes more recognition from their classmates. David Peralta | BridgeNational Girls and Women in Sports Day promotes women's athletic...
Records-breaking Dustdevils rally past Rattlers
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Records-breaking Dustdevils rally past Rattlers

Records-breaking Dustdevils rally past Rattlers  By David Gomez Jr.Editor-in-chiefOriginally published in the print edition on Friday, Nov. 19, 2021 The Dustdevils triumphed in a dramatic win over the Rattlers on Friday and broke records on Saturday. Texas A&M International University gets past St. Mary’s University on Nov. 5, inside the Kinesiology and Convocation Building, in a close, nail-biting victory. Many kills, aces and blocks took place as the Dustdevils would win the first set and then trail the following two. David Gomez Jr. | BridgeOutside hitter Mackenzie Catalina jumps up for a kill attempt against St. Mary’s University on Friday, Nov. 5, in the TAMIU gymnasium. Catalina broke the school all-time record for kills. Setter Maison Kosse (18) looks on; Ko...
Young student athletes learn to grow
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Young student athletes learn to grow

Young student athletes learn to grow By Marlene GonzalezBridge contributing writerPublished Friday, Sept. 10, 2021 Becoming an adult is part of life for everyone, but each person switches to adulthood differently. Some are surrounded by family and others learn on their own. “I moved out at 18 years old and was homesick for a while,” Texas A&M International University freshman basketball forward Ally Winnen said. “I missed my family, my twin sister and my pets back home.” Originally from Westlake, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland, Winnen always knew basketball would give her the opportunity to study away from home after graduating high school. In 2020, she was named Second Team All-State and All-District, as well as 2020 Regional Player of the Year and Lorain County Ms. Basketba...
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New Volleyball Coach Joins TAMIU

New volleyball coach joins TAMIU By Itzel LunaBridge Staff WriterPublished March 30, 2020 After a 6-19 overall record for the 2019 volleyball season at Laredo College, Brittany Harry has been named coach of the Dustdevils. Harry comes into TAMIU with 14 years experience. Director of Athletics Griz Zimmermann looks forward to Harry’s addition. “I am confident that the best days of our program are ahead of us, and I believe that Harry is the right person to take us there,” Zimmermann said in an interview with TAMIU athletics. Harry’s last five seasons at Laredo College accumulated an 84-65 record. Before that, she served as volleyball coach at Vincennes University for three seasons; her team took an 88-38 record throughout the seasons. Harry coached four players to All-Re...
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