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Best of CSU sports - November

Hi! I'm Robert Fenbers, the Sports Editor of The Cleveland Stater, your campus news source.

This is our final "best of" Vikings athletics for fall 2021. Sports have always been an important part of our campus, and we here at The Stater are excited to follow these student athletes on their college journey.

Here’s a look at the best sports stories from the month of November. Click on the links for the full stories at The Cleveland Stater.

  1. Athletics Director Scott Garrett talks sports at CSU


Sports Editor Robert Fenbers talks with third-year CSU Athletics Director Scott Garrett about a year in Vikings sports unlike any other. Garrett highlights how the program has rebounded in 2021 with strong attendance from fans in athletics events.

  1. CSU women’s basketball opens up 2021-2022 season with a perfect 7-0 record


Fresh off their Women’s Basketball Invitational Championship in 2020-21, Cleveland State basketball is one of the hottest teams in the country, ripping off eight victories in a row to start the season.

  1. CSU wrestling opens 2021-2022 with strong individual performances


After earning a No. 2 ranking in the Mid-American Conference preseason poll for 2021-22, Cleveland State wrestling has hit the mat hard this season. Abraham Farraj profiles the team and catches up on what the Green and White have accomplished so far. 

  1. CSU’s men’s basketball shakes off sluggish start, defeats Edinboro for first win of season


Cleveland State men's basketball were trailing by 10 points early at home to D-II Edinboro before the Vikings surged back to pick up their first win of the season. Cleveland State hasn’t lost since, ripping off six wins in a row. 

  1. CSU’s Barbara Zienewska has an unlikely journey from Poland


Jaden Stambolia traces basketball student athlete Barbara Zienewska’s winding journey from Poland to the Cleveland State Vikings.  

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Robert Fenbers
Sports Editor 

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