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Best of CSU sports - October

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

We'll be sending you our monthly "best of" The Stater sports newsletter. 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 October. Click on the links for the full stories at The Cleveland Stater

  1. Cleveland State to invite fans back to athletic events 


Cleveland State has welcomed fans back to athletic events for the fall semester and reporter Jaden Stambolia has the scoop as he sits down with assistant athletic director of ticket sales, Carrie Neville. Interest in all sports has spiked, including over 100 new season ticket holders for men’s basketball.  

  1. CSU’s Basketball star Tre Gomillion is spreading positivity under new NIL rule 


2021 has brought back normalcy to sports and a new opportunity for student athletes. Cleveland State basketball star Tre Gomillion talks with The Stater’s Tony Pesta on why he chose to create his own brand under the NCAA's new Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) rules. 

  1. CSU’s Bojan Kolevski feels right at home as Vikings ride high into the postseason 


21-year-old Bojan Kolevski has travelled over 4,000 miles to Cleveland State University to pursue his passion of soccer. The sophomore has led the Vikings with 12 goals and four assists as they look to make a run in the postseason. 

  1. A leader’s role as CSU women’s swimming and diving focus on building a winning culture 


The Stater’s David Bates talks with diving and swimming senior Agnes Bahr on the team's growing pains through a difficult season and the desire to build a winning culture within the program. 

  1. MEDIA DAY: Men’s basketball enters new season with team three and a blank canvas 


The hype and excitement for Cleveland State men’s basketball is at a fever pitch. The Vikings held their annual media day on Oct. 21. Coach Dennis Gates and the players spoke with the Cleveland Stater about the upcoming season.  

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We look forward to serving you this semester. 

Robert Fenbers
Sports Editor  
The Cleveland Stater