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Haskell sports

Haskell football loses, 60-20
October 7, 2012
Haskell Indian Nations University’s football team was outscored 37-8 after halftime in a 60-20 loss to Lindenwood-Belleville on Saturday at Haskell Stadium.
Haskell president: NAIA probation traced to academic fraud involving two students
September 21, 2012
Haskell Indian Nations University President Chris Redman provided more specifics this week about academic violations that placed all of the school’s athletics programs on probation through 2014.
Haskell: ‘Corrective actions’ taken on athletics program
September 13, 2012
Haskell Indian Nations University issued a news release late Thursday saying the school “has taken several corrective actions to bring its Athletic Program into compliance with NAIA standards and to address issues raised in the U.S. Department of Education Inspector General’s investigation and report.”
Haskell’s athletic programs put on probation through 2014
September 12, 2012
The Haskell Indian Nations University men’s and women’s athletic programs have been placed on probation through 2014 for “violations involving ineligible players,” according to the website of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, or NAIA.
Haskell football loses opener to Presentation College
September 2, 2012
Haskell Indian Nations University lost its first game of the season, 26-13, to Presentation College on Saturday.
Information on Haskell investigation still not forthcoming
June 26, 2012
After more than a month of interview and open records requests, no new information has been provided about academic violations within the Haskell Indian Nations University athletics department.
Ex-Haskell coach headed to Hall
May 30, 2012
The National Football Foundation last week revealed the names of the seven inductees into this year’s Hall of Fame Divisional Class. Included among them was a man who spent four seasons coaching football at Haskell Indian Nations University.
Haskell has yet to notify the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics of academic violations
May 18, 2012
Haskell Indian Nations University had not notified the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics of academic violations dating back to 2008 outlined in a news release issued this week.
Disciplinary action taken against Haskell employees after investigation of student-athlete test scores
May 15, 2012
A Department of Education investigation into falsified student-athlete test scores at Haskell Indian Nations University resulted in “official action on the employees and students involved,” according to a press release issued by Haskell late Tuesday afternoon.
Haskell graduation becomes a family affair
May 11, 2012
Friday’s Haskell Indian Nations University’s Spring Commencement was a family dream come true for graduate Lois Stevens. Both of Stevens’ parents — Ernie and Cheryl — graduated from Haskell, as did her two sisters and two brothers. All also played basketball for the school.
Haskell splits Senior Day doubleheader
February 12, 2012
The Haskell Indian Nations University women’s basketball team outscored Central Baptist College 40-30 in the second half, but lost, 66-55, on Saturday at Coffin Complex in HINU’s Senior Day.
Haskell reaches deal to bolster interaction with Environmental Protection Agency
February 2, 2012
Leaders of Haskell Indian Nations University and the Environmental Protection Agency’s Region Seven signed an agreement Wednesday that will promote more interaction among Haskell students and faculty with EPA staff.
Haskell tumbles to Avila, 73-56
December 31, 2011
Without leading scorer Brady Fairbanks, Haskell Indian Nations University’s men’s basketball team didn’t look right Saturday.
Revered ex-Haskell coach dies at 68
Colleagues, players recall beloved mentor: ‘Homeratha and Haskell are just synonymous’
04:29 p.m., December 29, 2011 Updated 01:25 a.m.
According to those who knew Phil Homeratha, Haskell Indian Nations University lost an incomparable member of its community and history Thursday, when the longtime educator and coach died Thursday at 68.
Legacy coach: First-year HINU coach Shane Flanagan is following in the footsteps of family, heritage
December 14, 2011
Once battling colon cancer became a full-time job for Phil Homeratha, he stepped down from his work as athletic director and women’s basketball coach at Haskell Indian Nations University in February.

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