Jiba Dahal, professor of physics, co-authored a paper published in the September 2019 edition of Advances in Materials Physics and Chemistry.

Women’s soccer player Beth Hopwood was named GLVC Women’s Soccer Defensive Player of the Week. Hopwood stopped all 11 Quincy shots on goal in preserving a 1-0 victory over the rival Hawks, Sept. 15. It was her 11th career shutout in two years and lowered her goals-against average for the season down to 0.30. She has a 96.8 percent save percentage in three games played with one goal allowed out of 31 shots faced. This is Hopwood’s fourth time receiving this award. She was a three-time recipient of the award during her freshman season.

Volleyball player Jocelynn Livingston was named to the all-tournament team of the Drury Tournament, Sept. 13-15. Livingston had 35 kills, 2 assists, 1 solo block, 3 assisted blocks and 9 digs. She also led the team with 15.5 points in a win over Missouri Western.

Football player Jordan Siegel was named GLVC Special Teams Player of the Week, giving Truman football back-to-back special teams weekly honors. Siegel’s 28-yard touchdown return gave Truman two touchdowns in 11 seconds in a 35-12 win over Wayne State, Sept. 14. It was Siegel’s third career touchdown to add to his two previous “pick sixes.” Siegel is the active career defensive leader for the Bulldogs with 142 tackles in 35 games played.

Previous Next