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For the first time in Illinois history, the Fighting Illini will send two individual runners to the 2011 NCAA Cross Country Championships next Monday, Nov. 21 in Terre Haute, Ind.
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Trulon Henry admits he made a mistake when he was younger, when he committed an armed robbery in an attempt to keep his parents from losing their home in Washington, D.C. After serving a five-year prison sentence and entering college late, Henry, 27, has turned his life around as a linebacker at Illinois. Still, trouble found Henry on Sunday morning, according to a report in the...
It was a total team collapse. The Fighting Illini football team, anticipating an inspired effort after a bye week, laid an egg on the Memorial Stadium turf Saturday, losing to Michigan 31-14. Michigan has superior speed, but the Illini had breakdowns in all three phases to give the Wolverines all the help they needed to keep the Illini in what is now a four game losing streak.
Illinois safety Trulon Henry will miss the rest of the season after he was shot in the hand while trying to play the role of peacemaker when a fight broke out at a party early Sunday, the team said.
Two unidentified men were also wounded in the incident.
Illinois coach Ron Zook said Henry had driven to the house party near campus in Champaign, Ill., to pick up five or six teammates...
Illinois says starting linebacker Trulon Henry will miss the rest of the season after he was wounded during a shooting early Sunday near campus.
Illini coach Ron Zook says Henry is recovering from hand surgery following the shooting that Urbana police say also wounded two other people before 3:30 a.m. Sunday at a large house party.
Zook says a handful of Illinois players - largely...
Fighting Illini football coach Ron Zook's weekly teleconference was dominated by one issue, the accidental shooting of senior leader Trulon Henry. Zook explains what he knows about the incident and provides an update on Henry's condition.
The Fighting Illini basketball team not only began a new season in style with a win over Loyola last night, it also hosted one of the top 2013 prospects in the country. Kendrick Nunn and his dad Melvin paid an unofficial visit to the school. Nunn is part of a Chicago Simeon team ranked #1 in the country. The combo guard is a high priority for the Illini.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (AP) -- Illinois says starting linebacker Trulon Henry will miss the rest of the season after he was wounded during a shooting early Sunday near campus.
Illinois linebacker Trulon Henry was one of three people shot at an off-campus party early Sunday morning following the team's loss to Michigan, a sports information spokesman confirmed
There’s some scary news from Champaign today as Illinois linebacker Trulon Henry was shot in the hand during a party early Sunday morning, according to the Champaign Gazette-Times. Henry was reportedly called to the party by a teammate to encourage other teammates to leave. While there, shots were fired and Henry was one of three…
Illinois linebacker Trulon Henry will miss the rest of the season after he was shot in the hand during a shooting near campus. Illini coach Ron Zook says Henry had surgery Sunday. Urbana police say two others were wounded during the gunfire that happened before 3:30 a.m. Sunday at a large house party. Zook says several Illinois players -- largely underclassmen -- were at the party but were unhurt.
The Illini (6-4, 2-4) finished with 214 yards of offense but had just 30 at halftime.
The Fighting Illini basketball team has minimal time to prepare for Monday night opponent SIU-Edwardsville after playing a Friday night game. The Cougars should be a stiffer test for the Illini as they are experienced and have brought in a dynamic junior college player. The Illini hope to continue their improvement while learning how to deal with different styles of play.
The Fighting Illini overcame turnovers and cold shooting to subdue SIU-Edwardsville Monday night at the Assembly Hall. The Illini received a double double from Tyler Griffey, the first of his career, and a game high 20 points from D.J. Richardson to win going away, 66-46.
The Fighting Illini men's cross country team placed fifth out of 25 teams at the NCAA Midwest Regional Championships on Saturday in DeKalb, Ill.