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Vernon Walk-Off Secures Split Vs. Ashford

William Penn Women's Athletics

Oskaloosa–Taylor Vernon (Fr., Tracy, Calif., Biology) made her first collegiate hit at the varsity level one she will never forget as she helped the William Penn softball team split a non-conference doubleheader with Ashford Wednesday. The Statesmen (5-14) lost the opener 5-1 before winning the nightcap 6-5 in dramatic fashion. Down 5-2 with only three […]

Statesmen Take Pair of Tight Wins to Start League

William Penn University Athletics

Oskaloosa–The William Penn baseball team may have just needed some home cooking to cast out those late-inning demons as it swept Viterbo in Midwest Collegiate Conference action Wednesday. The Statesmen (12-10, 2-0 MCC) won their league openers 2-0 and 4-3. Josh Ruiz (Sr., Chula Vista, Calif., General Mathematics) improved to 4-0 on the year as […]

Central baseball team defeated in home opener

Central College

PELLA — The Central College baseball team came up short in its first home game of the season against Grinnell College Wednesday, falling to the Pioneers 9-8. The Dutch (4-7) and the Pioneers (3-8) played a back-and-forth game with five lead changes over the course of nine innings. Grinnell had eight hits including three home […]

WPU Takes Crown in First Event of Spring

William Penn Athletics

Moravia–The Statesmen men’s golf program dominated its spring opener as the varsity won the title at the Iowa Intercollegiate Championships Sunday and Monday. William Penn won the four-team tournament with a two-day score of 607 (300-307) at The Preserve Golf Course–a par-72 layout. Central Methodist (Mo.) was the lone other squad in a limited field, […]

Spring Season Opens with Tournament Title

William Penn Athletics

Moravia–Four titles in the fall were no fluke as the Statesmen women’s golf team began the more important segment of its campaign with yet another a win at the Iowa Intercollegiate Championships Sunday and Monday. William Penn won the eight-team tournament with a two-day score of 634 (310-324) at The Preserve Golf Course. The 310 […]

Steele Hits Homers Twice as WPU Swept by #10 Central Methodist

William Penn Athletics

Oskaloosa–A long weekend ended with the Statesmen softball team falling twice to #10 Central Methodist (Mo.) in a non-conference doubleheader Sunday. William Penn (4-13) lost by scores of 9-4 and 8-2. The Eagles (13-6) were on fire to begin the day, scoring nine runs in the first three innings, including a seven spot in the […]

Statesmen End Losing Streak in Splitting MCC Opener

William Penn (4-11, 1-1 MCC) won the league opener 5-4 (8 innings), but lost the nightcap 8-2.

Oskaloosa–The losing streak is kaput, but work still has to be done to get the Statesmen softball team fully rolling towards another Midwest Collegiate Conference crown as it split with Clarke Saturday. William Penn (4-11, 1-1 MCC) won the league opener 5-4 (8 innings), but lost the nightcap 8-2. The program’s losing streak ends at […]

WPU Splits Another Non-Conference DH with Morningside

William Penn University Athletics

Sioux City–Courtesy of a late rally in the opener, the Statesmen baseball team was able to go 1-1 against a tough Morningside program Saturday. William Penn (10-10) won the opener 4-2, but fell in the nightcap 3-2 (8 innings). Robert Phiakeo (Jr., San Diego, Calif., Business Management) began the scoring with an RBI single in […]

Back-to-back one-hitters cap Central softball trip

Central College

TUCSON, ARIZ.—It could have been another here-we-go-again moment for the Central College softball team. On more than one occasion during the team’s 10 days at the Tucson (Ariz.) Invitational Games, the Dutch were stung by defensive miscues that snowballed into momentum-killing innings. So when a one-out walk was followed by a misplayed fly ball and […]

Spring break ends on a sour note for Central baseball team

Central College

TUCSON, ARIZ. — The Central College baseball team saw another early lead evaporate away Saturday, losing the final game of its spring break trip 10-9 against Concordia (Wis.) in 11 innings. The Dutch (4-6) sprinted out to a 6-1 lead after three innings, courtesy of a four-run third inning. Zach Brown’s (sophomore, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, […]

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