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Statesmen Succumb to Bobcats

William Penn University Athletics

Oskaloosa–The William Penn volleyball team failed to slow down Peru State in a 3-0 Heart of America Athletic Conference loss Saturday. William Penn (3-15, 0-4 Heart) fell by scores of 14-25, 22-25, 16-25. The opening set was all PSC as the visitors took an early 10-2 advantage and cruised to the win. WPU came out […]

WPU Drops Avila to Grab First Heart Win

William Penn University Athletics

Oskaloosa–Courtesy of a pair of second-half goals, the Statesmen men’s soccer team snapped a mini losing streak by getting past Avila 2-0 in Heart of America Athletic Conference play Saturday. William Penn (4-4-1, 1-2 Heart), which entered the night having lost its past two games, narrowly outshot the winless Eagles (0-7-1, 0-2 Heart) by a […]

William Penn Breaks Scoreless Streak, Takes Down Avila in 2OT

William Penn University Athletics

Oskaloosa–The Statesmen women’s soccer team knocked a big monkey off its shoulder as it slipped past Heart of America Athletic Conference foe Avila 1-0 in double overtime Saturday. After playing scoreless with the Eagles (2-5-1, 0-2 Heart) for 107 minutes, Camila Parra (Jr., Brisbane, Australia, Exercise Science) and the navy and gold finally broke through. […]

Green’s Pick Six Highlights WPU Win Over Evangel

William Penn University Statesmen Football wrapped up Evangel on Saturday for their first home win, second win overall on the season.

Oskaloosa–The Statesmen football team received big plays on both sides of the ball to hold off Evangel 21-10 in a Heart of America Athletic Conference North-South crossover game Saturday. William Penn (2-3) was outgained 299-264, but the defense succeeded in bending and not breaking as the navy and gold extended its winning streak to two […]

Two titles for the Dutch men at league tennis meet

Central College

WATERLOO — For the first time in 12 years, the Central College men’s tennis team came out on top in two different brackets of the Iowa Conference individual championships Saturday. Entering the day with four of the remaining 20 slots across five brackets of singles and doubles play, Central earned the crown at both C […]

Dutch done in by early goal in men’s soccer defeat

Central College

PELLA — Conceding an early goal forced the Central College men’s soccer team to play from behind nearly the entire game in a 2-0 loss against North Central College Saturday. The game was just five minutes old when John Kissel of the Cardinals (2-6-1) tallied the game’s first goal. It is the second time this […]

Record day for Markham sparks Central football comeback

Central College

DUBUQUE — This time, the Central College football team had an answer. A year ago, the Dutch couldn’t slow Loras College’s spread offense in tumbling at Dubuque 55-48. But after giving up 304 first-half yards and trailing again late in the third quarter Saturday, Central used a record-setting day by wide receiver Sam Markham (senior, […]

Central volleyball sweeps at IIAC/NACC Crossover

Central College

LISLE, ILL. — An offensive outbreak provided the Central College volleyball team with two victories in the final day of the IIAC/NACC Crossover Tournament Saturday. Central (7-8) rebounded from an opening-match loss Friday to finish the tourney 3-1. Saturday, the Dutch defeated Wisconsin Lutheran College 25-13, 25-20, 25-11 and Concordia-Chicago University (Ill.) 25-19, 25-14, 25-16. […]

Dutch men’s golf struggles in opening round

Central College

RAMSEY, MINN. — First-round troubles continued for the Central College men’s golf team Saturday. Central fired an opening round 312 at the par-72. 6,989-yard Links at Northfork, slotting them in 11th in the 54-hole, 16-team Twin Cities Classic, Tourney host Gustavus Adolphus College (Minn.) and St. John’s University (Minn.) lead at 283. The building process […]

Simmons, Hartman Reach Double Figures in Loss to Ravens

William Penn University Athletics

Oskaloosa–Home-court advantage was unfortunately not on the menu Friday as the Statesmen volleyball team was swept by Benedictine 3-0 in Heart of America Athletic Conference action. William Penn (3-14, 0-3 Heart) fell by scores of 20-25, 18-25, 17-25. The competitors split the night’s first 22 points, but unfortunately the Ravens (5-9, 1-1 Heart) then reeled […]

       

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