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One More for Foster

William Penn University Athletics

Oskaloosa–Cameron Foster (Sr., West Jordan, Utah, Business Management) received one final honor in his brilliant career as the country’s collegiate bowling coaches announced their All-America teams Tuesday. Foster, who won Midwest Collegiate Conference Player of the Year honors for the second time last month, was named to the Honorable Mention squad by the National Collegiate […]

Bombs Away!! William Penn Tightens Up League Race with Home-Run Fests

William Penn Women's Athletics

Des Moines–Eight Statesmen home runs were crushed on Wednesday as the WPU softball program got back into the league title conversation with a doubleheader sweep over Grand View. William Penn (26-13, 12-4 MCC) won by scores of 14-9 and 16-7 (5 innings) to narrow the Viking lead to just one game in the loss column. […]

HYDRIVE Arena Football Hall of Fame Weekend Set to Kick Off Friday

Iowa Barnstormers

Hall of Fame Weekend Held in Des Moines, Ceremony and Game Des Moines, IA – The 2014 HYDRIVE Arena Football Hall of Fame Weekend is set to kick off on Friday, April 18 in Des Moines, Iowa, the League office announced today. The festivities will begin with the induction ceremony on Friday, April 18 at […]

Lindeque’s Hole-in-One Highlights Statesmen Push Up Leaderboard

William Penn University Athletics

Booneville, Mo.–Byron Lindeque (Jr., Boksburg, South Africa, Public Accounting) accomplished something for the third time Tuesday that few golfers will ever experience even once as he led the William Penn men’s golf team at the Central Methodist Eagle Open. Monday’s opening round was cancelled due to poor weather, shortening the event to 27 holes on […]

Four in a Row for Navy and Gold

William Penn Women's Golf 2014

Booneville, Mo.–Guided by three individuals on the all-tourney team, the Statesmen women’s golf squad kept its winning streak very much alive at the Central Methodist Eagle Open Tuesday. Monday’s opening round was cancelled due to poor weather, shortening the event to 27 holes on Tuesday. William Penn won its fourth-straight event by heading the six-team […]

Dance Team Brings Home Bronze from Nationals

Daytona, Fla.–In its first trip to the big show, the William Penn Competitive Dance team won hardware at the NCA/NDA College Nationals Friday. The team placed third out of ten teams in the NAIA Small Team Performance Division with a final score of 8.520. The Statesmen advanced out of Thursday’s preliminary round with a second-place […]

Ruiz’s One-Hitter Leads WPU to Split Against Clarke

William Penn University Athletics

Dubuque–Josh Ruiz (Jr., Chula Vista, Calif., General Mathematics) was just three outs away from a no-hitter and even though he did not accomplish the impressive feat, his performance guided the Statesmen baseball team to a Midwest Collegiate Conference doubleheader split with Clarke Saturday. The Statesmen (20-12, 7-7 MCC) won the opener 1-0, but fell in […]

McCastle Crushes Record Again

William Penn University Athletics

Des Moines–If he continues at this pace, Cornelius McCastle (Fr., McKinney, Texas, Industrial Technology) might reach the moon by the time the national championships roll around as he broke his own school mark at the Jim Duncan Invitational hosted by Drake Friday and Saturday. McCastle set a new WPU mark in the high jump with […]

Statesmen Split Again to Wrap Up Jamboree

William Penn Women's Athletics

Morrison, Ill.–The William Penn softball team overpowered its first foe Saturday, but ran out of muscle in splitting a pair of contests on the second and final day of the Ashford Spring Jamboree. The Statesmen (24-13) defeated Roosevelt (Ill.) 11-3 (6 innings) and lost 5-1 to Judson (Ill.). The navy and gold fell behind 1-0 […]

Statesmen Finish 1-1 on First Day of Ashford Tourney

William Penn Women's Athletics

Morrison, Ill.–The William Penn softball team crushed Friday’s first opponent, but could not pull off the sweep on the opening day of the Ashford Spring Jamboree. The Statesmen (23-12) won 9-0 (5 innings) against Trinity Christian (Ill.) and lost 3-0 to #12 Olivet Nazarene (Ill.). The navy and gold scored early and often against the […]

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