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William Penn Hot From Field in 105-89 Road Win

William Penn University Athletics

by Wade Steinlage Springfield, Mo.–The Statesmen men’s basketball team returned to its winning ways Saturday by torching the nylon in a 105-89 Heart of America Athletic Conference win over Evangel. #3 WPU (12-1, 2-1 Heart) shot 58.1% overall, but was simply ridiculous in the second half by making 69.7% of its attempts (79.3% 2-PT). It […]

Statesmen Keep Rolling with Season-Best Shooting Effort

William Penn University Athletics

by Wade Steinlage Springfield, Mo.–Jenna Santi (Jr., Oak Creek, Wis., Elementary Education) and Vashti Nwagbaraocha (Jr., Milwaukee, Wis., Exercise Science) were both perfect from the field and the William Penn women’s basketball team dominated the middle two quarters as it defeated Evangel 72-45 in Heart of America Athletic Conference play Saturday. WPU (9-3, 3-0 Heart), […]

Elmore, Robinson Qualify in Successful Season Opener

William Penn University Athletics

by Wade Steinlage Pella–Derek Robinson (Sr., Jenks, Okla., Communications) and Tristen Elmore (So., Ovied, Fla., Physical Education) guided the Statesmen track and field teams to an impressive start to its indoor campaign as it competed at the Central Holiday Preview Saturday. Elmore had two event wins, including taking the gold in the long jump with […]

NAIA Releases Second Set of Wrestling Polls

William Penn University Athletics

by Wade Steinlage Oskaloosa–Five Statesmen wrestlers are ranked within the conference as the NAIA released its second set of polls this week. John Altieri (Jr., Warwick, R.I., Sociology) continues to guide WPU’s grapplers, sitting 10th nationally at 125 pounds. His ranking helps the navy and gold to #42 in the NAIA with 11 points. Grand […]

Cleaver Chosen to Guide Volleyball Program

Aleesha Cleaver

by Wade Steinlage Oskaloosa–William Penn University Athletics Director Nik Rule is proud to announce that Aleesha Cleaver has been hired as Head Volleyball Coach. Cleaver, who becomes the 12th head coach in the program’s history, will come to WPU from Southwestern Community College in Creston where she served in the same position for the past […]

William Penn Remains Third in NAIA’s First Poll

William Penn University Athletics

by Wade Steinlage Oskaloosa–Near perfection through the first month of the year has helped the Statesmen men’s basketball team remain one of the top squads in the nation as the NAIA Division I poll was released Tuesday. WPU (11-1, 1-1 Heart) started the year at #3 in the preseason rating and remains in that spot […]

Butler Named All-American

William Penn University Athletics

by Wade Steinlage Oskaloosa–Raunice Butler (Jr., Nassau, Bahamas, Physical Education) joined rarified air Tuesday by being named one of the top players in the nation as the NAIA announced its women’s soccer All-America teams. Butler was named to the Honorable-Mention team, one of 66 individuals on that squad. The top three teams each had 11 […]

WPU Shut Out by #2 Missouri Valley

William Penn University Athletics

by Wade Steinlage Marshall, Mo.–The Statesmen wrestling team was unable to put up much of a fight against one of the top teams in the NAIA as William Penn fell 48-0 to #2 Missouri Valley in a Heart of America Athletic Conference dual meet Monday. WPU (1-2, 0-1 Heart) was short-handed in its pre-holiday finale, […]

Three in Top 25 Help Statesmen to Bracket Tourney

William Penn University Athletics

by Wade Steinlage Addison, Ill.–The William Penn women’s bowling team had a strong showing in open play, but could not upset the best squad in the field at the Ebonite Warhawk Open Saturday and Sunday. WPU was eighth out of 24 teams with 8,161 pins in six regular games and four Baker sets. Robert Morris […]

William Penn Fourth at Warhawk Open

William Penn University Athletics

by Wade Steinlage Addison, Ill.–A trio of Statesmen placed in the top 25 as the Statesmen men’s bowling team placed high at the Ebonite Warhawk Open Saturday and Sunday. WPU was fourth out of 24 teams with 9,295 pins in six regular games and four Baker sets. Wisconsin-Whitewater topped qualifying with 9,793 pins. The navy […]

         

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