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Half Dozen Honored as Academic All-District

William Penn University Athletics

  Oskaloosa–Six members of the William Penn women’s soccer team were recognized for superb contributions on and off the field as the College Sports Communicators academic all-district women’s soccer teams were announced recently. Madeline Danielson (So., La Crescent, Minn., Exercise Science) leads the group with a perfect 4.0 Grade Point Average. Abi Moers (Jr., Evergreen, Colo., Psychology […]

Statesmen Again Showing Out in the NAIA, USBC

William Penn University Athletics

  Oskaloosa–With a few tournaments under their belts, the William Penn bowling teams are starting to see how they align with the rest of the nation. Courtesy of three top-five finishes, the William Penn women sit second in the NAIA’s first RPI ranking at .660 and are tied for 25th in the USBC with 1,967 […]

Ravagni, Andrews Collect CSC Academic All-District Laurels

William Penn University Athletics

  Oskaloosa–Tiago Ravagni (Sr., Buenos Aries, Argentina, Industrial Technology) and Luke Andrews (Sr., Andover, England, Sports Management) gained postseason accolades as the College Sports Communicators academic all-district men’s soccer teams were announced recently. Ravagni owns a 3.95 Grade Point Average, while Andrews currently has a 3.83 GPA. The award from CSC (formally College Sports Information Directors of America) […]

Statesmen Eclipse Century Mark in Heart-Opening Win Over MVC

William Penn University Athletics

  Marshall, Mo.–There was no Thanksgiving hangover for the William Penn men’s basketball team as six players scored in double figures in a 111-96 Heart of America Athletic Conference win over Missouri Valley Saturday. WPU (5-2, 1-0 Heart) outshot the Vikings 52.1%-50.0% in another highly-contested bout in the head-to-head series. It is the seventh time […]

William Penn Holds Off Missouri Valley to Win Heart Opener

William Penn University Athletics

  Marshall, Mo.–The William Penn women’s basketball team survived a late charge from Missouri Valley as it claimed a 55-52 win in its Heart of America Athletic Conference opener Saturday. WPU (3-3, 1-0 Heart) was outscored 18-10 by the Vikings (4-3, 0-1 Heart) in the final quarter, but made three big free throws down the […]

WARRIORS WIN, OFF TO BEST START SINCE 2017-18

Indian Hills Athletics

Casper, WY – No. 1 Indian Hills Men’s Basketball powered past Western Wyoming Community College 91-88 to finish 2-0 at the Visto Auto Thanksgiving Classic. The Warriors improve to 11-0 on the year. The Warriors built a 15-point lead in the second half over the Mustangs and held off a late rally to pick up […]

Six threes for Scott in Central women’s basketball road win

Central Dutch Athletics

ELSAH, ILL.—A career-best six 3-point goals for guard Samantha Scott (Davenpor, North Scott HS) and a double-double by center Allison Van Gorp (sophomore, Pella, Pella Christian HS) in her season debut fueled an encouraging 78-70 Central College women’s basketball victory Saturday over Principia College (Ill.). It’s the season’s first road win for the Dutch (3-4). […]

TOP-RANKED WARRIORS HANDLE CASPER ON THE ROAD

Indian Hills Athletics

Casper, WY – Playing for the first time as the No. 1 ranked team in the nation since the 2017-18 season, the Indian Hills Men’s Basketball team pulled away in the second half for a 94-69 victory over Casper College (WY) at the Vista Auto Thanksgiving Classic. The Warriors move to 10-0 on the year. […]

Central outshoots Knox for men’s basketball win

Central Dutch Athletics

PELLA—Central College rained in 14 3-point goals in its first men’s basketball home-court appearance of the season and outscored Knox College (Ill.) 88-66 Friday. Guard Kade Terrell (5th-year, Montrose, Colo.) knocked down five treys and had a game-high 18 points for the Dutch (4-3), who used a 10-0 first-half run to build a 39-29 lead […]

Hurley hits 22 in Central women’s basketball road setback

Central Dutch Athletics

GALESBURG, ILL.—Central College erupted for a 32-point second quarter but was stymied in the second half of an 89-73 women’s basketball setback at Knox College (Ill.) Wednesday afternoon. Guard Kelsea Hurley (senior, Scottsdale, Ariz., Desert Mountain HS) pumped in a season-high 22 points with four 3-pointers on 6-of-9 shooting. Guard Abby Johnson (sophomore, Ankeny) had […]

               

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