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NIACC’s Ford-Washington Selected as NJCAA Division II Player of the Week

NIACC’s Ford-Washington Selected as NJCAA Division II Player of the Week

A day after being selected as the ICCAC player of the week, NIACC sophomore Sierra Ford-Washington was selected as the NJCAA Division II women’s basketball player of the week for the week of Nov. 3-9. Ford-Washington is the first NIACC women’s player to earn the national honor since Cortni Rush was the national player of

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Bison Cheerleader to Join Warriors in 2016-17

North Iowa High School’s Molli Joens will continue her cheerleading career at Waldorf College. Joens, a junior at North Iowa in Buffalo Center, signed a letter of intent with the Warriors on Wednesday. “Molli has been in love with cheerleading since before she was able to cheer and she has spent innumerable hours improving her

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Blooming Prairie Senior Signs with Warriors

The Waldorf College cheerleading program is excited to add Blooming Prairie High School’s Jasmine Hohenstein as a member of its 2015-16 recruiting class. Hohenstein, a senior at Blooming Prairie, signed a letter of intent with the Warriors on Wednesday. “I’m very happy to have a Blooming Prairie Awesome Blossom joining the Warrior cheer squad next

Warrior Women Finish Seventh in Cross Country Team Standings

Four Waldorf College women’s cross country runners recorded personal-best times while closing out the season in Saturday’s Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference (MCAC) Championship. Audrey Sparks, Karly Ankarlo, Cassidy Atchison and Cassie Jo Ruud each ran their fastest 5K times for the Warriors. Sparks, a senior from Mason City, led the way for Waldorf as she

Warriors Place Fifth in Mens Cross Country MCAC Championship

Waldorf College men’s cross country runners Boaz Kipkemei and Cody Clark chased down second-team all-conference honorable mention recognition during Saturday’s Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference (MCAC) Championship. “The effort and focus was really good by all of our guys,” Waldorf coach Kendrick Clay said. “Boaz and Cody led the charge and it was a fantastic effort.

Fighting Bees capitalize at foul line

The Waldorf College men’s basketball team closed out the ActionCOACH Shootout with an 84-72 loss to St. Ambrose University on Saturday. Shooting 58 percent on a 30-of-52 performance from the field wasn’t enough for the Warriors (1-3) to bring down the Fighting Bees (4-0), who entered the contest ranked No. 14 in the National Association

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