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Hoover Races to 17th in 200 for Warriors

Hoover Races to 17th in 200 for Warriors

Danielle Holt and Regine Hoover represented the Waldorf College women’s indoor track and field team with hard-fought efforts in Saturday’s Dordt Open. “Both of the girls did a good job,” Waldorf coach Kendrick Clay said. Holt turned in the top performance for the Warriors as the freshman from New London earned 14th place in the

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Beaman Continues to Excel for Warriors in Sprints and Hurdles

Six members of the Waldorf College men’s indoor track and field team put together strong showings while competing against a large field in Saturday’s Dordt Open. “Placings don’t really show performance, effort and progression because you have so many different schools and athletes in the mix collegiately,” Waldorf coach Kendrick Clay said. Caleb Gilbertson put


Waldorf Wrestlers Show Well in Worthington Open

Seven members of the Waldorf College men’s wrestling team went to work on the mat during Saturday’s Worthington Open. “Overall, it was a great tournament for our younger guys to get out there and compete,” Waldorf coach Brad Stockton said. Jon Stewart claimed third place at 157 pounds to lead the Warriors. The freshman from


Waldorf’s Gott, Schmit Record Double-Doubles

Friday’s Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference (MCAC) opener was a down-to-the wire battle for the Waldorf College women’s basketball team. York College (7-7, 1-0) erased a nine-point deficit in the second half to prevail in a 63-60 win over the Warriors (1-14, 0-1). “Overall, the effort was great,” Waldorf coach Katie Schutjer said. “The girls played


Panthers Use Opportunities to Beat Warriors

The Waldorf College men’s basketball team knew York College couldn’t be overlooked. “They have a lot of weapons, a lot of guys that can shoot it and very, very good athleticism,” Waldorf coach Nigel Jenkins said. The Panthers (10-6, 1-0) displayed why they’re a dangerous team in a 78-52 win over the Warriors (5-11, 1-1)

Hamilton signs 2015

Nine Players Ink with NIACC

Nine players have signed national letters of intent with the NIACC baseball team this week. Six of the nine players are in-state prospects, including four of the state of Iowa’s top fifty players, according to Prep Baseball Report rankings. Also included based off those same rankings is the state’s eighth-ranked player and top player in


Forest City basketball teams defeat Eagle Grove, Wrestlers 3-0

SPORTS NEWS JANUARY 14 2015 The Forest City boys basketball team defeated Eagle Grove 94-52 Tuesday night.  Erich Erdman had 33 points to lead the Indians, while Jordan True and Ethan Erdman added 11 each.  Forest City is now 9-2 overall, 9-1 in the NIC.  Other Tuesday night boys basketball scores: West Hancock 88, North


Davis Named ICCAC Player of the Week

NIACC sophomore point guard Al Davis has been selected as the ICCAC men’s basketball player of the week for the week of Jan. 5-10. Davis scored 23 points with eight rebounds and eight assists to lead NIACC to a 75-67 victory over No. 9 Kirkwood in the conference opener for both teams on Jan. 10.


NIACC women ranked 10th in latest poll

The NIACC women’s basketball team is ranked 10th in the NJCAA Division II poll released Wednesday. NIACC (10-4 overall, 0-1 in the ICCAC) was ranked seventh in the preseason poll and was ranked second in the Dec. 3, Dec. 10 and Dec. 17 polls and were seventh in the Jan. 7 poll. It’s the 17th