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Three Waldorf Players Named NAIA Scholar-Athletes

Three Waldorf Players Named NAIA Scholar-Athletes

Waldorf College women’s soccer players Melanie Cameron, Kaylee Vitale and Ashley Carmichael were recognized for their academic success, earning Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete honors this season. In order to be nominated by an institution, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.50 on a 4.0 scale and must have achieved a junior academic status


Waldorf’s Brewer Pours in Game-high 25 Points

Mayville State University cashed in at the free-throw line in the second half to secure a 75-69 win over the Waldorf College men’s basketball team on Saturday. “They did a good job of stepping up and making their free throws in the second half,” Waldorf coach Nigel Jenkins said. The Warriors (2-6) owned a 37-35


Bettinson, Stewart, Gomez Earning National Recognition

Three members of the Waldorf College men’s wrestling team are receiving national attention in the latest National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Coaches Poll. Bo Bettinson,  Jon Stewart, and Angel Gomez are ranked for the Warriors in the poll that was released on Wednesday. Bettinson is ranked No. 15 at 125 pounds. The senior from


Warriors drop to 6-4 in NCHL standings

The Waldorf College hockey team took a lead into the final period, but fell short in a 2-1 loss to Robert Morris University in Saturday’s Northern Collegiate Hockey League (NCHL) contest. “We played pretty good hockey for the better part of the first two periods,” Waldorf coach Brett Shelanski said. “We generated some scoring chances


Nelsen, Schmit led Waldorf with 14 points each

Valley City State University got hot in the opening half and never cooled off in an 88-49 win over the Waldorf College women’s basketball team on Sunday. “When another team comes out and shoots it well, you have to able to counteract it in a sense by shooting well yourselves,” Waldorf coach Katie Schutjer said.


Nelson pours in 25 points, Brewer adds 18 for Warriors

An exhibition game against NCAA Division II’s No. 7 Minnesota State University provided the Waldorf College men’s basketball team with another early-season test on Saturday. The Mavericks (3-1) came away with an 86-62 victory, but it didn’t come without fending off an early fight from the Warriors (2-5). Minnesota State held a 22-19 lead with


Warriors Compete Dec. 6 in Chuck Petersen Open

Excitement continues to build for the Waldorf College track and field teams. Running on the Forest City YMCA indoor track or battling the elements outdoors in northern Iowa’s bone-chilling November weather, it’s all part of the process for the Warriors as they prepare for their first-ever indoor season in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics