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NIACC Takes on #1Iowa Western Today

The NIACC men’s soccer team returns to action Wednesday at No. 1 Iowa Western (3-0 overall, 1-0 in the ICCAC). Match time is set for 4 p.m. In their last match up, NIACC (1-2 overall) stopped the Wartburg College junior varsity 3-1 on Sept. 1 in Waverly. Freshman Kevin Fortes scored all three of NIACC’s

Friday night football results

SPORTS NEWS SEPTEMBER 8 2014 The Forest City Football team fell to Spirit Lake 35-25 in non-district action Friday night in the home opener.  Tanner Thompson led the way with 67 yards rushing and 2 touchdowns, while completing 6 passes for 94 yards and another touchdown.  Tyler Prescott was on the receiving end of the

Warriors compete at Viterbo Invitational next Saturday

Generating a team score was the No. 1 priority for the Waldorf College men’s cross country team during Friday’s Augustana Twilight. “Our main goal was to score as a team,” Waldorf coach Kendrick Clay said. “We have juniors in our program that have never scored as a team before the conference championships.” The Warriors scored

Waldorf falls to defending NCAA Division III champs

The Waldorf College football team faced arguably the toughest opponent on its schedule, taking on the defending NCAA Division III national champions on Friday. The Warriors (2-1) were limited to 177 yards of total offense in a 73-7 loss to No. 1 University of Wisconsin-Whitewater (1-0). “Their tradition is outstanding, they’re superbly coached and have

Waldorf opens St. Louis trip with loss

Opening a weekend road trip against NCAA Division II’s University of Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL) presented a tough test for the Waldorf College women’s soccer team. The Warriors (1-3) entered the match fresh off their first victory of the season and were handed a 3-0 loss by the Tritons (1-0) on Friday. UMSL brought an aggressive

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Waldorf faces Dakota State on Saturday

The Waldorf College volleyball team dropped a pair of losses to Mount Marty College and Presentation College during Friday’s triangular. “Both teams played well against us in both matches,” Waldorf coach Paul Meyer said. “They didn’t allow us to get any rhythm going all night.” The Warriors (3-8) entered the night riding a three-match winning

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Waldorf Begins Fall Season of Golf This Weekend

Set to begin the fall campaign, veteran leadership will propel the Waldorf College men’s golf team to success this season. “Most of the players have significant playing experience at the collegiate level and know what to expect when they compete in golf tournaments,” Waldorf coach Mark Clouse said. “The majority utilized the summer to compete