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Wolves, Pilots Best Warriors

Wolves, Pilots Best Warriors

The Waldorf College volleyball team faced tough competition during the final day of the Stritch Invite on Saturday. The Warriors (0-5) closed out the tournament with a pair of losses to Cardinal Stritch University (2-2) and Bethel College (3-1). Cardinal Stritch completed the sweep of Waldorf in the opener, winning 25-15, 25-13, 25-19. “We never

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Warriors Kick Off Season at Mayville State on Saturday

Joining the North Star Athletic Association (NSAA) this season, excitement is beginning to build for the Waldorf College football team. The Warriors jump right into their new conference, opening the season on the road against Mayville State University on Saturday. “Oftentimes, anything new is going to be exciting,” Waldorf coach Kent Anderson said. “Starting off

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Viterbo Tops Waldorf in Season Opener

Facing Viterbo University provided the Waldorf College volleyball team with a tough test during Tuesday’s season opener. “Viterbo was everything I thought they would be,” Waldorf coach Paul Meyer said. “They are very talented and will be one of the top teams in the nation.” The V-Hawks (1-0) topped the Warriors (0-1) by scores of


Cyclones To Be Showcased On Big Monday

The Iowa State men’s basketball team will be featured in at least three games on ESPN’s Big Monday, with the possibility of a fourth game. The schedule was released today by the Big 12 Conference. Iowa State will play on Big Monday three straight weeks. The Cyclones’ first game will be on Jan. 26 when

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Warrior Golf Team Turns in 3.21 GPA

The Waldorf College men’s golf team generated success on and off the course and recently earned Scholar-Team recognition from the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). “Being named an NAIA Scholar-Team is an outstanding achievement for Waldorf men’s golf,” Waldorf coach Mark Clouse said. For a team to be considered for the NAIA Scholar-Team award,

Waldorf coach ‘optimistic’ about recruits

FOREST CITY – Fifty-four players complete the incoming recruiting class for the Waldorf College football team’s upcoming season. “It’s a big, deeper class,” Waldorf coach Kent Anderson said. “We’re very excited. It gives us an opportunity to be optimistic, but we know we have a long way to go.” The Warriors are aiming to generate