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Warrior Women Close Out First Half of Wrestling Season

Warrior Women Close Out First Half of Wrestling Season

The Waldorf College women’s wrestling team was shorthanded, but didn’t lack drive and effort in 34-5 loss to the University of Jamestown on Friday. “We only managed to put forth a small representation of our squad, but they came ready to work,” Waldorf coach Tyreece Gilder said. The Warriors (1-7) entered the dual meet ranked

Waldorf Earns Crucial Hockey Victory

The Waldorf College hockey team continues to make its presence known in the Northern Collegiate Hockey League (NCHL) following a 3-1 win over Robert Morris University on Friday. “It was a hard-fought physical hockey game,” Waldorf coach Brett Shelanski said. “I liked our defensive game for the most part and we were able to find

Brewer, Nelson lead Waldorf in exhibition loss

The Waldorf College men’s basketball team couldn’t keep pace with the hot perimeter shooting of Upper Iowa University on Wednesday. NCAA Division II’s Peacocks (2-1) accounted for half of their field goals by burying 17-of-40 (43 percent) attempts from behind the arc in the exhibition contest. Eight different Upper Iowa players connected from long range.

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Gott Returns, Leads Waldorf with 14 points

Ten unanswered points to start the game had Grand View University off and running in an 81-59 win over the Waldorf College women’s basketball team on Wednesday. The Warriors (0-7) battled to within four points with seven minutes remaining in the first half. They were limited to just seven more points while the Vikings (2-5)

Moncrief, Crayton, Wilke Earn Recognition from NSAA

Waldorf College football players DeKendrick Moncrief, Jamaar Crayton and Dustin Wilke earned all-conference recognition from the North Star Athletic Association (NSAA) for their performances on the gridiron this season. Moncrief and Crayton garnered first-team all-conference honors while Wilke was named a second-team all-conference punter. Moncrief was a first-team all-conference special teams selection as a punt

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2015 Iowa State Football Schedule Announced

  The Big 12 Conference announced its 2015 league football schedule Wednesday. The conference shared that several conference games could still have date changes pending network television decisions. The Cyclones will have six home games, including four conference games in Jack Trice Stadium. Iowa State’s first two games of the season will be at home

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North Union Senior to Cheer for Warriors

North Union High School’s Kirsten DeVary brings competition experience to the Waldorf College cheerleading team. DeVary, a senior at North Union, signed a letter of intent with the Warriors on Monday. “Kirsten will be a great Waldorf Warrior cheerleader,” Waldorf coach Dyanna Quisling said. “She has four years of high school cheerleading under her belt,

NIACC Mens Basketball Resumes Tonight

The NIACC men’s basketball team returns to action Wednesday at Rochester Community and Technical College. Game time is set for 8 p.m. NIACC moved its record to 4-1 overall with wins last Thursday and Friday over the AIB Junior Varsity (85-76) and the Morningside College Junior Varsity (105-81). Freshman Boy Van Vliet scored a career-high 36

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#7 Lady Trojans Battle Rochester Tonight

The No. 7 (NJCAA Divison II) NIACC women’s basketball team plays at Rochester Community and Technical College at 6 p.m. Wednesday. NIACC topped RCTC 86-51 in the 2013-14 season. In their last game, the Lady Trojans (3-1 overall)  topped the Grand View University junior varsity 101-69 on Nov. 8. Sophomore Sierra Ford-Washington scored 28 points

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Glenville Native is Third Recruit to Join 2015-16 Class

The Waldorf College cheerleading program is excited to announce Glenville-Emmons High School’s Rachel Hagen as the newest member of the 2015-16 recruiting class. Hagen, a senior at Glenville-Emmons, signed a letter of intent with the Warriors on Thursday. “We are very lucky to be adding a Glenville-Emmons Wolverine to our squad next year,” Waldorf coach

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