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Fighting Bees capitalize at foul line

The Waldorf College men’s basketball team closed out the ActionCOACH Shootout with an 84-72 loss to St. Ambrose University on Saturday. Shooting 58 percent on a 30-of-52 performance from the field wasn’t enough for the Warriors (1-3) to bring down the Fighting Bees (4-0), who entered the contest ranked No. 14 in the National Association

Warriors go to Canada and Lord-Klein earns runner-up honors at 59 kilograms

Competing on an international stage, four members of the Waldorf College women’s wrestling team placed in Saturday’s Wesmen Open. Gabrielle Lord-Klein claimed runner-up honors at 59 kilograms for the Warriors. Sara Sanchez (59 kg) and Maciel Ramirez (48 kg) put together third-place performances while Ashlee Lentz (72 kg) earned sixth. There was new opposition for

Warrior Womens Soccer ends season with 7-11-1 record

The Waldorf College women’s soccer team saw its season come to a close in a 2-0 loss to Oklahoma Wesleyan University during Saturday’s Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference (MCAC) Tournament semifinal. “It’s always difficult when a season comes to an end,” Waldorf coach Casey Curoe said. “Oklahoma Wesleyan is a decent team and when we expose

Waldorf Wrestlers Drop Two Thursday Night

The Waldorf College men’s wrestling team faced NCAA Division II opponents in its first two duals of the season on Thursday. Truman State University (1-1) topped the Warriors (0-2) by a score of 34-9 in the opener. Sixteenth-ranked Upper Iowa University (2-0) earned four falls while handing Waldorf a 42-3 loss in the second dual

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Warriors Knock Off #2 Cardinal Stritch

Erik Brewer poured in 29 points and provided the Waldorf College men’s basketball team with a lift down the stretch in a 69-68 victory over Cardinal Stritch University during Wednesday’s home opener. Brewer drew a foul and tied the game on a layup with four seconds remaining in the game. The 6-foot-6 junior forward from

Forest City volleyball edged by Iowa Falls-Alden in regional final

SPORTS NEWS NOVEMBER 5 2014 The Forest City volleyball team fell 2 points short of the state volleyball tournament Tuesday night in Clear Lake, falling in 5 sets to Iowa Falls-Alden.  Set Scores were 22-25, 26-28, 25-17, 25-18, 16-14.  Maggie Mathiasen and Rachel Koch each had 22 kills, while Emily Koch had 48 assists. Forest

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