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Warriors entertain HC Harbin on Sept. 14, 17

The Waldorf College hockey team has announced that it will host a two-game set with HC Harbin, a Chinese semi-professional hockey team comprised of players who have competed for the Chinese national team at the U18 or U20 levels and some of whom have represented China at the Senior World Championships. The HC Harbin roster also

Waldorf College Soccer

Waldorf hosts Dordt in Soccer Today

There was plenty of effort from the Waldorf College men’s soccer team during Wednesday’s season opener. In the end, it was AIB College of Business (1-0) handing the Warriors (0-1) a 3-0 loss. “I feel like we came out and fought hard, especially in the first half,” Waldorf coach Ryan Martin said. “I thought we

Waldorf Cross Country

Warriors Enter New Season on Friday at Cedar Rapids

The Waldorf College men’s cross country team might not have veteran experience, but it’s not standing in the way of the Warriors’ drive to compete this season. “We have a group of excited and positive student-athletes to work with,” Waldorf coach Kendrick Clay said. “We don’t have depth and experience, but a group of young

Waldorf (Iowa) sweeps first NSAA Football Players-of-the-Week honors

August 25, 2014 MADISON, S.D. – Waldorf (Iowa) swept the first edition of the North Star Athletic Association (NSAA) Football Players-of-the-Week honors, announced Monday.  Dedarius Bridges was selected to Offensive Player-of-the-Week, while Jamaar Crayton was named to Defensive Player-of-the-Week.  Dustin Wilke was voted as Special Teams Player-of-the-Week. NSAA Football Offensive Player of the Week Dedarius Bridges

Waldorf Football team rolls to victory at Mayville State Saturday afternoon

SPORTS NEWS AUGUST 25 2014 The Waldorf football team opened the 2014 campaign by taking the long road trip to Mayville, North Dakota to take on Mayville State University. The trip was worth it, as the Warriors crushed the Comets 48-0.  Quarterback Christopher Smith led Waldorf as he went 16 of 33 for 199 yards

NIACC Soccer

NIACC Soccer Team Falls 2-1 to Century

The NIACC men’s soccer team opened the season with a 2-1 loss to Century College Saturday on the NIACC campus. NIACC, which trailed 1-0 at the half, tied the contest with 19:42 left in the contest on a penalty kick from freshman Kevin Fortes. Century College (1-0) received the game-winning goal from Jordan Seib with

NIACC Volleyball

NIACC Volleyball Team Goes 1-1 at St. Cloud

he NIACC volleyball team split a pair of matches Saturday at the St. Cloud Technical and Community College tournament. NIACC (2-2 overall) topped Dakota County Technical College 3-0 and dropped a 3-2 decision to host St. Cloud Tech. NIACC topped DCTC 25-22, 25-8, 25-13. St. Cloud topped NIACC 15-25, 25-15, 25-16, 23-25, 15-13. “(Saturday) was

NIACC Cross Country

NIACC’s Palmeter Wins Regional Time Trial

NIACC sophomore Hannah Palmeter won the ICCAC 5K women’s time trial in a personal best time of 18 minutes, 25 seconds. The 18:25 is the second-fastest time in school history for the women’s 5K. Anna Buenneke holds the school record with a time of 18:15 at the NJCAA Region XI meet in 2011. The NIACC

Waldorf Volleyball

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