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Warriors Continue Road Trip on Saturday

Warriors Continue Road Trip on Saturday

Despite putting together a second-half rally, the Waldorf College men’s basketball team fell short in an 80-73 loss to AIB College of Business on Friday. “We’re running out of gas,” Waldorf coach Nigel Jenkins said. “We’re not getting off to good starts and playing from behind is tough to do all of the time. We’ve

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Florida Prep Joins Warriors

The Waldorf College women’s wrestling team added Amanda Mercier as the newest member of its 2015-16 recruiting class. Mercier, a native of Haiti, moved to the United States in 2006 and graduated from Orlando’s Oak Ridge High School in 2014. She signed a letter of intent with the Warriors on Tuesday and is the third

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Hampton-Dumont Grad Signs with Waldorf

Hampton-Dumont High School graduate Illiana Bartsch is set to join the Waldorf College women’s wrestling team next semester. Bartsch, a 2014 Hampton-Dumont graduate, signed a letter of intent with the Warriors on Wednesday. “Illiana comes to us locally and is eager to learn and get back on the mats,” Waldorf coach Tyreece Gilder said. “She’s

Warrior Hitters Garner Academic Recognition

Waldorf College volleyball players Abby Buehler and Courtney Palmer were honored as Daktronics-National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Scholar-Athletes this season. In order to be nominated as a Scholar-Athlete by an institution, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.50 on a 4.0 scale and must have achieved a junior academic status.

SPORTS NEWS DECEMBER 3 2014

The Forest City Boys basketball team opened their season with a rout of conference newcomer Eagle Grove 84-24 Tuesday night.  Erich Erdman led the way with 21 points, with Jordan True adding 10. 4 others had 6 or more points in the win.  Forest City travels to Lake Mills Friday night.  The West Hancock boys

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Three Waldorf Players Named NAIA Scholar-Athletes

Waldorf College women’s soccer players Melanie Cameron, Kaylee Vitale and Ashley Carmichael were recognized for their academic success, earning Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete honors this season. In order to be nominated by an institution, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.50 on a 4.0 scale and must have achieved a junior academic status

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