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Women’s Soccer Advance to Nationals; Men Fall Short

The Kansas Wesleyan Women’s soccer team fell short in the KCAC Championship game on Saturday, but the team still earned a spot in the NAIA National Championships. The Lady Coyotes advanced to the Championships due to their impressive 5-0 victory over Tabor College last Tuesday. Cynthia Chavez led the Yotes with two goals, and the women dominated the entire game from the very first whistle. The women’s team ...

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No Friends in the KCAC

Tuesday night, November 8,  the Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes took on the Friends University Falcons in the KCAC Quarterfinals. The Coyotes came out on top in three sets, sweeping the Falcons from the tournament, and ending their season. There was high energy, communication, and an immense amount of positivity from both sides. There was never a quiet time in Mabee arena. The fans, players, and coaches were cheeri ...

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Premier League Title Race Heats Up

One of the best professional soccer leagues resides in the United Kingdom. It is called the English Premier League. The league has been known for its dominance of the four major teams; Chelsea, Manchester United, Arsenal, and Liverpool. In recent years, the league has been known for its absolute madness. Manchester City came out of nowhere from the late 2000’s and ended up winning the Premier League in 2011 ...

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Men’s Bowling Claims Championship in Missouri

Bowling in their second tournament in school history, the Coyote Men’s Bowling team took home the Championship title at Andy B’s Baker Championship in Springfield, Missouri. The team was in second place after day one, and were only 31 pins behind the leaders, Central Missouri University. The team knew if they worked togethee, that they could potentially catch the leaders. After the first four Baker games, t ...

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USA Dominates in Ryder Cup

Every two years, the best professional golfers from the United States and Europe get together to participate in one of the fiercest competitions in sports: The Ryder Cup. The event happens every two years, with the host switching between the two countries. This year, the competition took place in Chaska, Minnesota at Hazeltine National Golf Club. Hazeltine is known for its ruthless rough, and speedy greens, ...

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Men’s Soccer beats out Bulldogs

The Coyotes took the pitch this past Wednesday to take on McPherson College. The Men’s team played an exceptional game, winning by a score of 2-0 over the Bulldogs. The first five minutes of the game was very back and forth, with both teams trying to break each other down to score real early. In the 6th minute, Luke Walters of KWU, scored a beautiful dribbler right past the Bulldogs keeper. Evan Williams wa ...

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Huge Fourth Quater Propels Coyotes Past McPherson

The Coyotes football team drove down to McPherson for a KCAC football game this past Saturday. The Coyotes headed to the matchup with a 3-1 record (1-1 in KCAC play), and were ranked at 14th in the latest NAIA Coaches Poll. McPherson started with the ball and drove it virtually all the way down the field but ended up getting intercepted late in the drive by Coyotes defender Michael Guerrero. After a pair of ...

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Coyotes Stomp Southwestern 63-13 in Homecoming Game

The Coyotes went all out Saturday night during a rainy homecoming game against the Southwestern College Moundbuilders. They went on to prevail as they controlled the entire game and would go on to win 63-13 as the fourth quarter came to a late end. This puts their overall record at 3-1 and 1-1 in conference play. Furthermore, this puts their NAIA ranking at No.14. The night started off with the dedication o ...

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Men’s Soccer falls to Oklahoma City

The Kansas Wesleyan Coyote Men’s Soccer team took to the field this past Saturday against the Oklahoma City Stars. This game followed a match between the two women’s teams, in which KWU took a 3-0 win over the Stars. The game started out very slow, and the Yotes' faced a lot of action in the mid field. In the 12th minute OKC’s lead forward, Logan Stewart, took a low shot and nailed the post. From that point ...

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Not Part of the Plan

Injuries are a huge part of sports. Far too often these injuries cut careers short and make iconic figures in the industry walk off of the field too early. The fear of injuries can cut a player's career short as well. More often than not, football results in some of the more severe injuries in sports, especially when it comes to joints. No team can attest to that statement quite like the Minnesota Vikings i ...

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