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Order on the Court

After finishing 1-2 in Chicago, the Yotes came out strong in their sweep over York College in their opener of the LaQuinta-KWU Invitational Tournament. After trailing by seven points, the Yotes fought back and took the first set against the Panthers. After Kelsey Plummer received a kill, giving the Coyotes possession of the ball, they went on to score 11 consecutive points to win the first set 25-21. The fi ...

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Coyotes Cruise past Waldorf

The number 13 ranked Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes played the Waldorf Warriors this past Saturday at home. This was only the second meeting between the two schools, with the last game being played just last year. The Coyotes won the coin toss and elected to kick-off, giving Waldorf the opportunity to take the lead. Waldorf’s first drive resulted in a quick three and out. This gave the ball right to the Coyotes. T ...

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Kansas Wesleyan adds New Sports

With the beginning of the school year fading into a distant memory, the new chapter begins: Athletics. This school year brings more excitement than any other year. This is because the school has added Wrestling, Men’s and Women’s bowling, and E-Sports to its roster. The E-Sports team will be focusing in on the computer game, League of Legends.  With the addition of bowling and wrestling, the number of men’s ...

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May the Course be With You

The Kansas Wesleyan Coyote cross country runners had a tough break last Saturday, September 3, 2016, under new coach Chris Sandefur. The Yotes began their season at the Bob Timmons Classic at Rim Rock Farm, hosted by the University of Kansas. After being thrown into the meet with three NCAA Division 1 schools, the Yotes ran their hardest but it wasn’t quite enough. We had four consecutive finishers on the m ...

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Track runs strong at Friends

On Friday April 8 and Saturday April 9, the Kansas Wesleyan Track team made their way to Friends University. On April 8, Kansas Wesleyan only competed in the long distance events. The Men’s team ran a 5,000 meter race in two separate heats. Michael Sarafin led the coyotes in heat number one with a time of 15:51. Followed after was Ian Woods with a time of 16:50, Greg Vasquez with a time of 17:15, John Green ...

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Baseball takes on Ottawa

The baseball season is rapidly coming to an end and every team in the KCAC is fighting for position in the standings to determine this year’s champion. The Coyotes are currently 24-21 on the season, with a 13-15 record in KCAC play. This week the men took on Ottawa University. The Braves played well and had a combined 11 runs on the first day. Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes had a combined 27 runs in the first two ...

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KWU baseball destroys bulldogs

Kansas Wesleyan Baseball is approaching the final stretch, and with their record sitting at 21-20 they’re looking to create a gap in that win column and gain some momentum before going into the KCAC tournament. Stringing together some wins is objective number one for the team, and they aimed to do so against McPherson College. Game one gave the Coyotes 31 hits, scoring a season high 24 runs, including 10 in ...

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Volleyball participates in alumni tournament

The Kansas Wesleyan 6th Annual Alumni Tournament kicked off at 9 am on Saturday, April 16 in Mabee Area. Seven teams played six games each before the semi-finals and finals began at 4. Two sets to 21 were played between each team during the tournament and by the end of the afternoon, exhaustion and soreness swept through the gym. The event brought alumni from Nebraska, Texas and Tennessee to compete. Bre Sc ...

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KWU baseball beats Bethany

Kansas Wesleyan Baseball is in full swing, and they are sitting in a good position to make a run for the KCAC Championship. Having stumbled in their last few season series, the Coyotes look to get back on track. Their most recent series was against Bethany College in Lindsborg, Kansas. The first two games were played on April 3 and saw a split of the two. Game one was a competitive match, and saw two teams ...

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March Madness met with busted brackets

Every year the country sets everything aside and nothing else matters except College Basketball. The tournament always has its share of Cinderella stories and buzzer beaters, but this year produced some of the most jaw dropping, heart stopping moments in college history, and was capped off with one of the best college national championship games ever. This was no exaggeration. This year’s tourney caught ple ...

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