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KWU eSports wraps up a stellar first season

The players of the Coyote eSports team had all been playing League of Legends together for a while. They all had their own champions and ways of playing, but when it came to joining the team, Coach Alex Walsh had some methods that were different than what the team was used to. “Nobody ever complained about any of my coaching methods or decisions for picks/bans. Sometimes I required players to play champions ...

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eSports moves up in National Competition

A quick 22-minute game against the University of Tennessee pushed the Coyotes on to the next round of nationals on March 5, 2016. Kansas Wesleyan eSports is now in the top 32 schools for the tournament. Ayrius Brown led the team in damage with 14,849 and the highest damage from the other team was 5,963. Every player on the Kdub team did more damage than the highest damage earner on the U of T. Brown also ha ...

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KWU baseball beats friends

KCAC play is in full swing, and the baseball team has gotten off to a fast start with their first series played on March 4 and 5 against Friends University. They played consecutive doubleheaders starting on March 4. The first game was an offensive explosion, with each team scoring back-and-forth. Ultimately, the game ended wildly in the ninth inning with a crazy sequence of events that went the Coyotes dire ...

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Yotes set personal best in baseball

Kansas Wesleyan Baseball is heating up after a sluggish start to the 2016 season. Starting 1-5 before turning it around, they have gone on a winning streak, and are now 8-6 and heading into KCAC play. The Coyotes recently came off a 2-1 series win over Doane College. The wind was blowing in the favor of the batters, and they took full advantage of the environment. Doane took an early lead in the opening inn ...

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Basketball Finale

The basketball regular season has come to an end and both teams had a remarkable season worth remembering. The men finished one game shy of making the KCAC Tournament and the ladies received a bid for the KCAC tournament. The men and women were both in action at home for the last time this season on Saturday the 13th against Ottawa University. Both teams put on a show and really made the home crowd proud. T ...

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eSports heads to Nationals

Tied for the number two spot in Group 11 of the Collegiate StarLeague conference, the Kansas Wesleyan eSports team headed into the match against University of Knoxville Tennessee with confidence on February 20, 2016. KWU took the gold lead at 4 minutes into the first game and kept that lead until the game ended. First kill went to Top Lane player Hayden Hornsby and the biggest killing spree went to Mid Lane ...

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Indoor Track ends season with new school records

On Friday, Feb. 12, Kansas Wesleyan took a small group of runners to Pittsburg State University for a last chance at qualifying at the KCAC National Championships. The Distance medley Relay team competed for their last race of their indoor season. The team consisted of Michael Sarafin, Garrett Young, Sebastian Ramirez, and Louis Edmiston. The relay team placed eighth with a time of 10:34, setting a new scho ...

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Kdub basketball preps for KCAC

With the 2016 basketball campaign rapidly coming to a close, both ladies and men look to make a late season push for the KCAC Tournament. The men are sitting at 7-19 and right in position to make a run for the tourney, while the ladies are 17-10 and playing to improve their seed in the KCAC Tournament at this point in the season. Both men and women were in action last week starting with a road game in Leave ...

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Well spent weekend at KCAC Indoor Track and Field championships

On Friday and Saturday, February 5 and 6, The Kansas Wesleyan Indoor Track team made a trip to Pittsburg, Kan. to compete in the KCAC Indoor Track and Field Championships. On day one of competition, Jori Mote started the day for the Coyotes, as she competed in the long jump with a jump of 4.31 meters. She then competed in the pole vault, finishing in fifth place with a height of 2.67 meters. Kenneth Wells a ...

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eSports starts the season 3-1

The head to head match against both unbeaten teams in the Collegiate Starleague took place on Saturday, January 30 at 2 pm. The Coyote eSports team lost 0-2 to Washington State University of Bothell in two nail-biters. The first game was close but KWU could not grasp a lead against Washington State. Bothell’s Jungler and AD Carry were the main impact players of both matches. During the first game their Jung ...

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