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Semicentennial Playoffs

[media-credit id=3 align="alignleft" width="167"][/media-credit] With the NFL season coming to a close, four teams remain in what will make an exciting match-up for the 50th Anniversary of the Super Bowl. To the most die hard football fans, this season has not disappointed, with close calls, spectacular plays, and heart racing moments. When you think of the best Quarterbacks to ever play the game, two names ...

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Coyotes crush the closing

On Saturday January 16, Kansas Wesleyan headed into their second Indoor track meet at the Scott Nisely Memorial Classic in Nebraska. Asiria Ramirez started off the meet for the Coyotes in women’s mile run. She finished for a time of 6:15. Gregor Vasquez then came on to compete in the men’s mile run with a time of 5:00. Ashlynn Bradicich competed in the women’s 200 meter dash and finished with a time of 29.7 ...

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Ballers leave all on the court

This weekend was packed full of action with both men’s and women’s basketball taking the court. Both teams put on a show in some terrific skill in their respective games and look to make a push for a KCAC Championship. The action started on Neon Thursday as both the teams took on Friends University. The women opened play with a hard fought game. Giving up some points early in the game put them in a tough sp ...

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Cross Country runs into NAIA nationals

[media-credit id=3 align="alignnone" width="1024"][/media-credit] On Sunday, Nov. 22, the Kansas Wesleyan Men’s Cross Country team traveled to North Carolina to compete in the NAIA Cross Country National Championship, their first appearance since 1992.  Only the top seven runners from each team competed in the event. The race started with Gregory Vasquez getting tripped up within the first one hundred meter ...

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KWU football travels to Oregon

[media-credit id=10 align="aligncenter" width="1024"][/media-credit] On the weekend of the 21st, the Kansas Wesleyan Coyote football team and some devoted parents and fans got to be a part of the experience of a life time. “When we found out we were going to Oregon everyone was overly excited. It was not what we were expecting and it put us into a slight shock, but we knew we had a job to do.” - Sophomore Q ...

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Men’s soccer falls to Ottawa

The Kansas Wesleyan University men’s soccer team’s season came to an end in the KCAC tournament falling to Ottawa in the quarterfinal game. The Coyotes were able to draw the Braves 0-0 but lost in a 4-2 shootout advancing Ottawa to the KCAC semifinals. The men’s soccer team finished their season with a 9-8-2 overall record and a 6-3-1 conference record defeating rival schools like Bethany College and Sterli ...

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Lady Soccer gives it their all at nationals

The Kansas Wesleyan University  women’s soccer team have had an incredible season. Taking home the KCAC Championship, the ladies were riding a huge wave of momentum into the opening round of the NAIA National Tournament. The ladies completely dominated the KCAC Tournament in mid-November. Their first game was played on November 12th, where they defeated the Ottawa Braves 1-0 to advance to the championship g ...

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The journey so far: Coyote football

They say Rome wasn’t built in a day, but for Kansas Wesleyan’s football program the foundation for their empire has been set out, and the first bricks have been placed. Matt Drinkall took a head coaching job at a school with an empty cabinet, and few crops growing in the garden. The first year head coach planted seeds, using an immature, undersized team to begin his career in Salina. Following the 2-9 openi ...

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Men’s Basketball starts off season.

The Kansas Wesleyan Men's basketball team has started slow, as a team still struggling to figure out each other with all the new editions this year. In the last two games, the Coyotes came up short to their opponents. While playing the number 20 team in the nation, Tabor, they stayed in the game and put up a fight. Our Men’s tailed by 15 with 17 minutes left to go in the game. But our Coyotes sparked a 10-0 ...

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Coyote football flying into nationals

The season finale for Kansas Wesleyan's football program was played on Saturday, where the Coyotes defeated University of Saint Mary 48-20 at Graves Family Sports Complex. This capped an amazing season for the team giving them their tenth win on the season, a mark that has never been reached by any Coyote team in the past. [media-credit name="KWU Wire Services" align="alignleft" width="391"][/media-credit] ...

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