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Coyotes start season off strong

It was a big weekend in Coyote Basketball as both teams fight for position before the KCAC tournament. The season is coming to an end soon, and both teams want to grab some momentum before post-season play. The ladies took the court first, feeling red hot after a double overtime victory over McPherson College on Wednesday, and look to continue their good play facing off against Sterling College this Saturda ...

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Indoor track sets records

On Saturday January 30, the Kansas Wesleyan Indoor Track team made their way to Neb., to compete at the Concordia Classic at Bulldog Fieldhouse. It was a day full of new seasonal personal bests. The meet started out with Dominic Dillingham, a freshman coyote, jumping a distance of 5.52 in the long jump. He also competed in the men’s 400 meter run with a finishing time of 57 seconds. Asiria Ramirez, competed ...

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Indoor track takes victory in Missouri

On January 22 and the 23, the Kansas Wesleyan Indoor track team traveled to Joplin, Miss. to compete at the Missouri Southern Invitational. The first day of the meet, the women’s Distance Medley Relay team started off the meet for the coyotes and finished with a time of 14:19. The men’s team had a team A and team B compete against each other in the distance medley relay, along with other teams. Team A finis ...

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KWU nearly topples Tabor

The sea of red was in full force last week to support the Coyote basketball team's face-off against Tabor University this past Wednesday in Mabee Arena. The match-up was highly anticipated, and made for some great basketball. The women took to the court the first and started off slowly, finding themselves in a bit of a hole in the closing stretch of the game. The ladies played tremendous defense, which kept ...

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eSports OTW to #1

­­ The newly formed eSports team is off to a winning start during its first competitive season in 2016. The team is part of the Collegiate Star League and is tied for first in their Division 3 group 11 after dominating their first three matches of the year. The eSports team competes in League of Legends, which is a computer based, team oriented strategy game. It’s like capture the flag with obstacles. Teams ...

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Dance team mixes it up

The KWU dance team is small, and full of new faces, but they are definitely ready to go out and wow the crowed. This year, between their competition pieces and their half time performances, they are planning on mixing many different genres of dance in order to make something that can please and entertain all that watch. They are working hard every morning to put together the best pieces they can to hopefull ...

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Semicentennial Playoffs

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 constantly come into the conversation. In the AFC, two of the mo ...

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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

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 meters, but that didn’t stop him from leading on the Coyotes and finish ...

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