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Coyote Football: The Swedes go back to the weeds

[media-credit id=3 align="alignleft" width="657"][/media-credit] Rivalry week came to an expected end as the Coyotes demolished Bethany 52-14. Coming off of last week's defeat, the Coyotes came out on a mission to destroy anything in their path. The offense exploded out the gates this week racking up over 500 total yards and scoring eight times. Kelly Cordova accounted for a massive amount of the offensive ...

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Florida looses title to Georgia Tech

[media-credit id=3 align="alignleft" width="431"][/media-credit] The game of the weekend in the college football world came to play when Florida State University’s attempt for a field goal was blocked by Georgia Tech and ran back for a touchdown to beat the undefeated Seminoles 22-16. “In football anything can happen and as a coach you have to go through that,” Florida State’s Head Coach Jimbo Fisher said i ...

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Men’s Basketball try their luck in scrimmage

[media-credit name="KWU Wire Service" align="alignleft" width="870"][/media-credit] The Kansas Wesleyan Men’s Basketball team tested their skills in a series of three scrimmages in order to prepare for the season ahead. Before the first game, against Colby. “With Dylan Hidalgo and I being seniors, we are very blessed with the group of guys we have this year. Honestly I believe that this game will be a test ...

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eSports: Sports outside the court

[media-credit name="KWU eSports" align="alignleft" width="369"][/media-credit] When people talk about college athletics a few different mental scenarios come to mind. Some people picture a quarterback throwing a winning catch, others a tall forward dunking the ball in the last few seconds of the basketball game. One new scenario, and sporting event, has begun to make its way into campuses across the nation. ...

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Cross country heads to news goals

[media-credit id=3 align="aligncenter" width="1024"][/media-credit] On Saturday, Oct. 3, the KWU Cross Country team traveled to Fayetteville, Ark. to run at the Chili Pepper Festival. The meet was hosted by the University of Arkansas. Heading into the race, Coach Brent Bailey told his team that he wasn't concerned about place, but wanted to see a fast team average on both the women's and men's team. It was ...

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Latenight Basketball

Homecoming weekend began at Kansas Wesleyan University with this year's Midnight Madness event, where both men's and women's basketball showcased their talents to the school on Friday night. Highlights from the night came from both the Dunk and Layup Competition, and Skills Contest. Similar to the NBA All-Star Showcase, the competition started with a simple lay-up, progressing further from the basket, ultim ...

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Facility Softball ends in historic victory

On Tuesday night, Kansas Wesleyan's softball team took on KWU's faculty in a game of slow pitch. The two teams competed for the possession of the Presidents Cup, a traveling trophy. The staff scored first, scoring 2 in the second inning, while scoring each subsequent inning. While KWU's softball team scored in return, they ultimately fell one run short of winning the cup. With a final score of 5-4, this mar ...

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Alumni football returns to test the coyotes

On Saturday, before the main event football game, there was one that shared just as much heart. On the practice field at 10 am, Alumni from over the years came together to show that they still had a little something left to give. Two separate half-field flag football games were played, with the Alumni displaying their passion for the game and companionship. “It was an amazing experience to be able to catch ...

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Mens Soccer beats the swedes!

The Kansas Wesleyan men’s Soccer won their match this homecoming weekend against the Bethany Swedes in a 2-1 game. Wesleyan's first goal was scored by Jesse Lennon in the eighth minute. With the Coyotes having the lead, the Swedes came back and scored the equalizer to tie the game up. The Coyotes had plenty of opportunities to extend the lead while the game was going on. They controlled the game throughout ...

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Volleyball Comes Back to Win for Homecoming

With an intense comeback, the Kansas Wesleyan University volleyball team beat Sterling College on October 2 in a five set victory – 18-25, 25-18, 26-24, 23-25, 12-15. The Coyotes were down 2-1 and came back to win the fourth and fifth set defeating the Warriors. “Any conference win is an awesome win and I’m glad they pulled it out. The girls they did amazing.” - Assistant Coach Jessica Lovejoy The Coyotes p ...

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