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Woman basketball starts season off with victory

Kansas Wesleyan women’s basketball faced off against preseason 8-ranked College of the Ozarks, in Mabee Arena on Halloween night. In the beginning, Kansas Wesleyan created a big lead. The Ozarks managed to return strong, yet the Coyotes walked away with a 75-63 victory. "I was really excited to see this game. Our girls showed great poise and execution throughout the entire game." - Patrick Linton, Sophomore ...

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Coyote football beats Bethel: breaks school records

Amber Benning | The Advance Breaking two records in a single game, the Kansas Wesleyan Football team defeated Bethel College 63-28 to move them up to No. 14 in the NAIA top 25 poll. The Coyotes broke two of their own records, with 744 yards of a single game total offense, and Wesleyan’s receiver Albert Geason setting a new school record for single game receiving yards, with 230 yards.  “We played pretty eff ...

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Royals get Crowned

Nov. 1 will always be a significant date in the hearts of Kansas City Royals fans; the day their near thirty-year World Series drought finally came to an end. After defeating the New York Mets in five games, the Royals held their championship parade in Kansas City on Nov. 3. It was an event of enormous proportions in the hearts of Kansas City, Mo. The beloved city has a multitude of fans across the country, ...

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Royals make it to the World Series

Baseball season is slowly coming to an end and the two final teams battling it out for Baseball supremacy are the Kansas City Royals and the New York Mets. Both teams had difficult roads not only into the the playoffs, but all the way to the World Series. The Mets look to end a 30-year World Series drought with their last title coming in 1986. This year’s Mets team is headed by their pitching, which has a p ...

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Cross Country keeps the pace

On October 24, the KWU Cross Country team traveled to Cedar Rapids, Iowa to race in the Seminole Valley Stampede, at Seminole Valley Park. It was a cold afternoon as the Women were set to start their 5,000 meter race. The women coyotes were led and paced by Betzabeth Garcia, who finished 75th with a time of 20:56. She was then followed after by Chelsea Kostyak in 94th place with a time of 21:18, Kira Ruther ...

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Volleyball Sweeps the Swedes

In a 3-set match victory, the Kansas Wesleyan volleyball team defeated rival school Bethany College – 15-25, 10-25, 21-25 to hold a 2-0 record over the Swedes for the season. “We all pumped each other up in the locker room. Knowing we didn’t have too good of a hitting percentage last game, we just wanted to do a lot better this game,” senior middle hitter Sandrina Hallahan said. “With the huge crowd, we all ...

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Coyote Football: The Swedes go back to the weeds

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 production leading the team in both rushing and receiving yards. ...

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Florida looses title to Georgia Tech

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 in postgame interview. “We have to learn from that. We have to lea ...

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Men’s Basketball try their luck in scrimmage

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 for us, we want to see how we match up with other teams.” - Joey Long, senior With t ...

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eSports: Sports outside the court

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. E-sports is a relatively new term and certainly new to the collegiate sporting ...

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