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Cross country heads to news goals

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 a chilly morning as the men began their 8k race. Once again, the men ...

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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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Football greets new stadium with Homecoming win

The Kansas Wesleyan University football team opened the Graves Family Sports Complex with a homecoming victory continuing their winning streak. The undefeated Coyotes beat McPherson College 48-7 on Oct. 3 for their fifth victory of the season. “It’s a veteran group now, that are focused and eyes on the prize. We are locked in and ready to go.”- Head Coach Matt Drinkall Kansas Wesleyan set the tone of the ga ...

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Coyotes cross country moves up in the pack

Before the start of the season, Kansas Wesleyan's Cross Country men's team were ranked second in conference for the NAIA pre-season polls. Up to this week, they’re still ranked 2 in their conference, under Saint Mary. The Coyotes have only raced in two meets, taking second place in the Baker Maple Leaf Invitational, and taking first place at Missouri Southern Stampeded. The effort and progress of the KWU me ...

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Heard from a little Birdie that KWU golf is doing great!

On Monday and Tuesday, the Kansas Wesleyan men’s and women’s golf teams competed at the Salina Municipal Golf Course for the KWU Invitational. Numerous teams from around the Midwest competed in the tournament where Park University took first place on the women’s side and Barton Community College won it on the men’s side. For Kansas Wesleyan, the women took second place with a two-day team score of 689. Palm ...

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Coyotes still on top, Warriors face defeat

With last week's victory over Sterling College, the Coyote’s open the season with a 3-0 record for the first time since 2010. Along with this, feet, they are ranked in the Top 25 for the first time since 2012. The game opened well for the Coyotes, scoring twice in the first quarter. Their first drive was capped off with a 27 yard touchdown pass from Jake Curran to Kelly Cordova midway through the 1st quarte ...

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