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MIDLANDS COLLEGES
Former Nebraska basketball players Sadie Murren and Hannah Tvrdy found new homes. Murren will transfer to Wayne State for her final two seasons and Tvrdy will play for Colorado State.
SOFTBALL
Bellevue University posted a doubleheader sweep over in-state foe College of St. Mary on Wednesday in Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference action...
SOFTBALL
Iowa Western didn’t clinch the Iowa Community College Athletic Conference title when it split with Indian Hills on Wednesday. But it did move a...
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GOLF
Bruins put six in top 10, win eighth straight tournament
The Bellevue University women's golf team had six individuals in the top 10 as the Bruins captured their eighth-straight team title, winning the AIB College of Business Spring Invitational on Saturday.
SOFTBALL
Bellevue softball splits a pair
The Bellevue University softball team split a pair of games in the MCAC Crossover on Saturday, losing to Central Baptist 3-2 before besting Haskell Indian Nations 14-0 at Hall of Fame Fields.
SOFTBALL
Flames go 1-1 at Crossover
College of St. Mary won its opener at the MCAC Crossover on Saturday, beating Central Christian 12-5 before losing to Central Baptist 5-2 at Hall of Fame Fields.
FOOTBALL
Bearcats are still hungry for more
The Northwest Missouri State football team is coming off a 15-0 NCAA Division II national championship season. How do you top it? Will the Bearcats have the same hunger now that they have reached the pinnacle of success?
BASEBALL
Ballinger named Nebraska Wesleyan coach
Nebraska Wesleyan has named Scott Ballinger as its new baseball coach. He will replace Bill Fagler, who is retiring at the end of the 2014 season.
SOFTBALL
Bruins split at MCAC event
After losing in a pitchers duel in Friday’s MCAC Crossover, host Bellevue University won the nightcap in grand fashion.
BASEBALL
Bruins go on offense in sweep
Bellevue University blasted 35 hits and plated 32 runs to sweep Friday’s doubleheader against the University of Winnipeg.
GOLF
Vegas leads Bellevue men at Oklahoma Baptist Invite
The Bellevue University men’s golf team finished third Tuesday at the Oklahoma Baptist Spring Invitational.
SOFTBALL
Bruins split with Doane
The Bellevue University softball team split a doubleheader against Doane on Tuesday, dropping the opener 4-0 before bouncing back to win 5-4.
BASEBALL
Bellevue rally comes up short against Northwestern
The Bellevue University baseball team fell to Northwestern College 8-5 on Tuesday.
SOFTBALL
Flames split with York
The College of St. Mary softball split a doubleheader against York on Tuesday, losing 4-3 in the opener and winning the nightcap 9-1 in five innings.
MIDLANDS COLLEGES
Ducey: GPAC again shows strength in field events
Hastings College's Jennifer Maag is leading a dominant performance by Great Plains Athletic Conference athletes in the NAIA field events, especially the throws.
GOLF
Bruins win seventh straight title at Peru State tourney
The Bellevue University women’s golf team had four players finish in the top five individually to help the Bruins win the Peru State Spring Invitational
SOFTBALL
Bruins sweeps doubleheader with Waldorf College
The Bellevue University softball team swept its doubleheader with Waldorf College Monday, winning 11-3 and 1-0.
GOLF
Bruins men in third at Oklahoma tournament
The Bellevue University men’s golf team is in third place after the first round of the Oklahoma Baptist Invitational.
BASEBALL
Iowa Western rolls in second game for split
No. 15 Iowa Western couldn’t come up with a clutch hit in its series opener with Indian Hills Saturday. But it had no problem squaring up the ball during game two of the doubleheader.
SOFTBALL
Bellevue sweeps Flames
Bellevue University swept the College of St. Mary 2-0 and 14-1 Saturday.
TRACK AND FIELD
Hastings thrower is NAIA field athlete of the week
Hastings College’s Jennifer Maag has been named the NAIA national women’s outdoor field athlete of the week.
BASKETBALL
Ethan Montalvo commits to Texas State
North Platte Community College’s Ethan Montalvo has committed to play basketball for Texas State.
WRESTLING
Iowa Western to host national junior college championships
The NJCAA Wrestling National Championship is coming to Council Bluffs. Iowa Western was named host of the event from 2016 to 2018 Wednesday when the NJCAA released a list of its future championship sites.
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