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Lloyd, Halpen named Queen’s Varsity Clubs Athletes of the Year at 2021-22 Colour Awards
KINGSTON, Ont. (May 19, 2022) – Annie Lloyd and Matt Halpen were named the Marion Ross Trophy and Jack Jarvis Trophy recipients as Queen’s Varsity Clubs Athletes of the Year for the 2021-22 season during the 86th annual Colour Awards, which were held virtually from May 17-19.
Paving his own way, Hunter Sheppard has become one of Oklahoma’s top prep sports reporters
Covering sports at any level can be difficult. For Hunter Sheppard, it is a dream job that he will continue to do for the foreseeable future.
States hands off when it comes to NCAA, athlete compensation
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The NCAA waited nearly a year to issue a warning that there are still rules to follow now that college athletes can earn money off their fame, sparking speculation that a crackdown could be coming for schools and boosters that break them. But the NCAA isn’t the only enforcement organization that […]
Braves Repeat As Champions, Defeat Thomas 24-20
ATLANTA, Ga. – The Ottawa University women’s flag football team are national champions once again. The Braves captured their second straight NAIA Invitational National Championship on Saturday afternoon with a 24-20 victory over Thomas University at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
[Women’s Flag Football] Spires Rally To Get to Championship, but Fall to KWU
Atlanta, Ga.- The University of Saint Mary Women’s Flag Football team traveled to Atlanta, Georgia, to compete in the NAIA Flag Football Championships that started on Thursday. The team would go 3-2 overall, losing to Kansas Wesleyan in the Silver Bracket Championship game Saturday morning.
Sports programs under the Prescott Valley Parks & Recreation
Sports programs of our town are under the aegis of its Park and Recreation Department, headquartered on the third floor of 7501 E. Skoog Boulevard in Prescott Valley.
Braves and Night Hawks Play in NAIA Invitational Championship Game
Ottawa earned its 10th straight victory with a 26-21 win over Keiser University on Friday afternoon in the NAIA Invitational National Championship.
Braves Down Keiser, Will Play Thomas in NAIA National Championship Game
ATLANTA, Ga. – The Ottawa University women’s flag football team will play in its second straight NAIA Invitational National Championship on Saturday after defeating Keiser University 26-21 on Saturday afternoon. The Braves won its second straight game over the Seahawks at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in the semifinals.
Braves Wait for Their Semifinal Match Up
The Braves increased its winning streak to nine games after defeating Florida Memorial University 34-7 in game one and St. Thomas University, 19-7, in game two at the NAIA Invitational National Tournament on Thursday afternoon at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The two victories move the Braves on to the Gold Bracket. OU will play the winner of the game between Keiser University…
Braves Move On to the Gold Bracket at the NAIA Invitational Championship
ATLANTA, Ga. – The Ottawa University women’s flag football team earned its eighth and ninth straight victories on Thursday afternoon at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Ottawa defeated Florida Memorial University 34-7 in game one and then rallied to take a 19-7 victory over St. Thomas University in game two.
USM’s winningest coach, Scott Berry leads Golden Eagles to CUSA title
Being a coach at the collegiate level takes perseverance. That’s exactly what Southern Mississippi baseball…
With move to USC, Jordan Addison joins top 10 WR transfers in college football history
With his announced transfer to USC, Jordan Addison joins elite company as one of the…
Ole Miss commit Grayson Saunier living in the moment as MLB Draft looms
Grayson Saunier wasn’t sure if he had a future in baseball until his fastball shot…
Lakota East’s Austin Siereveld passes up Alabama, ND for home state Buckeyes
Austin Siereveld is one of the most talented players in Ohio’s 2023 class and has…
Marquette commit Zaide Lowery quickly emerging as one of top talents in Missouri
Zaide Lowery didn’t begin playing basketball seriously until eighth grade, but he became a state…