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“Are you guys still in season?” Is a question that Tabetha Deines (JR/Salina, Kansas) hears all too often. A majority of sports typically only range for one season out of the whole school year. And while that might be true for Deines, she competes in what could be considered a three in one sport. Deines […]

By now, most people have heard of how a student is dealing with the troubles that corona virus has brought; but it seems like no one ever talks about it from a coach’s point of view. It is true that players must balance both school and their respective sport, it can be very demanding physically […]

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The spring season of athletics has officially started at Kansas Wesleyan University. Along with sports returning comes a new sport to campus: women’s flag football. Last year, the NAIA announced that, thanks to a partnership with the NFL, women’s flag football would be a collegiate sport for the first time for NAIA schools. Kansas Wesleyan […]

The start of the 2020-2021 school year had many question marks come along with it. Covid had omitted almost all fall sports and forced them to continue their seasons in the spring. This small change made a huge impact. It seemed like a good short term solution to a major problem. This decision did help, […]

Saturday, March 6, the Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes football program dominated the Sterling Warriors 69-14. This is a historical event is important because it was the first time ever that regular season football games were played in the spring, It was an exciting and unique experience to witness. It was not a typical Saturday night in […]

Indoor Track and Field Conference was finally underway, and as confident as Tabetha Deines (JR/Salina, Kansas) was feeling going into her first meet day, there was also a sense of unsureness. There would only be a one event difference in comparison to her conference meet from last season, but this year would mean more intensity. […]

This spring semester, there will be over 20 sports competing for Kansas Wesleyan. That includes many sports from the fall and winter that had to be pushed into this semester. This has thrown off many people and even caused a lot of work for the athletic trainers as they have to make sure all their […]

When you actually think about it what makes you move from a community college to a university is their background history? Is it their beautiful environment they have around the school? It might even be buildings they have or it can be as well how the professors care about their students and try their best […]

While there are many obvious aspects of the precautions being taken on college campuses nationwide to keep student-athletes safe from COVID-19, one of them has more of an impact on some players than all the others.  For KWU Communications Major, and Soccer player Tyler Goodwin, it’s the absence of the traditional cheers coming from the […]


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