Typically, after a double-header of losses to open a season, there would be a cause for concern from players, coaches, and fans alike. However, for the KWU Men’s and Women’s Soccer teams, there are several reasons to remain positive after a less-than-ideal opening night. The men’s and women’s teams both fell to the University of […]

After an impressive ending to last season, the Kansas Wesleyan Men’s Golf team looks to pick right back up where they left off at the end of last Spring, where they competed at the national championship and finished in 16th place. In an effort to continue making improvements to maximize their chances of making another […]

     This week has been a great week for Kansas Wesleyan University, classes are starting to flow more fluently and things are starting to kick up for football and volleyball. This week our football team has taken on Sterling College and a out of division school. “I’m confident about our team this year, I […]

   To start off the 2021-22 Men’s Basketball season we begin the year with 20 freshmen, 4 transfers, and 15 returners. This isn’t your ideal basketball team but nothing comes easy in life so we are ready to work. “We all have one goal in common, we all want to get a championship under our belt” […]

Nicole Joplin – Sophomore, Major is Nursing, hometown is Brownfield, Texas. Nicole Joplin got injured the first week of school and has been out on the sidelines ever since. Here is her side of what it’s like to be on the sidelines. Joplin said “I injured my left elbow as i was doing my second […]

Welcome back Coyotes it’s a new year new semester and some things still haven’t changed, while other things have. It’s still 2021 and covid is still around and affecting our lives still more than we know it. Even if we won’t want to open up our eyes and realize it. Although Covid is still around […]

“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 […]

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 […]

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