Monthly Archives: January 2009

Pictures

Wednesday’s games http://www.dordt.edu/gallery2/main.php?g2_itemId=18753 http://www.dordt.edu/gallery2/main.php?g2_itemId=18666 Also, here’s a link from a Sioux City photographer and the games with Briar Cliff and Morningside. http://irish11.zenfolio.com/ The photographer’s name is Gene Knudsen.

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36 Hours…

have passed since the Wednesday night basketball games between Dordt and Northwestern. 36 hours. In all honesty it still stings if you’re a Dordt fan. Now I won’t go so far as to say my happiness is tied to whether … Continue reading

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It Struck Me Today

That I hadn’t written for a little while. Not because nothing has been happening, just hadn’t taken the time to do it. Basketball over the weekend. Tough, close loss for the Defender women on the road against Briar Cliff. Liz … Continue reading

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Haven’t we been here before?

That’s what I thought as I trudged out of the Rosen Verdoorn Sports Complex on Morningside’s campus Wednesday night. Two heartbreakers. That sums it up. Nothing more needs to be written. Rip my heart out, stomp on it, send me … Continue reading

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Saturday

is a distant thought but I’ll do my best to jog my sometimes failing memory. Women’s basketball? As good a game from start to finish as the Defenders have played this season. Controlled the tempo, played good, smart defense and … Continue reading

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Corn Palace

By far the most unique venue the Defender basketball teams play in on a regular basis is the Corn Palace in Mitchell, South Dakota. The Defenders earned a split in the building that is better suited for concerts and other … Continue reading

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So, you say……….

you want to be a basketball coach in the Great Plains Athletic Conference. Careful what you wish for. It’s an 18 game grinder, and, as the nationally ranked Concordia women and receiving votes Doane women found out, it’s no easy … Continue reading

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Witnessing History

Every now and again I get to witness history. The same is true for people in my profession who see milestones occur and have a hand in them. Received an e mail from Jacque Scoby, Sports Information Director at Northern … Continue reading

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A Split

The road is not always kind. The Defender men found that out on Saturday afternoon when they dropped a 68-61 decision to Nebraska Wesleyan in Lincoln. Didn’t get to the free throw line enough and allowed Wesleyan too many open … Continue reading

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The Winds of Change…………part II

Got back in the office this morning after the road trip to York, Nebraska and was made aware of the following article from the Lincoln Journal Start paper. York College to add cross country 1 comment(s) E-mail Story Print Story … Continue reading

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