Monthly Archives: April 2009

Filling in the gaps

What’s been taking up our days as of late?  Recruit signings and preparing for the end of the school year. Track runs at the GPAC Championship on Saturday, May 2 starting at noon.  Will wrap up late–probably around 8:30 or … Continue reading

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Drake Relays

The Dordt women’s 4 x 800 relay team ran a strong race at the Drake Relays on Saturday to qualify for the NAIA National Meet. The foursome of Janice Brouwer, Tami Wieringa, Michelle Steiger and Sierra Zomer raced the eight … Continue reading

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Understatement

“I think we got  a good one,” is what Dordt baseball coach Jeff Schouten sat in my office and told me about an incoming recruit.  “Dillon Peters.  Throws right bats left.  Pretty good hitter.” Well, four years later Dillon leaves … Continue reading

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A quick run through

of the baseball and softball records show that a few baseball records are in jeapordy while softball records appear safe.  On the softball side Amber Soodsma and Dorinda Hibma are threatening to move into the stolen base top-list and that’s … Continue reading

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Going Low and a One Hitter

Two notable individual performances on Tuesday for Dordt athletics. Senior Jared Rempel went low at the Landsmeer Golf Club with a 67 to claim medalist honors in a meet hosted by Northwestern.  Keep in mind they play from the back … Continue reading

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Sioux City Relays

Are history again.  The premiere Northwest Iowa track meet for quantity and quality ran it’s course again this weekend.  Several good finishes by the Defenders.  Highlights included Josh De Jong taking the triple jump on the men’s side and Josiah … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a Streak

Softball team won a pair tonight over Sioux Falls.  Dangerous team, this Sioux Falls squad.  Split with Briar Cliff last night and played Dana to a pair of one run games not that long ago.  Defenders spotted the Cougars one … Continue reading

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It takes alot of crumbs to make a loaf of bread.

Huh?? you ask.  Profound I know.   Indulge me.  Hear me out. Baseball played Nebraska Wesleyan this afternoon in GPAC action.  Lost game one 7-0 and won game two 3-2. The 3-2 win is what I’d like to concentrate on.  The … Continue reading

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Scorching Hot

That’s Sarah Seymour at the plate right now.  Had a pair of doubleheaders that softball and baseball players dream about.  A perfect 7-7 at the plate against Northwestern and then 4-8 against Dakota State.  That’s a combined .733 batting average … Continue reading

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More Changes

Softball is in Sioux City today playing Dakota State. Games were moved because of snow on the field in Sioux Center and wet conditions.  Baseball has moved their games from Sioux Center on Thursday to Mount Marty for a 11:00 … Continue reading

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