Monthly Archives: October 2009

Briar Cliff-Dordt Football Preview

Written by Barry Poe of the Sioux City Journal.  Can be found here: http://www.siouxcityjournal.com/sports/college/article_b03ccfac-a283-5e23-b448-ab83b9c9c3db.html ################## Scenarios–Volleyball didn’t get help last night and enter today’s match with #3 ranked Northwestern in 4th place in the GPAC.  Doane beat Briar Cliff last … Continue reading

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Shooting For Par

Ashlee Stallinga, a junior here, has written a feature story about an athlete at Dordt on the golf team named Phil Feikema….For your reading enjoyment on a rainy Thursday morning: Phil Feikema started playing golf at six years old, when … Continue reading

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Du Mez By The Numbers

Just an update on Kate Du Mez’s soccer numbers. Very steadily the senior from Brookfield, Wisconsin has moved up the ranks in the all-time categories in women’s soccer at Dordt College. Du Mez has 45 career goals and 30 career … Continue reading

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Scenarios Part II

Here are the scenarios for playoffs in the three respective sports Dordt is involved in races in. Two of the three regular season titles have been decided with Hastings claiming the championship in men’s soccer, Northwestern in volleyball and Dakota … Continue reading

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A New Week

is on the horizon.  For some of our fall teams it was a great weekend while others have to regroup. The women’s soccer team earned a 2-0 win over Nebraska Wesleyan, a team that is content to play a defensive … Continue reading

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Wednesday Night Waiting….

Kids are in bed and I’m waiting for the soccer results to come in from the contests between Dordt and Sioux Falls. A few thoughts at the midpoint of the week. Volleyball went to Vermillion, South Dakota for a match … Continue reading

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Scenarios

With two weeks to go.  Top eight teams make the playoffs in women’s and men’s soccer (minus NCAA D III Nebraska Wesleyan) and all twelve NAIA volleyball teams in the GPAC  make the playoffs as well. Now, there’s too much … Continue reading

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Looking At the Weekend

A few surprises in the conference.  Beginning with football.  Much is being made of Sioux Falls’ win over North Dakota on the road.  I was equally surprised by Briar Cliff going on the road and handling Dakota Wesleyan. Just when … Continue reading

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Parent’s Weekend

A busy weekend is behind us and before we turn the page to a new week here’s a few thoughts from the weekend. Volleyball played as well as they have all year with a win over #19 Doane on Friday … Continue reading

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JV football, continued

After some digging here’s what I was able to find out about the JV game from Monday night. Thomas Blankenship hit  a field goal with 00:21 left in the first quarter to tie the game and Dordt took the lead … Continue reading

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