Monthly Archives: January 2011

Wednesday….No Game Today

Had a lot of time to think on the way home on Saturday night. There’s only so much work I can do in a bus seat and this body wasn’t made for sleeping on the road (unless I want to … Continue reading

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A Long Ride Home

And not just because the women’s team lost on a buzzer beater today.  Freezing rain, and lots of it have impeded our progress home about as much as the Hastings womens defense impeded Amber Soodsma this afternoon.  Creeping along I-80 … Continue reading

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A Little Video

Stumbled across this from earlier in the week.  Video from a softball recruit signee Sidney Larsen  http://www.blackhillsfox.com/2011/01/19/Larsen-to-play-softball-at-Dordt-College Hey, anything that gets us thinking about warmer weather right now is alright with me! #### Baseball, softball and golf schedules have been … Continue reading

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Recruit Featured

In the Sioux City Journal this morning was Dordt College basketball recruit Tyler Wolterstorff.  Has helped Western Christian to the #1 ranking in Class 2A basketball with his play. Here’s the link to the article               http://www.siouxcityjournal.com/sports/high-school/basketball/article_249d1b3c-1fea-5de5-901c-0ed4ae1feaf4.html ########## Blinded by Rainbows–The … Continue reading

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Stats

Statistics.  You can spend hours breaking them down in athletics.  At our disposal, in this office, are  multitude of stat reports for teams along with GPAC and NAIA national reports.  I always wonder how much credence to give them.  Early … Continue reading

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That’s a New One

Hockey fans, you’re going to be disappointed.  Blades were scheduled to play two games this weekend with Mesa State and Air Force Academy.  Well, those games were canceled because neither team is officially a member of the ACHA at this … Continue reading

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It’s a Sweep

And let me tell you, sweeps on the road in this conference are rare, so you enjoy them, at least you try. A late start in Seward, Nebraska on Saturday evening/night with the Bulldogs hosting the Defenders.  Turns out the … Continue reading

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The Collapse

of the Metrodome has officially affected Dordt College  with its two doubleheaders getting canceled.  Defender coach Jeff Schouten is now looking for games to replace those four contests.  Makes me wonder what the future of the Metrodome is. Women’s basketball … Continue reading

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