Pete Manely, exercise science department chair and certified athletic trainer (ATC) at Sterling College, has been named the President Elect of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Athletic Training Association. Manely is also the President of the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) Athletic Training Association.
Salina, Kan. – The 2011 KCAC Football Season started with a bang on Wednesday with the 2011 KCAC Media Day in Salina, Kansas. At Media Day, two different preseason polls, the KCAC Coaches’ Poll and the KCAC Media Poll, are voted on. Sterling College was picked to finish fifth by the KCAC Coaches and fourth by the KCAC Media.
Kansas City, Mo. – The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced the 2011 NAIA Baseball All-Americans, as selected by the NAIA-Baseball Coaches Association (BCA) All-America Selection Committee. Seventeen players were selected to each the First and Second Teams, while 36 other players were honorable mentions. Sterling College’s Andrew Archbold was named a Second Team All-American while Wesley Tramble was named an Honorable Mention All-American.
Wichita, Kan. – Five Sterling College Lady Warrior softball players earned All Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) Honors in the 2011 softball season that saw SC struggle with injuries. In 2011, the Lady Warriors finished eighth in the KCAC with a 4-12 conference record, 15-32 overall.
Wichita, Kan. – The 2011 Sterling College Lady Warrior softball team finished the season with an overall record of 15-32, 4-12 in the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference. In the KCAC Softball Championship Tournament, the Lady Warriors went 1-2, winning their first game before being eliminated with two straight losses.
Wichita, Kan. – Sterling College’s seniors Wes Tramble and Andrew Archbold brought home multiple Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) baseball awards to headline a total of eight Warriors earning honors from the conference.
Hutchinson, Kan. - Despite falling in the opening round, the third seed Tabor College knocked off the second seed Sterling College, 5-1, Thursday night to advance to the championship round of the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference postseason baseball tournament at Hobart-Detter Field.
Hutchinson, Kan. - Coyote head coach and KCAC Coach of the Year Mark Carvalho earned his 300th win, as top seeded Kansas Wesleyan University defeated second seeded Sterling College, 6-2, in game six of the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference postseason baseball tournament at Hobart-Detter Field on Thursday.
Hutchinson, Kan. - No. 2 seed Sterling College allowed seven runs in the final two innings, but held off No. 3 Tabor College to earn a 9-8 victory in game two of the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference baseball tournament at Hobart-Detter Field on Wednesday.
With the win, Sterling (29-22) advances into the semifinal round to play the winner of No. 1 seed Kansas Wesleyan University and No. 4 University of Saint Mary at 3 p.m. on Thursday. Tabor (42-13) drops into loser's bracket of the championship and will play No. 5 seed Ottawa University at 7 p.m. on Tuesday.
Sterling, Kan. – After winning three games out of four against Tabor College this past weekend, the Sterling College Warrior baseball team is preparing for the 2011 Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) Baseball Championship Tournament that begins on Tuesday at Hobart-Detter Field in Hutchinson, Kansas. Sterling will be the second seed in the tournament as the Warriors finished one game out of a regular season KCAC title behind Kansas Wesleyan University with a 20-8 KCAC record. In the first round of the tournament, SC will play Tabor, which will be their fifth straight game against the Bluejays, at 11:00 am on Wednesday morning.