STERLING, Kan. – Head Football Coach Andy Lambert announced today that the Warriors have hired Chase Hansen as an assistant football coach and Co-Offensive Coordinator. Hansen will begin his new duties immediately.
Wichita, Kan. – The Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference announced this afternoon that Sterling safety Brock Frank was named the KCAC Special Teams Player of the Week. Frank earned Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance during the Warriors 35 to 10 victory over Bethel College. The 6-0, 175 pound senior returned two punts for 94 yards. Frank's longest return was for 81 yards and a touchdown. The victory over Bethel puts the Warriors at 4 and 1 in the KCAC, 4 and 3 overall.
Liberty, MO – The Sterling College Warriors got off to a good start against the William Jewell College Cardinals on Saturday evening, forcing a turnover on each of Jewell’s first two drives. Sterling was able to convert those two turnovers into six points off of two Doug Dunn field goals before William Jewell would score 33 unanswered points to win 33-6.
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.
Salina, Kan. – A 46 yard field goal by Kansas Wesleyan’s Terry Stecker as time expired gave the Coyotes a 24-21 victory over the Sterling College Warriors on Saturday night in Salina. KWU was able to put up 458 yards of total offense on the Sterling defense while keeping Sterling to 250 yards of offense. Sterling had quite a few miscues, giving up 127 yards on 13 penalties while turning over the ball over once.
Sterling, Kan. – Special Teams played a major role in Sterling College’s 24-8 victory over Tabor College on Saturday night at Smisor Stadium in Sterling, Kansas. The Warriors generated 10 points directly from the Special Teams. Mike Talton scored the first touchdown of the game on a 54 yard punt return and Doug Dunn put in a field goal on a possession gained in the red zone by a blocked punt. The victory improved SC’s record to 1-2, 1-0 in the KCAC.
Sterling, Kan. – At Smisor Stadium on Saturday night, the Sterling College Warrior defense would force six interceptions by the Benedictine College Ravens, but would not be able to put together any offensive drives. BC's two scoring drives would be enough to give the Ravens a 14-0 win over SC.
Six separate Warriors would pick off BC quarterback Bill Noonan. Mike Talton, Brian Noller, Sean Metsdagh, Cory Dunbar, Tate Arnold, and Andrew Fajardo would all have a pick in the game.
Salina, Kan. – Former Sterling College football player and current SC senior David Wray IV will play in the fifth annual Victory Sports Network (VSN) Senior Classic in Salina, Kansas on Saturday April 30 at Salina Stadium. Kickoff is scheduled for 12:00 pm. The game will feature the Americans facing off against the Nationals. Wray, along with 23 other former KCAC players, will be on the Nationals squad as a running back wearing number seven.
Sterling, Kan. - Former Sterling College football players held a reunion at the Grand Prairie Hotel and Convention Center in Hutchinson, Kansas from July 15 through July 17. Players came in from all over the country to reconnect and reminisce about old times playing at Sterling College.