Sterling, Kan. - In football on Saturday night, the Sterling College Warriors defeated the Southwestern College Moundbuilders in a game that was closer than the 28-17 final score. The Warriors were able to overcome five turnovers and a big rushing game by Southwestern College's Michael Coppock to come out with the victory.
Sterling, Kan. - Sterling College won their second game of the season on Saturday afternoon over the Bobcats from Peru State College (Neb.). In the game at Smisor Stadium, the Warriors used a late fourth quarter touchdown to take the victory 17-10.
Kansas City, Mo. - The National Association for Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced their second regular season Football Coaches' Top 25 Poll on Monday. The Warriors were ranked 25th in the poll coming off of two straight victories to start the season. Sterling College enters the NAIA Football Coaches' Top 25 Poll for the first time since September 21, 2009.
Ottawa, Kan. - The Ottawa University Braves defeated the Sterling College Warriors in an epic battle in Ottawa, Kansas by a score of 34-39. The Warriors were unable to get a crucial first down in the fourth quarter that allowed the Braves to have the ball with enough time remaining to engineer a game-winning fourth quarter drive.
Sterling, Kan. - Friends University defeated Sterling College in Sterling on Saturday afternoon. The Falcons used a mirrored 228 yards on both the ground and in the air for a total of 456 yards to beat the Warriors 20-13.
Hillsboro, Kan. - The Sterling College Warrior Football Team triumphed over the Tabor College Bluejays this afternoon in Hillsboro, Kansas. Sterling accrued 390 yards of total offense and forced five turnovers on their way to a 33-14 victory. After dropping three straight games, the win could breathe some late season life into the Warriors.
Sterling, Kan. - Kansas Wesleyan's Travis Hunter attempted to extend the final play at the end of the fourth quarter and did not stop the clock before time expired, preventing kicker Jesus Ochoa from kicking the game winning field goal. The Sterling College Warrior Football Team held on to upset the 18th ranked Coyotes 22-21. Special Forces (Teams) for the Warriors played a big role as SC blocked both a punt and an extra point on their way to a victory.
Sterling, Kan. - With a 26-7 victory over the Bethany College Swedes, the Sterling College Warrior football team strenghted their position in the top half of the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) standings by improving to 4-3 in KCAC play. Sterling used tough defense and a surprising 364 yards of total offense to defeat the Swedes at Smisor Stadium in Sterling.