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Lady Warriors Down Dallas Christian Again

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September 4, 2010

Sterling, Kan. - The Lady Warriors of Sterling College defeated the Crusaders of Dallas Christian College for the second time in as many days three sets to none. Sterling is now 2-1 on the season and will face Oklahoma Wesleyan University in the final match of the Sterling Invitational this afternoon around 3:00.

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Lady Warriors Win Tight Contest

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September 4, 2010

Sterling, Kan. - The Lady Warriors escaped the final game of the Sterling Invitational with a victory in five sets over Oklahoma Wesleyan. With the five set win, the Warriors are 3-1 overall and have a good start to the season.

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Lady Warriors Defeat Dallas Christian in Season Opener

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September 3, 2010

Sterling, Kan. - The Sterling College Lady Warriors opened the 2010 Volleyball Season on Friday evening in a Sterling Invitational match against Dallas Christian College. The match was the first collegiate coaching competition for new Sterling College Head Coach John Harding. In his first career match, Sterling College defeated the Crusaders three sets to none.

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Volleyball Falls to McPherson

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September 3, 2010

Sterling, Kan. - In their second match of the Sterling Invitational, Sterling College fell to McPherson College in three straight sets.

Adriana Gonzalez had seventeen assists in the match and Sara Steria added ten digs.

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John Harding named Head Volleyball Coach

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April 29, 2010

Sterling College Athletic Director Andy Lambert announces today the hiring of John Harding as head volleyball coach for the Lady Warriors.

Harding comes to Sterling College from Cordova High School in Cordova, Alaska, where he has led the Wolverines for nine seasons. Under his leadership the team went to the Alaska State Championships eight times; finishing as champions in 2005,