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.
Sterling, Kan. – After a 2-2 split with Kansas Wesleyan University last week, the Sterling College Warrior baseball team is tied atop the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) with Tabor College. In the series with Kansas Wesleyan, each team won a game on the road and a game at home. Currently, the Warriors are 19-5 in the conference, 27-19 overall with four games left to play in the regular season. Final seeding for the Warriors in the 2011 KCAC Baseball Championship Tournament at Hobart-Detter Field in Hutchinson, Kansas on May 3-6 will be determined this week as Sterling will play a four game series against Tabor on Friday and Saturday.
Sterling, Kan. – The struggles continued last week for the Sterling College Lady Warrior softball team, as SC dropped all four games in the week to KCAC opponents, building their current losing streak to nine games. In the early part of the week, Sterling played a double header against Kansas Wesleyan University and lost 5-9 and 6-8. Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) leading Bethany College traveled to Sterling for the second conference series of the week for Sterling. The Lady Warriors dropped both games to the Swedes 1-8 and 5-10. With one week left in the KCAC regular season, Sterling is tied for seventh with a 4-10 conference record, 14-28 overall.
Park City, Kan. - The Sterling College Lady Warriors fell short in the 2011 Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) Basketball Tournament Championship, losing to the Kansas Wesleyan University Lady Coyotes 59-74. The plethora of inju