If you can't make it to Sioux City, IA this week to see the Sterling College Lady Warrior basketball team play here are some great ways to follow the team from the seat of your own dorm room, home or office.
Sterling will open the up against Huntington College (IN) on Thursday at 12:00 p.m., at the Tyson Events Center Gateway Arena.
Sterling College junior, Zach Goodrich, was named the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference "Player of the Week" after helping lead the Warriors to big wins over McPherson College and Ottawa University last week.
The Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference released their All-KCAC Women's Basketball selections Monday night following the 2009-10 championship game at the Gleason Center on the Sterling College campus.
Sterling College's Cathryn Wiebe, Megan Patrick and Britany Gasper were name
As part of a renewed commitment to the Champions of Character program, sponsored by the NAIA, the KCAC has recognized six Sterling College, fall sport, student-athletes for their commitment to the five Champions of Character core values. These core values are Respect, Responsibility, Integrity, Sportsmanship, and Servant Leadership. The awards were given out on Saturday at half-time of the men's basketball game.
Sterling College sophomore Megan Patrick was named the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference "Player of the Week" after helping lead the Lady Warriors to wins over Friends University and #21 Kansas Wesleyan University last week.
Patrick, a 5'10 guard, averaged 28.5 ppg. and 4.5 rrg. in Sterling's two conference victories last week.
STERLING, Kan. - Sterling native Gabe Dierksen has signed to play football for the Sterling College Warriors in 2011. Dierksen, a 6-6, 274 pound offensive lineman, will transfer to Sterling College from Hutchinson Community College. Gabe is the son of Fred and Susan Dierksen who were both athletes at Sterling College. Fred played football for the Warriors while Susan was a three sport letter
Sioux City, Iowa - Britany Gasper starred in her final game as a Sterling College Lady Warrior, scoring 29 points in the 103-66 loss to top seeded Northwestern College (Iowa). Northwestern was on fire from the field in the game, shooting 0.576 from the field and 0.545 from the three point line. Five other Sterling seniors saw their careers end with the loss on Friday in Sioux City. Cami Racette, Madison
Point Lookout, MO - The Sterling College Warriors battled and nearly beat the Eagles of Oklahoma Wesleyan University in a two day marathon that spanned Thursday night and Friday morning. In the overtime game, OWU's Sadiel Rojas single handedly lead the Eagles to victory scoring 42 points and pulling down 23 rebounds in the 81-82 loss for Sterling. Zach Goodrich led the Warriors in his final game for Sterling College, scoring 19 points and pulling down three rebounds to cap off a phenomenal career.
Sioux City, Iowa - The Sterling College Lady Warriors advanced to the Sweet 16 round of the NAIA Women's Basketball Division II National Championship Tournament late Wednesday night with a 71-65 win over the Vikings from Valley City State at the Tyson Events Center in Sioux City, Iowa. Sterling overcame a poor three point shooting night and 24 turnovers to advance over a Viking team that gav
Sterling, Kan. - The Sterling College Warrior baseball team opened up the 2011 Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) regular season with three wins over the McPherson College Bulldogs, a first year baseball program. Sterling won one game on Friday in McPherson 3-0 and won two games in Sterling on Saturday 10-0 and 11-1. The two will face off in the fourth game of the home and home series today at 5:00 pm in McPherson.