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SIOUX CENTER, Iowa – Dordt University used an early second-half surge to take command and went on to hand Briar Cliff an 86-69 Great Plains Athletic Conference men’s basketball setback here Tuesday night.

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Midland University’s women’s basketball team continued its winning ways, pushing their streak to three-straight with a 75-49 win over Mount Marty University in Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) action on Tuesday night.

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The Warriors were held to their lowest scoring output in the last six years in a 63-49 loss to Mount Marty Tuesday night on the road.

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The Midland team swept all three of the GPAC weekly awards with Taliyah Flores, Hope Leimbach, and Jaisa Russell each being highlighted.

The Hastings College football team is in a rut. The Broncos just can’t seem to get all three phases to compete at a high level at the same time, as their losing streak reached four straight games with a loss on Saturday.

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SEWARD — Coming off a five-set victory over Midland, the Hastings College volleyball team was hoping to start a little win streak after winning two straight matches. But the Broncos ran into a tough Concordia University team.

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SEWARD — With just over 7 minutes remaining in Saturday’s games, the Hastings College football team was in good position to leave Seward with a solid road victory over Concordia. The Broncos were up 21-14, with the defense playing well to that point and the offense moving the ball effectively.

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Hastings College unveiled its 2020 version of Bronco football Saturday, and the socially-distanced home crowd liked what they witnessed.

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Going into Wednesday’s match, first-year women’s soccer head coach Jade Ovendale was curious to how well the Hastings College defense would play. But those questions were answered after the Broncos’ 3-0 shutout of Kansas Wesleyan in the season opener.

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The Nebraska School Activities Association announced Monday that it will suspend activity practices and competitions due to the concern for public health amid the outbreak of the novel corona virus disease, or COVID-19.

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The Hastings College baseball team went into the weekend winning two of 11 games in the young spring season. So when the Broncos won both of Saturday’s contests against a tough Mayville State squad, they were anxious for the chance to win their first series of the year by winning one of two …

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PARK CITY, Kan. — After not having any athletes qualify for the national meet last season, the Hastings College wrestling team sent two grapplers to the NAIA National Championships on Friday. HC 141-pounder Edrich Nortje and 157-pounder Taygen Smith both qualified for the tournament, but bot…

SEWARD — Entering Tuesday night’s Great Plains Athletic Conference tournament championship, Hastings College and Concordia had split their two regular season meetings, and played about as even as opponents can.

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In their final home game, the Hastings College women’s basketball team put championship-style defense on display.

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Chelsey Morten was a four-year player, and three-year starter with the Hastings College women’s basketball program, including on a team that advanced all the way to the NAIA final four.

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This story reporting on the Hastings College football game from Saturday was inadvertently omitted from Monday’s edition of the Tribune. Here is the story in full.

For the struggling Hastings College baseball team, game one of Monday’s doubleheader should have been a glimpse of hope.

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Hastings College volleyball coach Matt Buttermore is stepping down after accepting the coaching job at the University of Nebraska at Omaha.

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The Hastings College and Jamestown University baseball teams had been trending in different directions heading into Sunday’s doubleheader between the two schools. The Broncos had won two of their previous 10 games while the Jimmies have won eight of their last 10.

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SIOUX CITY — A rematch between two top 25 teams started off the nightcap of day two of the NAIA national tournament with third-seeded Hastings College taking on sixth-seeded Aquinas College. The two teams met back on Nov. 23, where HC defeated the Bulldogs 76-61 in Lynn Farrell Arena.

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Hastings College’s Shane Chamberlain bent the rim with a two-handed slam dunk with 1 minute, 3 seconds remaining against Dordt Saturday and Lynn Farrell Arena erupted.

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The Hastings College women’s basketball team went into Wednesday’s home game against Midland University looking to brush off their previous loss to Northwestern, in which they allowed the Red Raiders to shoot 67 percent from the field.

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The Hastings College men’s basketball team ended 2018 with a come-from-behind victory over Kansas Wesleyan on Saturday, and it needed another rally if it wanted to start 2019 with a W.