Augustana Men's Swimming Official web site of the Vikings' men's swimming and diving teamincludes news, roster, statistics, top times, schedule, and results. http://www.augustana.edu/sports/mswimming/index.htm
Extractions: Sports Home Welcome from Coach Dan Gelderloos Welcome to the Calvin College men's swimming and diving page. Here you will find a wealth of information on our program, including my e-mail link, our roster, our schedule and results, links to the MIAA (Calvin's conference), links to other Calvin sports and more. If you're a parent you might like to check out the Calvin College Parent's Page . If you're a high school student wondering about your post high school plans, feel free to wander this page and our Admissions site. Or check out Chimes, our student newspaper, or KnightFile, our award-winning sports periodical. Finally, we'd love to have you visit the campus for one of our Fridays at Calvin programs. Let me know if I can help with your visit, swimming or admissions related questions!
Welcome To Linfield Wildcats. Team pictures, roster, statistics, competition schedule and past results. http://www.linfield.edu/hhpa/sports/golf/index.html
Kalamazoo College Hornets. News items, game schedule, results, pictures, recruiting information and coaching staff. http://www.kzoo.edu/sports/wt/
Extractions: var contact_email="email@example.com"; //put your own contact email here //set the main navigational section you are in to true; sectionAbout=false; sectionAcademics=false; sectionAdmission =false; sectionAlum =false; sectionGive = false; sectionNews =false; sectionResources =false; sectionSports =true; sectionStudent =false; Meaghan Clark, a junior women's tennis player from Battle Creek (Central), has been selected to the 2004 CoSIDA Academic All-District IV At-Large First Team. Clark maintains a 3.75 GPA as a chemistry major. Clark was 16-6 at number one singles for the Hornets this season, and 19-4 at number one doubles. She was an All-MIAA first team selection for the third consecutive year. Clark was the MIAA one doubles flight champion with Kara Hoorn, and the MIAA one singles flight runner-up. As a first team Academic All-District selection, Clark advances to the national ballot for Academic All-America consideration. District IV includes the states of Alabama, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Tennessee.
Extractions: Sports Home Welcome from Coach Jeff Pettinga Welcome to the Calvin College baseball page. Here you will find a wealth of information on our program, including my e-mail link, our roster, our schedule and results, links to the MIAA (Calvin's conference), links to other Calvin sports and more. If you're a parent you might like to check out the Calvin College Parent's Page . If you're a high school student wondering about your post high school plans, feel free to wander this page and our Admissions site. Or check out Chimes, our student newspaper, or KnightFile, our award-winning sports periodical. Finally, we'd love to have you visit the campus as part of one of our Fridays at Calvin programs. Let me know if I can help!
BBC Defender Sports -Men's Basketball Official site of the Defenders. Team rosters, game schedules, results and statistics, a coach profile, and standings. http://www.bbc.edu/sports/mbasketball/schedule.asp
Extractions: Choose Sport W Cross Country M Cross Country W Volleyball W Soccer M Soccer Cheerleading Wrestling W Basketball M Basketball W Softball M Volleyball Men's Basketball Schedule Team Home News Schedule Roster ... Printer Friendly Version 2003-2004 Schedule Record: 16-10- Date Opponent Location Time Nov 21 Laurel Line Tournament Trevecca Nazarene College Canton, OH Loss 60-91 stats Dec 9 Centenary College BBC Win 73-71 stats Dec 12 Lancaster Bible College BBC Win 92-66 stats Jan 6 Wilkes University Wilkes-Barre, PA Loss 84-95 stats Jan 9 D'Youville College BBC Win 85-66 stats Jan 10 Mt. Aloysius College Cresson, PA Win 105-89 stats Jan 13 Keystone College LaPlume, PA Loss 75-83 stats Jan 17 Philadelphia Biblical University Langhorne, PA
Extractions: April 25 - The Amherst womens golf team took second place at the Massachusetts State Invitational, hosted by Mt. Holyoke College at the Hickory Ridge Country Club on Friday, and nabbed seventh place at the Northeast Championships, held at Hickory Ridge on Saturday and the Orchards Golf Club on Sunday. Full Story April 18 - The Amherst womens golf team took second place at the 2004 Wellesley Spring Golf Invitational, held at the Neihoden Golf Course in Wellesley, Massachusetts on Saturday and Sunday. Junior captain Meg Sullivan shot a two-day score of 91-84-175, while senior Kathryn Kuchefski finished just behind her, shooting 92-84-176, good for fourth and fifth places, respectively. Full Story April 4 - The Amherst womens golf team braved tough weather conditions for an 11th-place finish at the ninth-annual Lady Eagle Invitational, hosted by Boston College at The Ridge Club on Friday and Saturday, shooting a two-day score of 379-354-733. Senior Kathryn Kuchefski led the Jeffs with an 88-86-174, good for 37th place overall.
Augustana Women's Golf Vikings. Contains press releases, a season preview, roster, statistics, and a coach's biography. http://www.augustana.edu/sports/wgolf/index.htm
Extractions: Directions to West Windsor Campus For more information call 609-586-4800 ext. 3741 Date Day Opponent Time Place Nov. Sat St. Joseph University JV NOON H Tues Muhlenberg JV 6:00 PM A Dec. Sat John Jay Un. 1:00 PM H Tues Essex 7:00 PM H Tue Gloucester 7:00 PM H Thur Morris 7:00 PM H Sat Lackawanna NOON A Tues Brookdale 7:00 PM H Jan. Thur Cumberland 7:00 PM H Sat Brookdale 1:00 PM A Mon Salem 7:00 PM A Thur Ocean 7:00 PM A Tues Camden 7:00 PM A Thur Burlington 7:00 PM H Sat Atlantic 1:00 PM A Tues Del Tech 7:00 PM A Thur Cumberland 7:00 PM A Tues Essex 7:00 PM A Feb. Thur Salem 7:00 PM H Sat Ocean 1:00 PM H Tues Gloucester 7:00 PM A Thur Camden 7:00 PM H Sat Morris 1:00 PM A Tues Burlington 7:00 PM A Thur Atlantic 7:00 PM H Sat Del Tech 1:00 PM H Sat Lackawanna 2:00 PM H Tues Playoffs TBA TBA March Fri Region Semifinal TBA TBA Sun Region Final@ Salem TBA A Sat Districts TBA TBA Wed-Sat Nationals@ Danville TBA A Coach Kelly Williams
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Extractions: March 24 - Only a few months ago, it was difficult to imagine the Amherst women's hockey team would accomplish so much in the upcoming winter, like shattering a school record with 13 victories. Jim Plumer, a former assistant for the womens hockey program at Bowdoin College, had assumed head coaching duties in July, and with that change came high hopes, yet also some uncertainty. We didnt really know what to expect going into the season, said senior co-captain Amanda Muller. All that we knew about Jim was that he came from an excellent program, but that was it. Full Story
Albion College Softball Britons. Contains player profiles, scores, coaching staff, and statistics. http://www.albion.edu/sports/softball/
Extractions: Albion third baseman Beth Striffler makes a throw across the diamond to first baseman Sarah Slamer as shortstop Sarah Caskey looks on during game one action of the Britons' non-league doubleheader against Rochester College. Albion won both games by scores of 8-0 and 9-1. Photograph by Gregg Twietmeyer, Albion College sports information assistant. Albion finished with a 23-13 overall record and an 8-6 mark in MIAA play. The Britons tied Hope College for fourth place in the final regular season standings, but the Flying Dutch received the last spot in the league tournament based on a victory over Alma, the league champion. The Britons posted impressive victories, sweeping doubleheaders from NCAA Division II institutions Hillsdale and Northwood. The team was rewarded for its winning season by placing three scholar-athletes on the all-MIAA squad. Junior shortstop Sarah Caskey achieved first team recognition for the fourth time in her career (she also earned a pair of all-league first team awards in basketball). Caskey finished sixth in the MIAA in batting, posting a .395 average with 17 hits in 43 at-bats in league play. She also ranked among the top five in the MIAA in on-base percentage (.477) and slugging percentage (.558). Senior outfielder Megan Russell and junior pitcher Michaela Adams were All-MIAA second team selections. Russell, who was also named to the Collegiate Sports Information Directors of America Academic All-America third team, tied for second in the MIAA in runs batted in with nine. In 14 league contests, Russell posted a .267 batting average with three doubles and a triple. Adams earned a 4-3 record in seven league starts. She tossed a no-hitter in the first game of the Britons final MIAA doubleheader at Hope. In 43-2/3 innings of work, Adams allowed 15 runs, 34 hits and 15 walks. She was third in the league in strikeouts with 35.
NESCAC Volleyball Home Page Official site with player awards, pictures, news items, and championships details. http://www.nescac.com/sports/Volleyball/home.htm
Extractions: May 25, 2004 Hamilton Appoints Top Syracuse Assistant as Head Volleyball Coach Alexis Dankulic, the top assistant womens volleyball coach at Syracuse University for the past six years, has been named the head womens volleyball coach at Hamilton College. Dankulic was the recruiting coordinator for Syracuse, which finished the 2003 season with an overall record of 17-16. Her duties also included scouting, coordinating practices and other team management responsibilities. Dankulic helped guide the program to a 24-10 record in 2000. November 22, 2003 Williams Volleyball Falls to Emory 3-1 in NCAA Quarterfinals ATLANTA, Ga In front of a crowd of over 600 people, the Williams volleyball team (35-4) concluded their fantastic fall season with a 3-1 (30-21, 27-30, 30-21, 30-23) loss to Emory University (32-12) in the NCAA quarterfinals. This was the Ephs second consecutive NCAA quarterfinal appearance. November 12, 2003
Extractions: Gregory has served as the head womens soccer coach at Averett University in Danville, Va., since 2001. and has been the head womens lacrosse coach since the 2003 season. At Averett, she also served as an adjunct professor in the Physical Education department and as the USA South Athletic Conference representative on the NCAA South Region Womens Soccer Championship committee. Gregory was also the SAAC (Student-Athlete Advisory Committee) volunteer representative for Averett in 2002 and attended the SAAC Regional Leadership Conference. Gregory graduated Magna Cum Laude from Averett with a B.S. degree in Physical Education and a minor in Mathematics. She was named the recipient of the Don Scalf Award that was presented to the Conference Student-Athlete of the Year and was also the Female Athlete of the Year at Averett in 2000-01. She was first-team all-conference in tennis, singles and doubles, and a second-team all-conference selection in soccer. She was also a member of the volleyball team that qualified for the NCAA tournament.