Michael Duffy Announces Retirement as Adrian College Athletic Director

Michael Duffy Announces Retirement as Adrian College Athletic Director

After leading the Adrian College Athletic Department for the last 17 years, Athletic Director Michael Duffy has announced his retirement, scheduled for the end of June. Duffy was a 1982 graduate of Adrian College, where he was a member of the football team including the 1980 MIAA Championship team. After graduation, Duffy jumped straight into […]

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The Difference Between Division 1, Division 2, and Division 3

What is the difference between Division 1, Division 2, and Division 3 athletics? Find out here. In this video, the rules for each division of collegiate athletics are reviewed at length. This article was gathered automatically by our news bot. We help YouTubers by driving traffic to them for free. The featured image in this […]

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Harris-Stowe women’s soccer schedule announced

ST. LOUIS — The athletic department of Harris-Stowe State University recently announced its schedule for the 2021 season in women’s soccer. The Hornets will kick off their 2021 campaign on August 18 to take on St. Charles Community College in an exhibition match. Their regular season will begin August 21, hosting the Eagles of Avila […]

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SAU Selected As NAIA Women’s Soccer Opening Round Host

Spring Arbor University has been selected as one of 10 host sites for the 2020 NAIA Women’s Soccer National Championship Opening Round, the NAIA national office announced Wednesday. Each of the 10 opening round sites will feature four teams. Play will begin on Thursday, Apr. 15 with two games and the winners advancing to play […]

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Hey Saint Louis University; What in the Hell is a Billiken?

Saint Louis University is a private Jesuit research university with campuses in St. Louis, Missouri, United States, and Madrid, Spain. Founded in 1818 by Louis Guillaume Valentin Dubourg, it is the oldest university west of the Mississippi River and the second-oldest Jesuit university in the United States. It is one of 28 member institutions of […]

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Concordia University Edges Out Lourdes in Season Opener

Concordia soccer kicked off their 2020 campaign on Saturday evening when they traveled to Lourdes. The Cardinals were playing their first game of the year while the Gray Wolves came in 1-1. The match was closely contested with CUAA creating many scoring chances, but a penalty shot in the 73rd minute lifted Lourdes to a […]

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Spring Arbor University Cougars Score 7 Goals in Home Opener

Spring Arbor University soccer turned in a dominating performance on Saturday night in its home opener, defeating Goshen College 7-0 at the Cougar Soccer Complex. It was a special night for a pair of Cougars as Ariana Stoltzfus and Lauren Marshall tallied their first collegiate goals. Stoltzfus finished with two tallies while Marshall had one goal […]

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Adrian College Overcomes Siena Heights in Exhibition

The Adrian College men’s soccer team defeated the Siena Heights University Saints in an exhibition match by a score of 4-0. The Bulldogs scored four goals in the second half to come away with the win. Adrian struggled to get the offense moving in the first half. The defense stepped up and kept the Saints […]

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Adrian College and Trine University Soccer Begin Season on Saturday

The Adrian College men’s soccer team will begin the Micheal Hatfield era on Saturday as the Bulldogs host the Trine University Thunder. The non-conference game will begin at noon. Adrian College has decided to limit attendance to the event to the family members of players only. “The guys have worked so hard during this off-and on-time frame […]

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Siena Heights University Names Sue Syljebeck Athletic Director

The Siena Heights University athletic department has reorganized administrative roles in the organization’s structure. Sue Syljebeck has dropped the interim tag in her title and became the Athletic Director as of January 1st, 2020. Women’s soccer head coach, Scott Oliver, has been promoted to the assistant athletic director in addition to his coaching role. The […]

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The University of Iowa Has Cut Four Sports

The University of Iowa is cutting four varsity sports programs after the 2020-21 academic year. The University said in a press release that the move is a direct result of the cancellation of the fall football season and the COVID-19 pandemic. Men’s gymnastics, men’s tennis, and men’s and women’s swimming and diving will be discontinued, Iowa […]

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Great Midwest Athletic Conference Postpones Fall Championships

The Great Midwest Athletic Conference Presidents’ Council has postponed the fall championship segments in football, men’s soccer, women’s soccer and volleyball, as decided on Monday morning. The conference schedule and championships in each of these high contact risk sports, as defined by the NCAA Resocialization of Collegiate Sport guidelines, will be moved to the spring […]

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