Baseball host last home game series against York

The Warriors celebrated Senior Day Saturday, April 24 splitting a doubleheader with York College. This would put the warriors at ninth in the KCAC with a record of 10-20 and an overall record of 19-26. Scorers for the Warriors in the first contest include Eric Robles with three scores, Zavion Crosby with two, while Matthew McElroy, Daniel Medina, Uziel Santos and Nate Petrov all chipped … Continue reading Baseball host last home game series against York

Warriors focus on the positive

The Sterling College Men’s Tennis team finished out it’s season with a loss to Tabor College April 24. This leaves the men with an overall record of 3-9 and a record of 2-6 in conference play. This month April proved to be especially challenging as the Warriors lost to McPherson, Ottawa, Southwestern, Bethel, and Tabor College. However, head coach Lonnie Issac is still pleased with … Continue reading Warriors focus on the positive

Lady Warrior tennis competes

The Lady Warriors are wrapping up their season, sitting fifth in the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) with a 5-3 record in the conference and a 6-4 record overall record. The Lady Warriors played in five meets for the month of April. The first three matches were losses to McPherson, Ottawa, and Southwestern. However the Lady Warriors came back to end April with victories over … Continue reading Lady Warrior tennis competes

Golf gets off to sluggish start, looks to improve at conference

Both the Sterling College junior varsity and varsity Golf teams opened up their spring seasons in Lawrence, Kan., and Bartlesville, Okla., on March 8 and 9. The men’s varsity headed south and played at Oklahoma-Kansas Wesleyan University Spring Invite.  The women’s varsity team opened up their season at Ottawa Spring Invite in Oklahoma as well. On the women’s side, three Lady Warriors competed.  Junior Kaylea … Continue reading Golf gets off to sluggish start, looks to improve at conference

Lady Warriors go far at Nationals, achieve undefeated regular season

The Lady Warriors were defeated in Round 16 of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Championship, finishing the 2020-21 Season with a record of 30-1.  This would mark the last ride for three seniors: Alexis Theus, Kylah Comley,and Brenna Eilert. It was a tough first half ending with the 14 ranked Dakota State Lady Trojans leading 53-33.  The Lady Warriors had some bright moments but … Continue reading Lady Warriors go far at Nationals, achieve undefeated regular season

Cross country season starts strong

Sterling College’s cross country team started its season at the Kansas Wesleyan University Coyote Invite on Sept. 14. The women started off the season strong with a sixth-place finish at the invitation. Freshman Sydney VanHorn started her college debut strong finishing 20th with a time of 21:44 in the 5k. Junior Robyn Selzer was right behind her finishing with a time of 22:27 and placing … Continue reading Cross country season starts strong

COVID-19 leads to virtual NFL Draft

Tonight is the much anticipated National Football League’s 2020 Draft. Usually this momentous event is held on a grand stage in Vegas. Tonight, due to the affects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Draft will be held virtually from living rooms across the country. “I think it is a good call to keep people safe,” freshman TC Smith said, “but I think it will take some … Continue reading COVID-19 leads to virtual NFL Draft

SC Observer: March 2, 2020

This is the digital version of the March 2, 2020 issue of the Sterling College Observer. This issue is Volume 1, Issue 5. The Sterling College Observer, founded in 2019, is the student-run newspaper covering Sterling College. The print edition is produced the first Monday of the month during the fall and spring semesters as part of CM153 J Journalism Lab course. The staff also … Continue reading SC Observer: March 2, 2020

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Softball looks to defy expectations

With preseason softball wrapping up later this month, the Lady Warriors still have time to rebab a number of injured players they have missing from their 18-man roster. “Honestly, it was super scary,” freshman Afton Larsen said, “because even in preseason [last fall], we all got hurt at some point. We all made it back and were healthy for a period of time and then, … Continue reading Softball looks to defy expectations