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

Harriers close out year at KCAC championships

Sterling College’s Cross Country team ended their 2019 season at the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference Cross Country Championships on Nov. 9. Both the men’s and women’s team placed 11th on the Four Mile Creek Resort in Augusta. For the women, sophomore Robyn Selzer lead the Warrior runners in the 5K with a time of 21:58.02 to place 44th out of 102 runners. Women’s basketball’s Hannah … Continue reading Harriers close out year at KCAC championships

Harriers run at Fort Hayes

The cross country team started off the month of October with a trip to Fort Hays State University for the St. Tiger Open. Running for the men were freshman Max Dutton, freshman Nathan Jones, and junior Gavin Lierz. Running for the women were sophomore Robyn Selzer and junior Jaismon Travelbee. The men competed against 131 runners, and Dutton finished 43rd with a time of 21:36.2, … Continue reading Harriers run at Fort Hayes

Cross country runners compete, work hard

Sterling College’s men’s and women’s cross country teams started their season at the Wichita State University JK Gold Classic on Sept. 7. For the women, Robyn Selzer ran a time of 17:33.1 to place 83rd and was 23rd of the KCAC opponents at the meet. Jaismon Travelsbee finished 132nd with a time of 20:47.6. On the men’s side, Max Dutton finished 48th with a time … Continue reading Cross country runners compete, work hard

Cross Country teams find competitive spirit in North Newton

By KAITLYNN LITTLE, reporter Monday, Sept. 24, 2018 Sterling College Men’s and Women’s Cross Country team raced across North Newton’s flat landscape Saturday morning to cap off their second meet of the season.   The Muthama-Rogers Invitational meet began at 9 a.m. and proved to be a race that cultivated their competitive spirit and rewarded their training.    “We have made a ton of progress the last two weeks in between meets,” head … Continue reading Cross Country teams find competitive spirit in North Newton

XC championship race sends Rolando Phalen to NAIA nationals

Story by Anna Adamyk  Photos by Rachel Adamyk  McPherson, KS — Updated Nov 5, 2017, 12:09 P.M.   The Sterling College men’s and women’s cross country team headed to McPherson, Kansas to compete in the KCAC Cross Country Championship at Rolling Acres Golf Course. “The running conditions were about as ideal as they could have been for a cross country race,” commented Lacey Buckwalter, senior. … Continue reading XC championship race sends Rolando Phalen to NAIA nationals

Warrior Weekend Recap 9/23/2017

Photos by: Elissa Freemire By: Cathryn Cavazos This weekend saw a large number of Warrior Athletes traveling around the state to work hard and show off their Sterling pride. On Saturday the 23rd, football traveled to Salina to take on Kansas Wesleyan University. The game ended with a win for the Warriors, 26-23. The first quarter of the game ended with a score of 0-0, … Continue reading Warrior Weekend Recap 9/23/2017

Women’s XC takes first place at home invitational

  By: Anna Adamyk On Saturday morning, the Sterling College men’s and women’s cross country teams raced against five other KCAC schools, and Barclay County Community College, in the Warrior Fest Invitational held at the Sterling Country Club. The morning started early with the men’s race at nine. The seventy-degree weather provided ideal running conditions for the men’s five mile race through the golf course. … Continue reading Women’s XC takes first place at home invitational