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

Sterling College Tennis Team

This week our Sterling College Tennis team had three home matches this week here at our college. They had one match on Thursday March 28th, and were supposed to have another two on Wednesday the 27th and Saturday the 30th. Unfortunately those were both cancelled because of the weather. Kyler Comley, who plays number two on the team said this “Overall the team played really … Continue reading Sterling College Tennis Team

Tennis heads into break after September tournaments

By HANNAH ABBATE, reporter Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2018 Tennis had been missing from Sterling College for some years until it was recently brought back to life by head coach Lonnie Isaac in 2017. Before coming to Sterling, Isaac had been the head tennis coach at Bethel College for the men’s and women’s programs for about 10 years. For college, tennis programs have a set fall … Continue reading Tennis heads into break after September tournaments

Tennis faces double loss in Nebraska

By: Cathryn Cavazos  Sterling, KS — March 2, 2018 9:15 P.M. The brand-new Sterling College men’s and women’s tennis team traveled to Nebraska this weekend for their first matches of the season, but unfortunately, the team came up short. On Friday, March 2, the men’s and women’s teams headed first to Seward, Neb. to face Concordia University. The men lost with a score of 8 … Continue reading Tennis faces double loss in Nebraska

Sterling College brings back tennis

By: Anna Adamyk Sterling College announced the launch of their tennis program at the end of June 2016. Now, over a year later, the tennis program has brought in 13 recruits—all freshmen— aside from junior transfer student Andrew Wright. It has been eight years since Sterling College offered tennis as a competitive sport. Tennis phased out of of the College due to lack of interest … Continue reading Sterling College brings back tennis