Marei to play NAIA invitational game at semester’s end

While the Hastings College football season ended on Nov 16 in a 23-point loss to Dakota Wesleyan University, Senior Defensive Lineman Abdul Marei will get the opportunity to play one more collegiate game. Just before the season started in late August, the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced that Marei would be one of the 116 seniors qualified to play in the game on … Continue reading Marei to play NAIA invitational game at semester’s end

Soccer teams look forward to opening round of nationals

The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has a new format for the opening round of soccer this year. The top 16 teams will host two games: one game on Friday for the two play-in teams, and the winner will go on to play the host team on Saturday. The winner of Saturday’s game will then move on to the final site: the women’s final … Continue reading Soccer teams look forward to opening round of nationals

Last tournament, Johnston tied for 13th where he scored 1,284 for six games with a tournament average of 214.

Bowling team on pace to make nationals in spring

While the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics National Tournament is not until March 2020, both the men’s and women’s bowling teams have been preparing since September. In order to qualify for nationals, as both teams hope to do so again this year, they must participate in 10 tournaments, which are all set up prior to the start of the season. Both teams have bowled at … Continue reading Bowling team on pace to make nationals in spring

Cross Country looks to finish strong at conference

As Hastings College athletics nears the end of the regular season for fall sports, the men’s and women’s cross country teams are preparing for their Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) championship meet.  “Our men wanted to finish in the top half of conference and they’ll have a shot to do that. (For) women, it’s kind of a complete rebuilding year, so it was just kind … Continue reading Cross Country looks to finish strong at conference

Carpenter continues to shine for women’s soccer

Now in her second season starting for the Hastings College women’s soccer team, Junior Sarah Carpenter is already making a lasting impression both on the field and in the record books. The native from Olathe, Kansas, has been playing soccer since she was able to kick a ball and has been a goalkeeper since goalkeepers were allowed in youth soccer (starting at age 11).  Carpenter … Continue reading Carpenter continues to shine for women’s soccer

While Stenhouse lines up on the line of scrimmage, a Midland defender lines up with him as he looks down the line, ready for the snap to run his route.

Stenhouse returns to make impact on Bronco football team

In the midst of a four-game slide, Senior Wide Receiver Keiotey Stenhouse continues to be a bright spot for the Broncos. Stenhouse hails from Pacoima, California. He spent his first two years at Los Angeles Pierce College (LAPC), hauling in 35 passes for 342 yards and two touchdowns. While the weather is an obvious difference between California and Nebraska, Stenhouse mentioned how he did appreciate … Continue reading Stenhouse returns to make impact on Bronco football team

Pumroy’s office is located in the Fleharty Educational Center, within the Sports Information Office. He is pictured in the Lynn Farrell Arena.

Pumroy looks to the future of HC athletics

In early May, Hastings College President Travis Feezell officially announced that the school had decided to hire Burt John “B.J.” Pumroy. Pumroy officially started as the new athletic director on July 1, after spending the last three years working as an athletic director for St. Mary’s Ryken, a college prepatory school in Maryland. Pumroy was very motivated to come to Hastings , impressed by HC’s … Continue reading Pumroy looks to the future of HC athletics

Volleyball plays for something greater than themselves

It’s just more than any other night for players on the Hastings College volleyball team. Dig Pink Night is a night for the team to come together to bring awareness for Breast Cancer Awareness month.  “Pink Night used to be a night where we played for something greater than ourselves, for all those who battled with cancer, fighting for their life. Today, it is still … Continue reading Volleyball plays for something greater than themselves

After practice on September 10, the men’s soccer team gathers around to listen to Junior Captain Francisco Arevalo about what the purpose behind wearing their shirts inside out for practice and also to bring awareness of suicide.

Men’s soccer stresses “one team, one family”

The Hastings College men’s soccer team continues forward to dominate the Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) this season, going for their 20th regular-season title and their 16th GPAC post-season tournament title. The team also has not lost a regular season conference game since 2013, which was against Midland University.  “Yes, I think that there is no question about it (winning the 20th GPAC regular season … Continue reading Men’s soccer stresses “one team, one family”

Bachle focuses on team and winning before records

With already six rankings in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), five out of those six being in the top 10, First-Year Student Place-Kicker Jason Bachle has already made an immediate impact for the Hastings College football team by scoring a quarter of the team’s points — 20 points to the rest of the team’s 78 points in two games. “I knew that being … Continue reading Bachle focuses on team and winning before records