South African adapts to North American wrestling

With the critical National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), National Qualifier tournament just three weeks away, First-Year Edrich Nortje (known as Eddie among teammates) has been waiting a long time for this moment. Hailing from South Africa, Nortje came to Hastings this season with high expectations for himself due to his success back home, where he won many national championships. Nortje currently has a record … Continue reading South African adapts to North American wrestling

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

Women’s Soccer is on a roll

Win after win is what the Hastings College women’s soccer team has seen so far this season. They have tied their first game against Benedictine (who was ranked second at the time) and have won seven consecutive games since. Being knocked out of the first round of nationals at the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) level three years in a row, the Broncos look … Continue reading Women’s Soccer is on a roll

New Coaches for three HC teams

Hastings College has played host to multiple changes over the past year. Whether it be academics or the campus itself, students have seen more than their fair share of adjustments at HC, with athletics being no different. Over the summer, the head coaching position for three sports opened up: men’s soccer, men’s/women’s tennis and women’s golf. The men’s soccer team spent their last two years … Continue reading New Coaches for three HC teams