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Welcome back to Walk The Talk, the weekly mailbag column where I answer all of your questions regarding Northwest Athletics. Last weekend, Northwest football lined up against another team for the first time since Dec. 7, 2019. There were 490 days in between the Bearcats’ last game of the 201… Read more

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Northwest men’s basketball was 4 minutes and 11 seconds away from the Final Four when Byron Alexander went down. The Bearcats led West Liberty 93-69 at that point, so Northwest coach Ben McCollum wasn’t relying on the freshman guard for any late-game heroics March 24 in Evansville, Indiana. Read more

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Welcome back to Walk The Talk, a weekly mailbag column in which I — your favorite Northwest insider — answer all of your questions regarding Northwest Athletics. For the past month, it seems like nearly every question has been about Northwest men’s basketball, and I can’t really be mad, eith… Read more

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ABERDEEN, S.D. — There stood Ben McCollum, on the edge of the southeast corner of Don Meyer Court in Wachs Arena. The Northwest men’s basketball coach was leaning against a security rope while someone was holding an iPhone up to his face. Read more

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Northwest Missouri State University contacted the campus community March 10, 2020, informing everyone the University was going to cancel in-person classes for the remainder of the semester. The cancellation was enforced to protect the health and safety of its students and employees from the … Read more

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After a one-week hiatus, I’m back. Welcome to Walk The Talk, the (almost) weekly mailbag column where I answer your questions regarding anything Northwest Athletics. However, with Northwest men’s basketball heading to the NCAA Division II Central Region Tournament this weekend, this week’s e… Read more

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For the third straight season, Maryville girls basketball will compete in a district championship game. The Spoofhounds (22-1) earned their spot in the final game of the Class 4 District 16 Tournament with a 60-42 victory over MEC foe Savannah (14-11) March 2 in the ’Hound Pound. Read more

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Northwest men’s basketball was 4 minutes and 11 seconds away from the Final Four when Byron Alexander went down. The Bearcats led West Liberty 93-69 at that point, so Northwest coach Ben McCollum wasn’t relying on the freshman guard for any late-game heroics March 24 in Evansville, Indiana.

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Northwest soccer is searching for solutions after a lack of offense resulted in losses to Central Missouri and Emporia State. The Bearcats failed to score a goal in either game, and coach Marc Gordon said he’s at fault for his team’s performance.

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Welcome to the newest edition of Walk The Talk, where we’ll only talk about one question this week. I know that I’ve received a pretty good amount of phenomenal questions throughout the past week, but I’ve been saving one in particular since the middle of January.

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Welcome back to Walk The Talk, a weekly mailbag column in which I — your favorite Northwest insider — answer all of your questions regarding Northwest Athletics. For the past month, it seems like nearly every question has been about Northwest men’s basketball, and I can’t really be mad, eith…

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No. 18 Northwest volleyball traveled to Topeka, Kansas, March 27 to compete in the Washburn Crossover. The event allowed MIAA teams in the North Division to compete against teams from the South Division, which was implemented this year.