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The sun was shining at Bearcat Softball Field, and the wind was calm and cool. Junior infielder Olivia Daugherty walked up to the plate, determined to put Northwest softball on the board. With a swift crack of the bat, the ball flew over the fence, and Daugherty found herself rounding third … Read more

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The rain, seemingly a torrential downpour compared to the dry Tuesday morning, fell down onto the field at the Hound Pound. In the middle of the rain, Maryville girls soccer battled for a shot of revenge against Pleasant Hill — a chance to avenge last year’s season-ending loss to the Chicks … Read more

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The buzzer rang out across the court at Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City, Missouri. As that sound reverberated off the venue’s walls, the players of Northwest women’s basketball and Nebraska-Kearney walked off the floor and toward the locker rooms after an MIAA Tournament quarterfinals ga… Read more

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EVANSVILLE, Ind. — Northwest men’s basketball knew it was going to have a tall task ahead after being tabbed as the No. 5 seed in the Division II Elite Eight. The Bearcats were set for a matchup with fourth-seeded Bentley, a team that won the Northeast-10’s regular-season title, the Northeas… Read more

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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Northwest men’s basketball was caught in the thick of a gritty, back-and-forth slugfest with Minnesota State University Moorhead when the two teams headed toward the locker rooms for halftime during the first-round matchup in the Central Region Tournament. Read more

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Northwest women’s basketball freshman guard Molly Hartnett had the ball in her hands with four seconds left on the clock in the MIAA Tournament quarterfinals against third-seeded Nebraska-Kearney March 4. Despite the numerous fans and players, the place might as well have … Read more

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The final game of the regular season usually doesn’t mean too much for Northwest men’s basketball. Entering this year as winners of eight straight MIAA regular-season titles, the Bearcats have grown accustomed to locking down the conference’s top spot with room to spare. Read more

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Welcome to the final edition of Walk the Talk, the weekly mailbag column that’s existed for roughly two years with the purpose of answering — or at least trying my best to answer — your questions regarding Northwest Athletics.