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Coming out of last weekend, Northwest volleyball has found a spot at No. 15 in the AVCA Top 25. This sets a program-best in the rankings and is the Bearcats’ best ranking since Oct. 24, 2016, where they were ranked No. 16. This now marks the 11th time that Northwest has been ranked in the AV… Read more

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Northwest soccer has gotten off to a much better start to this year as opposed to where they were a season ago. Despite being left with a 1-2-1 record throughout the first couple of weeks of the season, they have been far more impressive than last year in the eyes of coach Marc Gordon. Read more


With the addition of two new courts, the dedication of the Mark Rosewell Tennis Center and all tennis facilities being resurfaced, the Northwest tennis team is seeing huge impact with both a rise in interested athletes and a growing fanbase.

It was an eventful weekend at the Washburn Invitational for Northwest volleyball Sept. 6-7. The Bearcats started their season off 4-0 with wins over No. 23 Central Washington, Quincy, William Jewell, and No. 18 Drury.

After winning a record 14 conference games, having its second 20-win season (22-8) since 1999 and hosting the quarterfinals of the MIAA tournament, the Northwest volleyball team is aiming for another accolade-filled season.

With the 2018-19 tennis season bringing prosperous postseason finishes for both the Northwest men's and women's teams, the 2019 fall season is geared towards perfecting and strengthening both individual and team efforts for a lasting postseason run.

All students aiming to attend Northwest Athletics games and contests will be required to use an e-ticket starting this fall sports season, Northwest Athletics and the University announced Aug. 21.

Northwest softball was able to collect a pair of wins in an afternoon doubleheader for the third time this season against Southwest Baptist at Bearcat Softball Field April 15.

After extending its win streak to four early last week, Northwest softball dropped four straight to Nebraska-Kearney and Fort Hays State over the weekend road trip April 6-7.

Sometimes, in the realm of sports, the greatest stories have the most unusual beginnings. Like sports itself, predicting a champion can be entirely unpredictable.