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Northwest women’s basketball entered 2021 looking to move past the first half of the season, time in which true freshman forward Jillian Fleming and redshirt freshman Emma Atwood were out due to injury. Those obstacles were accompanied by multiple postponements on behalf of the women after h… Read more

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If this is your first time reading, welcome. If you’ve read either of the first two editions of this mailbag column, then welcome back. The main premise, per usual, is to focus on anything regarding Northwest Athletics. Whether it be a question about soccer’s recruiting class in 2021, or the… Read more

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Hello and welcome to the second edition of my mailbag column. The main premise, of course, is to focus on anything regarding Northwest Athletics. Whether it be a question about soccer’s recruiting class in 2021, or the chances of men’s basketball winning another national title, I’ll answer it.  Read more

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With the MIAA suspending all fall sports competition until Jan. 1, 2021, Amy Woerth and her Bearcats find themselves unable to play after coming off a historical season where they saw the program's first back-to-back 20-win seasons in 2018-19, and found themselves as high as No. 10 in the AVCA Top 25 poll in 2019, marking the highest ranking in program history. However, Woerth was not allowed to voice her opinion as she was not on any committees that were making crucial decisions. Due to other conferences and teams opting out of their respected seasons across the NCAA, Woerth was foreshadowing the inevitable. This foreshadowing eased the pain for players and coaches. Northwest will have to deal with the hardships of recruiting and seniors deciding to leave or stay. In the meantime, the Bearcats will be using this freetime as an extended offseason. 

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The MIAA announced Aug. 14 that fall sports are suspended until Jan. 1, 2021. The decision from the association came in the wake of the NCAA's choice to cancel all fall sports championships for the 2020-21 school year. 

Northwest Director of Athletics Andy Peterson gave insight into the decision-making process, along with reflecting on the situation as a whole.  Read more

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One year ago, Makayla Hewell was questioning if she wanted to continue her collegiate running career after fracturing her ankle. It was ultimately a decision that, among others, led to her transferring to Northwest from Emmanuel College in Franklin Springs, Georgia. Read more

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — After the final buzzer sounded, Erika Schlosser met with her team and then proceeded to a room that lined the upper-deck inside of Municipal Auditorium for what was Northwest women’s basketball’s final postgame press conference of the season. Read more

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When Northwest women’s basketball coach Austin Meyer sat next to men’s basketball coach Ben McCollum in front of a group of reporters March 3 at the Northwest Athletics Media Luncheon, it was one of the seldom times the duo did an interview together. Read more

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From the sideline, Northwest women’s basketball coach Austin Meyer could be heard screaming at his offense, looking to tie the game at 51 heading into the final three minutes of the contest Jan. 19 against Emporia State in Bearcat Arena.

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Hello and welcome to the second edition of my mailbag column. The main premise, of course, is to focus on anything regarding Northwest Athletics. Whether it be a question about soccer’s recruiting class in 2021, or the chances of men’s basketball winning another national title, I’ll answer it. 

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Hello and welcome to the inaugural edition of my newest column. The main premise, of course, is to focus on anything regarding Northwest Athletics. Whether it be a question about soccer’s recruiting class in 2021, or the chances of men’s basketball winning another national title, I’ll answer it.