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Graduate student guard Jaelyn Haggard made 256 3-point shots during her four years as a Bearcat between 2017-21 — a number that stands as No. 1 in the Northwest women’s basketball record books for career 3-pointers. But for the first time, she attempted a three against Northwest — a shot tha… Read more

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When Northwest junior guard Trevor Hudgins walked off the court with 7:19 remaining in No. 2 Northwest’s matchup with Rogers State, he high-fived his teammates on the way to his chair, and behind him he left a historic performance. Read more

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In a classroom on the second floor of the easternmost side of the Carl and Cheryl Hughes Fieldhouse, 30 Northwest soccer players sat in their seats waiting for the announcement they’ve been anticipating since the end of their MIAA Tournament game against Emporia State Nov. 12. Read more

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Stepping up to the free-throw line at the west basket of Bearcat Arena with 30 seconds left in the fourth quarter was Northwest guard Molly Hartnett. She, like the rest of Northwest women’s basketball, was trying to forget a season-opening loss from 24 hours prior, when the Bearcats were def… Read more

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The 2011 Northwest soccer team still had 20 minutes left on the clock. The Bearcats were up 3-1, and Emporia State had scored seven minutes before. The team was in need of one final goal to put the game away. That’s when, in the 72nd minute, Anna Calgaard scored her second goal of the match … Read more

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A raucous sitcom starring four elderly friends first hit the air in 1985. “The Golden Girls” was known for its raunchy plotlines, one-liners and a cast well into their AARP memberships that acted as though they were just out of college. Four women with a passion for Northwest didn’t set out … Read more

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Marc Gordon’s office, the impromptu home base for the Northwest soccer program, sits on the third floor of the Lamkin Activity Center. On the door is a 2021 Northwest soccer poster, and above it is a piece of yellow scratch paper.