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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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Northwest women’s basketball coach Austin Meyer sat in front of a room full of reporters Jan. 28 at the Northwest Athletics media luncheon inside of Pizza Ranch when he expressed that one of the goals for the team was to play in the MIAA Tournament in Kansas City, Missouri, March 4-8. Read more

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Northwest track and field opened the season with a rather impressive showing at the Mel Tjeersdma Classic Dec. 6-7 at Hughes Fieldhouse. The Bearcats look to continue that success in the “Cornhusker State” as they travel to the Graduate Classic meet at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Jan. 16-17. Read more

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As the Northwest track and field team heads into its first indoor meet Dec. 6, the program is heavily relying on the 2019 recruiting class. With roughly 24 true freshmen on the squad, the Bearcats are hoping to use the newly-acquired talent to help guide the team in a successful direction fo… Read more

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ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — Black Friday: traditionally a day where people search for deals on their favorite items, a day people search the fridge for Thanksgiving leftovers and, this year, a day Northwest women’s basketball was searching for its fourth win of the season against South Region powerhou… Read more

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Coming into its first MIAA tournament since 2012, Northwest soccer was ready to prove it was capable of contending for a conference championship. After a regular season plagued with hot-and-cold performances, the Bearcats final one came in their first, and only, round of the tournament. Read more

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