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The stars aligned right for KosmosBY MARJIE DUCEYWORLD-HERALD STAFF WRITER It's just a look, Katie Kosmos says. "Kind of a scowl." "Everyone thinks I'm like the meanest person," the Doane College...
Hundreds of prospective college students will descend on the campuses of the state's private colleges as part of Nebraska Independent College Week.  Earlier this year, Gov. Dave Heineman officially...
Doane College announced students named to the Dean's List for Spring 2007.  Students must achieve a minimum 3.7 grade point average on a 4.0 scale to qualify for this academic distinction. Sarah...
Last week was a look at the No. 9 moment in Doane athletics during the 2006-07 season.  Baseball and softball pitchers demonstrated the knack for keeping opponents from scoring runs.  The No. 1...
Back on April 21, two Tiger football players strapped on the pads one last time to play college football.  Justin Nelson (Schuyler) and Ronnie Patron (Las Vegas, Nev.) traveled to Platte City,...
When Wal-Mart opened its doors in Crete on Wednesday, June 13, the super center giant donated $1,000 towards Doane's Multicultural Support Services Program.  Wilma Jackson, director of multicultural...
Kosmos quietly finds success at Doane BY BRENT C. WAGNER / Lincoln Journal StarSunday, Jun 10, 2007 - 12:53:42 am CDT She never a won a state track championship in high school. Katie Kosmos flew...
Four Doane College student-athletes were named to this year's ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District Team for track and field/cross country in the college division.  The Academic All-...
Over the next 10 weeks, we will take a look back at the moments that highlighted the 2006-07 athletic season.  There were a lot of highlights to choose from and narrowing down the list to at Top 10...
The NAIA released this year's NAIA Scholar-Athlete list for men's golf and three Tigers were honored.  Senior Brent Cole (Auburn) and juniors Brandon Wehenkel (Auburn) and Matt Sexton (Cambridge)...
Doane College Athletic Director Greg Heier announced today that Jeremy Jorgensen will replace Jack Hudkins as head coach for the Tigers.  Jorgensen comes to Doane from McCook Community College where...
Announced on Championship Saturday at the NAIA Track & Field meet were the 2007 Daktronic/NAIA Scholar-Athletes. To be named a Scholar-Athlete, a student must have a cumulative 3.50 grade point...
Scott Nisely was raised in Syracuse, Nebraska.  A 1981 Doane graduate, he was a consistent scorer for the Tigers in both the high hurdles and 400 hurdles.  He was a member of six Nebraska...
The Tiger track & field programs wrapped up their 2007 campaign with a strong final day at the NAIA Championships in Fresno, Calif.  The men ended the day in fifth place with 46 points while the...
Doane used a solid start on Thursday at the NAIA Track & Field Championships to get things rolling on Friday.  Katie Kosmos came away victorious in the heptathlon, a title that had escaped her...

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