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Adam Landerfield pulled off the upset of the meet and created a buzz around the Fresno Pacific track & field complex on Friday afternoon as he blazed to a 14.17 second finish in the 110 meter...
Doane College senior Katie Kosmos won the NAIA women's heptathlon today in Fresno, California.  Kosmos, a Lincoln native, finished with 5,061 points and picked up her second national championship of...
Doane College recognized its first Student Leadership awards presented through the Hansen Leadership Program.  The event recognized the leadership and volunteer efforts of students and organizations...
Doane College has selected 48 students to serve as Orientation Leaders for the 2007-08 academic year.  Orientation Leaders serve the campus by voluntarily helping incoming students with summer...
The 2007 Outdoor Track and Field Championships had a positive start for the Tigers as all athletes that ran in the trials advanced to the semifinals or finals of their respective events.  Doane also...
Three former Doane College athletes were inducted into the NAIA Hall-of-Fame on May 23.  The Class of 2007 includes John Baumann ('90), Greg Ray ('00), and David Symonsbergen ('93).  Their induction...
The Tigers bring 34 men and women to Fresno, California, in search of another strong performance and possible championship run.  Doane arrived out west on Tuesday afternoon, approximately 12:48 p.m...
    Brittany Kozisek and Amy Hamik were named Daktronics/NAIA Scholar-Athletes early this week by the NAIA. Kozisek, a Crete native, was a member of the women's golf team.  In seven rounds of golf...
With the completion of the championship tennis season, the NAIA has announced this year's Daktronic/Scholar-Athletes list.  Three Doane student-athletes made the list, including one repeat selection...
Doane College Athletic Director Greg Heier announced the 2006-07 letter winners at a banquet on May 9.  In total, 212 individuals combined to receive 233 letters in 16 sports offered by Doane.  Over...
Twenty-nine Tiger athletes combined to score 259 points as the women collected their ninth straight outdoor conference crown.  Doane took first place in seven events and scored points in 18 of 21...
Though many moments throughout Friday's GPAC Championship could have made the difference, 0.02 seconds will be the moment that stands out.  Doane finished 1.5 points behind Nebraska Wesleyan for the...
Doane freshmen Morgan Dietrich (Alliance) and Jenna Monter (Lexington) have been named to this year's honorable mention all-conference team in women's tennis.  Voted on by league coaches, Dietrich...
Five Tiger softball players have been named to this year's all-conference softball team.  Three conference honors were also announced that headline the all-conference teams.  Josie Barrow of Dana...
Doane placed six athletes on this year's All-Nebraska NAIA men's and women's basketball teams released by the Omaha World Herald in mid-April.  On the men's side, Brent Cole was named to the First...

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