Southwestern College athletic director Mike McCoy has hired Gerald “Jake” Conrad as the next head coach of the Lady Moundbuilders volleyball program.
Cowley College named 63 student-athletes as 2018-19 NJCAA Academic Student-Athlete Award recipients for grade-point averages of 3.6 or higher.
Having coached 57 NJCAA All-Americans, two national record holders and 11 national champions in the pole vault, Cowley College head track and field coach Mark Phillips is conducting a pole vault clinic for middle school and high school-aged students at the Travis Hafner Training Center in Ar…
WICHITA — Milica Kusmuk, one of the most celebrated players in the history of the Cowley College volleyball program, was named the Junior College Female Athlete of the Year during the 22nd annual Greater Wichita Sports Banquet on Thursday at the Hyatt Regency.
The 25th annual Tiger Skins/Brian Groves Memorial Golf Tournament honored former Cowley College golfer Brian Groves last Saturday at GreatLife Golf & Fitness in Arkansas City.
Cowley College’s Sumner Campus is teaming up with Wellington High School, the Greater Wichita Officials Association and the Kansas State High School Activities Association to conduct a football officiating class from 6 to 10 p.m. Aug. 12-16 at the Short General Education Center in Wellington.
Cowley College catcher Cody Milligan capped a stellartwo-yearcareer with the Tigers with NJCAA Division I first-team All-American honors. Milligan, selected by the Atlanta Braves in the ninth round of the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft, batted .500 in four games at the Juco Wo…
Ashton Friend, who capped a stellar two-year career as a member of the Cowley College softball team, was recently named to the NJCAA Division II All-American first team. Friend, the Jayhawk East Most Valuable Player this season and Freshman of the Year last season, batted .473 with 13 home r…
Ebony Haliburton, a standout member on the 2003-04 Cowley College women’s basketball team, was recently promoted to an assistant coaching position on the Kansas State University women’s basketball coaching staff.
One day after sophomore catcher Cody Milligan was drafted in the ninth round of the Major League Baseball first-year player draft, the Cowley College baseball team saw five more players affiliated with the program selected in the following rounds of the draft.
The Cowley College track and field coaching staff is conducting a vault clinic for middle- and high school-aged students from June 30 to July 3 at the Tiger Track and Field facility, 230 Pierce St., just east of City Ball Park.
Cowley College sophomores Angelo Yasuro Ito Tost and Bruno Hidaka Suiama, who advanced to the National championship match at the NJCAA Division I National Championships, were named Inter-collegiate Tennis Association National Junior College Athletic Association All-Americans.
Cowley College sophomore catcher Cody Milligan and freshman outfielder Tyler Halstead were named to the All-Tournament team at the conclusion of the Juco College World Series.
HOBBS, N.M. — Thais Lindemayer-Gomes, the defending national champion in the pole vault, finished her two-year career at Cowley College by placing fourth in the event at the NJCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. — A pinch-hit grand slam by freshman Blaze Brothers highlighted a seven-run sixth inning Monday afternoon for the Cowley College baseball team, as the Tigers battled back from a three-run deficit to run-rule Monroe (N.Y.) College 16-6 to stay alive at the Juco World Series.
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. — Buoyed by a strong contingent of Tigers fans, the Cowley College baseball team bounced back from an opening-round loss to defeat two-time defending champion Chipola (Fla.) College 20-12 in a wild game Sunday at the Alpine Bank Juco World Series.
Just days after tearing through the Region VI Tournament in Wichita, the No. 12-ranked Cowley College baseball team saw seven players named all-conference and three more all-region.
Cowley College sophomore Ashton Friend, who led the Lady Tigers in nearly every offensive category, was named the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference Division II Most Valuable Player.
The nationally ranked Cowley College softball team, winners of two of the past three conference titles, are host to the Tiger Strong Summer Camp on June 26-27 at Lady Tigers Field.
Southwestern College volleyball head coach Carolina Garbato has resigned the position to be the coordinator for high performance for USA Volleyball, the organization responsible for selecting the Olympic and Paralympic teams.
HOBBS, N.M. — The Cowley College women’s track and field team produced All-Americans in nine event while placing ninth last weekend at the NJCAA Division I National Outdoor Championships.
TUCSON, Ariz. — The Cowley College men’s tennis team had another strong run at the NJCAA Division I Men’s National Championships, finishing in a tie for fourth place.
MANHATTAN — Cowley County 4-H Hunting Skills captured the State title May 2 at the 2019 Wildlife Habitat Education Program Kansas State contest at the KSU Stocker Unit.
WICHITA — In a rematch of last season’s Region VI championship game, the No. 2-seeded Cowley College baseball team enacted a measure of revenge on 11th-seeded Barton by run-ruling the Cougars 10-2 on Thursday at the Region VI Tournament at Eck Stadium on the campus of Wichita State University.
TUCSON, Ariz. — Cowley College’s No. 1 doubles team of sophomores Bruno Hidaka Suiama and Angelo Yasuro Ito Tost defeated East Florida’s Adriel Azucey and Frederik Oervad 7-5, 7-5 in Thursday’s semifinal match at the NJCAA Division I Men’s National Championships.
TUCSON, Ariz. — The Cowley College men’s tennis team advanced two singles players and two doubles teams to Thursday’s semifinal matches at the NJCAA Division I National Championships.
Southwestern College seniors Catabrean Baumann and Cameron Hunt were named Outstanding Student-Athletes during an awards ceremony April 30 at Stewart Field House.
WICHITA — Cowley College sophomore Brannon Jordan tossed a complete game shutout Wednesday and the No. 2-seeded Tigers run-ruled seventh-seeded Cloud County 8-0 in the second round of the Region VI Tournament at Eck Stadium.
TUCSON, Ariz. — The Cowley College men’s tennis team surged into a tie for fourth place with Laredo College and Seward County with 24 team points Tuesday on Day 2 of the NJCAA Division I National Championships.
Central of Burden senior Maci Bruce is flanked by her family, from left, Joe Bruce, Tonya Bruce and Harper Syvoravong, of Atlanta, as she signs a National Letter of Intent to play softball at Southwestern College.
With its season on the line, the No. 2-seeded Cowley College baseball team blasted 15th-seed Pratt 15-1 in the rubber game Sunday at the best-of-three NJCAA Region VI Playoffs at City Ball Park.
TYLER, Texas — The Cowley College women’s tennis team, ranked sixth entering the NJCAA Division I Championships, wrapped up play Wednesday in a tie for fifth place with State College of Florida.
Winfield High School senior Jack Mull poses after signing a National Letter of Intent to compete in track and field at Cowley College. Jack’s mother, Michelle Mull, sits in front.
TYLER, Texas — The Cowley College women’s tennis team advanced two singles teams and a doubles team to the semifinals, and the Lady Tigers moved into a tie for fifth place Wednesday at the NJCAA D-I Championships at the Joann Medlock Murphy Tennis Center.
TYLER, Texas — The No.6-ranked Cowley College women’s tennis team was in a tie for sixth place out of 32 teams Tuesday after Day 2 of the NJCAA Division I Championships at the Joann Medlock Murphy Tennis Center.
PONCA CITY, Okla. — The No. 4-seeded Cowley College softball team shut out 11th-seeded Coffeyville in both games Saturday in the first round of the District E Tournament.
EL DORADO — The nationally-ranked Cowley College track and field teams competed last weekend at the Region VI/Jayhawk Conference Championships at Butler Community College.
CHANUTE — The No. 11-ranked Cowley College baseball team moved to within one game of capturing its third straight Jayhawk East title Thursday by splitting a doubleheader at Neosho County.
Winfield High School senior Jacob Weber signs a National Letter of Intent on Thursday to play basketball at Oklahoma Wesleyan University in Bartlesville as OWU coach Donnie Bostwick watches.