Trevor is currently the Sports Information Director for Southwestern College (Winfield, KS)

Men's and women's track & field teams enjoy personal records at Pittsburg State

Pittsburg, Kan. - The Southwestern College men's and women's track & field teams concluded their second indoor meet of the young season over the weekend at Pittsburg State for the Crimson & Gold Invitational. A mirror image of their first meet at Kansas last month, the teams saw great individual performances and also overall success as a collective unit across various events and races. Ten different members of the men's and women's teams saw personal records over the weekend in this meet alone,

Men's basketball bounces back with 80-67 victory over Saint Mary

Leavenworth, Kan. - The Southwestern College men's basketball team bounced back following their first loss of the season with an 80-67 road win over the Saint Mary Spires Saturday afternoon. Coming off a cold shooting night against Friends earlier in the week, the Builders were able to get production from the three-point line against the Spires, but also had success shooting as a whole. Overall, Southwestern avoided any major scoring droughts- jumping out to a seven-point halftime lead and even

Women's basketball defeated by Friends 77-50

Winfield, Kan. - The Southwestern College women's basketball team fell Wednesday night to their rival, Friends University Falcons, by a score of 77-50 in Stewart Field House. The final score indicated a more lopsided affair than majority of the game played out as an 11-point fourth quarter for the Falcons allowed them to pour on to their existing lead and end the game with a more comfortable win. The first quarter could have turned out to be worse than it was as Southwestern finished the frame

Men's basketball suffers first loss of season against (RV) Friends

Winfield, Kan. - The Southwestern College men's basketball team suffered their first setback of the season Wednesday night, falling to their conference rival, Friends Falcons, by a score of 82-76 in Stewart Field House. In a match up where records mean nothing when these two play, it was anticipated to be a high-energy affair and that is exactly what a packed Stewart Field House got as these two teams traded buckets from the get-go. All eyes were on the two teams' leading scorers, Cameron Hunt

Kari Blattner named RCB Bank Athlete of the Month for November

Winfield, Kan. - Southwestern College cross country and track & field athlete, Kari Blattner, has been named the RCB Bank Athlete of the Month for November. Blattner, a double major in elementary education and business administration, is currently making the most of her senior year (academically) at Southwestern College and is coming off a very successfull fall cross country season. To wrap up the cross country slate, Blattner placed 2nd at the KCAC Championships in North Newton, Kansas with a

Men's and women's track & field concludes first meet of season at Kansas University

Lawrence, Kan. - The Southwestern College men's and women's track & field teams concluded their first indoor meet of the season this past Saturday at the Bob Timmons Challenge at Kansas University. Overall, the team did an exceptional job competing against several NCAA Division I clubs and had several outstanding individual performances- inlcuding a couple top 5 finishes between both the men and the women. Perhaps the biggest standout performance was from Bryce Grahn (SO/Clarendon, Texas), who

Women's basketball falls at McPherson 66-56

McPherson, Kan. - The Southwestern College women's basketball team fell on the road Saturday afternoon by a score of 66-56 at the hands of the McPherson Bulldogs. The Lady Builders looked very sharp in the first half as they put up 41 points in 20 minutes to grab a five-point lead at halftime behind the offensive prominence of Marissa Evans (JR/Wichita, Kan.) and Jazmyne Laskey (JR/Edmond, Okla.)- combining for 28 of the team's 41 points in the first two quarters. Evans and Laskey were held in

Men's basketball erases 15-point deficit, defeats McPherson 91-87

McPherson, Kan. - The Southwestern College men's basketball team avoided their first blemish of the season, winning a thriller over McPherson Saturday night by a score of 91-87. The Builders trailed by as many as 15 in the first half, ultimately facing a 12-point deficit at the break due to scorching hot shooting by the McPherson Bulldogs. Southwestern then continued to do what they have done all season, which is responding to adversity and making the neccesary adjustments in the second half to

Women's basketball defeated by Kansas Wesleyan 93-58

Winfield, Kan. - The Southwestern College women's basketball team was upended by the visiting Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes Thursday night by a score of 93-58 from inside Stewart Field House. The Lady Builders dug themselves an early hole- falling down 31-10 after just the first quarter and preventing themselves from any viable chance to make it a game again. While turnovers have been the story all season for the Lady Builders and saw another 21 committed Wednesday night in the contest, they also for

Men's basketball snaps three game losing streak to Kansas Wesleyan, defeats Coyotes 71-63

Winfield, Kan. - The Southwestern College men's basketball team continued its early-season domination and improved to a perfect 9-0 on the season following a 71-63 home win over the Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes Thursday night. Coming off the season in which the Coyotes were the only team to sweep the Builders, Southwestern College knew they had a tough matchup facing them as they continue to play with a target on their back as teams try to hand them their first loss of the year. Kansas Wesleyan jump

Women's wrestling continues to show improvement following exhibition match at York

York, Neb. - The Southwestern College women's wrestling team competed in their second outing if its inaugural season Wednesday night at York College. Overall, the team went 0-6 as three Lady Builders competed in two matches each. In their first performances of the season, Allie Lawrence (SR/Winfield, Kan.) and Jakayla Anthony (SO/Longview, Texas) were both able to get some much-needed in-match experience- which will serve as a major benefit moving forward and into the heart of the season. Nisa

Tennis: Four Southwestern players earn spot in Fall ITA rankings

Tempe, Ariz. - The Fall edition of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) regional and national rankings were announced on Wednesday, with four Southwestern College players seeing recognition between the men and women's teams. On a national level, Brailey McMinn (SO/Canyon, Texas) earned the No. 41 spot in the country for women's singles, making her the first ever Southwestern College tennis player to receive this honor in its program's history. McMinn recently earned second place at the

Men's basketball defeats Barclay 83-62 to improve to 8-0

Winfield, Kan. - The Southwestern College men's basketball team improved to 8-0 on the season following an 83-62 non-conference victory over the visiting Barclay Bears Wednesday night. In a game where the Moundbuilders were without leading scorer Cameron Hunt (SR/Duncanville, Texas), the team was able to turn on the jets on offense with a well-rounded, balanced attack- particularly in the first half. Of the 13 players to enter the game, 12 were able to get in the scoring column- led by Andrew H

Hunt's 44 leads men's basketball to 92-84 victory over York

Winfield, Kan. - The Southwestern College men's basketball team earned their seventh straight win to begin the season Monday night, defeating the York College Panthers 92-84 inside of Stewart Field House. The night belonged to Cameron Hunt (SR/Duncanville, Texas) as his season-high 44 points, one point off of the single-game school record set by him a year ago, led the way for the Builders in a close and high-energy battle with the third-place Panthers. Also adding seven assists, Hunt ended the

Women's basketball notches first win of season with 72-60 victory over York

Winfield, Kan. - The Southwestern College women's basketball team got into the win column Monday night as they defeated the York College Panthers at home by a score of 72-60. Following a two-point deficit after the first quarter, the Lady Builders took control of the second frame- charging out to a 21-11 advantage and grabbing the eight-point lead at halftime. From there, even play was sufficient enough as two-point victories in both the third and fourth quarters prevented the Panthers from cla

Men's Basketball: Balanced attack leads Builders to 83-72 victory over Bethany

Lindsborg, Kan. - The Southwestern College men's basketball team kept their undefeated season in tact Tuesday night following a double-digit road win over the Bethany Swedes by a score of 83-72. The Swedes came out with great energy to begin the game, grabbing early command of the lead and limiting the Builders to tough and contested shots. Despite what seemed to be a half dominated by Bethany, the Builders still managed to pull within two at the break. The rest of the game was fairly even as w

Women's Basketball: Slow start dooms Lady Builders as they fall to Ottawa

Winfield, Kan. - The Southwestern College women's basketball team fell on Saturday to the Ottawa Braves by a score of 68-52 in front of a home crowd in Stewart Field House. A slow first quarter proved to be the difference maker as the Braves outscored the Lady Builders 18-4 in the first frame. The next three quarters combined, Southwestern saw just a -2 point differential, winning the second and tying the third quarter. As the Lady Builders inch back to full strength, the team saw another soli

Men's Basketball: Barrage of three-pointers lead Builders to 101-82 win over Ottawa

Winfield, Kan. - The Southwestern College men's basketball team continued their hot start to the season Saturday evening, defeating the Ottawa Braves at home by a score of 101-82. Three-pointers were the story for the Builders as the team reached double-digit makes from behind the arc in just the first half, eventually finishing 17-33 for the game's entirety. Not only did the Builders shoot over 50 percent from downtown, but a 53 percent mark overall and twice as many second-chance points than

Blattner, Staples, Grahn conclude races at NAIA Individual Championships

Cedar Rapids, Iowa - The 2018 NAIA men's and women's cross country championships concluded Friday afternoon at Seminole Valley Course in upper Iowa. Southwestern College sent three runners to this year's individual championships, two on the women's side and one on the men's. Bryce Grahn (SO/Clarendon, Texas) was the lone representative for the Moundbuilders on the men's side as he finished second overall at the KCAC Championships earlier this month. Grahn finished 114th overall at the national

Women's Basketball: Lady Builders fall to No. 20 Tabor

Winfield, Kan. - The Southwestern College women's basketball team fell to the No. 20 nationally ranked Tabor Bluejays Wednesday night by a score of 64-45. While on paper the score indicates a double-digit loss, the Lady Builders held their own quite nicely against the KCAC preseason favorites. The first half was almost all Bluejays as Tabor was able to run out and grab a lead following an 18-10 first quarter advantage and a 33-18 halftime lead. In the second half, the Lady Builders finished th
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