His coaching resume is as unique as they come: football, golf, tennis, track and field. Not to mention he also taught — and served as the AD.
The Great Plains Athletic Conference, home to Concordia, and Heart of America Athletic Conference both announced its intentions to move forward.
Kate Grint accomplished the goal she penciled in as a Doane freshman. Now she's moving on, despite the NAIA granting another year of eligibility.
A Husker football player and a track athlete are among the 10 national semifinalists for the Arthur Ashe Jr. Male Athlete of the Year Award.
Division II athletes in spring sports will receive another year of eligibility after their seasons were canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.
She made it. Kristina Insingo was there, at the national championship meet for the college indoor track season.
This will affect Doane, Concordia, Midland, Hastings, Bellevue, Peru State and York College.
Following the lead of numerous collegiate conferences, the American Rivers Conference has canceled the remainder of spring athletic competitions.
Concordia's Rachel Battershell ran away with the women's 400-meter dash and a Bulldog school record Saturday at the NAIA Indoor Championship in Brookings, South Dakota.
Doane's Levi Sudbeck won his second consecutive heptathlon national title on Friday in Brookings, South Dakota.
Husker athletes won four indoor track titles and Nebraska Wesleyan had one champion at the Prairie Wolf Invitational on Friday at the Devaney Sports Center.
Nebraska's George Kusche placed seventh in the 1,500-meter race at the West Regional track meet Saturday in Sacramento, California, making him part of a host of Husker qualifiers for the NCAA meet.
The Nebraska Wesleyan women entered the weekend winners of six straight national championships in the 4x400-meter relay.
Nebraska senior Carlos Davis finished fourth in the discus Friday at the NCAA West Regional on Friday in Sacramento, California, with a top effort of 191 feet, 11 inches.
A look at some of the collegiate track action from Thursday featuring athletes from the state of Nebraska, the Huskers at the NCAA West Regional and more.
Elizabeth and Kaylee Jones won state meet all-class gold medals twice in the 4x400-meter relay in high school at Millard South.
A roundup of the college track action from Saturday.
Nebraska Wesleyan hosts a high school indoor track meet. Journal Star photos by Kayla Wolf
Stephanie Ahrens, a Lincoln Southwest graduate and Omaha track athlete, placed fifth overall at the NCAA Championships in the high jump with a height of 5'11.25.
Nebraska Wesleyan's super four made it a super six on Saturday.
The Doane women's track team placed fourth in team points Saturday at the NAIA indoor championships in Brookings, South Dakota.
When Michaela Dendinger starts her occupational therapy program at the University of South Dakota this fall, she will be unlike most of her classmates.
Nebraska Wesleyan track and field coach Ted Bulling sees the Jones sisters as pretty interchangeable.
The throwing titles kept coming on Saturday's final day of the NAIA Championships.
Concordia thrower Samantha Liermann finished second in the women's shot put Friday in the NAIA Championships in Gulf Shores, Alabama.
Wayne State senior Michaela Dendinger posted a school-record throw of 212 feet, 3 inches in the hammer throw Thursday to win a national championship at the NCAA Division II Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Aspen Rolfes noticed early on during Nebraska Wesleyan track practices.
The Nebraska Wesleyan women won the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference outdoor track title, ending an 18-year run of consecutive titles by Wartburg.