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Thursday, September 18, 2014
WEDNESDAY'S SCOREBOARD - COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL - Culver-Stockton 3, Mount Mercy 0 ..... Coe 3, Dubuque 0
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Kirkwood Community College - Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Eagles claim 2nd at Clarke golf

PEOSTA - The Kirkwood men's golf team finished second at the Clarke Fall Classic at Thunder Hills Country Club in Peosta Monday.

St. Ambrose won the title at 606. Kirkwood finished six strokes back at 612 in the 11-team field.

Dylan Daxon of Kirkwood tied for second with rounds of 76 and 75 for a 36-hole total of 9-over 151. Hunter Van Veen of DMACC was the medalist by

one shot at 150.

CLARKE FALL CLASSIC

Thunder Hills CC, Peosta

Par 71

Team Standings

1. St. Ambrose 606, 2. Kirkwood 612, 3. Dubuque Blue 620, 4. Clarke 625, 5. Viterbo 628, 6. NIACC 637, 7. DMACC 639, 8. Southwest Tech 649, 9. Iowa Wesleyan 689, 10. Dubuque White 699, 11. Clarke II 720.

Top 5 Individuals

 

1. Hunter Van Veen, DMACC        150

2. Dylan Daxon, Kirkwood         151

Danny Ormiston, St. Ambrose   151

Josh Schuberg, Dubuque Blue   151

5. Bennett Laxton, Viterbo       152

Kirkwood - 2. Dylan Daxon 76-75=151, 9. Dan Cuttcomp 75-78=153, 9. Carson Whittington 79-74=153, 19. Alex Garcia 84-74=158, 26. Blaine Buhr 81-81=162.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kirkwood in third at Clarke invite

PEOSTA - Kirkwood is in third place, just four shots out of the lead after the first of the Clarke Fall Classic at the Thunder Hills Country Club.

St. Ambrose (307) holds the lead after the first day on the par-71 layout. Dubuque Blue (309) is second, followed by Kirkwood at 311.

Hunter Van Veen of DMACC leads the individual race after shooting a 71. Kirkwood's Dan Cuttcomp is tied for second after shooting 75.

The tournament concludes Monday with a 9 a.m. start.

Team standings

1.  St. Ambrose 307, 2. Dubuque Blue 309, 3. Kirkwood 311, 4. Viterbo 316, 5. NIACC 317, 6. DMACC 320, 7. Clarke 324, 8. Southwest Tech 338, 9. Iowa Wesleyan 339, 10. Dubuque White 347, 11. Clarke II 357, 12. Palmer 371

KIRKWOOD SCORES: T2 Dan Cuttcomp 37-38 75, T 4 Dylan Daxon 37-39 76, T 13 Carson Whittington 41-38 79, T23 Blaine Buhr 40-41 81, T33 Alex Garcia 41-43 84.

 

No.7 Eagles spike Southwestern

The seventh-ranked Kirkwood volleyball team swept Southwestern, 25-21, 25-20, 25-17, in a junior college match at Johnson Hall Wednesday night.

Erin Wenzel led the Eagles (12-1) with 14 kills. Halle Lueck collected 32 assists and 10 digs.

Andrey Richards, Heather Poula and Nicole Snyder had nine digs. Payton Hilton blocked four shots.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 September 2014 21:06
   

Mustangs take second at own tourney

Mount Mercy came up three shots short, finishing tied for second behind Illinois Wesleyan in the Mount Mercy Invitational Sunday at Hunters Ridge.

The winners had a team score of 567. Mount Mercy and Grand View each had 570, Kirkwood was fourth at 584. Coe finished 22nd at 684.

Mount Mercy's best individual finishers were Nathan Chilcott and Jack South, who each finished tied for fifth at 141, four shots behind medalist Myles Pfingsten of Grand View.

TEAM STANDINGS

1. Illinois Wesleyan 567, 2. (tie) Mount Mercy 570, Grand View 570, 4. Kirkwood 584, 5. AIB 589, 6. Cardinal Stritch 592, 7. Grand View 'B' 600,8. St. Francis 601, 9. Simpson 607, 10. Viterbo 615.11. (tie) Black Hawk 619, Wartburg 619, 13. Mount Mercy Gold 622, 14. DMACC 631, 15. Walforf 634, 16. Loras 635, 17. Buena Vista 637, 18. Missouri Valley 638, 19. Clarke 647, 20. St. Mary's 658, 21. Viterbo Silver 665, 22. Coe 684.

MOUNT MERCY: 5. Nathan Chilcott 68-73=141, 5. Jack South 72-69=141, 11. Matt Schlueter 73-70=143, 19. Jacob Selander 73-73=146, 36. Jamie Booth 79-72=151.

KIRKWOOD: 12. Blaine Buhr 71-73=144, 15. Dan Cutkomp 73-72=145, 19. Aleix Riera Garcia 75-71=146, 29. Dylan Daxon 75-74=149, 36. Carson Whittington 76-75=151, 56. Drew Digman 73-84=157.

MOUNT MERCY GOLD: 29. Dillon Baker 76-73=149, 32. Warren Bynoe 76-74=150, 75. Ben Franklin 76-85=161, 81. Colton Clemmer 79-83=162.

COE: 42. Tyler Gunderson 76-77=153, 102. Anthony Worden 84-85=169, 114. Alex Everhart 86-95=181, 115.  Seth Inman 84-99=183, 119. Hunter Mulnix 101-97=198.

 

 

 

 

Mustangs take second at own tourney

Mount Mercy came up three shots short, finishing tied for second behind Illinois Wesleyan in the Mount Mercy Invitational Sunday at Hunters Ridge.

The winners had a team score of 567. Mount Mercy and Grand View each had 570, Kirkwood was fourth at 584. Coe finished 22nd at 684.

Mount Mercy's best individual finishers were Nathan Chilcott and Jack South, who each finished tied for fifth at 141, four shots behind medalist Myles Pfingsten of Grand View.

TEAM STANDINGS

1. Illinois Wesleyan 567, 2. (tie) Mount Mercy 570, Grand View 570, 4. Kirkwood 584, 5. AIB 589, 6. Cardinal Stritch 592, 7. Grand View 'B' 600,8. St. Francis 601, 9. Simpson 607, 10. Viterbo 615.11. (tie) Black Hawk 619, Wartburg 619, 13. Mount Mercy Gold 622, 14. DMACC 631, 15. Walforf 634, 16. Loras 635, 17. Buena Vista 637, 18. Missouri Valley 638, 19. Clarke 647, 20. St. Mary's 658, 21. Viterbo Silver 665, 22. Coe 684.

MOUNT MERCY: 5. Nathan Chilcott 68-73=141, 5. Jack South 72-69=141, 11. Matt Schlueter 73-70=143, 19. Jacob Selander 73-73=146, 36. Jamie Booth 79-72=151.

KIRKWOOD: 12. Blaine Buhr 71-73=144, 15. Dan Cutkomp 73-72=145, 19. Aleix Riera Garcia 75-71=146, 29. Dylan Daxon 75-74=149, 36. Carson Whittington 76-75=151, 56. Drew Digman 73-84=157.

MOUNT MERCY GOLD: 29. Dillon Baker 76-73=149, 32. Warren Bynoe 76-74=150, 75. Ben Franklin 76-85=161, 81. Colton Clemmer 79-83=162.

COE: 42. Tyler Gunderson 76-77=153, 102. Anthony Worden 84-85=169, 114. Alex Everhart 86-95=181, 115.  Seth Inman 84-99=183, 119. Hunter Mulnix 101-97=198.

 

 

 

   

Chilcott fires 68 as Mustangs take lead

Nathan Chilcott shot a 4-under-par 68 Saturday to help Mount Mercy take the first-round lead at the Cropper Golf Classic at Hunters Ridge.

Chilcott has a three-shot edge over seven golfers heading into the final round today.

Mount Mercy leads AIB, 286-290, in the team standings.

Blaine Buhr of Kirkwood fired a 1-under 71 and is tied for second place. The Eagles are in fifth place in the standings.

Tyler Gunderson shot a 4-over 76 for Coe, which is in 21st place out of 22 teams.

TEAM STANDINGS

1. Mount Mercy 286, 2. AIB 290, 3. (tie) Grand View 292, Illinois Wesleyan 292, 5. Kirkwood 294, 6. (tie) Cardinal Stritch 299, St. Francis 299, 8. (tie) Grand View 'B' 304, Viterbo 304, 10. Wartburg 306, 11. Mount Mercy Gold 307, 12. DMACC 314, 13. Simpson 316, 14. (tie) Black Hawk 317,Waldorf 317, 16. Loras 319, 17. Buena Vista 325, 18. Missouri Valley 325, 19. Clarke 327, 20. Viterbo Silver 329, 21. Coe 330, 22. Saint Mary's 340.

MOUNT MERCY: 1. Nathan Chilcott 68, 9. Jack South 72, 16. Matt Schlueter 73, 16. Jacob Selander 73, 55. Jamie Booth 79.

KIRKWOOD: 2. Blaine Buhr 71, 16. Dan Cutkomp 73, 16. Drew Digman 73, 34. Dylan Daxon 75, 34. Aleix Riera Garcia 75, 38. Carson Whittington 76.

MOUNT MERCY GOLD: 38. Dillon Baker, 38. Warren Bynoe 76, 38. Ben Franklin 76, 55. Colton Clemmer 79.

COE: 38. Tyler Gunderson 76, 97. Seth Inman 84, 97. Anthony Worden 84, 105. Alex Everhart 86, 118. Hunter Mulnix 101.

 

 

 

No.7 Eagles raise record to 11-1

Some colleges invite a bunch of weak teams to their tournament and call it a Classic, but that's not how it works for the Kirkwood volleyball program.

The Eagles invited the very best Division II teams in the midwest to their tournament this weekend and got a good idea of where they stand against quality competition.

As it turns out, the Eagles are in good shape.

The tournament featured No.1 Parkland, No.2 Cowley, No.3 Johnson County, No.4 Illinois Central and No.17 Iowa Central, along with Lincoln Land and Central (Neb.).

Kirkwood compiled a 3-1 record in the tournament with victories over Cowley, Iowa Central and Lincoln Land, with the lone loss to Illinois Central.

"What a great tournament," said KCC Coach Jill Williams. "Everybody was battling it out."

Last Updated on Sunday, 07 September 2014 09:24

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No.7 Eagles win 8th match in row

Heather Poula collected 19 kills and 22 digs Wednesday night as No.7 Kirkwood defeated Northeast (Neb.) Community College, 25-11, 25-23, 22-25, 25-15, in a volleyball match at Johnson Hall.

Halle Lueck distributed 47 assists for the Eagles.

Kirkwood raised its record to 8-0.

 

Rima casts eye on Prairie baseball job

Kirkwood Community College baseball coach Todd Rima confirmed Monday that he's interested in becoming the new head baseball coach at Cedar Rapids Prairie.

If hired by Prairie, Rima would continue to serve as the head coach at Kirkwood and hold both jobs.

"I would consider it. Yes," Rima remarked when asked if he's interested in the post at Prairie.

Matt Thede resigned as Prairie's baseball coach after the 2014 season to become the athletic director and assistant principal at Mount Vernon High School.

Rocky Bennett, the athletic director at Prairie, confirmed he has spoken to Rima informally about the job, but quickly added that he's spoken to several other potential candidates as well. Bennett said he'd move forward on the selection process in September.

Joe Yegge, the softball coach at Kirkwood, is also the head softball coach at Prairie, so there is precedent for someone doing both jobs. Rima said he has talked to Yegge about the demands of holding both assignments.

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No.7 KCC spikers sweep Iowa Lakes

The seventh-ranked Kirkwood volleyball team raised its record to 6-0 Friday by sweeping Iowa Lakes, 25-15, 25-17, 25-17, in a junior college match at Johnson Hall.

Heather Poula led the Eagles with 15 kills.

Halle Lueck distributed 36 assists and Nicole Snyder had 11 digs.

Last Updated on Friday, 29 August 2014 18:40
   
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