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Kirkwood Community College - Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Kirkwood sweeps to pair of volleyball wins

BOONE - Kirkwood won two volleyball matches Friday at the DMACC tournament.

The Eagles beat MMC-Longview, Mo., 3-0, then blanked South Suburban, Ill., 3-0.

Heather Poula had 14 kills, Erin Walker 12 kills and 12 digs, Cali Byer 12 digs and Amber Timmins 12 digs against MMC-Longview. The Eagles won by scores of 25-12, 25-18, 25-12.

 

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Muhl welcomes new team at Kirkwood

Kim Muhl was not entirely happy with his women's basketball team at Kirkwood last season.

The Eagles went 28-5 and captured another conference title, but Muhl had trouble communicating with the club at times.

Dysfunctional, he called them.

Some graduated. Some left the program on their own. Some were not invited back.

 

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No.19 DMACC clips No.4 Kirkwood

BOONE - The fourth-ranked Kirkwood Eagles lost to No.19 DMACC, 25-15, 22-25, 25-18, 25-20, in a battle of top conference volleyball teams Wednesday night in Boone.

Kirkwood fell to 7-1 in the ICCAC conference, with DMACC now a half-game behind at 6-1. Kirkwood is 23-6 overall and DMACC is 20-8.

Heather Poula collected 16 kills for the Eagles. Erin Walker had 11, Amber Timmins eight and Payton Hilton seven.

Timmins contributed 32 assists and 13 digs. Cali Beyer had 22 digs, Poula 13, Timmins 13, Walker 11 and Chelsea Gryp 11.

   

Moore wins Kirkwood golf tourney

Former Kennedy golfer Harrison Moore claimed top honors at Kirkwood's Fall Eagle Classic Monday at Hunters Ridge.

Moore finished in first place with rounds of 70 and 73 for a 36-hole total of 1-under-par 143 to help Indian Hills Community College win the title. He beat teammate Jakob Garstecki by two shots.

Indian Hills took the title at 577. Kirkwood finished second at 601.

Nathan Chilcott of Kirkwood tied for third place at 71-75=146.

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Indian Hills leads Kirkwood golf meet

Indian Hills Community College fired an even-par score of 288 to grab the lead after the first day of the Kirkwood Invitational golf tournament at Hunters Ridge in Marion.

The Kirkwood Eagles are in second place at 297.

Ben Hogan of Iowa Central has the 18-hole lead with a 3-under-par 69. Kennedy High School graduate Harrison Moore shot a 2-under 70 for Indian Hills.

Nathan Chilcott paced Kirkwood with a 1-under 71.

 

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No.4 Kirkwood spikers crush Clinton

CLINTON - Erin Walker collected 12 kills Thursday night as No.4 Kirkwood sailed past Clinton, 25-11, 25-17, 25-9, in an ICCAC volleyball match in Clinton.

Erin Walker led the Eagles (23-5, 7-0) with 12 kills. Heather Poula had eight smashes.

Amber Timmins finished with 25 assists and eight digs. Cali Beyer had seven digs, Chelsea Gryp six and Poula five.

 

No.4 Eagles sweep Iowa Lakes

The fourth-ranked Kirkwood volleyball team breezed to a 25-8, 25-15, 25-17 victory over Iowa Lakes in an ICCAC match Wednesday night at Johnson Hall.

Heather Poula led the Eagles (22-5, 6-0) with 12 kills. Erin Walker had 10 kills and Payton Hilton eight.

Amber Timmins collected 28 assists. Cali Beyer had 22 digs.

   

Petersen takes charge at Kirkwood

Bryan Petersen is technically the "interim" head coach of the Kirkwood men's basketball team, but there's no doubt who was in charge Tuesday when the Eagles began preseason drills at Johnson Hall.

Doug Wagemester stepped aside as the head coach after last season and Petersen, one of his assistants, was quickly named to lead the team this season.  Wagemester, the school's athletic director, will decide at some point whether he wants to coach the team again next year or not.

In the meantime, Petersen is running the club on his own, although Wagemester's office is just a few steps away if he wants any advice.

Petersen, 26, played for Wagemester at Kirkwood and was a starting point guard at Iowa State. He knows the system and was fully in charge Tuesday.

 

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Kirkwood falls to No.3 Johnson County

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - The Kirkwood volleyball team split two matches on the final day of a junior college tournament in Overland Park (Kan.) Saturday morning.

The fifth-ranked Eagles (21-5) whipped Central (Neb.), 25-13, 25-22, 25-16, but lost to No.3 Johnson County (Kan.), 25-23, 25-20, 25-20.

Erin Walker had 11 kills and 15 digs against Central. Amber Timmins collected 32 aces, Cali Beyer had 21 digs, Payton Hilton had nine kills and Heather Poula had eight kills.

Timmins had 34 assists in the loss to Johnson County. Poula led KCC with 15 kills and Hilton had eight. Walker and Beyer had 10 digs apiece.

   

Kirkwood spikers sweep 2 matches

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - The fifth-ranked Kirkwood volleyball team raised its record to 20-4 Friday by sweeping two matches at the Johnson County tournament.

The Eagles blanked Iowa Lakes, 25-15, 25-11, 25-17, and swept North Platte (Neb.), 25-18, 25-17, 25-16.

Heather Poula led Kirkwood against Iowa Lakes with 14 kills. Erin Walker had 11 kills, Alicen Wintermote nine and Payton Hilton six. Amber Timmins collected 32 assists and Cali Beyer had 12 digs.

Walker paced the Eagles against North Platte with nine kills. Poula and Hilton had eight kills. Wintermote had seven kills. Timmins finished with 32 more assists and six kills. Beyer had 16 digs.

   
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