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10.23.2014 : Women's Basketball
Peru State Women’s Basketball 2014-15 Season Outlook
The Peru State women's basketball team looks to rebuild this upcoming season with eight returners and six newcomers develop a new team chemistry and attitude as they approach the 2014-15 season. The Bobcats lost only one senior, a four-year starter,
10.22.2014 : Volleyball
Bobcat VB Claws the Ravens
If you would add up the total scores, Peru State would have lost their volleyball game in Atchison, Kan., on Tuesday night. However, as long as you win three sets by two points each, you win the game.
10.20.2014 : Volleyball
Hull Earns Third Heart Libero of the Week Recognition
After averaging more than seven digs per set during the week that saw the Bobcat volleyball team win their 19
games of the season,
was named the Heart of America Athletic Conference Libero of the Week.
10.19.2014 : Volleyball
Bobcat VB Topples Top Team in KCAC
After topping two Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) foes on Saturday, the Peru State volleyball team improved to 20-11 on the season. This gives the Bobcat back-to-back 20-win seasons which is the best performance since the 2002 campaign.
10.19.2014 : Football
Benedictine Topples Bobcat Football 49-6
After playing the Ravens tough last year in Auburn, the Peru State football team was toppled by Benedictine College 49-6 on Saturday. With the win, it gave Benedictine head coach Larry Wilcox his 250
victory, moving him ahead of legendary coach Lou Holtz for 22
in all-time football coaching ...
10.17.2014 : General
Peru State SAAC Makes Another Donation to Project Response
For the past six years, Peru State's Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) has participated in the annual Make A Difference Day sponsored by the
. SAAC is made up of student-athletes representing the nine athletic programs offered at the College.
10.17.2014 : Women's Basketball
Stuart, Hess, and Harward Selected as Bobcat WBB Captains
Peru State women's basketball head coach
recently announced that the Bobcats had selected seniors
(Las Animas, Colo.),
and Brittany (Peterson) Harward
as their 2014-15 captains.
10.16.2014 : Women's Basketball
Baker Picked to Repeat HAAC Women's Hoops Title
Defending Heart of America Athletic Conference (HAAC) champion Baker received eight of ten first place votes to sit atop the 2014-15 Women's Basketball Preseason Coaches' Poll, released Wednesday morning as part of the Virtual Media Day presentation.
Saturday, October 25
Women's Cross Country
at Mid-States Classic
10:00 a.m. - Winfield, Kan.
at Avila University
1:00 p.m. - Kansas City, Kan.
at Central Baptist College
2:00 p.m. - McPherson, Kan.
at Central Christian College
4:00 p.m. - McPherson, Kan.
Thursday, October 30
at Graceland University
7:00 p.m. - Lamoni, Iowa
Friday, October 31
vs Grace University
7:00 p.m. - Peru, Neb.
Saturday, November 1
vs MidAmerica Nazarene University
1:00 p.m. - Peru, Neb.
vs Doane College
6:00 p.m. - Peru, Neb.
Athletes of the Month
Marisa Pribnow was selected as the September Bobcat Female Athlete of the Month.
At Peru State’s final golf tournament of the fall, Pribnow shot a disappointing opening round of 88, but then rebounded with a school record 76 for 18 holes on Friday. This effort broke the previous record of 79 which had been set last year and tied earlier in the same week that Pribnow broke the record. For her record-setting efforts, Pribnow was named the Heart of America Athletic Conference Golfer of the Week.
Pribnow finished in a tie for seventh at the Nebraska Wesleyan Invite that week and earlier in the week, she finished tied for ninth in Peru State’s own tournament. Earlier in September, Pribnow was the medalist at the Graceland Invitational.
Greg Conry was selected as the Bobcat Male Athlete of the Month for September.
It was Conry’s late-game heroics that came on a 35-yard field goal with 58 seconds left in the game giving the Bobcats a 23-21 victory over then-No. 19 Friends University (Kan.) on Sept. 13 in the NAIA Football Game of the Week. Conry ended the game making three of three field goals, including kicks of 31, 34, and 35 yards. In addition, he converted two of two PAT attempts and had six kickoffs averaging 62.7 yards per kick, including three touchbacks.
For his efforts, Conry first earned Heart of America Athletic Conference Special Teams Player of the Week honors. This was followed the next day by the NAIA naming Conry as the NAIA’s Special Teams Player of the Week.