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12.7.2013 : Women's Basketball
Peru State WBB Gets First HAAC Win
A well-balanced scoring effort with four players in double figures helped Peru State women's basketball earn its first Heart of America Athletic Conference (HAAC) win of the season.
12.6.2013 : Volleyball
Peterson and Lierz Named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athletes
The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced Friday that 391 volleyball student-athletes have been named 2013 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athletes
12.6.2013 : Men's Basketball
Raven Men Defeat Bobcats in Basketball Action
After trailing 19-16 with seven minutes to go in the first half, the Peru State men's basketball team saw the visiting Ravens finish with a 19-4 taking a big advantage at halftime.
12.6.2013 : Women's Basketball
Hot Shooting Ravens Top Peru State WBB
It is tough when the opponent shoots 58% in the first half of a game. The Peru State women's basketball team ran into a hot shooting Benedictine College team on Thursday night.
12.4.2013 : Men's Basketball
Bohy Scores 40 in Loss to Haskell
What is believed to have been the first 40-point individual performance since 2005 by a Bobcat was for naught as Peru State lost to Haskell Indian Nations University 100-90 on Tuesday night.
12.3.2013 : Women's Basketball
Shelbie Hess Earns HAAC POW for Women’s BB
For the first time this season, a Bobcat basketball player has earned Heart of America Athletic Conference (HAAC) recognition.
12.2.2013 : General
Peterson and Lempka Bobcat Athletes of the Month
Peru State athletic director
announced on Monday that volleyball/basketball player
and football player
were selected as the Bobcat Athletes of the month for November.
12.2.2013 : Football
Ford Named to Capital One Academic All-America® College ...
For the second straight year, a member of the Peru State Bobcat football team has been named to the 2013 Capital One Academic All-America® College Division Football Team as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
Saturday, December 14
at Haskell Indian Nations University
2:00 p.m. - Lawrence, Kan.
Tuesday, December 17
at University of St. Mary
6:00 p.m. - Leavenworth, Kan.
at Morningside College
7:00 p.m. - Sioux City, Iowa
Sunday, December 29
at University of Nebraska-Omaha (Exhibition)
1:00 pm - Omaha, Neb.
Thursday, January 2
at Avila University
5:30 p.m. - Kansas City, Mo.
at Avila University
7:30 p.m. - Kansas City, Mo.
Friday, January 3
vs Bethany College
2:00 p.m. - Salina, Kan.
Athletes of the Month
Brittany Peterson was named the November Bobcat Female Athlete of Month.
Peterson is being named for the honor after receiving two different recognitions in November, as well as, taking just a couple of days off before joining the Bobcat women’s basketball team.
In November, Peterson earned Heart of America Athletic Conference (HAAC) honorable mention for volleyball. In HAAC play only, Peterson led the conference in blocks per set (1.5) and total blocks (52).
In addition, Peterson earned Capital One Academic All-District recognition. Peterson was named to the second team for District 28. Her award was based on her athletic, academic and community service activities. In addition, Peterson will be named a 2013 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete when the awards are announced later in December.
Zach Lempka was selected as the November Male Athlete of the Month.
Lempka was named the November Male Athlete of the Month after earning HAAC Football All-Conference First Team recognition, as well as, being named as part of the first Cliff Harris Award nominees.
In being recognized by the HAAC and the Cliff Harris Award, Lempka’s statistics for the fall included - 69 total tackles – 27 unassisted & 42 assisted; 8 tackles for loss of 36 yards; 3 sacks for loss of 23 yards; 1 interception; 5 pass deflections; 1 fumble recovery; 2 forced fumbles; 3 blocked kicks; Tied for 4
in fumbles forced per game (0.2) – 37
in the NAIA; Tied for 11
in HAAC in sacks per game (0.3); Tied for 13
in HAAC in total sacks (3.0); Tied for 15
in HAAC in tackles for loss per game (0.8); Tied for 17
in HAAC in tackles for loss (8.5); and Tied for 20
in HAAC in tackles per game – all positions (6.3).
Lempka will also earn the Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete recognition later in December.