ST. LOUIS – The American Midwest Conference will enter a new era of branding in 2015-16, as commissioner Will Wolper announced a new logo, which will be used fully in place of the AMC's current logo beginning August 1.
The logo package features a primary mark, individual sport logos, championship logos and special-use logos to create and enhance the unified brand for the American Midwest Conference.
"It's an exciting time as the American Midwest Conference enters our next phase, and what better way to do that than with a fresh look," Wolper said. "The entire logo package, from the primary and secondary marks to individual sport and championship logos, to special-use logos, gives an updated feel to the Conference brand that can be in the forefront of our continued efforts to make the AMC known and one of the premier conferences in the NAIA.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.—The No. 3-ranked William Woods University men's golf team finished the NAIA National Championship with its best placing in program history, as the Owls ended up in second place, totaling a 4-over par 1156 (282-295-293-286).
COLUMBIA, Mo. - Stephens College President Dianne Lynch announced today that Ray Fron, head basketball and golf coach, will assume the role of interim Athletics Director, effective immediately.
While many of their classmates were enjoying a relaxing vacation on the beach, STLCOP cross country and track runners Matt McKenzie (P2) and Sarah Pollmann (P1) spent their Spring Break volunteering 8-13 hours a day at a hospital pharmacy in Catecamas, Honduras.
POOLER, Ga.—The No. 5-ranked William Woods University women's golf team earned a runner-up finish at the 2015 NAIA National Championship on Friday afternoon, as the team ended the four-day event with an 81-over par 1233 (305-307-316-305).