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Thu, Jul. 24, 2014 - [AMC] - Viewed 369 times
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FULTON, Mo.—The William Woods University Athletics Department is excited to announce its newest addition to the coaching staff, as Lauren Meier has been hired to be the men's and women's tennis coach.

Fri, Jul. 18, 2014 - [Softball] - Viewed 419 times
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ST. LOUIS – For the third time in four years, a member of the Hannibal-LaGrange University coaching staff has been selected as the American Midwest Conference's nominee for the NAIA Coach of Character Award.

Fri, Jul. 18, 2014 - [Women's Basketball] - Viewed 372 times
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ST. LOUIS – Stephens College basketball player Dana Heggemann was selected as the recipient of the American Midwest Conference (AMC) Emil S. Liston Award, announced by the league office on Friday.


The prestigious Emil S. Liston Award annually recognizes junior student-athletes in men's and women's basketball based on athletic achievement, academic excellence and character. As a winner at the conference level, Heggemann will represent the AMC on the ballot for the Emil S. Liston National Award, which will be announced by the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) in September.

Fri, Jul. 18, 2014 - [AMC] - Viewed 372 times
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FULTON, Mo.—William Woods University softball player Brailee Schulte has been chosen by the American Midwest Conference (AMC) as the winner of the A.O. Duer award.

Thu, Jul. 17, 2014 - [AMC] - Viewed 385 times

St. Louis, Mo. - William Woods University made it three straight in 2013-14, winning the American Midwest Conference (AMC) President's Cup. The AMC President's Cup is awarded to the all-sports champion of the league and is based on final regular season standings for all team sports and conference meets for golf, cross country, indoor and outdoor track and field.

The top four finishers in the President's Cup race are identical from a year ago with the Owls of William Woods coming out on top, scoring 557.5 points out of a possible 660.  William Woods had a record breaking spring, winning five of the six championships and sending teams and individuals from all six spring sports to their respective national championships.  In addition, the Owls swept the indoor track and field championships and claimed the women's cross country title.


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