Jenna Taylor posted a 21-point, 10-rebound double-double and the Simpson women’s basketball team shot better than 50-percent from the field in a 100-65 win over Millikin in the season opener Sunday at Cowles Fieldhouse.
Cam Bunting ran for 254 yards, Tanner Krueger threw five touchdown passes and the Simpson football team closed the 2018 season in impressive fashion, routing Buena Vista 56-7 at a cold J. Leslie Rollins Stadium.
Conor Riordan scored a game-high 35 points—including the game-tying 3-pointer at the end of regulation—but his heroics weren’t enough as the Simpson men’s basketball team lost to Bethany Lutheran in overtime, 103-100 in the season-opener Saturday.
The Simpson football team hits the road for the final game of the 2018 season Saturday, Nov. 10 when the Storm travel to Storm Lake to take on the Buena Vista Beavers at J. Leslie Rollins Stadium. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m.
Simpson women’s tennis players Kayla Reusche and Emily King earned American Rivers All-Conference honors for the 2018 season, as voted on by the league’s nine head coaches. Reusche earned all-conference honors for both singles and doubles while King was an honorable mention pick.
Cam Bunting ran for 89 hard-earned yards and Brendan Holmes had two interceptions, but the combination of Maurece Herrion and Dwayne Allen, Jr. led Dubuque to a 17-6 win over the Simpson football team Saturday at a rain-soaked Buxton Stadium.
Two of the three teams involved in the tie for first in the American Rivers Conference meet Saturday, Nov. 3 when the Simpson football team hosts the Dubuque Spartans at Buxton Stadium. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m.
Cam Bunting ran for 153 yards and three touchdowns, Michael Connor led a stout defensive effort that held the league's best rushing attack in-check, and the Simpson football team beat Luther 27-17, spoiling homecoming at Carlson Stadium on Saturday.
he trio of Kaitlyn Murano, Audrey Klein, and Shelby Hunemiller finished within six seconds of each other, leading the Simpson women’s cross country team to a sixth-place finish at the American Rivers Conference Championship hosted by Nebraska Wesleyan on Saturday.
The Simpson men's soccer team held a decisive advantage on the stat sheet, but Miguel Pina's goal in the eighth minute of overtime gave Central a 2-1 win Saturday in the first round of the American Rivers Conference Tournament.
The Simpson football team looks to stay in the hunt for an American Rivers Conference championship when it travels to Decorah, Iowa on Saturday, Oct. 27 to face the Luther Norse. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. at Carlson Stadium.