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Home Sports Sower Sports Weekly Top 10: January 21, 2018

by Jacy Johnston

 

  1. BASEBALL– Preseason GPAC rankings have the Bulldogs in first, as they prepare to defend their GPAC title this season under fourth year head coach Ryan Dupic.
  2. WOMEN’S BASKETBALL–The women’s basketball team stretched their win streak to 21-0 with a 107-68 win over Dordt College.
  3. MEN’S BASKETBALL– The Men’s Basketball team is back in the win column after a three game losing streak. The Bulldogs defeated Dordt 74-58 on Saturday.
  4. TRACK & FIELD– The Track and Field team turned in 11 event champions at the Polar Dog invite, paced by the throwers who won all four event titles.
  5. CHEER– Competing in a quadrangular on Saturday before cheering at the basketball games, the cheer team placed second to Doane (75.25) with a score of 73.75.
  6. DANCE– In competition on Saturday, the dance team fell to Doane in the morning 78-75.5, but rebounded with a 74.5-57 victory over Dordt.
  7. WOMEN’S BASKETBALL– Senior Dani Hoppes was the next Bulldog to join the 1,000 point club scoring 20 points on Saturday.
  8. TRACK & FIELD–Sophomore Jacob Cornelio qualified for indoor track nationals with a weight throw of 56’ 6 ½” and won the event at the Polar Dog invite on Friday.
  9. SOFTBALL–The Bulldogs were ranked second in the GPAC preseason rating. Last year, the team finished with a 31-14 record.
  10. WRESTLING–The wrestling team finished 11-14 at the Missouri Valley Invite this past weekend.

 

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