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    Six Spartans Named NFF Hampshire Society Members

    The University of Dubuque was honored to have six student-athletes earn 2013 NFF Hampshire Honor Society accolades. The Spartans earning honors include: Ian Cooper, Wyatt Hanus, Miles Hookstead, Trevor Runkle, Malcolm Stewart, and Stephan Vassalotti. The Iowa Conference was represented by 26 student-athletes from University of Dubuque, Central College, Luther College, Simpson College and Wartburg College.

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    Weather Forces Schedule Changes for Weekend Action

    Due to inclement weather throughout the Midwest numerous University of Dubuque athletic teams have had their schedules changed. Iowa Conference Championship events for Softball, Men's Golf, and Men's Tennis have all had their schedules changed. The regular season finale for Baseball and Track & Field were also effected.

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    UD Softball Ranked in NCAA Regional Poll

    The University of Dubuque Softball team made school history by making its first ever appearance in the NCAA Division III Midwest Regional Softball Rankings. The Spartans are #8 in the May 2nd Midwest Region Rankings. UD is 15-17 overall, 12-13 in region and 7-7 in the Iowa Conference.

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    Spartans Win Conference Tournament Opener

    The University of Dubuque can cross another first off it's list this season, the Spartans won the opening game of the 2013 Iowa Conference Softball Tournament in thrilling fashion on Saturday. It was UD's first win in the conference tournament and for the Spartans fans it was beyond exciting. The #5-seeded Spartans upset the #4-seeded Simpson College Storm by a 2-1 margin.

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    Spartans 4th at IIAC Championships

    Spartans finish fourth in IIAC Championships, teammates Martin Odegard and Eric Wolfe earn All-Iowa Conference honors.

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    Spartans Continue Tournament Chase

    The University of Dubuque Baseball teams bid for a place in the 2013 Iowa Conference Tournament will come down to the final day of the regular season. The Spartans split the Sunday doubleheader against Simpson, winning the opener 10-8 before dropping game two, 5-4. UD will need to sweep Simpson on Monday afternoon to earn a spot in the IIAC Tournament.

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    Spartans Score First in IIAC Tournament Semi-finals

    The University of Dubuque softball team scored first in the Iowa Conference Tournament Semi-finals on Sunday morning, but the top-seeded hosts of Coe College battled back to take the contest by a 5-3 score.

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    Spartans Conclude Regular Season

    The University of Dubuque Baseball team finished its 2013 regular season on Monday afternoon with two games against Simpson. The Spartans needed to win both games to earn a spot in the Iowa Conference Tournament but lost the opener 8-6, eliminating them from contention. UD lost game two, 16-7. Dubuque finished the season with a record of 11-25 overall and 9-19 in the Iowa Conference under first year head coach Paul Wyczawski.

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    Spartans Named All-IIAC Softball

    The University of Dubuque Softball team had four student-athletes named All-Iowa Conference for the 2013 season. Amber Meyer was named First Team Utility. Susan Danielewski, Shawna Dole, and Meggie Schmidt were Second Team selections.

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    Spartans to Host IIAC Baseball Tournament

    The University of Dubuque will be the host school for the 2013 Iowa Conference Baseball Tournament to be held at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Cedar Rapids on May 9-11. The Top-6 finishers in league play will compete in the double elimination tournament with the winner receiving the automatic bid to the NCAA Division III Regional Championships.

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    Track & Field at IIAC Outdoor Championships

    The University of Dubuque Track and Field teams will be competing at the 2013 Iowa Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships this weekend. The Spartans will not have to travel far for the IIAC Championships with Loras hosting this year. During the 2013 Indoor Championships, the men's team finished in third place while the women's team tied for sixth.

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    Three School Records Fall at IIAC Championships

    The University of Dubuque Track and Field teams finished the first day of the 2013 Iowa Conference Championships with four student-athletes earning all-conference honors and setting three new school records. The UD men's team is in third place with 45.50 points while the Spartan women are in fifth with 19 points. The action continues on Saturday morning at Loras College with field events at 10:00 am.

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    Meyer Named NFCA All-Region

    University of Dubuque junior Amber Meyer was selected Third Team All-Midwest Region by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA). Meyer, a First Team All-Iowa Conference selection, led the Spartans in hits, runs, RBI, home runs, total bases, walks, steals, batting average, on base percentage, and slugging percentage.

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    Men's Basketball Team Awards Banquet

    The University of Dubuque Men’s Basketball team closed the books on a great season with their team banquet on Sunday April 28th. The Spartans set a school record with 22 wins and captured its first ever Iowa Conference Tournament Championship during the 2012-13 season.

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    Track at IIAC Outdoor Championships

    The University of Dubuque Track and Field teams will be competing at the 2013 Iowa Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships this weekend. The Spartans will not have to travel far for the IIAC Championships with Loras hosting this year. During the 2013 Indoor Championships, the men's team finished in third place while the women's team tied for sixth.

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    Three School Records Fall at IIAC Championships

    The University of Dubuque Track and Field teams finished the first day of the 2013 Iowa Conference Championships with four student-athletes earning all-conference honors and setting three new school records. The UD men's team is in third place with 45.50 points while the Spartan women are in fifth with 19 points. The action continues on Saturday morning at Loras College with field events at 10:00 am.

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    Athletics Awards Banquet

    The University of Dubuque Athletic Department celebrated the 2013 Senior Student-Athletes at on Sunday, May 5th with its Senior Awards Banquet. Top awards handed out were Spartan Academic Achievement Award, Spartan Academic Athlete Excellence Award, Athlete of the Year, and Wendt Character Athlete Award.

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    Spartans Claim Two IIAC Titles, 14 Named All-IIAC

    The University of Dubuque Track and Field teams finished the 2013 Iowa Conference Outdoor Championships with 17 Spartans earning all-conference honors including Men’s 100m Dash Champion Corey Broussard and the Men’s 4x100m Relay team also taking first place. Head Coach Chad Gunnelson was named Men’s Co-Coach of the Year. The Spartans men’s team finished fourth overall with 117 points. The UD women’s team took sixth place with 50 points.

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    Women's Track Finishes Sixth at IIAC Championships

    The University of Dubuque Track and Field teams finished the 2013 Iowa Conference Outdoor Championships with 17 Spartans earning all-conference honors including Men’s 100m Dash Champion Corey Broussard and the Men’s 4x100m Relay team also taking first place. Head Coach Chad Gunnelson was named Men’s Co-Coach of the Year. The Spartans men’s team finished fourth overall with 117 points. The UD women’s team took sixth place with 50 points.

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    Broussard and Watson Headed to Outdoor Track Championships

    The University of Dubuque Track and Field had two student-athletes chosen to compete at the 2013 NCAA Division III Outdoor Championships. Corey Broussard will run in the 100m Dash while Christopher Watson will participate in the High Jump. The championships will begin on Thursday, May 23rd and continue until Saturday, May 25th on the campus of UW-La Crosse. Both Spartans will compete on Friday, May 24th.

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