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    Ortiz Sets School Record in First Career Mile Win

    Fabiola Ortiz added to her growing list of UD accolades after blazing to a 5:18.70 mile , a University of Dubuque Women’s Track record, at the UW-Platteville Invitational on Saturday.

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    Spartans Upended by League Champion Beavers

    The University of Dubuque men's basketball held the IIAC Championship finish in their hands on Wednesday, but it was a hot shooting Buena Vista University Beaver team which snatched it away for their own with a 94-80 victory over the Spartans. BV jumped out to an early lead and everytime the Spartans rallied to within a handful of points, BV responded with a deep three pointer.

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    Spartans Take Care of Buena Vista for Chance at First Conference Title

    A 17-3 run to end the first half provided senior Jenna Kotas and the University of Dubuque women’s basketball team all the cushion they needed to put away Buena Vista handedly, 90-75, on Wednesday night.

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    2015 UD Spartans Indoor Track and Field Invite

    The University of Dubuque Spartans track and field teams will host the 2015 UD Spartan Invite on Friday, Feb. 20 at 4:00 p.m. Teams scheduled to compete are: University of Dubuque, Augustana College, Clarke University, Cornell College, Luther College, Viterbo University, Waldorf College, and the University of Wisconsin - Platteville. Meet will be held in the Chlapaty Recreation and Wellness Center on the A.Y. McDonald Indoor Track.

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    Winters and the Underclassmen Impress at UD Spartan Invite

    Freshman Ernest Winters won the 200 meters and posted the ninth-fastest 200 meters (22.22) in the country and fellow classmate Alec Bass broke the UD school record in the mile (4:24.72) to lead the University of Dubuque men’s track and field team to a third-place finish on Saturday.

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    School Records Pile Up for Ortiz in Final Tuneup Before IIAC Championships

    Sophomore Fabiola Ortiz keeps her streak alive after setting her third-straight UD school record with a pair of runner-up finishes in the 800 meters and the 4x400-meter relay to lead the University of Dubuque women’s track and field team to a fifth-place finish.

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    IIAC Champs! Spartans Clinch First Conference Title in School History

    Sophomore Emily Brinker scored a career-high 25 points on senior night as the University of Dubuque women’s basketball team blew the game open in the second half and shot nearly 60% on the game to defeat Luther, 94-81, on Saturday afternoon.

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    Spartans Win on Senior Day, Earn #3 Seed in IIAC Tourney

    The University of Dubuque needed some help from the only team to have swept them this season to capture the #2 seed in the 2015 IIAC Tournament. In front of a near capacity crowd on Senior Day the Spartans learned their fate before their dominating 77-63 victory on Jon Davison Court in Stoltz Sports Center. Buena Vista lost to Coe in Cedar Rapids which knotted the Spartans in the standing with the Kohawks (10-4). Coe held the edge in the tie break after splitting in league play with IIAC champion Buena Vista.

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    Men's Lacrosse Open 2015 Season with Road Loss

    The University of Dubuque men's lacrosse team opened their 2015 season against unbeaten Rockhurst University (2-0) and lost 4-17 to the hosts. A quartet of Spartans would finish the afternoon with a goal. Andrew Triantos, Joshua Cramer, Britton Harris, and Andrew Poncer all scored for UD. The Spartans finished with 12 shots in the loss.

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    Spartans Overwhelm Benedictine in Season Opener

    The University of Dubuque women’s lacrosse team opened up an 11-1 lead less than 13 minutes into the game and never looked back in a 24-4 rout of Benedictine (Ill.) on Saturday afternoon.

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    Men's Tennis Splits at Home

    The University of Dubuque men's tennis battled for over four hours and lost the fight in their Iowa Conference opener to Wartburg College 3-6. UD fell short in two out of three doubles in extra points and lost two singles matches in a third tie break set. The Spartans bounced back in the night cap seinging past Knox College 6-3 to improve to 3-5 overall.

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    Underclassmen Pave the Way for an Up-and-Coming Men's Lacrosse Team

    The University of Dubuque men’s lacrosse team seeks its first program and conference win in its second year of existence behind a youthful and hungry squad.

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    McKenzie Ready to Defend Her Titles as Spartans Take On IIAC Championships

    Senior Nikki McKenzie seeks back-to-back Iowa Conference titles in the long and triple jump as the University of Dubuque women’s track and field team looks to improve on last year’s third place finish. Meet Information attached.

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    Norris, Kotas, and a Trio of Track Stars Snag IIAC Awards

    Junior Andre Norris and senior Jenna Kotas both earned the Iowa Conference (IIAC) Athlete of the Week for their respective University of Dubuque men’s and women’s basketball programs after their performances last week against Buena Vista and Luther. The pair were joined by Fabiola Ortiz, DuVaun Goodlow, and Amanda Sinkler, who each earned IIAC track performer of the week honors for their performances at the UD Spartan Invite on Saturday.

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    Men's Basketball Advance to IIAC Tourney Semifinals

    The University of Dubuque men's basketball team advanced out of the first round of the 2015 Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (IIAC) Tournament on Tuesday evening with a 92-74 victory over the Luther College Norse on Jon Davison Court in Stoltz Sports Center.

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    Spartans Fall in Rams’ Lacrosse Debut

    The University of Dubuque men’s lacrosse team was outshot 47-16 in a 19-3 loss to Cornell College in their second game of the season on Tuesday night.

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    Spartan Softball’s ‘Best Team Ever’ Aims High in 2015

    After winning a record 22 games, setting 10 school records, and earning back-to-back Iowa Conference tournament berths for the first time in school history in 2014, the University of Dubuque softball team sets their sights on their first Iowa Conference title this spring.

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    Spartan Men Poised for Big Performances at the IIAC Indoor Championships

    The University of Dubuque men’s track team looks to move up the Iowa Conference hierarchy this Friday-Saturday at the Iowa Conference Championships, hosted by Wartburg, after a fourth-place finish a year ago. Meet Information attached.

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    Upset Thursday Leaves Spartans Hosting Tournament Championship Saturday

    The University of Dubuque men's basketball needed some help on Thursday night to return to the warm confines of Jon Davison Court in Stoltz Sports Center for a championship game of the the 2015 IIAC Men's Basketball Tournament. UD upset #2 seed Coe College Kohawks 71-59 to finish their part of upset Thursday. #5-seed Wartburg playing in a hostile Siebens Center against the #1 seed Buena Vista University Beavers completed the upset by dropping the Beavers 93-88 in overtime. The #3-seeded Spartans will now host the #5 seeded Wartburg Knights on Saturday, tentatively scheduled for a 7:00 p.m. tip-off.

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    Spartans Eliminated by Knights in Wild Finish

    After trailing for most of the second half, the University of Dubuque women's basketball team cut the Wartburg lead to one with 22 seconds to go, only to see the Knights hang on, 72-68, in the Iowa Conference (IIAC) semifinals thanks to a trio of free throws and a pivotal turnover down the stretch.

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    Kazmierczak’s Pole Vault Championship Highlights Day One of IIAC Championships

    Sophomore Nicholas Kazmierczak grabbed the University of Dubuque men’s track and field team’s second-straight Iowa Conference indoor pole vault championship at Wartburg on Friday with a vault of 14’4.75”. The fab freshman team Ernest Winters, Joseph Miggins, Hurshel Ross, and Deshond Robinson captured the Spartans second IIAC title with a school and facility record in the 4x200m relay (1:29.19).

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    Up and Down Day for Men's Tennis

    The University of Dubuque men's tennis team throttled Lakeland (Wis.), 9-0, and fell to Ashford (Wis.), 9-0, on Saturday.

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    Men's Basketball Win IIAC Tourney, Advance into NCAA DIII Tournament

    The University of Dubuque Men's basketball team will advance into the 2015 NCAA Division III National Tournament next week after a 81-73 victory on Saturday night on Jon Davison Court in Stoltz Sports Center. It marks the second time in three years the Spartans will play in the NCAA Tournament after claiming the IIAC Tournament title in 2012-13.

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    Wrestling Place 7th at NCAA Division III Central Regional

    The University of Dubuque wrestling team finished with 65.5 points in the 2015 NCAA Division III Central Regional for a seventh place finish. The Top-3 wrestlers in each weight class advanced to the 2015 NCAA Division III Wrestling Championships March 13-14 at Hershey, Pa., the Spartans failed to gain a national qualifier in 2015. UD's best finishes were a quartet of fifth place finishes and a pair of sixth place finishes.

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    Winters’ MVP Performance Leads Spartans to Third-Place Showing

    Freshman Ernest Winters won three events (60m, 200m, and the 4x200m relay) to earn most valuable performer honors at the Iowa Conference Indoor Championships and guide the University of Dubuque to a third-place finish.

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    McKenzie Defends Triple Jump Title as Spartans Take Third at IIAC Championships

    Senior Nikki McKenzie won the triple jump for the second straight year with a leap of 36'2.75" and earned fifth place in the long jump amidst a plethora of runner-up performances by the University of Dubuque women’s track team. UD’s performances helped push the Spartans to a third-place finish at the Iowa Conference Indoor Championships (hosted by Wartburg).

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    Spartans Comeback Victory Fuels 2-0 Start

    The University of Dubuque women’s lacrosse overcame an early 6-1 deficit and turned the tables on Augsburg, 15-13, on Monday night to remain undefeated.

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    March Madness Begins as Spartans Face Illinois Wesleyan in NCAA Tournament

    The University of Dubuque men’s basketball team will face the Titans of Illinois Wesleyan on Friday, March 6 at 5:00 p.m. after securing a Division III NCAA Tournament bid thanks to their second Iowa Conference Tournament title in the last three years.

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    Spartans Look to Compete After Making Leap to New Conference

    The University of Dubuque women’s lacrosse team aims for steady improvement as they return 11 starters and 17 letterwinners from a year ago. In their first year of membership, the Spartans look to move up the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW) hierarchy after being picked to finish fourth.

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    Rochester Dome Softball Tournament

    The University of Dubuque softball team will continue their early season play under the warm confines of a dome this weekend. UD will play in the Rochester Dome Softball Tourney in Rochester, Minn. on Friday, March 6 and Saturday March 7.

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    Norris Named IIAC MVP as Three Other Spartans Honored

    Life is good for junior Andre Norris, who helped lead the University of Dubuque men’s basketball team to their second Iowa Conference (IIAC) tournament title in three years and earned the IIAC MVP award after leading the IIAC in scoring at 21.2 ppg. Senior Gage Heffernan and Lucas Ware were also selected to the All-IIAC First Team and Second Team, respectively, while Brandon Ferguson secured the IIAC Defensive Player of the Year.

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    Track and Field Improve Rankings

    The penultimate computer rankings of the 2015 NCAA Division III indoor track & field season featured a familiar set of schools at the top, some minor reshuffling in the middle, and new faces at the bottom. The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) released the rankings on Tuesday, March 3. The University of Dubuque men's and women's team moved up the rankings after strong performances in the 2015 Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championships. The Spartans ranked 33rd in last rankings, leapt to #19 in the nation for the men's program highest ranking in school history.

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