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    Siepler Nabs School Record and Earns IIAC Performer of the Week Award

    Forward Megan Siepler netted one goal and one assist in a two-win week for the Spartans as she snagged her first career Iowa Conference women’s soccer Offensive Performer of the Week honor.

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    Stifling Elmhurst Defense Dooms Men’s Soccer Team

    The University of Dubuque men’s soccer team couldn’t get their offense going as Elmhurst took home the win, 2-0, on Tuesday night.

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    Volleyball Stopped on Senior Night

    The University of Dubuque volleyball team needed a win to qualify for the Iowa Conference Tournament, unfortunately on Senior Night the Spartans lost a competive battle in Stoltz Sports Center 1-3 to the Buena Vistan University Beavers. Set scores were 25-21, 25-15, 22-25, and 25-21.

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    UD vs. BVU Football Game Notes

    The Spartans oppose another offensive juggernaut as Buena Vista brings their four-game winning streak to town.

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    Spartans Bitten By Beavers in Late Drive

    he University of Dubuque football team for the second year in a row, fell victim to a late drive by the Buena Vista University Beavers in a hearbreaking loss on Chalmers Field by a 39-44 score. UD took a late lead 39-37 on a 34 yard Curtis Prull fieldgoal with 1:40 remaining in the game. The tenacious Beavers used just 1:01 to claw their way back into the lead on a couple of long pass plays and scored on a two yard run with :36 left in the game 44-39. A Shaun Grewal 32 yard kick-off return from the Spartan goal line gave the Spartans hope with :30 seconds left.

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    Hernandez Delivers as Men’s Soccer Escapes Storm in Double OT

    Gonzalo Hernandez lofted a rainbow-esque lob shot less than two minutes into the second overtime to give the University of Dubuque men’s soccer team the hard-fought, 2-1, victory over Simpson on senior day.

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    Two for the Show! Frazier Scores Twice on Women’s Soccer Senior Day

    Senior Liz Frazier netted two shots from over 20 yards out as the University of Dubuque women’s soccer team cruised past Simpson, 3-1.

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    Basierak Named to All-Tournament Team

    The University of Dubuque volleyball team finished Millikin University’s Linda Slagell Dig for the Cure Classic 1-3 in the tournament, capturing a 3-0 win against Blackburn College. UD's Klaudia Basierak was the lone Spartan named to the All-Tournament Team.

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    Women's Soccer 2014 IIAC Champions

    The University of Dubuque women's soccer team has been waiting for this moment for 14 years. Tuesday night, Head Coach Jason Berna earned what he has been wanting since he started the soccer programs at UD, an IIAC Title. In an exciting 2-1 game over the Luther College Norse the Spartans claimed the #1 seed in the IIAC Tournament by claiming the first IIAC title in Spartans history.

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    Men’s Soccer on Wrong Side of 2OT Instant Classic

    The chilly, windy conditions at Oyen Field gave way to a heated battle as the University of Dubuque men’s soccer team fell to Luther in two overtimes, 4-3.

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    Spartans Secure #6 Seed in IIAC Volleyball Tournament

    The University of Dubuque volleyball team qualified for the 2014 Iowa Conference Volleyball Tournament as the #6 seed despite losing on the final night of the regular season to Loras 1-3. Loras earned the #5-seed with the victory and will travel to Pella to play Central on Tuesday night as UD will make the long journey down highway 20 to Storm Lake to play BV. Game times are set for 7:00 p.m.

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    Martinez Nabs First Team All-Iowa Conference Selection

    After a nearly flawless fall and an Iowa Conference ‘B’ Flight Doubles Championship, University of Dubuque women’s tennis freshman Arantxa Martinez, was named an Iowa Conference First-Team selection.

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    Key City Clash Game Notes

    The cross-town rivalry is back for another Key City Clash with both teams on the ropes after 1-3 starts in Iowa Conference play.

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    Spartan Men’s Harriers Record Best Finish in 31 Years at IIAC Championships

    The University of Dubuque men's cross country team placed fourth with 169 points at the 2014 Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (IIAC) Cross Country Championships held at Pickard Park in Indianola, Iowa.

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    All-IIAC Performer Ortiz Leads Spartans to Fifth Place Finish at Championships

    The University of Dubuque women's cross country were led by sixth place finishing and an All-Iowa Conference Performer, Fabiola Ortiz (23:18) at the 2014 Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (IIAC) Cross Country Championships at Pickard Park in Indianola, Iowa.

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    Opportunistic Spartans Move On to IIAC Second Round

    Goalkeeper Riley Jensen and the University of Dubuque men’s soccer team withstood a furious attack from the Simpson offensive as they earned the win, 3-1.

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    Key City Clash Football Photos

    The University of Dubuque football team scored first and never looked back in a dominating 34-7 Key City Clash on Saturday in the Rock Bowl. The Spartans own a four-game win streak in the series. Click for photo of Saturday's game.

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    Spartans Retain Key In Key City Clash

    The University of Dubuque and Loras College continued their intense rivalry on the football field on Saturday at the annual Key City Clash. Equally exciting is the fact that the two schools will once again donate to a local non-profit organization. The 2014 donation marks the seventh consecutive year the two schools have given back to the community. The Gabriel Project® is the recipient of this year's donation for the Spartans and the Duhawks.

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    Softball to Host Spartan Winter Softball Camps

    The University of Dubuque softball team will be hosting their annual softball camps for grades 9-12 in the newly completed Veterans Memorial Training Center on Nov. 9, Dec. 14, Jan. 11, and Feb. 15. Cost for the various camps will be $30 each.

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    Hernandez’s Three Goals Garners Second Career IIAC Player of Week Award

    Sophomore Gonzalo Hernandez continued his recent tear through IIAC competition after scoring three goals and tallying two assists against Luther and Simpson to earn his second career Iowa Conference men’s soccer offensive performer of the week award.

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    Spartans Bow Out in IIAC First Round Despite Quick Start

    The University of Dubuque volleyball team got off to a quick start after taking set one but couldn’t hang on after falling, 3-1 (25-21, 21-25, 21-25, 11-25) to Buena Vista in round one of the IIAC tournament.

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    Men's Soccer Lose in OT of IIAC Tournament Semi-finals

    The University of Dubuque men's soccer team played even through 90 minutes of action on Wednesday evenng before a late Loras goal in the opening overtime ended the Spartans hope of making it to the championship game on Saturday.

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    Lynn-ing Effort Guides Women’s Soccer to Third Straight IIAC Championship Final

    Katie Lynn was the spark off the bench for the No. 1 seed University of Dubuque women’s soccer team as she scored both goals in a 2-1 triumph over Mo. 4 Wartburg in the IIAC semifinals on Wednesday night.

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    UD vs. Coe Senior Day Game Notes

    Which Coe team will show up to face the Spartans on Senior Day? The roller coaster Kohawks (4-4, 3-2 IIAC) have alternated wins and losses since week one and are on schedule for a loss this weekend. Playing in a tight game isn’t Coe’s forte after averaging a 19.6 point margin of defeat/victory through eight total games. They will face a Spartan team (3-5, 2-3 IIAC) that’s had a number of close calls this season in the form of UW-Platteville (L 21-26), Pacific (Ore.) (W 16-10), and Buena Vista (L 39-44).

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    Football Hold On for Senior Day Victory

    The University of Dubuque football team finished their home season on Saturday during Senior Day at Chalmers Field. Despite the windy, chilly November afternoon, the Spartans provided a cardiac thriller of a game for the fans in attendance. The Spartans stretched their lead late in the game to 26-14 before the Kohawks rallied in the final fifteen minutes to score twice. Trailing 27-29 the visiting Kohawks attempted a two point conversion with 1:03 only to have the pass in the endzone deflected by UD's Blaine Snitker. An on-side kick by the Kohawks was recovered by UD and the Spartans ran the final minute out to secure the victory 29-27.

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    Women’s Soccer Crowned IIAC Champs After PK Marathon

    Two overtimes wasn’t enough as Melanie Prudhomme delivered the No. 1 seeded University of Dubuque women’s soccer team’s second Iowa Conference tournament title with a win over No. 2 seeded Central, 0-0 in 2OT, and won by a penalty kick shootout 6-5 on the 18th combined penalty kick shootout on Saturday afternoon.

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    Spartans Open Wrestling Season at 2014 Knox College Chuck Porter Open

    The University of Dubuque Spartan wrestling team began the 2014-15 season by competing at the 2014 Chuck Porter Open. More than 200 wrestlers from 10 area schools competed in the event at Knox College's T. Fleming Fieldhouse. The Spartans Manuel Mendoza captured the 165 lbs. title with a 6-0 victory in the finals over #3-seed Devon Fenstermaker of Truman State.

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    Basierak Awarded Third IIAC 1st-Team Honor

    Junior outside hitter, Klaudia Basierak of the University of Dubuque volleyball team, earned her third-straight first team All-Iowa Conference selection after finishing first in total attacks and third in kills during IIAC play.

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    University of Dubuque Spartans ​Earn Automatic Berth to 2014 NCAA Womens’ Soccer Regional

    The NCAA Division III Women’s Soccer Committee announced Monday the field of 64 teams for the 2014 Division III Women’s Soccer Championship. The University of Dubuque women’s soccer team, under the direction of head coach Jason Berna, learned the Spartans will travel to Wheaton, Ill. to compete in the regional on Nov. 14-15 at Joe Bean Stadium on the campus of Wheaton College. The Spartans will play the Illinois Wesleyan University Titans on Nov. 14 at 1:30 p.m. (CST), the winner will advance to Saturday’s Nov. 15 final at 1:00 p.m. (CST).

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    Waddell and Lynn Claim IIAC Performer of the Week Honors

    Defender Lauren Waddell and forward Katie Lynn took home the Iowa Conference offensive and defensive performer of the week awards after leading the University of Dubuque women’s soccer team to their second IIAC tournament title with wins over Wartburg and Central.

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    UD vs. IWU NCAA Regional Preview

    The Spartans face their toughest test yet against No. 24 Illinois Wesleyan in their second NCAA tournament appearance. The Titans finished second in the potent College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW) and gave up one goal in two games against Regional host, Wheaton (Ill.). The offenses will be key against some stout defense after IWU surrendered four goals in CCIW play and UD gave up five goals in IIAC play.

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    Former UD basketball player, Chris Frazier, Pursues Pro Career Back Home

    Former University of Dubuque men’s basketball player and Heidelberg, Germany native, Chris Frazier ’13, landed in familiar territory after securing a spot on the German pro circuit with the Otto Baskets in Magdeburg, Germany.

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    Spartan XC Regional Preview and Meet Information

    The University of Dubuque women's and men's cross country team will travel to Pella, Iowa to run in the 2014 NCAA Division III Central Regional on Saturday, Nov. 15. The women's team will complete on the 6,000m course while the men will face a challenging 8,000m course on the campus at Central College.

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    2014 NCAA Division III Central Regional Cross Country

    The University of Dubuque women's and men's cross country team will travel to Pella, Iowa to run in the 2014 NCAA Division III Central Regional on Saturday, Nov. 15. The women's team will complete on the 6,000m course while the men will face a challenging 8,000m course on the campus at Central College.

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    Experience Guides Women's Basketball in 2014-15

    The Spartans are back after setting a school record by finishing second in the Iowa Conference a year ago. The good news, they return six of their top returning scorers and 91.1% of their rebounds for a team that qualified for their fifth straight IIAC Tournament. Absent are a pair of six-footers who anchored the defensive front and leaves them with one of the smallest groups Coach Mark Noll’s ever had.

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    Men's Basketball's Title Hopes Lie in Depth and Leadership for 2014-15

    The Spartans look to move up in the league standings after finishing in the Top-3 of the Iowa Conference in the past four seasons. UD will rely on seven seniors and a trio of players who played key roles in their 2012-13 IIAC Tournament title run. Andre Norris is the IIAC’s top-returning scorer, Lucas Ware is back after missing last season due to injury, and Brandon Ferguson moves to a starting role for the first time.

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    UD vs. Central Football Gameday Preview

    The Spartans aim to spoil Central’s five game-winning streak on the road this Saturday. It won’t be easy against a Dutch team that has been on a roll since losing their Iowa Conference opener to Wartburg in October.

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    Spartans Battle to the Wire in NCAA Women's Soccer Regional

    Megan Siepler's quick strike at 6:45 in the opening period mark couldn't hold off a three-goal Illinois Wesleyan surge in the first half as the Iowa Conference Champions Spartans women's soccer season ended early after a 4-2 first round loss of the NCAA Championships.

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    Wrestlers Fall in Home Dual Opener 15-24

    The University of Dubuque wrestling team hosted their first dual meet of the 2014-15 season and came up a bit short losing the match to Augustana College (Ill.) by a 15-24 score.

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    Men’s Basketball Victorious in Season Opener

    Andre Norris recorded his first double-double with 19 points and 14 rebounds as the University of Dubuque men’s basketball team pulled away from Concordia (Wis.) midway through the second half to claim victory in the Johnson Bank City Classic hosted by Carroll University.

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