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    Women's Lacrosse Trio Named to Second Team All-CCIW

    The versatile trio of Bridget Schirmers, Breann Tjaarda, and Jessi Tapia all claimed second team All-CCIW (College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin) honors after leading the University of Dubuque women's lacrosse team to a school record nine wins in the program's third year of competition.

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    University of Dubuque Track and Field Twilight Invitational on May 1

    The University of Dubuque will be hosting the 2015 Twilight Invitational on Friday, May 1 on the Douglas J. Miller Outdoor Track. Field events begin at 3:00 p.m. with running events following at 4:30 p.m. All attempts will be made to stay on schedule. Teams expected to compete include: Buena Vista University, Coe College, Loras College, Simpson College, University of Dubuque, and William Penn University.

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    Three Spartans Named NFF Hampshire Society Members

    The National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame (NFF) announced today the members of the 2015 NFF Hampshire Honor Society, which is comprised of college football players from all divisions of play who each maintained a high cumulative GPA throughout their college career. The University of Dubuque's Tyler Dobratz (TE, Edgerton, Wis./Wedgerton HS), Dylan Ramsey (DB, Urbana, Iowa/Center Point-Urbana HS), and Chris Scott (OL, Forreston, Ill./Forreston HS) were awarded the honors for the Spartans. The trio combined averaged cumulative grade point was an impressive 3.72 on a 4.0 scale.

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    Spartans Men's Tennis Keep Duhawks Winless in 2015

    The University of Dubuque men's tennis team didn't need the victory on Wednesday afternoon to qualify for the 2015 IIAC Men's Tennis Team Tournament, they already had secured a qualifying spot locked up. The Spartans kept the visiting Loras College Duahwks winless in 2015 with a dominating 8-1 victory on Frank Farber Tennis Courts.

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    Spartan Baseball Clipped by Pair of Simpson Walk-Offs

    The University of Dubuque baseball team surrendered a 6-2 lead in the final inning of game one in walk-off loss to Simpson, 7-6, and were outdone in game two, 5-4, thanks to Simpson's RBI-single in the bottom of the 11th on Friday afternoon. Both teams had been eliminated from Iowa Conference Tournament contention and had nothing to lose in their final series of the year.

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    Spartans Softball Open IIAC Tourney with Victory

    The University of Dubuque softball team opened the IIAC Softball Tournament with a 7-3 victory over the #3 Simpson College Storm on Friday afternoon. The Storm were ranked #2 in the Midwest Region of the NCAA National Softball Rankings released on April 30. The Spartans opponents don't get any easier in the semifinal round where they will play the #2-seed, the Central College Dutch, on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. The Dutch are ranked #3 in the Midwest Region of the NCAA National Softball Rankings.

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    Men's Golf Tied for 2nd After 54 Holes of IIAC Championships

    Pleasant conditions at Thunder Hills Country Club led to low scores Friday as players completed rounds two and three at the 2015 Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (IIAC) Men's Golf Championship.

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    Field Events Shine for Men's Track and Field at Spartan Twilight

    The University of Dubuque men's track and field team received a boost after field event specialists DuVaun Goodlow, Alex Link, Mario-John Otchere and Kebba Bojang each won their respective events in the last meet, the Spartan Twilight, before the Iowa Conference Championships.

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    Quartet of Victors Lead Women's Track and Field at Spartan Twilight

    Nicole Forson, Abigail Willis, Alexis Higgins, and Fabiola Ortiz all won their respective events in the University of Dubuque women's track and field's final meet at home, the Spartan Twilight Invitational, in preparation for the Iowa Conference Championships next weekend.

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    McWhite and Evans Homer as Baseball Drops Final Two

    For the third time this weekend, the University of Dubuque baseball team suffered a walk-off defeat at the hands of Simpson, 7-6 in nine innings, after giving up seven unanswered runs on Saturday afternoon. The loss spoiled UD home runs by first basemen Austin McWhite and right fielder Jacob Evans.

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    Goodlow Primed to Defend Title After Securing Second IIAC Honor

    Sophomore DuVaun Goodlow won his second Iowa Conference Track Performer of the Week award after leaping to an Iowa Conference leading mark of 2.06m/6’9” in his high jump win at the University of Dubuque Track and Field’s Spartan Twilight last weekend.

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    Contenders Aplenty as Track and Field Gears Up for 2015 IIAC Outdoor Championships

    The host Simpson College Storm and Buxton Stadium is the site of the 2015 Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (IIAC) Championships on May 7-9. Free admission on Thursday and $6 for adults and $3 for student on Friday and Saturday. Ticket gates open at noon on Friday and 9:00 a.m. on Saturday. In the 2015 IIAC Indoor Track and Field Championships the Spartans women and men teams both placed third.

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    Softball Out Hit Dutch, Errors Prove Costly in Tourney Semifinals

    The University of Dubuque softball team out hit the Central College Dutch in the 2015 IIAC Softball Tournament on Saturday, but five errors proved costly for the Spartans in a 1-7 loss to end their season.

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    Track and Field's Dobratz Third in Decathlon Through Day One

    Senior Tyler Dobratz competed in the first five events of the men's decathlon as the lone Spartan competitor on day one of the Iowa Conference Track and Field Championships.

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    Higgins Wins High Jump to Lead Three All-IIAC Track and Field Performers

    Sophomore Alexis Higgins secured her first Iowa Conference Outdoor high jump title and joined fellow All-Iowa Conference performers, Tanasha Atwater and Nicole Forson, in leading the University of Dubuque women's track and field team to a fourth-place standing after day two of the conference championships.

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    Ortiz and McKenzie Highlight Final Day of IIAC Track and Field Championships

    Sophomore Fabiola Ortiz won the 3000m steeplechase and senior Nickolette McKenzie took home her third Iowa Conference triple jump title as the University of Dubuque women’s track and field team concluded the IIAC Outdoor Championships with a fifth place finish with a school record of 103.25 points.

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    Track and Field’s Goodlow Defends High Jump Title, Leads Cast of Three All-IIAC Performers

    Sophomore DuVaun Goodlow defended his 2015 High Jump Indoor Iowa Conference Championship after clearing the bar at 6’7.5” and joined fellow All-IIAC performers, Tyler Dobratz and Mario-John Otchere, to lead the Spartans to a third-place showing after day two of the Iowa Conference Outdoor Championships.

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    Men's Golf Finish Third at IIAC Championships

    The University of Dubuque Spartans Men's Golf fired a final round 305 to place third at the 2015 IIAC Championships with a score of 1225. The Spartans Josh Schuberg was in a three-way tie for runner-up, but placed third after the tie break. He shots rounds of 78, 73, 72, 74 to finish a +12 over Par score of 297.

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    Softball’s Schmidt and Smith Score First-Team All-IIAC Honors, Loes Named to Second Team

    Senior utility player, Meggie Schmidt, and outfielder, Andrea Smith, garnered First Team All-Iowa Conference honors, while pitcher Megan Loes was a Second-Team All-IIAC selection after leading Spartan softball to its third straight Iowa Conference Tournament berth.

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    Valcin Breaks 25-year Old Record in Final Day of IIAC Championships

    Senior Rick Valcin, the defending 2014 National and Iowa Conference Pole Vault Champion, eclipsed 4.95m/16’2.75” to break the long-standing Iowa Conference Outdoor Championship mark set in 1990 to lead the University of Dubuque men’s track and field team to a fourth-place finish at the 2015 Iowa Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships.

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    Rutenbeck Signs with NFL's Washington, Myles Invited to Minnesota

    The University of Dubuque's Tyler Rutenbeck (WR, 6-3, 195, Sr., Maquoketa, Iowa/Maquoketa HS) officially was signed on Thursday, May 7 to the NFL's Washington Redskins. The Spartan standout was one of 11 undrafted free agents to be announced by the club as officially signing with the team this week. Teammate Darren Myles (DB, 6-3, 216, Sr., Atlanta, Ga./Carver HS) has been invited to attend the Minnesota Vikings. The Vikings don’t announce names of the players brought in for tryouts.

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    UD's Casanova Earn Capital One Academic All-District® Baseball Honors

    The 2014-15 Capital One Academic All-District® Baseball and Softball Teams, selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America, have been released to recognize the nation's top student-athletes for their combined performances athletically and in the classroom. The University of Dubuque's Daniel Casanova (So., OF, Lake Tapps, Wash./Auburn Riverside HS) earned the award in baseball.

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    UD's Woltz Earn Capital One Academic All-District® Softball Honors

    The 2014-15 Capital One Academic All-District® Baseball and Softball Teams, selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America, have been released to recognize the nation's top student-athletes for their combined performances athletically and in the classroom. The University of Dubuque's Victoria Woltz (Jr., 1B, Wykoff, Minn./Chatfield HS) earned First-team Academic All-District ® honors in softball. ​

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    Baseball Turns Two as Garst and Casanova Secure All-IIAC First Team Accolades

    The University of Dubuque baseball team saw two sophomores named to the All-Iowa Conference First Team for the first time since 2007 as Dalton Garst captured his first honor and Daniel Casanova earned his second.

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    Women's Tennis' LoCasto Named to Capital One All-District At-Large Team

    The University of Dubuque Spartan Academic Female Athlete Excellence Award winner and women's tennis record holder, senior Stephanie LoCasto, added to her growing list of accomplishments after being chosen to the Capital One All-District At-Large team on May 14.

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    Track and Field Hope to Secure National Qualifiers

    The University of Dubuque track and field's pole vaulting duo of Rick Valcin and Amanda Sinkler both set new personal bests and new school records at the Augustana Twilight Meet and helped to punch their ticket to the men's and women's NCAA Division III National Championships next weekend in Canton, New York. Also competing at Augustana and tentatively earning a spot at Nationals was DuVaun Goodlow and Tanasha Atwater.

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    Four Spartans Qualify for NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships

    The NCAA Division III Men’s and Women’s Track and Field Committee announced on Sunday the participants in the 2015 NCAA Division III Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Track and Field Championships. The University of Dubuque qualified four individuals into the championships.

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    Spartans Tied for 5th Overall in IIAC All-Sports in 2014-15

    IIAC has announced the recipients of the league’s All-Sports Championship Awards, indicative of the league’s top men’s and women’s programs as well as the top overall program.

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    Track and Field's Sinkler Places 18th at Nationals

    Amanda Sinkler proudly represented the University of Dubuque women's track and field team and placed 18th in the pole vault at the NCAA Division III National Championships on day one of the three-day meet on Thursday afternoon.

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