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    Victory! Three Top-15 Finishes Guide Spartan Men to XC Win

    The University of Dubuque men's cross country team edged out the host Wisconsin Lutheran by five points to earn their first title of the season. The duo of Payton Nevills (27:25) and Alec Bass (27:26) paced the harriers with a sixth and seventh place finish overall on the 8K course in West Allis, Wis.

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    Women's Soccer Capture 10th Win of Season at Oyen Field

    The University of Dubuque women's soccer team ranked #7 in North Region earned their 10th victory of the season and the 199th win for coach Jason Berna at UD. The Spartans jumped out to an early halftime lead 3-0 off goals by Megan Siepler (16:24), Melissa Sawyer (28:39), and Kyleigh McLaughlin (36:11) off an assist by Melanie Prudhomme. UD stretched it to 5-0 for a final over the Coe College Kohawks after McLaughlin added her second goal of the night at 62:29. Just 10 seconds later the Spartans scored again with Sawyer collecting her second goal of the night off a penalty kick.

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    Big Plays Spoil Spartans Football Conference Opener

    The University of Dubuque football team scored first on Saturday on a 22 yard pass from Zach Fry to Tyler Rutenbeck to give the Spartans their only lead of the day. The host Luther College Norse responded by scoring the next four touchdowns on a 24 yard run, a 68 yard run, a 41 yard pass and a 33 yard run before UD's Fry would scamper from a yard out to cut the final score to 14-28 in favor of the Norse.

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    Men’s Soccer Team Overwhelms Coe in Win

    The University of Dubuque men’s soccer team started slow but trounced all over Coe midway through the first half in 5-2 victory.

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    Women Harriers Capture Best Finish of Year at Wisconsin Lutheran Invite

    The University of Dubuque women’s cross country team placed second at the Wisconsin Lutheran Warrior Invitational in highest finish of the year. Fabiola Ortiz did her thing and led the Spartans with a 3rd place overall finish in 23:05 on a slower, more challenging 6k course.

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    Sawyer Secures IIAC Women’s Soccer Defensive Performer of the Week

    The best defense is a good offense. University of Dubuque defender, Melissa Sawyer, certainly adhered to the age-old adage after a pair of goals and one assist led to an Iowa Conference Women’s Soccer Defensive Performer of the Week award and a pair of wins last week, including the defeat of Loras, 3-2, in double overtime.

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    Volleyball Spike Storm On Homecoming Week

    The University of Dubuque volleyball team helped kick off an exciting Homecoming Week with a 3-1 victory over the Simpson College Storm on Tuesday evening. UD swept the first two sets by scores of 25-18, 27-25, but the Storm fought back in the third set to capture it 25-21. The final set was all Spartans after they jumped out to an early lead and captured the match with a fourth set score 25-20.

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    200! Women’s Soccer Coach Berna Hits Milestone on Road

    The University of Dubuque women’s soccer coach, Jason Berna, started the UD men’s and women’s program in 2001 and on Tuesday night earned his 200th combined victory after defeating North Central, 1-0.

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    Spartans Football Live on KCRG 9.2

    The Spartans homecoming game vs. the Simpson College Storm on Oct. 11, 2014 at 4:05 p.m. The Storm 3-1 overall and 0-1 in the IIAC will face the Spartans in front of a large boisterous crowd on Saturday as they try to capture the homecoming victory in football. The Spartans hosted the first "live" televised broadcast in the Iowa Conference in the fall of 2012.

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    Martinez Garners Lone Win in Women’s Tennis Defeat on the Road

    Arantxa Martinez added to her stellar first year despite the University of Dubuque women’s tennis team falling to UW-Lacrosse, 8-1.

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    Vikings Outduel Spartans in Four Sets

    The University of Dubuque volleyball team couldn’t overcome a slow start as they fell to Augustana (Ill.) on the road, 3-1, on Friday night.

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    Spartans Dominate Simpson in 44-10 Homecoming Victory

    The University of Dubuque Spartans scored early and often Saturday afternoon as they displayed the type of game they have been waiting to showcase all season en route to the 44-10 homecoming victory over the Simpson College Storm. The Spartans scored two touchdowns in every quarter, but the third to even their Iowa Conference mark to 1-1 and improve to 2-3 overall.

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    Second Half Push for the Men’s Soccer team Dukes the Dutch

    A scoreless first half gave way to quick strikes in the second by Billy Belmonte and Brandon Wiley as they earn the win, 2-1, over Central on Saturday night.

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    Women’s Soccer team Beat by Late Dutch Goal

    The Spartans fell victim to Central goal in the 79th minute and couldn’t rally in the waning minutes as they fell, 1-0, in their first IIAC loss of the season.

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    Volleyball Lose to Knights

    The University of Dubuque volleyball team lost three straight sets on Tuesday night as the host Wartburg Knights captured the match 3-0 with set scores 17-25, 20-15, 10-25.

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    Women’s Soccer team Back to Winning Ways After Upending Pioneers

    The University of Dubuque women’s soccer team defeated UW-Platteville, 2-1, on the legs of seniors Liz Frazier and Megan Siepler.

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    Volleyball Falls to Pair of WIAC Foes

    The University of Dubuque will play host to a double-dual tournament on Friday night hosted in McCormick Gymansium and in Stoltz Sports Center on the Campus of the University of Dubuque. Teams competeing are: UD, Loras College, UW-Platteville, and UW-Whitewater. Games times are scheduled for 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.

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    Women's Soccer Rank High in Standings

    The University of Dubuque women's soccer team remains ranked in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) North Region poll released this week. The Spartans dropped from 7th to 9th this week after losing a 0-1 contest on the road last Saturday. UD is 12-4 overall and tied for first place in the Iowa Conference with a 3-1 record.

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    Duo of Ortiz and Nava Pace Spartans to 3rd Place at Dr. Tucker Invite

    Fabiola Ortiz placed second overall at Loras Dr. Tucker Invite on Friday afternoon. Teammate Brenda Nava placed seventh overall, the duo helped lead the Spartans to a third place finish.

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    Nevills 8th at Dr. Tucker Invite, Spartans 3rd Overall

    The Spartans Payton Nevills placed 8th in 27:09 to help UD men's cross country team to a third place finish overall at the Dr. Tucker Invite with 86 points.

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    Spartans Defeated by #6-ranked Knights 9-42

    The University of Dubuque football team used a fake punt to nearly score in the first half after a gain of 26 yards by Mitch Michaelis. The play helped set-up a 25 yard touchdown pass from Zach Fry to Tyler Rutenbeck just six plays later. The #6-ranked Knights offense never slowed down as they scored all four chances inside the red zone on Saturday to defeat the Spartans 42-9.

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    Women's Soccer Clinch IIAC Tournament Spot With Overtime Victory

    The University of Dubuque women's soccer team needed overtime on Saturday night to capture their 13th win of the season and 4th win in conference play with a 1-0 OT victory over the Wartburg College Knights. UD clinched an IIAC Tournament spot with the win and are tied for first place in the league (4-1) with 12 pts.

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    Jensen and the Mens Soccer team Tie No. 16 Wartburg in Double OT

    Goalkeeper Riley Jensen made a season-high 11 saves, including three in double overtime, as the University of Dubuque men’s soccer team stopped No. 16 Wartburg’s five-game winning streak with a 1-1 tie in double overtime.

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    Jensen’s Clutch Play Helps Capture IIAC Performer of the Week Honors

    Men’s goalkeeper Riley Jensen saved a season-high 11 shots in 1-1 double overtime draw at Wartburg and was named Iowa Conference men’s soccer Defensive Performer of the Week.

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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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