Still in the Game: Camp keeps adrenaline pumping with outdoor adventures
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Still in the Game: Camp keeps adrenaline pumping with outdoor adventures

BUTTE, Mont. -- It's the inevitable question that follows college graduation when playing football becomes a weekend activity instead of a daily passion. What are you going to do with your life? Dan Camp wasn't exactly sure. "When you get done playing...

Mission possible: Wildcats create buzz as pursuit of playoffs begins
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Mission possible: Wildcats create buzz as pursuit of playoffs begins

CANTON, Mo. -- Andrew Rupcich hadn't been on the Culver-Stockton College campus long before he learned how the majority of the student body viewed the football program. "I was in a class with a mix of upperclassmen and the seniors just bashed...

With success comes respect for Wildcats
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With success comes respect for Wildcats

CANTON, Mo. -- Respect is a nice reward the Culver-Stockton College football team is reaping for its recent run of success. By no means, though, do the Wildcats lose their underdog edge. "We play in tough conference and people that we beat last year...

Still in the Game: Manning leading Centenary athletics with purpose and poise
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Still in the Game: Manning leading Centenary athletics with purpose and poise

SHREVEPORT, La. -- Holiday shopping shed a light on what Marcus Manning wanted to be. A retail manager wasn't it. After graduating from Quincy University in 1997 with a bachelor's degree in business management, Manning set his sights on becoming...

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GLVC postpones fall competition until spring semester

QUINCY -- Mike Carpenter believes the Quincy University men's soccer players were braced for Monday's announcement the Great Lakes Valley Conference was postponing a majority of fall sports until the spring. "They expected some kind of adjustment...

GLVC postpones fall competition until spring semester
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GLVC postpones fall competition until spring semester

QUINCY — Mike Carpenter believes the Quincy University men's soccer players were braced for Monday's announcement the Great Lakes Valley Conference was postponing a majority of fall sports until the spring.