Category Archives: Sports

National Signing Day for Future Hawks

By Brayden Nuessen Wednesday was National Signing Day for football high school seniors all over the country. Quincy University football coaches received letters of intent for the class of 2021, a sign of their commitment to play football for the Hawks. Head Football Coach, Tom Pajic, tweeted a congratulations to  all of the incoming players. Congrats HS FB players across the country

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Huge Turnout at Mart Heinen Chili Cook-off

By Brayden Nuessen Even though the 28th annual Mart Heinen Chili Cook-off had to be postponed due to last week’s ice storm, it was still a success. The event, originally scheduled for Jan. 15, was held on Jan. 22, at Quincy University’s Health and Fitness Center.  It drew in several hundred people, including QU faculty and students as well as

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Hawks to Haunt HFC

By Von Washington III Quincy University will be hosting its annual event, Halloween with the Hawks, this Sunday, Oct. 30, 5 -7 p.m. The event will be held in the Health and Fitness Center. It is a free event, and everyone is welcome. Each year, the Quincy University Athletic Department hosts an event for community families. Each athletic team picks

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Swimmer, Musician Attends QU For Unique Experience

By: Rebeka Porter   Students at Quincy University come here for many reasons. Some students travel great distances for the programs QU has to offer. Ebony McCray has traveled 1,521 miles from Arizona to participate on the swim team and marching band. Her mother encouraged her to join a sim team when she was younger and McCray has always enjoyed competing.

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Preparation for the Season: On and Off the Field

By Dominic Miles The men’s soccer team took a trip to Herford, Germany, Quincy’s sister city, for some pre-season training. The team left on July 28 and returned to the U.S. on August 11. The NCAA only allows an international trip every four years so for many players, this will be their only trip out of the country for QU

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QU’s David Jacob Enjoys Successful First Professional Season

By Shea Stine Nine Hundred and Seventy One. That’s how many names were called in the Major League Baseball First Year Player Draft before David Jacob received his call from the Toronto Blue Jays in the 32nd round. “Once the 30th round hit, I started to have a few doubts, but I was glued to my phone all day watching

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QU Chapel Too Small For Athletes

By Rebeka Porter The annual Blessing of the Athletes ceremony had to change locations this year due to an increase of athletes on campus. The ceremony has traditionally been held in the QU Chapel located in Francis Hall. The purpose of the event is to bless all of QU’s athletes prior to the sports season. Due to the number of athletes, the

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QU Siblings Patrick and Amy Kuhle Named to All-GLVC Team

The Great Lakes Valley Conference announced the Men’s and Women’s Tennis All-GLVC Teams Thursday, Apr. 28 at the awards banquet held at the GLVC Championship Tournament hosted by Lewis University in Romeoville, Ill. The GLVC office collected and tallied votes submitted by the head coaches of each men’s and women’s tennis program in the league. Representing Quincy University on the

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4th Time A Charm!

Photo by Denny Sinnock The Quincy University men’s volleyball team ended the regular season on Sunday night (April 10), after falling to No. 2 Ohio State on the road in Columbus, Ohio. The Hawks (18-22, 4-12 MIVA) and Buckeyes (25-3, 15-1 MIVA) had already sealed their Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association Tournament bids earlier in the weekend. Quincy locked in the No.

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