11/26/2013 Baseball Black Friday Youth Camp Cancelled
11/26/2013 20 Reivers Named MFC All-Conference
11/25/2013 Volleyball Closes Out Season
11/25/2013 Reviers fall to Pratt CC 20-15
11/24/2013 2013 National Champions - Men's Soccer
11/18/2013 Iowa State Open
11/4/2013 Wrestlers Season Opener
11/3/2013 Reivers Capture Another MFC Title
11/3/2013 Reivers advance to National Tournament
10/28/2013 Reivers Roll to MFC Title
Reivers Going Strong In October
The Reivers, now 36-4 have been working hard this month. After the final Reiver Tournament at the beginning of the month, the Reivers get after it with a midweek match at home on October 7th. The Reivers took it to Southeast CC winning 29-27, 25-8 and 25-13. The following Wednesday the Reivers welcomed Iowa Central to Kanesville and won 25-20, 25-9, and 25-17.
After the match on Wednesday, the Reivers jumped on a bus to West Plains Missouri for their last road trip. The competition was tough as the 6th ranked Reivers were to play #8 West Plains, #9 Seward and #7 Miami Dade. Opening match was against Lake Land College and the Reivers won 25-11, 25-11, and 25-23. At 6pm, the Reivers were to face #8 West Plains, who the Reivers beat at the beginning of the season. West Plains came out very strong capturing the first 2 games and defeating Iowa Western 19-25 and 17-25. However, Coach McBroom lit a fire under the Reivers and game three turned out to be a battle that the Reivers took over in the end, 27-25. In game 4, the Reivers started strong but an early injury to Tarrah Sweet, the Reivers starting setter caused her to be out for the rest of the match. After a tough match the Reivers pulled out game four, 25-17, but lost game 5, 10-15.
Saturday morning the Reivers weren't going to let the upset get them down. The Reivers came out strong against #9 Seward winning 25-18, 25-15, 18-25, 25-16. Then in the match up against #6 Iowa Western and # 7 Miami Dade, the Reivers showed their true talent and handled the tough match 25-20, 27-25, 18-25, 25-18. It was a tough tournament but the Reivers came out of it well.