The Midwest Collegiate Conference Tournament has begun, throwing the regular season records out the window and starting from scratch. The road to the conference final began at home Wednesday night for the second seed Statesmen as the seventh seed AIB Eagles rolled into Oskaloosa.
The regular basketball season is wrapping up for W-P-U with one game left on the men and women's schedules. The Statesmen had to knock off Viterbo Wednesday night to solidify their chances for a top seed in the men's conference tournament.
It's almost conference tourney time for William Penn. The men and women are looking to go the distance with their MCC foes, but first they had one regular season game against Grand View on their schedule.
William Penn Men's Basketball team is on the rebound . After dropping its first four games to start the season the Statesmen have picked up three wins in a row. CRI spoke with head coach John Henry as WPU begins to find its groove.
Oskaloosa had four wrestler qualify for the 2014 individual state wrestling meet in Des Moines, IA. Representing the maroon and white in Well Fargo Arena were Mason Wisse (182lbs.), Skylar DeJong (120lbs.), Drea Lamb (195lbs.) and Drew Sams (106lbs).
WPU's football squad is back on the road this Saturday for the final time as it heads to Deerfield, Illinois to face Trinity International. The 4 and 6 Statesmen are coming off a tough loss to Grand View. Penn plans to end the season on a high note say's head football coach Todd Hafner.