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by Colin Vedros, KNWD Sports Broadcaster One of the sweetest things about playing for a college softball squad are the milestones throughout a season. For the Lady Demons, the last game of the series gained a sweep at Incarnate Word as well as a stunning conclusion; E.C. Delafield notched a no-hitter in collection with her win on Saturday. NSU takes the top spot inContinue reading “Demons Complete Sweep Behind No-Hitter from Delafield”
Demons drop another close game to Southeastern, falling to 0-2 to open the season.
Demons end their series with Incarnate Word to tie the series with a walk-off by Cameron Parikh.
By Richard Brumbelow, KNWD Sports Director As the college football season dawned in the late summer of 2020, the sports world was full of different rumors and news on how the season would continue. There were many typical questions such as teams’ protocols, testing, attendance, and so on. Some conferences, such as the Southland, homeContinue reading “COVID-19 Tests NCAA”
Dobby, the Rookie, and the Hub: How the Dallas Stars Made Their Way into the 2020 Stanley Cup Finals
Throughout most of the regular NHL season, the Dallas Stars flew under the radar. Yes, the team was good, however there was much controversy surrounding the team. On December 9, 2019, the hockey world was made aware of the firing of Dallas Stars head coach, Jim Montgomery. When the Dallas Stars organization released a statement on theContinue reading “Dobby, the Rookie, and the Hub: How the Dallas Stars Made Their Way into the 2020 Stanley Cup Finals”
KNWD Sports Director Cole Brumbelow runs through the upcoming NFL season and what to expect when professional football returns this Sunday.
By Albert Hewitt, KNWD Sports Director Kobe Bean Bryant was drafted into the NBA in 1996. Ironically, this is the same year that I was born. Growing up Kobe was more than just a basketball player to me. The game is of course how he began to creep into the hearts of fans all overContinue reading “Kobe From Our Perspectives”