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Kirkwood Community College - Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Eagles push Indian Hills to limit

OTTUMWA - The Kirkwood men's basketball team gave one of the top junior college programs in the country a real battle Saturday night before falling short.

Indian Hills trimmed the Eagles, 94-89, in a shootout at the Blackwell Tire Classic at the Indian Hills gym in Ottumwa.

Indian Hills is ranked No. 5 in the country at the NJCAA Division I level and has five players who have committed to major four-year colleges. Kirkwood is ranked No. 7 at the NJCAA Division II level and has no major college commitments at this point.

Najeal Young tossed in 26 points and Kasey Semler added 23 for the Eagles (1-1). Young, a 6-5 freshman from Milwaukee, made nine field goals and was 8 for 12 at the foul line. Semler, a 6-1 sophomore from Marion, made four 3-pointers.

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Kirkwood makes NJCAA volleyball tourney

IOWA FALLS - The Kirkwood Community College volleyball team earned a free trip to Toledo, Ohio on Saturday.

Toledo may not be the vacation capital of the world, but that's where the NJCAA Division II national tournament will be held Nov. 15-17.

The fourth-ranked Eagles defeated No. 10 DMACC, 25-22, 23-25, 25-23, 25-20, in the regional finals to reach the national tournament for the second time in three years.

Alexus Litts, a 5-foot-10 sophomore from Cedar Rapids Kennedy, collected 43 assists in the regional finals and was named the Most Valuable Player on the all-tournament team.

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Jacobs has big double-double for Eagles

WEST BURLINGTON - Kianna Jacobs scored 17 points and grabbed 18 rebounds Saturday as Kirkwood drubbed Lewis & Clark, 89-58, at the Southeastern Classic in West Burlington.

The 18 rebounds tied the fifth-most in school history.

"She was just invincible," Kirkwood assistant coach Joe Hruska reported.

Last Updated on Saturday, 10 November 2012 17:38

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Semler nets 20 as No. 7 Eagles roll

OTTUMWA - Kasey Semler made five 3-pointers and scored 20 points Friday as the Kirkwood Eagles opened the season with a 102-50 romp past the William Penn junior varsity at the Indian Hills Classic.

Jalen Currie scored 16 points, J.C. Fuller netted 15 points and Devan Douglas had 13 for Kirkwood.

The seventh-ranked Eagles led at halftime, 55-22.

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Kirkwood women stroll in opener, 109-34

WEST BURLINGTON - The Kirkwood Community College women's basketball team opened the season Friday afternoon by blasting Highland Community College, 109-34, in the first round of the Southeastern Classic in West Burlington.

The game was tied, 2-2, when the Eagles scored 29 straight points for a 31-2 bulge. Kirkwood led 58-13 at halftime.

Alexis Fitzpatrick led Kirkwood with 16 points. Sierra Chambers scored 14 points, Shahana Williams netted 12, Kianna Jacobs had 11 and Whitney Rohrbach scored 11.

 

Last Updated on Saturday, 10 November 2012 17:39

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No. 7 Kirkwood men open year Friday

The Kirkwood Eagles have a 6-foot-11 center from Nigeria who resembles former NBA Hall of Famer David Robinson at times with a left-handed baby hook near the basket.

Unfortunately for Kirkwood, Henry Uwadiae is academically ineligible this season and won't be able to play for the Eagles until next year.

It's doubly unfortunate, because 6-foot-8 sophomore center Matt Tiby won't play for Kirkwood in their first two games this weekend due to a violation of team rules. That leaves the Eagles a little shorthanded as they begin the new campaign.

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No. 5 Kirkwood women look strong again

The women's basketball team at Kirkwood Community College has depth, talent, size, good shooters and an exceptionally successful head coach.

Good luck, opponents.

Coach Kim Muhl plans to put five experienced sophomores in the starting lineup when the fifth-ranked Eagles open the season Friday afternoon against Highland (Ill.) Community College at the Southeastern Classic in West Burlington.

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Eagles eye spot in national tourney

The Kirkwood Community College volleyball team has compiled a 36-8 record this season despite a demanding schedule.

One more victory will send the fourth-ranked Eagles to the national tournament.

Kirkwood will face 10th-ranked DMACC in the regional finals at 2 p.m. Saturday in Iowa Falls, with the winner advancing to the national meet Nov. 15-17 in Toledo, Ohio.

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Taylor Olson finds new home at Kirkwood

Taylor Olson thought about living at home this year while he played basketball at Kirkwood Community College, but then he had second thoughts.

"I was going to live at home, but everybody else was on campus so I decided to be with the team," he said Friday night.

It looks like he's quickly found a new home with the Eagles.

Olson started at point guard for Kirkwood in its scrimmage against Coe College at Johnson Hall Friday and looked especially sharp with his passing and ballhandling.

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