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Saints run win total to eight games

winning trend for the nationally eighth-ranked University of St. Francis women’s basketball team continues as the Saints extended their current streak to eight games Jan. 11 with a 68-30 home decision over Judson in Chicagoland... — Updated 1/15/2020

 
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Flyer women led wire-to-wire for fourth-straight win

Lewis University’s women’s basketball team led wire-to-wire to pick up its fourth straight victory defeating William Jewell 70-63 on Saturday afternoon at Neil Carey Arena. The Flyers improve to 8-5, 5-0 GLVC while the... — Updated 1/15/2020

 

Flyer women beat Bellarmine

Lewis University’s women’s basketball team held off a late charge to defeat Bellarmine 78-76 on Saturday afternoon at Knights Hall in Louisville, Ky. The Flyers remain unbeaten in GLVC play at 3-0 and improve to 6-5 overall... — Updated 1/8/2020

 

St. Francis men drop high-scoring affair to GSU

The University of St. Francis men’s basketball team turned in a balanced scoring effort as six Saints recorded double-digit points but not enough to come away with a victory as Governors State posted a 98-91 win this Saturday... — Updated 12/18/2019

 

Farrell Notches 1,000th Point for University of Chicago

Bolingbrook resident Mia Farrel,l who attended St. Dominic School and Joliet Catholic Academy, recently reached a milestone by scoring her 1,000th point for her basketball career... — Updated 12/18/2019

 

Lewis men's volleyball team is picked first in the MIVA

The Lewis University men’s volleyball team is picked first in the preseason Midwest Intercollegiate Volleyball Association (MIVA) preseason poll, released Monday (Dec. 16). The Flyers received 63 points, including seven first... — Updated 12/18/2019

 

Plainfield's Allensworth leads USF women's bowlers

Led by all-tournament selections Megan Allensworth (SO/Plainfield, Ill.) and Abby Ragsdale (SR/Aurora, Ill.), the nationally-ranked University of St. Francis women’s bowling team advanced as far as the semifinal round of the... — Updated 12/11/2019

 

North Central defeats top-ranked Mount Union

It was a game that surpassed all the records, benchmarks and superlative descriptions of a college football game, postseason or otherwise, and the torrid pace set by the offenses of both teams left most spectators figuring the... — Updated 12/4/2019

 

Pair of Saints to compete in inaugural NAIA classic

A pair of University of St. Francis football senior student-athletes, Kody Randa (SR/Sandwich, Ill.) and Brandon Ruffin (SR/Peoria, Ill.) will be representing the Saints at the 2019 NAIA Senior Football Classic, which will be held... — Updated 12/4/2019

 

Plainfield's Farley earns All-Conference for UW-Whitewater Men's Soccer

Jake Farley, a native of Plainfield, IL, and graduate of Plainfield North High School, is one of 10 members of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater men's soccer team who were sele... — Updated 11/12/2019

 

No. 8 ranked volleyball sweeps McKendree in GLVC tilt

Lewis' eighth ranked women's volleyball team bounced back after a tough four set loss on Friday night sweeping McKendree on Saturday afternoon in Lebanon, Ill. The Flyers improve... — Updated 11/6/2019

 

Men's bowlers rakned No. 5 in NAIA

The 2019-20 University of St. Francis men's bowling team is now ranked tied for fifth in the latest (Oct. 9) NAIA Men's Bowling Coaches' Top 10 Poll, which was released this Thursda... — Updated 10/16/2019

 

Burks leads Flyer men's bowlers to seventh place

In the opening tournament of the season for the Lewis University men's bowling team, the Flyers set a program mark with their highest finish ever, placing seventh in the 26-team... — Updated 10/9/2019

 

Lewis soccer looks to improve on its preseason pick of eighth in the Great Lakes Valley Conference

Lewis University’s women’s soccer team placed eighth in the annual Great Lakes Valley Conference preseason poll. The Flyers were 9-7-2 last season and had an 8-5 ledger in... — Updated 10/8/2019

 

Lewis University women's volleyball team is picked to win the Great Lakes Valley Conference title

The Great Lakes Valley Conference announced on Aug. 20 that the No. 7 Lewis University women's volleyball team was picked to win the GLVC Title in the annual GLVC Preseason Coaches... — Updated 10/8/2019

 
 By Mark Gregory    Sports

Bolingbrook's Borland looks to lead No. 5 ranked Ohio State to a National Championship

Heading into his junior season at Ohio State University, Bolingbrook graduate Tuf Borland is excited for the changes on the horizon. Ryan Day takes over for Urban Meyer as head... — Updated 10/8/2019

 
 By Mark Gregory    Sports

Coaching pedigree

After completing her internship at Argo High School at the end of last school year, Kristen Shimko was looking for a job. She went into Morton College in Cicero looking for a... — Updated 10/8/2019

 

Milton breaks two records in win

Dwayne Milton (SR/Machesney Park, Ill.) broke two school records and tied two others and the University of St. Francis offense tied one other mark in closing Mid-States Football... — Updated 10/7/2019

 

Lewis win 12th game of the season, pair of Flyers earn Great Lakes Valley Conference weekly awards

The sixth ranked Lewis women's volleyball team extended its winning streak to six matches with a sweep of Quincy on Saturday afternoon at Neil Carey Arena. The Flyers improve to... — Updated 10/7/2019

 

Several talented Voyager Media football players are scattered over top college programs

When the best of the best line up on Saturday's to compete for a shot at an NCAA Division-I FBS National Championship, there are good odds there will be some representitive from... — Updated 10/7/2019

 
 By Mark Gregory    Sports

Former Joliet West coach helped Michigan reach the National Championship game

When the University of Michigan made its run to the NCAA Men's Basketball National Championship game, it did so with help from a former local coach. Former Joliet West head coach... — Updated 10/7/2019

 
 By Mark Gregory    Sports

Tyler Lancaster has been through a lot to get to where he is, and he knows what he has to do

For anyone who plays college football, their ultimate dream is to hear their name called at the NFL Draft as one of the more than 250 selections by one of the 32 teams of the National Football League. That was the dream of... — Updated 10/7/2019

 

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