COLUMBIA, Ky. — Ashford's first taste of the NAIA softball tournament was a bitter one.
CLINTON — Ashford is closing in a couple of weeks, and because of that, the athletic department quickly inducted three recent softball players into the Hall of Fame on Friday.
MILWAUKEE — Ashford’s Natalia Reynoso hit a grand slam in the top of the seventh inning that helped the Saints avoid a sweep against Cardinal Stritch in college softball Monday.
DUBUQUE — Clarke handed Ashford a pair of eight-run baseball losses Saturday, beating the Saints 8-0 in the opener and 10-2 in the second game at A.J. Spiegel Field.
MORRISON, Ill. — Ashford was swept in the opening day of the Ashford Breast Cancer Awareness Jamboree with an 11-8 loss to Robert Morris, then a 16-1 defeat to No. 11 ranked Georgia Gwinnett.
JOLIET, Ill. — Ashford pitcher Kane Klais recorded 10 strikeouts en route to the seven-inning shutout that gave the Saints (3-18) a 2-0 win, their third of the season, against St. Francis on Sunday.
DAVENPORT — St. Ambrose did most of its damage early and came away with a pair of one-run victories against Ashford in non-conference college softball Tuesday.
PEKIN, Ill. — Monday was a great day for Taylor Ellestad, as she clubbed three home runs to carry the Ashford Softball squad to a 7-1 victory over Mount Mercy inside the Avanti’s Dome in Pekin, Illinois. Nicole Schmidt picked up two wins, the second one in relief as the Saints swept the Must…
CEDAR RAPIDS — Ashford caught up with Mount Mercy’s second-quarter double-digit lead on Wednesday, but Mustangs guard Makenzie Zeitler hit two free throws with 15 seconds left in overtime to win 68-66.
CLINTON — Ashford Head Softball Coach Kevin Jannusch announced the 2016 and final Saints’ schedule, which includes three teams that finished 2015 in the NAIA Coaches Final top 25 poll and three more that received votes in the postseason poll.
CLINTON — Ashford tried to get its first win Saturday over a team it had beaten last season in the national tournament, but Indiana Wesleyan had a different idea in the fourth quarter.
MOUNT VERNON, Ohio — It wasn’t quite the day that Ashford drew up. The Ashford men’s soccer, women’s soccer and volleyball teams each fell victim to playoff losses Saturday across the Midwest.
JOLIET, Ill. — Even though Ashford scored 21 points in the fourth quarter Tuesday, St. Francis held the Saints to just nine points in the first quarter in the 75-61 Fighting Saints win.
DES MOINES — Grand View ended the Ashford women’s eight-game winning streak with a tie, and its men’s team defeated the Saints 1-0 in a college soccer doubleheader Tuesday.
CLINTON — Saturday ended with a joyful tear, as Ashford walked off its home pitch for the last time in a regular-season men’s soccer contest. Ashford defeated Avila 5-0.
CLINTON -- Ashford wasted no time getting on the scoreboard, and the Saints used the early momentum to defeat Mount Mercy 4-1 in Association of Independent Institutions men’s soccer Wednesday night.
CLINTON — Ashford scored five unanswered goals after allowing one and defeated Johnson & Wales (Colorado) 5-1 in women's soccer Friday afternoon on the South Campus field. The men's team then completed the sweep with a 3-1 victory over Johnson & Wales.
CLINTON – The Ashford volleyball team bounced back from two Friday losses with a pair of wins Saturday and then wrapped up the weekend Sunday by beating Fisk University 25-13, 25-23, 25-11.
CLINTON — Ashford pulled out a pair of close victories in the first two sets and went on to beat Mount Mercy 25-22, 25-23, 23-25, 25-21 on Tuesday in women’s volleyball at Kehl Arena.
CLINTON – On a hot and steamy evening outside, the Ashford volleyball team cooled off St. Ambrose inside Kehl Arena in a three-set sweep Tuesday evening.
CLINTON — One more final season for Oliver Drake just wasn’t meant to be. Instead of coaching at Ashford this season, Drake and assistant coach Josh Pickens will lead the Midland University program in Fremont, Nebraska.
MISHAWAKA, Ind. — Ashford picked up its first victory of the season Friday as it split a pair of matches on the first day of the Bethel Invitational volleyball tournament.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Perhaps Jeff Gordon should have known what was to come this season, his final as a NASCAR driver, when he crashed on the last lap of the Daytona 500. Then he crashed the next week at Atlanta and this farewell tour of sorts had officially stalled out of the gate.
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