News & Events

Sterling College Volleyball Coach Jenny Ellis Named Conference “Coach of the Year”

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January 13, 2010

Do the little things and everything will fall into place!” This was the motto of the 2009 Sterling College Lady Warriors Volleyball team, and it came true. The team, and the season, “fell into place,” finishing with a 13-5 record and third place in the conference and with “Freshman of the Year” and “Coach of the Year” honors.

Sterling College Announces Fall Dean's List

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January 12, 2010

Sterling College named 186 students to their Dean's List following the fall semester. Criteria for the Dean's List include the completion of at least twelve graded credit hours and a semester GPA of 3.5 or better. e.Sterling students must have completed at least ten credit hours.
The following students received this honor for their hard work and dedication to learning.
Darius Alexander of Little Rock, Ark.
Brian Allen of Caldwell, Kan.
Natalie Allen of Muscatine, Iowa.*
Rae Allman of Coweta, Okla.

MEGAN PATRICK NAMED KCAC "PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Release Date: 
January 12, 2010

Sterling College sophomore Megan Patrick was named the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference "Player of the Week" after helping lead the Lady Warriors to wins over Friends University and #21 Kansas Wesleyan University last week.

Patrick, a 5'10 guard, averaged 28.5 ppg. and 4.5 rrg. in Sterling's two conference victories last week.

MEGAN PATRICK NAMED KCAC "PLAYER OF THE WEEK"

Release Date: 
January 12, 2010

Sterling College sophomore Megan Patrick was named the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference "Player of the Week" after helping lead the Lady Warriors to wins over Friends University and #21 Kansas Wesleyan University last week.

Patrick, a 5'10 guard, averaged 28.5 ppg. and 4.5 rrg. in Sterling's two conference victories last week.

Sterling College Art Professor William Morse Publishes Children’s Books

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January 6, 2010

When William Morse’s three children were small, they enjoyed the graphic design characters and stories he created for them. Through the years Morse has used those same characters in animated CDs, videos, and, most recently, books. Now that Devin, Morse’s oldest child, is 23 and a gaming major in college, he wants to help his dad use the characters in a 3D game.