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September 9, 2014
NWC volleyball falters, but ends on high note
A 1-3 showing at the College of Southern Idaho Starr Invitational on Friday and Saturday has dropped the Northwest College volleyball team to 5-6 this season.


September 9, 2014
NWC women's soccer split last week
The Northwest College men’s and women’s soccer teams each went 1-1 after road trips last week.


September 9, 2014
NWC men's soccer split last week
The NWC men continued a strong start Wednesday, following a 3-0 shutout of Utah State University Eastern with another shutdown outing.


September 4, 2014
Trapper men post shutout in season opener
Auturo Hernandez wanted to make sure Utah State University Eastern came for the rain and nothing else last Saturday.


September 4, 2014
Women blanked in first match
WOMEN: USUE 2, NWC 0 Playing her first game in goal since high school, the Lady Trappers’ Mia Smith played a perfect first half before the Golden Eagles got to her for two goals in the final 45 minutes to hand NWC a defeat in its first regular season match of 2014.


September 2, 2014
NWC men's soccer end scrimmage slate with tie
The Northwest College men’s soccer team finished its preseason with a 2-2 tie on the road against Montana State University-Billings Wednesday.


August 26, 2014
Trapper Volleyball goes 2-2 in Rock Springs
ROCK SPRINGS — The unranked Northwest College volleyball team started its season on a high note Friday


August 19, 2014
Survival top priority for Trapper volleyball
Most teams returning nine players from a squad that finished eighth in the nation would be in pretty good shape.


August 19, 2014
Fixer-upper Trappers look to continue success
If Northwest College offered a degree in plumbing, it’s likely Rob Hill’s women’s soccer team would find permanent stays on the dean’s list.


August 19, 2014
Youth, movement fuels Trapper Men
While discussing the season outlook of their soccer team Friday, the smiles on the faces of Erik Wehse and Omar Garcia never faded. And if the Northwest College men’s soccer team is as successful as the two sophomore captains are predicting, the Trappers may be smiling all season long. "I think it’s going to be a good year - bottom line," said Wehse, who returns as starting goalkeeper from coach Rob Hill’s 2013 squad.


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