10 | 02 | 15 - Volleyball

They had them on the ropes!  After taking the first two sets, the Haskell Indian Nations University volleyball team let the College of the Ozarks back in the match.  That glimpse of hope allowed the Bobcats to survive and put on a dominating performance in the third set with a 25 - 8 victory.

10 | 01 | 15 - Men's Golf

The two-day golf event at the Kansas Wesleyan Fall Invitational saw similar results for the HINU squad.  The team of five - Josiah Kurley, Johnny Wright, Trevor Pueblo, Steven Harshberger, Brandon Thompson - each produced a score of 80 or above on a round during the tournament.  That inconsistency in competition play puzzles Head Coach Gary Tanner.

9 | 30 | 15 - Volleyball

Any other team may have folded but Haskell Indian Nations volleyball team kept working.  After a grueling weekend of competition, their hard work and persistence paid off Tuesday as HINU dominated their match against York (NE) College at the Coffin Sports Complex.  The Indians took the first set 25 - 20 and the second by a 25 - 17 margin.

9 | 28 | 15 - Volleyball

The numbers tell the story for the Haskell Indian Nations University volleyball team.  Five matches against three ranked opponents in two days!  It was a grueling schedule and it all began Friday as HINU met Avila University in Kansas City.  The Indians set the pace early and charged out to an eight point lead in the first set.  However, the Eagles battled back to win a close decision 25 - 22 and then would capture the second set 25 - 16.  Down by two, the third set would go back and forth until two straight kills by Avila's Cydney Newton finished the competition 25 - 23.

Featured Athlete
Jenine Coriz

Jenine Coriz, a Senior guard transfer from New Mexico Highlands University is a member of the Cochiti Pueblo and Santo Domingo Pueblo Tribe. Coriz, from Santa Fe NM, will be graduating in the fall of 2015 in Business Adminstration. Last semester, she held a 4.0 GPA.

Coriz recently received MCAC's Player of the Week & made her season ‘Player High’ in Points (29), Field goals Made (12), Field Goals Attempted (17) and 3pt Field Goals made (5)/Attempted (6) all against Graceland University.

Ms. Jenine is Ranked in Division II:

#1 in Total Steals (40)

#6 in Steals per Game (4.000)

#15 in Total Assists (40)

#26 in Total Scoring (158)

#48 Field Goal Pct (0.491)

#50 Assists per Game (4.000)

WAY TO GO JENINE! Keep up the good work!

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