Getting to know the Hawks with Gianna Lincoln

August 30, 2015 0 Comments
Getting to know the Hawks with Gianna Lincoln

Each day, Sports Editor Matt Schuckman wants to introduce you to Quincy University’s student-athletes and showcase their personalities and their life beyond the field of play. Part of a senior class that endured a coaching change following their freshman season, Gianna Lincoln has helped the Quincy University women’s volleyball team make progress during coach Bob […]

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Getting to know the Hawks with Xhovani Dokaj

August 26, 2015 0 Comments
Getting to know the Hawks with Xhovani Dokaj

Each day, Sports Editor Matt Schuckman wants to introduce you to Quincy University’s student-athletes and showcase their personalities and their life beyond the field of play. It hasn’t taken long for Xhovani Dokaj to make a name for himself. The junior forward on the Quincy University men’s soccer team is coming off a remarkable season. […]

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Getting to know the Hawks with Natalie Kuhlenberg

August 24, 2015 0 Comments
Getting to know the Hawks with Natalie Kuhlenberg

Each day, Sports Editor Matt Schuckman wants to introduce you to Quincy University’s student-athletes and showcase their personalities and their life beyond the field of play. Natalie Kuhlenberg finds herself in a pivotal position for the QU women’s soccer team. The senior midfielder is anchoring the right wing and providing the Lady Hawks will additional […]

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Getting to know the Hawks with Emily Lindemulder

August 22, 2015 0 Comments
Getting to know the Hawks with Emily Lindemulder

Each day, Sports Editor Matt Schuckman wants to introduce you to Quincy University’s student-athletes and showcase their personalities and their life beyond the field of play. Emily Lindemulder, a junior middle blocker on the women’s volleyball team, averaged a team-leading 1.22 blocks per set last season in which she started 23 matches and finished with […]

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Getting to know the Hawks with Robbie Tays

August 21, 2015 0 Comments
Getting to know the Hawks with Robbie Tays

Each day, Sports Editor Matt Schuckman wants to introduce you to Quincy University’s student-athletes and showcase their personalities and their life beyond the field of play. Robbie Tays, a redshirt junior, will be the anchor of the Quincy University men’s soccer team’s back four this season in his second season as a starter. He earned […]

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Getting to know the Hawks with Maxine Peat

August 20, 2015 0 Comments
Getting to know the Hawks with Maxine Peat

Each day, Sports Editor Matt Schuckman wants to introduce you to Quincy University’s student-athletes and showcase their personalities and their life beyond the field of play. Maxine Peat is entering her fourth season as a starting defender on the Quincy University women’s soccer team. The biology major has played in 61 career games, making 53 […]

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Are you smarter than the sports guys?

August 17, 2015 0 Comments

I hope your answer to that question at the end of the high school football season is yes. And if you are, you might walk away with some cool swag from Refreshment Services Pepsi. We’re bringing back the “Are you smarter than the sports guys?” contest, and over the next 10 weeks, you will have the chance […]

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Where will Porter go?

August 7, 2015 0 Comments
Where will Porter go?

Is Michael Porter Jr. setting up University of Missouri basketball fans for the ultimate heartbreak? Considered the second-best player nationally in the Class of 2017, Porter Jr. announced Wednesday he had narrowed his list of potential college choices to 10. It included some of the usual suspects, such as Duke, Kentucky and Kansas. It also […]

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Who’s next is QND’s most pressing question

August 5, 2015 0 Comments

So where does Quincy Notre Dame go from here? Tom Shields’ decision to resign Sunday as the boys basketball coach without ever coaching a game leaves the QND administration scrambling to fill one of its most high-profile positions less than two weeks before school begins. There is no teaching job or administrative position available at […]

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Shields’ job history reveals a nomadic past

August 5, 2015 0 Comments

Tom Shields abrupt departure from Quincy Notre Dame without ever coaching a game shouldn’t have come as a total surprise. The Illinois Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame coach has done this before. When hired at Hales Franciscan, a private Catholic school in Chicago, in 1990, Shields already had a history of bouncing around. In […]

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