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Annual flag football tournament a hit, 4-time winner emerges

by Rob Logsdon, Sports Reporter

October 14, 2015

Filed under Football, Sports

When most people think about homecoming, they think Saturday tailgates and the Storm taking on an Iowa Conference foe on the gridiron. Some students also look forward to the annual flag football tournament put on by Student Gover...

Former tight end coach becomes full-time member of Simpson football’s coaching staff

by Erich Bogner, Sports Reporter

April 14, 2015

Filed under Football, Sports

After three years as Simpson College’s tight ends coach, Pete Traynor is getting his shot to do what he loves most.On March 9, Coach Traynor was hired as a full-time member of the Simpson football coaching staff. His roles will be...

Simpson football has solid turnout on Campus Day

by Erich Bogner, reporter

April 7, 2015

Filed under Football, Sports

The Campus Day tradition of service was continued by returners and newcomers to Simpson College last Wednesday.Campus day was started in 1889 and is Simpson’s longest running tradition. This year, more than 600 people volunteered on Simpson...

Three athletes share three major themes: studies, football and track

by Erich Bogner, sports reporter

February 17, 2015

Filed under Football, Sports

While most of the Simpson College football team is focusing on off season workouts, some of them are in the middle of their second sport, track.Freshmen Jackson Redmond, Davey Jergens and sophomore Trevor McKee are three of these...

Senior Day closes with loss, Football looks to get healthy and return experienced

by Brock Borgeson

November 18, 2014

Filed under Football, Sports

Simpson College football fell to Luther College 42-35 on a snowy senior day Saturday as Norse running back Christian Moore scored a game-winning touchdown with 21 seconds remaining.“The game was always winnable,” senior linebacker...