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Saint Mary Spires

Saint Mary Spires
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University University of Saint Mary
Conference(s) Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference
NAIA Region IV
Athletics director
Location Leavenworth, KS
Varsity teams 8
Football stadium USM Football/Soccer Complex
Basketball arena Ryan Sports Center
Baseball stadium Kehoe Memorial Baseball Field
Mascot Spyro
Nickname Spires
Fight song
Colors Navy and Gold

         

Homepage Saint Mary Spires athletics

Saint Mary athletic teams are known as the Spires. They are part of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), primarily competing in the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC).

Men's Sports Women's Sports
Baseball
Basketball
Football
Soccer
Basketball
Soccer
Softball
Volleyball


Football

For the current season see 2012 Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference football season

Saint Mary began its football program in 2000 under Kevin Haslam and the current coach is Lance Hinson. As of conclusion of the 2007 season, the school has an all-time record of 22 wins, 53 losses, and 0 ties.[1]

Seasons Coach Record Notes
Sivertson 1998-1999 3-3 The first coach who initiated the program
Haslam 2000-2001 1-17 First coach for a varsity season
Frear 2002-2004 10-18 2002 KCAC Coach of the Year
Hinson 2005-present 16-23 2005 KCAC Coach of the Year

Softball

In 2001 St.Mary's softball team won the KCAC tournament in their first season in the league.[2]


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