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Sterling Warriors

Sterling College Warriors
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University Sterling College
Conference(s) Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference
NAIA Region IV
Athletics director Gary Kempf
Location Sterling, KS
Varsity teams 13
Football stadium Smisor Stadium
Basketball arena Gleason Center
Nickname Warriors
Fight song
Colors Red and Blue

         

Homepage Sterling College Warriors athletics home page

Sterling College athletic teams are known as the Warriors. 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
Cross Country
Football
Golf
Soccer
Track & Field
Basketball
Cross Country
Soccer
Softball
Track & Field
Volleyball

Football

For current information see 2012 Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference football season

Football at Sterling comes off the 2009 season with a fourth-place finish in the conference and a 6-4 record.[1] Andy Lambert is the program's current head coach as well as the athletic director at the school.[2] Notable former athletes include actor Clarence Gilyard.[3]

During the 1905 season, the Coleman Company set up temporary gas-powered lighting for a night game against Fairmount College (now called Wichita State University). It was the first night football game played west of the Mississippi River.[4] Fairmount won the game 24–0.[5]


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