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Athletics briefs

Nov 15th, 2010
Athletics briefs

UIW enters Lone Star Conference In July, UIW officially became the 16th member of the NCAA’s Lone Star Conference, a league that has nearly 80 years of history behind it. The Lone Star Conference sponsors championships in 16 sports, eight men’s and eight women’s. Incarnate Word will be the sole member to compete in all
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Head swim coach receives top honor

Jul 15th, 2010
Head swim coach receives top honor

Davis gets award as men’s team places second at Nationals By Ashley Festa Phillip Davis is on a roll since becoming swimming and diving head coach four years ago, and he has no plans to slow down. He joined UIW in 2006 as the women’s coach and began building what was only a three-member team
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Cardinal Roundup

Jul 15th, 2010
Cardinal Roundup

By Andrew Festa Athletes of the year Two of Incarnate Word’s top honors for 2009-10 were awarded to basketball stars. Pierce Caldwell was named Male Athlete of the Year, and Nia Torru won Female Athlete of the Year. Caldwell finished his college career as UIW’s all-time leader in 3-pointers (263) and free-throw percentage (.873) and
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Men’s tennis team top-ranked in South Central Region

Mar 12th, 2010
Men’s tennis team top-ranked  in South Central Region

By Andrew Festa UIW tennis coach John Newman stands in front of his players, who are assembled on the bleachers at Clarence Mabry Tennis Center on campus. It’s a chilly Saturday morning in January, a few weeks before the spring season begins, but he’s speaking to them as if they’re in the middle of heated
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Making History

Nov 20th, 2009
Making History

Football has arrived at UIW, and with it came tremendous school spirit. Students, employees and thousands of others in the San Antonio community came out in droves to Benson Stadium to support the Cardinals during their inaugural season. At the first Cardinal football game against Monterrey Tech on Aug. 29, Benson Stadium was standing-room only.
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In the Huddle

Nov 20th, 2009
In the Huddle

By Mike Santiago, UIW Head Football Coach I thought the most exciting time in Cardinal football history was going to be the inaugural kickoff against Monterrey Tech. I will admit, I was a little teary eyed when we did kickoff. And I was in a full-blown cry when Tech returned the ball 62 yards. At
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UIW FOOTBALL 2009: The First Season

Nov 20th, 2009
UIW FOOTBALL 2009: The First Season

Football at UIW is more than just two teams battling on a Saturday afternoon, with thousands of fans tailgating before kickoff with family and friends. A football program improves the university as a whole. It injects a serious jolt of energy into the university’s campus life. Students who might ordinarily search for off-campus weekend activities
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Cardinal Craze

Nov 20th, 2009
Cardinal Craze

By Deyanira Romo Rossell With sheer spirit, Cardinal fans are the powerful wind beneath the wings of a fledgling football program at the University of the Incarnate Word. As the Cardinals take on the Midwestern State University Mustangs on a balmy September night, the temperature is high, the humidity is higher, and the spirit at
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Cardinal Football 2010 Season

Nov 20th, 2009

Is your Cardinal Fever soaring? Soon you will be able to buy or renew your season tickets for the 2010 football season. Check www.cardinalathletics.com for more information about season tickets and other Cardinal sports. Date Opponent Location Aug. 28 Open Date TBA Sept. 4 Texas A&M University-Commerce Benson Stadium Sept. 11 Southeastern Oklahoma State University Oklahoma
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UIWTV brings Cardinal football to China

Nov 20th, 2009
UIWTV brings Cardinal football to China

By Joseph Kirby, of China Incarnate Word Cardinal fans from the other side of the globe cheered for the UIW football team as it earned its first win in history. Living in Zengcheng City, Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, China, faculty members at China Incarnate Word (CIW) were able to watch the game live, play-by-play, thanks to
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