Women’s College Basketball: West Named New Assistant Coach

Brittany West has been named the new assistant women’s basketball coach for Iowa Wesleyan, head coach Steve Williamson has announced.

West enjoyed a stellar year a fifth-year senior, where she averaged 17.8 points per game on 48% shooting from the three point line.

Hailing from Shakopee, Minnesota, West was named the Most Outstanding Player of the Continental Athletic Conference Tournament and was and the league’s Newcomer of the Year and was a First Team All-Conference selection.

In Wesleyan’s final game of the season West broke two school records, beating the record for points scored in a single game and three-pointers made in a single game.

The Wesleyan women finished this year with a 19-6 record and return several key pieces to next year’s group.

College Softball: Anderson, Indian Hills Season Closes

Former Winfield-Mount Union star Madie Anderson and the Indians Hills softball team saw their season come to a close this weekend, falling twice to Crowder College in the Midwest District Tournament.

Anderson took the loss in the game one of the best-of-three series, striking out seven over 6.1 innings.

The former Winfield-Mount Union ace led the Warriors to its most team wins since 2006 after posting a team-high 17 wins in the circle.

Anderson tossed seven complete games on the year, including three shutouts.

Indian Hills closed their season with a record of 46-10.

College Track and Field: Former Notre Dame Star Wins MVC Title

Former Burlington Notre Dame star Rylie Todd has claimed a Missouri Valley Conference title.

Todd cleared 5-8 on the high jump to take first at the Missouri Valley Outdoor Conference Championships.

Todd helped guide the Panthers to a fourth place finish.

The UNI men placed third.

The men were paced by former West Burlington ace Isaiah Trousil, who brought home third-place hardware in the 200m dash.

Prep Baseball: First Radio Iowa Baseball Announced

Class 1A

1. Lansing Kee (35-10)
2. Mason City Newman (34-2)
3. North Linn (34-6)
4. New London (26-2)
5. Kingsley-Pierson (28-4)
6. Don Bosco (24-5)
7. Council Bluffs St. Albert (35-8)
8. Woodbury Central (23-10)
9. Martensdale-St. Mary’s (22-8)
10.Remsen St. Mary’s (27-4)

Class 2A

1. Van Meter (31-7)
2. Jesup (26-4)
3. Mid-Prairie (19-8)
4. Clarinda (18-12)
5. Dyersville Beckman (21-15)
6. West Marshall (24-12)
7. Camanche (24-7)
8. Spirit Lake (17-8)
9. Estherville Lincoln Central (20-6)
10.Anamosa (20-20)

Class 3A

1. Marion (37-6)
2. Dubuque Wahlert (32-11)
3. Cedar Rapids Xavier (27-13)
4. Winterset (22-12)
5. Grinnell (30-6)
6. Davenport Assumption (25-14)
7. Waverly-Shell Rock (33-8)
8. Solon (29-12)
9. Independence (27-14)
10.Sergeant Bluff-Luton (24-16)

Class 4A

1. Johnston (37-8)
2. Dowling Catholic (32-8)
3. Iowa City High (29-14)
4. Ankeny Centennial (18-18)
5. Cedar Rapids Prairie (33-9)
6. Waukee Northwest NR
7. Dubuque Hempstead (30-11)
8. Pleasant Valley (37-4)
9. North Scott (26-14)
10.Indianola (30-11)