History of Jewell Track & Field - William Jewell College Athletics
In High School: A two-time Kansas Class 2A All-State performer at Olpe High School in track & field as a junior in medaled nine times at the state meet. The Kansas State High School Activities Association (KSHSAA) is the organization which Classes 3A and 2A will continue to have 64 schools each, while the remaining The state track meet hosted its th competition in were moved to the Hartman Arena in Park City, Kansas, and will continue there in Record 6 - 11 Junior Olympic champion surpasses year-old high jump age-group mark, but can't claim record as leap wasn't at USTAF sanctioned meet.
Inthe Annual Field Day was resumed after it had been canceled the previous year due to rain.Boys 3200 Meter Run Finals Class 2A
The spring of was the first year that the track team had a full time coach in Alpha Brummage. Inthe track schedule was greatly expanded with the indoor meet hosted by the Kansas City Athletic Club and dual meets with Washburn and Baker.
The Annual Field Day which had long been so popular began to give way to intercollegiate meets. Jewell won the first state track meet held in Kansas City. Inthe track team won the state track meet held at Kirksville, in in Fayette, inin in Tarkio, and in Because of World War I, Jewell did not enter the state meet in Jewell returned to the state meet in and walked away with yet another title.
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The meet in Cameron was won by Missouri Wesleyan. The first cross country team was fielded in but cross country did not become a full-fledged sport at Jewell until Although it was not a conference sport yet, many colleges were fielding teams. The team was formed through the initiative of Sally Merrell and Jill Adams. Kansas soon answered with Allen Fieldhousewhich would seat 16, The rivalry continued strong through the s, but faded as Kansas began a game win streak against the Wildcats in Manhattan in Kansas State trails in the all-time series, 93— Kansas—Kansas State football rivalry Historically, neither football program has had sustained success.
The rivalry intensified for a period in the early s as both teams entered the national rankings. In Head Coach Bill Snyder gained his first win against the Jayhawks and over the next 12 years Kansas would only beat the Wildcats once, inuntil KU finally won again in a home game in The rivalry intensified again in the s as Kansas returned to relevance under Mark Mangino and the Wildcats struggled under Ron Prince.
Sincethe two teams have competed for the Governor's Cup. Kansas State leads during the Governor's Cup era 28—19—1, but trails in the all-time series, 45—64—5.
Nebraska Cornhuskers[ edit ] Football After the creation of the Big 12 Conference inthrough the early s, the Wildcats and Cornhuskers consistently competed for the Big 12 North championship. Before the s, however, the series was severely one-sided, with Kansas State losing 29 consecutive games to Nebraska until November 14, when the 1-ranked Wildcats beat 11 Nebraska 40— Kansas State subsequently beat Nebraska in, and Nebraska still leads the series Volleyball Nebraska was the Wildcats' biggest volleyball rival before leaving for the Big Ten Conference in