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Turn Things Around: Serbian Native Looks to Shine for Wildcats

Not many people are given a chance to play Div. I sports. Out of all the high school athletes in the nation, only five percent go on to play college sports, according to the NCAA. Junior guard Jovan Crnic was given several offers, however, after his second year at Northern Oklahoma College in Tonkawa, Oklahoma. Crnic, […]

Make it Rain: Wentz proves height isn’t everything

Standing at 5-foot-9, Parker Wentz can count on one hand the times he’s guarded an opponent who was shorter than him. At the Div. I level of college basketball, where guards typically exceed six-feet, it puts the sharpshooter from Lubbock at a normal disadvantage. But you don’t become one of ACU’s premiere men’s basketball players […]

Miss Everything: Williams proves talents across the board

Whitney Williams has a drive that is matched by few. From being a Div. I tennis player to competing in the 2012 Arctic Winter Games to being the Miss Alaska Teen USA 2014, when Williams puts her mind to something, she does it. Born in Alexandria, Louisiana, sophomore Whitney Williams began her tennis career as a […]

Global perspectives in 20 minutes or less

The 24fps International Short Film Festival is bringing global perspectives to the Paramount. On Nov 6-7, 31 short films will be shown at the Paramount Theatre. Single program tickets are $10, and a festival pass is $20. Tickets can be purchased online at or at the venue. “The festival is geared toward independent film […]

Going Deep: Whitley proves playmaking ability for Wildcats

When it comes to the deep ball, Carl Whitley has become the Wildcats top option. It’s nothing for Whitley to put up a few only few catches a game, but to finish as the top yardage receiver for ACU. In only his first year at ACU, junior receiver Carl Whitley has already had a huge […]

Butler shifts high school success into Div. I excellence

Jabari Butler does not mind the spotlight. In fact, he enjoys it, and it’s easy to see why. After playing high school football at one of the top programs in the nation, Butler has grown used to the spotlight being around him, and sometimes directly on him. “Playing at Gorman, I think it prepared me for […]

Goodenough makes ACU home in her fourth season

Born in Haskell, Texas, women’s basketball coach Julie Goodenough says that she got into coaching basketball because of her father. He coached her brother’s third grade basketball team and let her participate as a first grader. Her drive for the game continued as a player for the University of Texas-Arlington. “I loved it, it is my […]

100 and Counting: Wilson reaches milestone in memorable season

Women’s soccer head Coach Casey Wilson won his 100th game at the helm of the program on Sunday against McNeese State. The double overtime, instant classic saw ACU win 3-2 and continued its dominance against the conference. This win puts Coach Wilson at 100-62-13 for his career record. “I knew it was coming up, but I […]

Seniors prepare for bittersweet last ACU season

Senior men’s tennis players Marco Bensley, Brandon McCarty and Jason Proctor are currently in their final fall season of ACU tennis and will start their final spring season next semester. Despite this year being their last as Wildcat athletes, they are looking forward to their experiences going forward and looking back on how the program […]

Senior trio finds way to win despite odds

For ACU volleyball’s seniors Madison Hoover, Sarah Siemens and Jennie Loerch, the journey has been anything but consistent. However, through coaching changes, a transition to Div. 1 and player exits, one thing has remained the same for these three: Each other. “We always like talk about that how like it’s been a hard four years here at ACU, […]

Ahead of the Pack: Freshmen Standouts Boost ACU Soccer

It’s not supposed to happen like this. This isn’t how it’s supposed to go. To be this young and this good, already, it just doesn’t happen. Not everyday at least. That’s the case for two members of the women’s soccer squad. Freshmen Dylan Owens and Sophie Standifer have quickly proven that success does not always […]

Put the Hurt On: Nursing Major Pummels Offenses

At 6’1” and 290 pounds, Josh Bloom does not strike most people as the prototypical nurse in training. In fact, if anything, he may remind most as a bodyguard or club bouncer. But looks can be misleading, as the ACU football defensive tackle and nursing major spends most of his time tackling and sending opponents to […]