Mar 5, 2024

Dordt in the News: February 15 - March 5

Here’s where Dordt University was recently mentioned in the media and by news sources.

March 5

“Catch up on the thrilling games and upcoming title matches in the GPAC basketball tournaments as Dordt women and Morningside men advance.”

“Former Atlantic standout Craig Alan Becker was a key part of Dordt University’s success over the weekend at the NAIA National Indoor Track Meet over the weekend at the Jackrabbit Indoor Sports Complex, on the campus of South Dakota State University.”

March 3

GPAC men’s and women’s basketball tournament highlights and scores (SiouxlandProud)

“Morningside men’s basketball handed Northwestern its first home loss of the season 93-83, while Dordt women’s basketball holds off Dakota Wesleyan 69-59 in the GPAC Tournament semifinals.”

February 28

Dordt Choral Ensembles Winter Concert (N’West Iowa REVIEW)

“Dordt University in Sioux Center will host a Choral Ensembles Winter Concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 29, in B.J. Haan Auditorium.”

February 22

Borkowski brings home running award; team finishes third (Harlan Online)

“2020 HCHS graduate and current Dordt Defender Senior Lucy Borkowski helped lead her track & field team to a third place finish at the Great Plains Athletic Conference held for two days at the Ruth Donohoe First Dakota Field House in Yankton, South Dakota.”

February 20

Dordt women’s basketball aims to continue its dominance heading into postseason play (SiouxlandProud)

“Just two games remain in the regular season for the Dordt Defenders women’s basketball team as the Sioux Center bunch has been among the best in the NAIA all season long, looking to carry that over into the playoffs. One word to describe the Defenders: Dominant.”

February 17

Droog receives Support of the Guard Reserve Award (St. Joseph News-Press)

Sue Droog, executive director of human resources at Dordt University, recently received the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Award.

February 15

Shakespeare’s ‘Comedy of Errors’ coming to Dordt University (Sioux City Journal)

“The Dordt University Theatre Arts Department will present William Shakespeare’s “The Comedy of Errors,” directed by Professor of Theatre Arts Laurel Koerner, at the Te Paske Theatre on February 21-24 at 7:30 p.m., as well as on February 24 at 2 p.m.”

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