Zach Erdman spends a lot of his time working angles.
Augustana tennis player Lauren Goggin has earned the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin Player of the Week award for the second time this season, according to the school's website.
No matter how far Marckus Simmons throws the hammer, it won't be enough until it brings him to his goal.
&&&Augustana College's Caitlyn Schaffer earned her 100th victory in women's tennis at the school, according to the Vikings' athletic website.
In a profession that sees a lot of movement, Arnie Chavera has been happy staying put.
Chrishawn Orange might be done making game-winning shots this season, but he's not done pulling down honors.
Grey Giovanine called this past season one of his most challenging and rewarding.
The National Wrestling Coaches Association Hall of Fame might need to think about
adding an Augustana College wing.
The United Township High School (UT) baseball team has a new coach heading up the program, but he already knows his way around the area.
Turner Garcia fell short last season, but that's about the only thing concerning the Sterling High wrestler that can be called short.
Bowling will be taking over the late-winter and spring weekends in the Quad Cities.
The Augustana women's lacrosse team will host a junior recruiting day 9 a.m.-4 p.m. March 18 at Thorson-Lucken Field in Rock Island, according to the school's athletic website.
Jack Asquini finished his Augustana football career by receiving the team MVP award for the 2016 season, according to the school's athletic website.
Hundreds of times each day, Nolan Ebel goes to the line and takes his shots.
Soccer and flag football leagues for children are now underway in Moline, according to the city's parks and recreation winter/spring 2017 online program guide.
Golf is now played year-round at Augustana College, following the opening of its new indoor facility.
Wrestling is not easy – and that is what Brendan Gould likes most about it.
Amanda Nelson was named the Most Valuable Performer of this year's Augustana women's cross-country team, according to the school's athletics website.
Early on in her basketball life – which began in first grade – Kaycee Kallenberger got to know the lane really well.
Augustana seniors Hannah Lohmeier and Tanner Osing each
received the Jack Swartz Award for the fall season, according to the school's