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  • Northeast Women's Basketball Team Adds Height to Its Roster

    by jamesc  7/7/2014 5:05:17 PM --  NORFOLK – The signing of the latest player to the Northeast Community College women’s basketball team will give the Hawks some added height this year. Coach Matt Svehla has announced the signing of Janea Bunn, of Springfield, MA.

  • Northeast Signs Three More Women's Basketball Recruits

    by jamesc  6/9/2014 11:07:14 AM --  NORFOLK – Three additional recruits have signed to play women’s basketball next season at Northeast Community College. They are Allie Millard, of Valentine, Octavia McGraw, of Omaha, and Hannah Riley, of Richmond, GA. "I am really excited about these three girls. They are good players of high character and they will be great additions to our program,” said Matt Svehla, Hawks head coach.

  • Three More Players Sign to Play Basketball at Northeast

    by jamesc  4/30/2014 5:25:02 PM --  NORFOLK – Two players from Northeast Nebraska and one from the Minneapolis area have signed to play women’s basketball next season at Northeast Community College in Norfolk. Matt Svehla, Hawks coach, said the players are Cameron Eddie of Laurel-Concord-Coleridge High School, Brooke Bauer of St. Mary’s High School in O’Neill, and Jayla Mayes-Jackson, of Eden Prairie High School, in Eden Prairie, MN.

  • Northeast Student-Athletes Recognized for Academic Success

    by jamesc  4/11/2014 11:34:23 AM --  NORFOLK – Jabbar Washington's prowess on the basketball court is well known in Region XI of the Iowa Community College Athletic Conference. But the sport isn't the only focus of the point guard on the Northeast Community College men’s basketball team. “Coming here (Northeast) was the best decision I ever made,” Washington said. “Being a student and an athlete is not easy, but my coaches have helped me develop into the young man that I am today. I came here as a boy, but I will leave here as a young man.”

  • Northeast Signs Women's Basketball Recruit from South Dakota

    by jamesc  4/11/2014 11:20:11 AM --  NORFOLK – Northeast Community College has signed a women’s basketball recruit out of South Dakota. Sydney Koel is a 6’2” forward/post from Sioux Falls. Hawks Coach Matt Svehla said Koel is a great player for the Northeast program. “Sydney is a mobile post player who can run the floor, post up, and also shoot the occasional three. Having a post with that kind of size and versatility is such a luxury.”

  • More Post-Season Honors for Northeast Athletes

    by jamesc  3/24/2014 2:47:11 PM --  NORFOLK – Several members of the women’s and men’s basketball teams at Northeast Community College have earned post season-honors.

  • Northeast Women Fall to Iowa Western in Region XI Championship

    by jamesc  3/3/2014 7:59:07 AM --  COUNCIL BLUFFS, IA - Things started off well for the #24 Northeast Community College women's basketball team against Iowa Western Community College in Saturday's Region XI Championship game here, but the Reivers pulled away enroute to an 80-62 win.

  • Northeast Women's Basketball Team Ends Regular Season With a Win

    by jamesc  2/22/2014 11:38:41 AM --  NORFOLK – The Northeast Community College women’s basketball team ended the regular season on a winning note with a 97-61 victory over the Concordia University JV here Friday. Hawks Coach Matt Svehla was pleased with his team’s performance. “This was our last regular season game and we really wanted to play well. I thought that we did a good job of taking care of the basketball and we ran the floor very well. When we defend and run the floor, good things happen for us.”

  • Northeast Beats Central 104-82

    by jamesc  2/20/2014 8:20:21 AM --  NORFOLK – It was tale of two halves for the Northeast Community College women’s basketball team Wednesday night. “Our first half of play was not very good. We just were not into it,” said Matt Svehla, Northeast Coach. But the Hawks turned things around after intermission and went on to a 104-82 victory over Central Community College-Columbus here.

  • Turnovers Were Key in Northeast Women's Loss to NIACC

    by jamesc  2/17/2014 8:16:33 AM --  MASON CITY, IA – Turnovers hurt the Northeast Community College women’s basketball team in its 78-73 loss here Saturday to North Iowa Area Community College (NIACC). Northeast Coach Matt Svehla said his team played poor in the first half. “We had 14 turnovers during the first 20 minutes and that really hurt. We out shot them in each half, but the turnovers and our inability to box them out cost us the game.”

  • Northeast Women's Basketball Team Reenters the National Rankings

    by jamesc  2/12/2014 5:08:00 PM --  NORFOLK – The Northeast Community College women’s basketball team has reentered the national rankings. The 24-2 Hawks come in at #24 in this week’s National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division I poll. Northeast broke into the Top 25 in December and January, reaching #23 before falling out of the poll.

  • Hawks Women's Basketball Team Handles Morningside JV

    by jamesc  2/11/2014 8:01:11 AM --  NORFOLK – Six members of the Northeast Community College women’s basketball team scored in double figures in Monday’s win here over the Morningside College JV, 92-73.

  • Winning Streak Continues for Northeast Women

    by jamesc  2/10/2014 8:22:33 AM --  IOWA FALLS, IA – The Northeast Community College women’s basketball team picked up its eighth straight win over the weekend here with an 83-61 victory over Ellsworth Community College. The Hawks are now 23-2.

  • Northeast Women Improve to 22-2 After Win Over Central

    by jamesc  2/5/2014 8:16:44 AM --  COLUMBUS – Despite being shorthanded, the Northeast Community College women’s basketball team went on the road to defeat Central Community College here, 88-77. The Hawks are now 22-2.

  • Northeast Women's Basketball Team Downs Iowa Western

    by jamesc  2/3/2014 8:03:53 AM --  NORFOLK – Despite some struggles in the first half, the Northeast Community College women’s basketball team defeated Iowa Western Community College here Saturday, 83-69. The Hawks, who held a 39-37 advantage at half-time, allowed eleven turnovers, gave up two open three point shots and saw the Reivers (20-3) score off offensive rebounds.

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