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William Penn took down Missouri Valley 102-92 on Wednesday, setting up a huge matchup with Peru State on Saturday.
William Penn University's men's basketball squad (17-2, 10-1 in the Heart) stayed atop the Heart of America Athletic Conference standings after dismantling Graceland on Wednesday night.
The red hot Statesmen basketball team came into Saturday's Heart of America Athletic Conference game on a roll.
Crossing over to the men's game, Penn is looking to make a trip to nationals in its first year on the NAIA Division I level.
The OHS boys and girls basketball squads split their doubleheader at Pella Christian on Tuesday night.
The Oskaloosa High School boys and girls varsity squads came up short against Norwalk on Tuesday night. CRI has the highlights.
The William Penn University football squad came up short against Grand View, 26-14, in its regular season finale, ending the Statesmen's quest for the playoffs.
Basketball season has tipped off here in Oskaloosa and we head straight to the college ranks with William Penn.
The Lady Statesmen hung tough for three quarters, but cold shooting in the fourth doomed Penn in a 62-51 home loss to Missouri Valley.
William Penn's women's basketball squad earned its first conference win of the season, edging Avila 73-66 at home on Saturday afternoon.
Wrestling season has begun in Oskaloosa and William Penn hit the mat this week. CRI's College Reporter David Travis was there and has the recap.
The NAIA regular football season is coming to an end, but the Statesmen want to end up in the postseason. The team started making its case last weekend by handing Graceland their seventh loss of the year.