Todd Sturdy '90 will serve as the Cyclones' receivers coach and passing game coordinator.
The Ambrose dance team lit up the state competition in Des Moines.
The former Orthopaedic Specialists Sports Complex (commonly known as the Brady Street Bubble), was purchased by St. Ambrose last March. A Name the Bubble contest on campus resulted in its new designation as The Ambrose Dome.
Before a standing-room-only crowd at Lee Lohman Arena, the St. Ambrose Fighting Bees exchanged leads 14 times with the No. 1 team in NCAA Division III, but lost 83-75 to crosstown rival Augustana.
Two Fighting Bee seniors will play with other select athletes from Division II and the NAIA.
Friends had said for months that Bob Jurevitz was hanging on to see his second son's final high school game.
St. Ambrose opened a 16-0 lead and eased to a 94-53 win over Emmaus Bible College.
First-year bowler Kyle Anderson received the United States Bowling Congress award.
Three athletes recognized for their combined performance on the playing field and in the classroom.
The game went into overtime at Lee Lohman Arena.