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November 2011

Local media has been all "a-buzz" about Ambrose athletics. Enjoy a sampling below!

'St. Ambrose still controls its own destiny' (Dispatch/Argus)

'Bees thinking big'
"With a first-team all-American among three returning starters from last season's 23-9 team, expectations are understandably high for the St. Ambrose men's basketball team." Read the rest of the Quad-City Times story.

'Queen Bees favored for a reason; Loaded SAU club looking for repeat of last season's success'
"St. Ambrose University women's basketball coach Krista Van Hauen isn't worried about having to follow up a successful debut season in which the Queen Bees won Midwest Collegiate Conference regular-season and tournament titles in advancing to the NAIA National Tournament." Enjoy the rest of the Dispatch/Argus story.

'Queen Bees work in new faces'
"First-year coach Krista Van Hauen spent last season introducing her expectations, her system and even herself to the women's basketball team at St. Ambrose.
"This season, it's the players who are introducing their abilities to Van Hauen." Go to the Q-C Times website to read more.

'Better than ever, SAU's Briones enjoying senior season'
"Andrew Briones is doing it all on the defensive side of the football for the St. Ambrose Fighting Bees this fall.
"Just look at the stats."
Check out the rest of this Dispatch/Argus story.

More Stories:
Quad-City Times - 11/3/11: 'Ambrose, Augie get Division-I tests'
Quad-City Times - 11/2/11: 'Bees have a lot on the line'
Dispatch/Argus - 11/2/11: 'SAU teams to put games on exhibit this week'
Quad-City Times - 10/27/11: 'Shovlain: St. Ambrose comfortable in NAIA, MCC'
Quad-City Times - 10/27/11: 'Assumption grad Friederich earns spot with Bees'

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