CHEYENNE, Wyo. - The Barton Community College men's soccer team reached a 0-0 stalemate against No. 18-ranked Laramie County to open the season on Saturday during the Laramie Classic.
After reaching the NJCAA Region VI Championship match last season, the Barton Community College volleyball team was picked to finish fourth this season in the recently released Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference coaches poll.
Building upon last season's third-place Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference finish, the Barton Community College women's soccer team is looking to take the next step.
The 2013-14 season marks the first time that Marc Benjamin has been a head coach of a softball program.
The Barton Community College men's outdoor track and field team was placed on probation recently because of a National Junior College Athletic Association violation.
In a prepared statement released from Barton Community College late Thursday evening, it revealed that in a recent National Junior College Athletic Association and Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference ruling, the men's outdoor track and field team has been placed on probation for the 2013-2014 academic year.
For the Barton Community College volleyball team, the main concern heading into the 2013 season is size.
Sometimes a twist of fate sends a high school athlete on an unusual route to the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference ranks.
It's rare to see athletes stay together after high school.
It was about cultivating options after high school.
Barton Community College women's basketball player Jackie Bueno recently committed to play at the next level, signing with NCAA Division-II Rogers State University, which located in Claremore, Okla.
Last December, Kevin Kewley was handed the unenviable task of taking the reins of the Barton Community College men's soccer program.
Friends of former Barton Community College men's soccer player Ousainou Senghore will be holding a memorial on Sunday, July 14, at Veterans Memorial Park.
Back in late April, when the Barton Community College Board of Trustees convened to renew one-year coaching contracts, approving nine, longtime head baseball coach Mike Warren, as well as track and field/cross country head coach Dave Schenek, didn't have theirs renewed.
Barton Community College women's basketball player Erin Copeland has committed to playing at the next level, signing with NCAA Division-II University of Illinois Springfield, located in Springfield, Ill.
EL DORADO- The Barton Community College softball team headed to the Jayhawk West leader on a roll. Barton had won five of six conference games. But the hot streak came to a hault at Butler.
It was a good start to an important series.
It was perhaps her best week yet. So it was little surprise that Erica Harper won what is becoming a weekly honor for her - the Jayhawk Conference Player of the Week award.
DODGE CITY- Taking care of business when it mattered most. That is what the Barton Community College softball team did Wednesday afternoon in a sweep of Dodge City.
HESSTON – It was an outing the Barton Community College men's tennis team was looking to build some momentum on. The Cougars were looking for back-to-back wins for the first time this season and crawl back to .500 in dual matches.
HESSTON – The Barton Community College women's tennis team got healthy Tuesday. In a couple of ways. First Barton had a full team participating after struggling last outing with that. Secondly, the Cougars picked up a 9-0 win – breaking a 6-match losing streak.
It was the biggest win yet. And there have been some big ones. The Barton Community College women's golf team continued to dominant the rest of the field in the Jayhawk Conference winning its fifth straight conference meet this season.
It went just how it was supposed to. A midweek game against a junior varsity to give the Barton Community College baseball team a break from the rigors of conference play. Those are supposed to be easy wins. And it was.
ARKANSAS CITY- Surprise, surprise – Lydia Mato won her event. The sophomore sensation had an easy day of competition this past weekend running in only one event as the Barton Community College women's track team competed in the Tiger Invitational at Cowley College.
ARKANSAS CITY- It was another good day for the sprinters and throwers for the Barton Community College track team. It was there the Cougars won a pair of events at the 12th annual Tiger Invitational on the campus of Cowley College with limited participants over the weekend.
GARDEN CITY- Same song next verse for the Barton Community College baseball team - a weekend series split. This time the Cougars split games at Garden City over the weekend in Jayhawk West play. It was the third time in five West series Barton split games and the fifth time in seven total 4-game series.
Erica Harper is making a strong case for several post season honors - among those is the probable front runner for Jayhawk Conference Division I Player of the Year. If earning Player of the Week is any indication she is in the lead for Player of the Year honors.
NORTH NEWTON- With the regular season winding down, it was a good time for the Barton Community College men's tennis team to pick up an easy win. Coming off a pair of rough losses the 22nd ranked Cougars had an easy time with Ottawa University Saturday in North Newton.
NORTH NEWTON- It wasn't a weekend to remember for the Barton Community College women's tennis team.
GARDEN CITY- The Barton Community College baseball team concluded their four-game series in Garden City with a split Saturday to earn a series split with Garden City Community College. The Broncbusters took both the seven inning contests by 12-2 and 10-4 scores while the Cougars took the nine inning nightcaps each day 5-3 and 14-9. The series leaves Barton at 10-10 in the Jayhawk West and 18-19 on the season while Garden City stands at 14-10 and 24-16. The Cougars will step out of conference play Tuesday for a 5:00 p.m. nine-inning contest hosting the junior varsity from ...