Washburn Ichabod Sports in Brief



Women’s Soccer (8-5-1) comes in with an impressive road game record along with big wins notched against teams like University of Nebraska at Kearney and Fort Hays State University. 

Following the match ups this weekend, the Ichabods will hit the road for a contest at Emporia State on Oct. 27 and then return home for the regular season finale against Fort Hays State on Oct. 29 for Washburn’s senior day.

The Ichabods fell in the first meeting with Emporia State this season dropping a 2-1 decision on Sept. 15. Washburn topped Fort Hays State 1-0 on Sept. 22 in Hays.


Washburn Football (5-2) suffered a heartbreaking loss Saturday as it ended a strong showing in the first half with no answers on offense in the second as Fort Hays State University scored 24 unanswered  to beat the Ichabods in a prime conference matchup. 


With a one shot lead heading into Tuesday’s matchup the Ichabod golfers look to set a steady pace and win their own invitational with leaders Blake Allen and Jared Burns. After this home stand match, the Ichabods have a long ways to go until they take off for Nevada in the Las Vegas Desert Classic March 8.


Women’s Volleyball (14-7) has seen success early in the season, but with injuries to crucial players stacking up, the Ichabods have seen a slight slip in the competitive edge seen earlier in the year. Up next the Ichabods face Northwest Missouri State University on Friday at 6 p.m. in Maryville, Missouri.

 Cross Country

After a strong showing at Rim Rock Park in Lawrence, Kansas the Ichabods are looking ready to take on the conference in the MIAA championships this Saturday, Oct 21 in Warrensburg, Missouri. 

Jacob Klemz has lead the Ichabods with a second place finish in Lawrence and looks to continue his winning record this Saturday.