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Playing the “Would You Rather?” game with Lopers

Antelope Staff May 16, 2024

Video at the Antelope students SeoHye Yun and Yumi Kim ask Lopers a series of UNK-Themed "Would You Rather?" questions... Visit The Antelope YouTube page for more content.

Announcers vs Athletes: Episode 2

Antelope Staff April 27, 2024

KLPR Broadcasters Jon Willis and Traeton Harimon challenge UNK Basketball legend Trinity Law to a game of HORSE. Visit The Antelope YouTube page for more content.

UNK Spring Game 2024

Antelope Staff April 27, 2024

It was Lopers vs Lopers as UNK Football held its Spring Game on Friday. In a cold and windy game, the Blue team triumphed over the White Team 15-10. Watch some game footage shot and edited by Lily...

UNK moved to the MIAA during Doug Kristensens tenure. Photo by Jenna Heinz / Antelope Staff

Kristensen helped shake-up Loper athletic landscape

Alex Hammeke April 26, 2024 Doug Kristensen has seen drastic change during his time as UNK’s chancellor. The school transformed into a health sciences destination, multiple new buildings have been erected...

Lauryn Haggadone pitches against Newman during UNKs doubleheader on April 19.

Grand slam after 15-minute review delay downs Lopers

Traeton Harimon April 20, 2024 After a 15-minute stoppage of play to determine if UNK could challenge a ruling on the field, the No. 6 Central Oklahoma softball team hit a go-ahead grand slam to down the Lopers,...

Junior Leah Jurgens stretches to field a throw at first during UNKs doubleheader against Central Missouri Friday. Photo by Shelby Berglund / Antelope Staff

Saturday sweep keeps tournament hopes alive

Sam Herbek April 19, 2024 UNK softball grabbed three crucial wins this weekend as they continue to battle for a spot in the MIAA Tournament. The Lopers split with Central Missouri on Friday and swept Lincoln...

Isaiah Harris, right, transferred to UNK this spring after spending four seasons at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Photo by Jon Willis / Antelope Staff

Offensive additions highlight spring practice

Jon Willis April 19, 2024 Spring football symbolizes the start of a new season, and after a 3-8 record last season, the UNK football team is ready to turn a new page  UNK has practiced 13 times with...

Senior Jazmin Zamorano returns a ball against Missouri Western. Photo by Traeton Harimon / Antelope Staff

Lopers down the Griffons on sunny Senior Day

Traeton Harimon April 14, 2024 The No. 30 Loper women’s tennis team rallied back after falling behind early to defeat No. 36 Missouri Western, 4-3, on Senior Day. UNK would begin the day winning at No....

UNKs Ivana Siles tracks down the ball during the match against Northeastern J.C. Siles finished her day with four goals. Photo by Traeton Harimon / Antelope Staff

Rain delay doesn’t put a damper on Loper scoring

Traeton Harimon April 12, 2024 UNK soccer is coming off a 3-13-2 campaign where they won its first game since 2021. Now, the Lopers enter the spring with a simple goal.  Goals.  “Last [spring] we...

Alyssa Fortik backhands a ground ball during UNKs series against Washburn. Photo by Traeton Harimon / Antelope Staff

Lopers end nine game skid in win over Emporia State

Sam Herbek April 6, 2024 UNK softball got back on track Friday at Patriot Park, winning the second of two games against Emporia State. The 8-6 victory over the Hornets snapped a nine-game losing streak...

Marty Levinson was officially introduced as the new mens basketball coach Friday morning. Photo by Traeton Harimon / Antelope Staff

Levinson introduced as new head men’s basketball coach

Alex Hammeke April 5, 2024 After a monthslong search, UNK has hired their next men's basketball coach. Marty Levinson, a former Loper who was the head coach at Trinity Valley Community College this past...

Mandatory attendance will increase Loper crowds by 110%. Photo by Kosuke Yoshii / Antelope Staff

Mandatory attendance is a step in the right direction

Alex Hammeke April 1, 2024 Of all the times that Loper Athletics should have a full student section, it's disappointing that they weren’t. Times like last year when the Women’s basketball team went...

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