Cowley College News & Events

Larsen, Friend named October Athletes of the Month

Larsen, Friend named October Athletes of the MonthA pair of standout pitchers were named Cowley College’s October Male and Female Athletes of the Month. Cole Larsen, a sophomore from Condordia, KS, was named the October Male Athlete of the Month, while Ashton Friend, a sophomore from Collinsville, OK was named the October Female Athlete of the Month. read more

Lady Tiger soccer wins final home game of the season

Lady Tiger soccer wins final home game of the season In what has been a challenging season for the Cowley College women's soccer team, one thing Lady Tiger head coach Roberto dos Santos could count on was that his team was going to give it their all. The team's hard work paid off on Tuesday as Cowley upset Neosho County 2-1 on freshman Paula Martinez's overtime goal. read more

Tiger soccer team clinches outright conference title

Tiger soccer team clinches outright conference titleTying the school-record for wins in a season (13), the unbeaten and No. 9-ranked Cowley College men's soccer team clinched the outright Jayhawk Conference Eastern Division title with a 3-1 win over Neosho County Tuesday in Arkansas City. read more

Lady Tigers look to have more balance in 2018-19 season

Cowley College women’s basketball team Coming off a season in which the Cowley College women's basketball team went 26-7 overall and 20-6 in the Jayhawk Conference, the Lady Tiger coaching staff hopes the team can have even greater success with a more balanced offense. read more

Tigers looking to build off 20-win 2018 campaign

Cowley College mens basketball team Finishing fourth out of 14 teams in the Jayhawk Conference a season ago, the Cowley College men’s basketball team has added some talented recruits to go along with six returning players as the Tigers look to once again be among the top teams in the conference. read more

Visual and Performing Arts Department enjoys opportunity to perform “Night Must Fall

The Cowley College Visual and Performing Arts Department entertained audiences with the recent production of its fall play “Night Must Fall” by Emlyn Williams. The psychological thriller was performed October 11-13 in the Robert Brown Theatre. read more

Former Lady Tiger basketball player inducted into Northwest Missouri State Hall of Fame

Gabby Curtis, a two-time all-conference member of the Cowley College womens basketball teamGabby Curtis, a two-time all-conference member of the Cowley College women’s basketball team, continued her success at Northwest Missouri State University. The talented guard was recently recognized for her accomplishments by being inducted into the Northwest Missouri State University M-Club Hall of Fame. read more

Tiger bowling teams compete in first tournament

Tiger bowling teams compete in first tournamentThe Cowley College men and women’s bowling teams took part in the programs’ first-ever competition at the SWIBC Tournament held Saturday and Sunday in Dallas, Texas. read more

Board tours Sumner Campus

Cowley College’s Board of Trustees had an opportunity to tour the college’s new Sumner Campus in Wellington prior to the monthly meeting on Monday. The meeting was held in the Sumner Campus Technology and Innovation Center. read more

Jazz Band and Concert Band to perform concert on October 21st

Jazz Band and Concert Band to perform concert on October 21stWith Halloween approaching, the Cowley College Jazz Band and Concert Band are preparing for their first concert of the Fall semester. The concert, titled "Fear", will be performed at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, October 21 in the Robert Brown Theatre. read more

Concert Choir and CC Singers to perform Songs of Hope on October 23

The Cowley College Concert Choir and CC Singers are preparing for their first concert of the fall semester on Tuesday, Oct. 23 at 7:30 p.m. The concert is being dedicated to Adam Young, member of the Concert Choir and CC Singers, who was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma at the end of the spring semester. read more

Former Miss Arkansas City nominated for Queen Alalah

Halle Bucher Halle Bucher knows all about Arkalalah and the tradition of Queen Alalah, having previously served as Miss Arkansas City and having her mother serve on the Arkalalah executive committee. She will get to experience the festivities in a new way as she was recently named one of five finalists for Queen Alalah LXXXVII. Coronation is set for 7:30 p.m. Friday, October 26 in the Robert Brown Theatre. read more

Queen of the court hopes to become Queen Alalah

Cameryn CampbellCowley College volleyball fans know all about Cameryn Campbell. Now, others will get to learn more about the talented sophomore when she graces the Robert Brown Theatre stage as one of five finalists for Queen Alalah LXXXVII. Coronation is set for 7:30 p.m. Friday, October 26 in the Robert Brown Theatre. read more

Eaton following in cousins' footsteps

Livian EatonHaving watched three of her cousins grace the Robert Brown Theatre stage as Queen Alalah candidates, Cowley College sophomore Livian Eaton will now take her turn on the stage as one of five finalists for Queen Alalah LXXXVII. Coronation is set for 7:30 p.m. Friday, October 26 in the Robert Brown Theatre. read more

Well respected student-athlete a finalist for Queen Alalah

Thais Lindemayer GomesFirst she was a two-time national champion pole vaulter, then she was named Cowley College’s Female Athlete of the Year, then came being named a Student of the Month, and now Thais Lindemayer Gomes is one of five finalists for Queen Alalah LXXXVII. Coronation is set for 7:30 p.m. Friday, October 26 in the Robert Brown Theatre. read more

Hettenbach eager to represent Ark City as Queen Alalah nominee

Morgan HettenbachWith fond memories of Arkalalah, Cowley College sophomore Morgan Hettenbach is looking forward to experiencing this year’s Arkalalah festivities as one of five finalists for Queen Alalah LXXXVII. Coronation is set for 7:30 p.m. Friday, October 26 in the Robert Brown Theatre. read more

Doubles teams gain valuable experience at Small College Nationals

Doubles teams gain valuable experience at Small College NationalsThe Cowley College women's tennis doubles teams of Alana Molnar and Takalani Molaoa, and Aletta Macheli and Kristela Vidnere, squared off in the seventh/eighth place match at the NJCAA Small College Nationals Friday in Rome, GA. read more

Cowley soccer team clinches share of first-ever conference title

Cowley soccer team clinches share of first-ever conference titleThe accomplishments keep rolling in for the No. 13-ranked Cowley College men's soccer team. With Saturday's 4-0 home win over Coffeyville Community College, the Tigers are the only team in the country with an unblemished record. The victory also clinched at least a share of the first conference title in school history. read more

Kitaru's two goals lift Coffeyville over Lady Tiger soccer team

Kitarus two goals lift Coffeyville over Lady Tiger soccer teamThe Cowley College women's soccer team continues to battle, but goals continue to be hard to come by as they suffered a 2-0 loss to Coffeyville Community College Saturday at the Arkansas City High School soccer field. read more

Lady Tiger cross country team gears up for region meet

Lady Tiger cross country team gears up for region meetGetting in its final tune-up prior to the Region VI/Jayhawk Conference Championship meet, the No. 3-ranked Cowley College women’s cross country team competed against a field made up entirely of NCAA schools while taking part in the Fort Hays State Tiger Open Saturday in Hays, KS. read more

Soliz leads Tiger cross country team at Fort Hays State

Soliz leads Tiger cross country team at Fort Hays State Emerging as one of the top American runners in the region, Cowley College sophomore Tyler Soliz placed 12th out of 175 runners at the Fort Hays State Tiger Open Saturday in Hays, KS. Soliz’s strong performance helped the No. 12-ranked Tiger cross country team place fifth out of 12 teams. read more

October Student of the Month thriving in America

October Student of the Month thriving in AmericaGrowing up in Padova, Italy, Anna Maggiolo found success as a student-athlete. However, she wondered what life was like in America. The sophomore business administration major has continued her success as a student-athlete at Cowley College in Arkansas City and was recently named the school’s October Student of the Month. read more

Cowley named only community college in Kansas to receive Medallion Awards

Cowley named only community college in Kansas to receive Medallion AwardsBeing judged against community colleges in Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, the Canadian province of Manitoba, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands, Cowley College was the only community college in Kansas to receive awards during the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations District 5 annual conference held October 7-9 in Rochester, MN. read more

Dr. Rittle to present an interactive series entitled, Best Practices in Leadership

Cowley College president Dr. Dennis C. Rittle will share portions of what he has learned at Harvard University’s Institute for Education Management during an interactive four-part series entitled, “Best Practices in Leadership.” read more