Haskell Indian Nations Univiersity’s women’s season started off in full swing on February 18 after 6 postponed games. The team currently has a 1-5 win loss record with future games coming up. March Game Schedule: 3/1 vs. Stephens College 3/5 vs. Ecclesia College 3/6 vs. Southwestern College Fastpitch Dreams SpringContinue Reading

MANHATTAN, KS Feb. 22, 2020—Ten student athletes represented Haskell Indian Nations University at the Steve Miller Open. Sophomore Dorian Daw placed third in the men’s 800m with a time of 2:05:09, a personal best, and second in the men’s mile with a time of 4:49.23, freshman Nelson Yazzie placed fourthContinue Reading

Over the break, Haskell Indian Nations University (HINU) student athlete Nakia Hendricks was recognized as the Association of Independent Institutions’ player of the week for the week of January 6. Hendricks’ previous weeks score and rebound high was against Northern New Mexico college with 16 points and 22 rebounds alongContinue Reading

Men’s BasketballNov. 20th, 1000 points club, Byron Elledge (Kiowa), Senior Women’s BasketballNAIA DII: Tiana Gullory (Navajo) #1, 3-pt (10) #1, total points (68) #3, total steals NAIA DII, Independent Conference Janee Bates, Senior #3 overall Sierra Penn #15, total steals Cross CountryA.I.I. Cross country girl of the week. Sept. 9thContinue Reading

Unfortunately, only one alumni showed for the volleyball game, so some students played with her instead. Everyone enjoyed themselves had fun, even shared some laughs. One of the main reasons why it was so fun was because for a few people it was their first time playing. They played aContinue Reading

A total of ten alumni women showed up to play and quickly split into teams. The ladies were laughing and having fun while running up and down the court. They had a friendly crowd to cheer them on; some even brought their families. An excellent game to watch which endedContinue Reading