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Edgemon and Cooper share top awards

Flying Queen Senior NAIA All-American Kaylee Edgemon joined Wayland track athletes Reggie Mouton and Raheema Westfall as the Roscoe Snyder Award winners as Wayland Baptist University’s top senior athletes for 2021-22 at the winter and spring sports banquet held Sunday, May 1, 2022.
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Kathy Harston to receive Harley Redin Coach’s Award

Former Wayland Baptist Flying Queen Kathy Harston, the senior associate athletics director for sports programs at the University of Texas, has been selected to receive the Harley Redin Coach's Award.
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Carlisle, Hawkins, Mann, Mensah-Stock, Williams to be inducted into Hall of Honor

Mary Williams, a native of Tulia, and a four-time letter winner for the Flying Queens from 1969-73, is one of five former athletes to be inducted into the Wayland Baptist University's Athletic Hall of Honor at 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 29, in the Pete & Nelda Laney Student Activities Center.
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(UPDATED) Flying Queens go cold in Iowa, eliminated from national tourney

The Wayland Baptist Flying Queens picked an unfortunate time to go cold. No. 10 Wayland was held to its lowest point total of the season here Thursday night as the Flying Queens saw their season end in the NAIA Women's Basketball National Championship Round of 16 with 66-53 loss to 12th-ranked Rocky Mountain College (Mont.).
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Queens will lean on veterans, rebounding in Iowa

Jason Cooper will be counting on two of the things that have carried the Flying Queens all season – veteran leadership and dominance on the boards – when Wayland Baptist takes on Rocky Mountain College (Mont.) in its first game at the NAIA Women's Basketball National Championship Final Site in Sioux City, Iowa.
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Kaylee Edgemon named Academic All-American

For her outstanding efforts both on the court and in the classroom, Wayland Baptist Flying Queen Kaylee Edgemon has been named CoSIDA Academic All-American.
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On to Iowa! Flying Queens roll to Opening Round crown

The eighth-ranked Flying Queens extended their season with a trip to the NAIA Women's Basketball National Championship Final Site thanks to a second impressive performance in as many days, this time taking out Lewis-Clark State (Idaho) on Saturday evening in Hutcherson Center in the championship of the Opening Round, 99-85.
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Queens cruise in national tourney opener

With scoring consistency and a tenacious defense, the Flying Queens turned in one of their most solid performances of the season as eighth-ranked Wayland Baptist dispatched Our Lady of the Lake University in a semifinal of the 2022 NAIA Women's Basketball Opening Round presented by Ballogy on Friday night, 89-68.
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Texas Historical Foundation Donates to Flying Queens Museum

Texas Historical Foundation board member Lenny Sadler (right) presents a $5,000 grant to Darla Ford of the Hutcherson Flying Queens Foundation and Wayland Baptist University President Dr. Bobby Hall to assist in converting old film and VHS footage to digital video for use the Flying Queens Museum on the Wayland campus.
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Flying Queens seeded 3rd in quadrant; draw rematch with OLLU in Opening Round

The Wayland Baptist Flying Queens are seeded third in their quadrant of the NAIA Women's Basketball National Championships, presented by Ballogy, and will welcome teams from Idaho, Kansas and San Antonio at next week's Opening Round in Plainview.
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Flying Queens capture 4th straight SAC Tournament championship

Wayland Baptist dominated the fourth quarter to defeat Texas Wesleyan, 85-71, and capture its fourth consecutive Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament title.
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