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Joplin Demize: Website provides team info, tickets, merchandise, etc.

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The Joplin Demize NPSL team has expanded its presence from on the field to online as the team gears up for its inaugural season. Through a partnership with Demosphere, the country’s top soccer-specific international website provider, soccer enthusiasts can now go to www.joplindemize.com to keep up with team news, find Joplin Demize game highlights, and purchase tickets and merchandise. More>>

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Brown Sets MIAA Record to Aid in Gorilla Sweep

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Pittsburg State senior Tiffany Brown hit three of the nine Gorilla home runs in Pitt State's doubleheader sweep of Drury on Wednesday (April 16), but it was the first one that mattered most as she hit her 24th of the season More>>

Crowder College Athletic Update

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Crowder College Baseball and Softball Update More>>

Women's basketball adds junior college guard in first day of Spring signing period

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Missouri Southern women's basketball coach Ronda Hubbard has announced the signing of junior college transfer Tami Morice to a National Letter of Intent to attend Southern beginning in the fall of 2014.  More>>

Gorillas to Wrap Up Home Schedule Against Lopers

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The Pittsburg State University baseball team will open its final home series of the 2014 season Thursday (Apr. 17) against the University of Nebraska-Kearney. First pitch for the single nine-inning game is set for 6 p.m. (CDT) at Al Ortolani Field. More>>

Men's basketball announces two signings on first day of Spring signing period

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Missouri Southern men's basketball coach Robert Corn has announced the addition of two individuals for the 2014-15 season.  More>>

Lions softball splits non-conference doubleheader at William Jewell

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The Missouri Southern softball team split a non-conference doubleheader at William Jewell this afternoon coming back to win game one 3-2 before falling 9-8 in game two at William Jewell Softball Field. More>>

Lions Come Back to Take 6-4 Win Over Gorillas

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Missouri Southern State University plated three runs in the sixth inning to overcome a 2-0 deficit against Pittsburg State University en route to a 6-4 win Tuesday (Apr. 15).
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Softball Sweeps Newman

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The Pittsburg State softball team shut out Newman in both games of a doubleheader, winning 9-0 and 8-0, each in five innings, on Tuesday (April 15) afternoon. More>>

Lions use a pair of three-run innings to take out Pittsburg State 6-4

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The Missouri Southern baseball team used a pair of three-run innings today and came-from-behind to defeat Pittsburg State in non-conference action as the Lions took the Sonic Trophy Series point, winning 6-4 inside Joe Becker Stadium. 
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K-State Volleyball Releases Big 12 Schedule for 2014

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K-State Volleyball opens its 2014 Big 12 schedule at home on September 27 against Baylor as the Wildcats have announced its complete slate for the upcoming campaign following today’s release of the Big 12 schedule. More>>

K-State Holds Spring Football Press Conference

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Kansas State Head Coach Bill Snyder gives thoughts on Spring Football  More>>

Men's track picks up four provisionals at PSU

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Pittsburg - The Missouri Southern men's track and field team picked up four provisional marks today as the Lions competed at the 2014 Pittsburg State Gorilla Classic.Clark Tanksley earned a provisional mark in the high jump as he lost out in fewer misses, placing second with a height of 6-08.25.In the pole vault, the Lions earned two provisionals with Raymond Woldvedt and Morgan Hold both earning marks with 4th and 5th place finishes, respectively. Zach Wuest placed 7th in the event.Darion Bo... More>>

Women's track competes at PSU Gorilla Classic

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Pittsburg - The Missouri Southern women's track and field team picked up three provisionals today as the Lions competed at the 2014 Pittsburg State Gorilla Classic.Shelby Sutherland placed seventh in the high jump with a height of 5-01.25, while Ashleigh McFarland picked up a provisional height and a fifth-place finish in the pole vault with a mark of 11-08.50. Sydney Haase placed 9th in the pole vault.Kaylee Morgan picked up a provisional in the long jump with a distance of 19-01.50, placing... More>>

Pitt State Men Solid Again in Sixth Annual David Suenram Gorilla Classic

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Pittsburg - The Pittsburg State University men's outdoor track field team recorded six individual event victories and 13 NCAA qualifying marks in the Six Annual David Suenram Gorilla Classic Saturday (Apr. 12).The Gorillas enjoyed all-around success in field events, notching 11 NCAA qualifying marks in all.Jeff Piepenbrink won the pole vault with a clearance of 16 feet, 5.5 inches. Marquise Cushon won the triple jump with a best mark of 50-4.75, while Bo Farrow heaved the discus 179-5.Additi... More>>

Softball Sets New School Record in Split with Fort Hays State

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Pittsburg - The Gorillas had much to celebrate on Saturday, despite a one-run, extra-inning, 6-5, loss in game one. The team celebrated the accomplishments of its four seniors, set and expanded a new team home run record and earned a run rule, 11-3, win in game two.In her first at bat of the day, freshman Nicole Nease stepped up to the plate and hit a three run home run. It was the 60th home run of the season for the Gorillas and set a new school record. The previous record was 59 set by the ... More>>

Southern softball splits Senior Day doubleheader against visting Lopers

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Joplin - The Missouri Southern softball team used a 10-run, 14-hit attack in game two to salvage a Senior Day doubleheader split against the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers picking up a 10-2 five inning victory. The Lions fell 7-4 in game one.Honoring seniors Brooklyn Farrell, Chloe Brown, Shelby Romines and Dawn Grass on the field before the game, Southern (15-31, 7-15 MIAA) was led at the plate by Romines who went 5-for-7 with a double, triple, and a pair of RBI's. Brooke Swadley went 4-for-7 scori... More>>

Reed Sets School Record in 6th Annual David Suenram Gorilla Classic

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Pittsburg - Antqunita Reed won a pair of events, including a school record breaking performance in one discipline, to lead the Pittsburg State University women's outdoor track field team to a solid day's work in the Sixth Annual David Suenram Gorilla Classic.Reed, also an All-MIAA member of the Pitt State women's basketball team, broke the Prentice Gudgen Track record as well as the Pitt State outdoor mark in the triple jump with a winning mark of 41 feet, 6.5 inches. Her mark is unofficiall... More>>

Lions split double-header with Northeastern State

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Joplin - The Missouri Southern baseball team split the final two games of the series today with visiting Northeastern State, winning game one 6-5, but dropping game two 8-6.Southern (21-19, 15-17 MIAA) saw a solid pitching performance from starter Ryan Bates in game one. He went six innings and allowed three earned runs, striking out five and walking just one. Steven Vaughn pitched an inning in relief, picking up the win as the Lions came-from-behind and won in the bottom of the seventh.The L... More>>

Griffons Complete Series Sweep of Gorillas Saturday

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St. Joseph, MO - Missouri Western State University completed a four-game series sweep of Pittsburg State University with 1-0 and 8-3 victories Saturday (Apr. 12). 23-14 19-11The Griffons Jake Jones and Mason Queen outdueled the Gorillas' Cort Lesmeister in game one. Jones (5-2) and Queen (Sv. 3) combined to limit Pitt State (15-26, 10-22 MIAA) to two hits in the contest.Western (23-14, 19-11 MIAA) plated its lone run in the fourth inning. David Chew tripled to open the frame and scored on Jer... More>>

Southern football announces 2014 schedule

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The Missouri Southern athletic department has announced the 2014 football schedule as the Lions will have six home games and five road contests this fall.  More>>

NEO’s freshmen livestock team sweeps Marion County, Ill. contest by 14 points

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The livestock judging team from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College (NEO), traveled to Marion County, Ill. for a competition at the Marion County Livestock Judging Contest More>>

Clark Campbell Named Big 12 Swim Coach of the Year

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After leading Kansas to its highest Big 12 finish in school history, head coach Clark Campbell has been named Big 12 Swim Coach of the Year. More>>

Davis Signs with San Antonio Stars

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The San Antonio Stars signed former Kansas forward Carolyn Davis to their 2014 training camp roster More>>

Gorillas Prepare for Pivotal Series Against Griffons

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The Pittsburg State University baseball team will travel to St. Joseph, Mo., for a pivotal MIAA weekend series against Missouri Western State University. The Gorillas and Griffons will meet in a 4 p.m. (CDT) doubleheader Friday (Apr. 11) and then close out the series with a 1 p.m. twinbill Saturday (Apr. 12). More>>

Pitt State Set to Host Premiere Track Meets Friday, Saturday

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The Pittsburg State University men's and women's outdoor track & field teams will face their busiest weekend of the year as the Gorillas host a pair of premiere meets at Prentice Gudgen Track/Carnie Smith Stadium. More>>

NEO spring game set for May 1 -- Walther and Brassfield to serve as honorary coaches

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PRESS RELEASE NEO:The Golden Norse football team at Northeastern Oklahoma AM College (NEO), will play its first spring football game under head coach Ryan Held. Miami community members Marcel Walther and Brent Brassfield willserve as honorary coaches for the event. Walther will coach the offense and Brassfield will coach the defense. The game will take place Thursday, May 1 at 7 p.m. on Red Robertson Field. There will be tailgate sponsored by Sodexo at 5 p.m., and it is free to NEO students.... More>>

Kaylee Morgan finishes second at Cowley CC Multis

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Missouri Southern sophomore Kaylee Morgan placed second in the heptathlon at the 2014 Cowley Tiger Heptathlon today.  More>>

Cowboy Football Report, April 10

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Dressed in full pads, the Oklahoma State football team held its 14th practice of spring ball Thursday at the Sherman E. Smith Training Facility. After the approximately two hour-long session, coach Mike Gundy shared his thoughts. His comments: More>>

Kivett Named to Golden Spikes Award Midseason Watch List

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Ross Kivett of the K-State baseball team was named to the Golden Spikes Award 50-man midseason watch list on Thursday, USA Baseball announced. The Golden Spikes Award is the honor given to the nation’s top amateur baseball player.
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Anderson Named to Watch List for Golden Spikes Award

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Arkansas baseball junior Brian Anderson was one of 50 collegiate players named to the USA Baseball Golden Spikes Midseason Award Watch list announced on Thursday afternoon. More>>

Woodland Tied for Fifth at Masters

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Former Kansas golfer Gary Woodland used a trio of first-round birdies to place among the top-5 after the opening round of play at the Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Course. More>>

No. 24 @RazorbackBSB Rolls Past No. 17 UNLV

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The No. 24 Arkansas baseball team (21-13) raced out to an early lead Wednesday evening and picked up a 9-2 victory over No. 17 UNLV (23-10) at Baum Stadium. 
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Southern softball unable to complete comebacks dropping a pair at Pittsburg State

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The Missouri Southern softball team made a pair of valiant comeback efforts this afternoon, but were unable to complete either one dropping a pair of Sonic Trophy Series games at Pittsburg State. Game one saw the Gorillas narrowly come out on top 10-9 while game two saw Pitt State win 11-7. More>>

Gorillas Sweep Pair From Tritons Wednesday

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The Pittsburg State University baseball team overcame an early 3-0 deficit to take an 11-4 victory over the University of Missouri-St. Louis in the first game of a doubleheader Wednesday (Apr. 9). The Gorillas rallied late to take a 7-6 walkoff win over the Tritons in the nightcap. More>>

Softball Weekend Schedule Changed

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Due to forecasted storms in the Pittsburg area on Sunday, the Pitt State softball team has altered its weekend schedule. More>>

Franks Named Director of Recruiting

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E.K. Franks has been named Arkansas’ Director of Recruiting, head coach Bret Bielema announced Wednesday. More>>

Southern baseball changes weekend schedule

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The Missouri Southern baseball program has altered its weekend schedule with Northeastern State due to the threat of bad weather on Sunday.  More>>

Cowgirls Head South For Pair of Big 12 Road Tests

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Oklahoma State’s women’s tennis team will travel south for a pair of conference matches this weekend. The Cowgirls (12-5, 6-0 Big 12) will begin the weekend slate with a matchup against 17th-ranked Baylor in Waco, Texas, on Friday, April 11, at 5 p.m. The team will then head to Austin, Texas, for a showdown with No. 22 Texas on Sunday, April 13, at noon.     More>>

Southern baseball teams up with Boys and Girls Club for special game

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The Missouri Southern baseball program, along with the Boys and Girls Club (BAGC) of Joplin and the MSSU Greek chapters will be hosting the inaugural Boys and Girls Club game next week against Pittsburg State. More>>

Southern Athletics offers 2014 Speed Camp

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Are you an athlete looking to get faster and improve your speed and acceleration? If this is indeed you, you are in luck as the Missouri Southern track and field coach Bryan Schiding is hosting the first ever Speed Camp this summer at Fred G. Hughes Stadium on the campus of Missouri Southern from June 16-19 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. daily. More>>

Cowboys Aim For Another Big 12 Series Win In West Virginia

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     Oklahoma State makes its first-ever trip to Morgantown, W.Va., this weekend to take on West Virginia in a Big 12 Conference series beginning Friday night.  More>>

Joe Renfro named NJCAA Wrestling Coach of the Year

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Officials at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College (NEO), are proud to announce Joe Renfro, NEO’s head wrestling coach, as the 2014 National Junior College Athletic Association Wrestling Coach of the Year. Based on the vote of all the NJCAA wrestling coaches, he received the 2014 award based on an undefeated dual season (12-0) and a national team championship. More>>

Southern golf finishes sixth at Henderson State Invite

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The Missouri Southern golf team finished in sixth place at the 2014 Henderson State/First Federal Bank Invite today played at Branson Creek Golf Club in Hollister. More>>

Get Your OU Football Spring Game Tickets Today - $5 tickets on sale through 11:59 pm CT tonight

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Make your plans to join the Sooners for the University of Oklahoma Spring Football Game presented by U.S. Fleet Tracking on Saturday, April 12 at Gaylord Family – Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. Kickoff is set for 2 p.m.  More>>

K-State Holds First Spring Football Press Conference

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K-State Holds First Spring Football Press Conference More>>

Baseball Drops Midweek Contest to ORU

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The University of Oklahoma baseball team totaled eight hits to Oral Roberts’ four, but was shutout at home, 2-0, at L. Dale Mitchell Park on Tuesday night in front of a crowd of 1,001. The Sooners dropped to 23-11 on the season, while the Golden Eagles improved to 15-16. More>>

Cowboy Football Report, April 8

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Dressed in full pads, the Oklahoma State football team held its 13th practice of spring ball Tuesday at the Sherman E. Smith Training Facility. After the approximately two hour-long session, coach Mike Gundy shared his thoughts. His comments More>>

Lions fall 4-3 in baseball action at Drury

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The Missouri Southern baseball program scored first tonight at Drury, but the Panthers answered back in the first and held on to defeat the Lions 4-3 at Meador Mark in Springfield.  More>>

Grass becomes Southern softball's all-time home runs leader as Lions split vs. Washburn

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Senior first baseman Dawn Grass became the all-time home runs leader at Missouri Southern today as the Lions split a MIAA doubleheader this afternoon against Washburn More>>

OU Baseball at Home Tuesday Nights vs. Oral Roberts

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The University of Oklahoma baseball team remains at home for its fifth game in eight days as it hosts intrastate rival Oral Roberts at 6:00 pm, Tuesday night.
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Week Brings Full Schedule for Gorilla Softball

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The new week brings another for schedule for Pitt State Softball. The Gorillas will play four doubleheaders April 8-13, three of which will be MIAA doubleheaders.
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Jayhawks Trek North to Iowa for Midweek Set

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After a series win against K-State, the Kansas baseball team heads to Iowa City, Iowa, to play a two-game midweek series against the Hawkeyes, April 8-9 at Duane Banks Field. First pitch Tuesday is scheduled for 6 p.m., while Wednesday’s contest is slated for a 3 p.m. start.
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Richardson Selected To Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall Of Fame

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Already a member of the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame, former Arkansas head coach Nolan Richardson will join another family of basketball royalty as he was named one of 10 members of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame for the Class of 2014. More>>

Cowboy Football Report, April 7

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Dressed in full pads, the Oklahoma State football team held its 12th practice of spring ball Monday at the Sherman E. Smith Training Facility. After the approximately two hour-long session, coach Mike Gundy shared his thoughts. His comments: More>>

Southern golf in fifth place after day one of Henderson State Invite

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The Missouri Southern golf team is in fifth place, eight strokes off the lead, after day one of the 2014 Henderson State/First Federal Bank Invite held at Branson Creek Country Club in Hollister, Mo. More>>

Baseball splits final two games at Northwest Missouri

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Maryville, MO-The Missouri Southern baseball team split the final two games of a double-header today in Maryville, falling 4-1 in the opener, but taking the nightcap 4-3 in 11 innings at Bearcat Field.Southern (20-15, 15-14 MIAA) scored first in game one, picking up a run in the first when Axel Johnson singled home Evin Natick.Northwest (19-14, 14-11 MIAA) scored a run in the bottom half of the inning and added another run in the fifth and two more in the sixth to put the game away.Ryan Bates... More>>

Women's track wins ESU Relays

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Emporia, KS -The Missouri Southern women's track and field team took home the title today at the 2014 State Farm/Emporia State Relays.The Lions scored 96.75 points to take the team title in front of second-place Emporia State as the Hornets scored 94 points of their own. Northwest Missouri was third, followed by Pittsburg State and Central Missouri to round out the top five team scores.Amber White had a big meet, winning the 200m in a time of 24.85, while taking third in the 400m in a time of... More>>

Men Win ESU/State Farm Relays, Women Place 6th

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Emporia, KS - The Pittsburg State University men's outdoor track field team turned in a dominating performance in winning the Emporia State University/State Farm Relays Saturday (Apr. 5), while the Gorilla women finished sixth among 20 competing schools.The Pitt State men compiled 157 points to nearly double up the Gorillas' closest competitor -- MIAA rival Central Missouri (85.3 pts) in the 19-team field. The Gorilla women scored 33 points to finish behind Missouri Southern (60), Northwest ... More>>

Bearcats Complete Sweep With 9-0 Victory Sunday

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Pittsburg - Southwest Baptist University completed a four-game series sweep of Pittsburg State University with a 9-0 victory Sunday (Apr. 6) at Al Ortolani Field.The Bearcats (18-16, 15-12 MIAA) broke open a 1-0 game with a six-run fifth inning against the Gorillas (13-22, 10-18 MIAA), who dropped their ninth straight decision.SBU starter Cole Roark (3-5) fired a complete-game three-hitter. He walked four and struck out three PSU batter. The Bearcat defense also turned four double plays in th... More>>

Eleven Gorillas Garner MIAA Academic Awards for Basketball

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Eleven Pittsburg State University basketball players – seven members of the women's team and four members of the men's squad – garnered MIAA Academic Honor Roll recognition today (Apr. 4). More>>

Clay earns MIAA Scholar-Athlete honors as five Lions named to MIAA Academic Honor Roll

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The Missouri Southern Lions women's basketball team had five players named to the MIAA Academic Honor Roll. More>>

Gorillas Can't Complete Rally Against Hornets

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McKenzie Rynard hit game-tying home runs in successive innings but the Pittsburg State University softball team couldn't complete its rally against Emporia State University as the Gorillas fell, 14-9, in nine innings. More>>

Bearcats Break Away For 9-1 Win in Series Opener

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Southwest Baptist University scored six runs in the top of the seventh inning to break open a 2-1 game en route to a 9-1 victory over Pittsburg State University in the series opener Friday (Apr. 4). More>>

Umpires start their season

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Wednesday was a perfect afternoon in Pittsburg, Kansas for some high school baseball as the Nevada Tigers take on the Colgan Panthers as the players begin their season. It was also the first game of the season for two veteran umpires officiating the game. More>>

NCAA Baseball: No. 20 Oklahoma State 3, No. 29 Oklahoma 1

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The No. 29 University of Oklahoma baseball team lost to No. 20 Oklahoma State, 3-1, in front of a crowd of 1,941 at L. Dale Mitchell Park, Tuesday night in a non-conference contest. The Sooners dropped to 20-10 overall, while the Cowboys improved to 20-9. More>>

Hill and Vaughn combine to shutout Pitt State, 3-0

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The Missouri Southern baseball team picked up a win today as Skylar Hill and Stephen Vaughn combined to shutout Pittsburg State today and the Lions won 3-0 in a Sonic Trophy Series matchup at Al Ortolani Field in Pittsburg. 

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Southern golf finishes seventh at Broncho Classic

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The Missouri Southern golf team finished in seventh place today after the final round of the 2014 UCO Broncho Invite held at Gaillardia Country Club in Oklahoma City, Okla. The event is the last regular-season MIAA points event on the schedule.  More>>

Hill, Lions Blank Gorillas, 3-0

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Skylar Hill tossed seven-plus shutout innings as Missouri Southern State University blanked Pittsburg State University, 3-0, Tuesday (Apr. 1) in a non-confernce match-up at Al Ortolani Field. More>>

Softball Splits With Lindenwood

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The Pittsburg State softball team began its 18-game home stand with a doubleheader split with Lindenwood on Tuesday (April 1) afternoon at the PSU Softball Complex. Pitt State won game one, 5-1, before falling, 7-1 in game two. More>>

Big Inning Leads to 9-0 Win Over Missouri State

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The University of Arkansas softball team scored six runs in the first inning on its way to a 9-0 win over Missouri State Tuesday evening at Bogle Park.  More>>

Crowder College Athletic Updates

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The Crowder College Athletic teams are in full swing with the following results or upcoming events:

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PSU Golfers Finish Fifth @ Bethel Invitational

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The Pittsburg State University men's golf team finished in a tie for fifth place among 16 schools at the Bethel Spring Invitational Sunday (Mar. 30). The Gorillas finished the 36-hole competition with a 648 team score at Sand Creek Golf Club. More>>

MIAA announces 2014 Hall of Fame Class

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Ten Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association legends have been elected to the MIAA Hall of Fame Class of 2014, the conference office announced today. More>>

Broyles, Gammon Selected to 2014 MIAA Hall of Fame Class

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Former Pittsburg State University head football coach and athletic director Chuck Broyles and former All-American football player Kendall Gammon have been selected among 10 individuals to comprise the 2014 MIAA Hall of Fame Class. More>>

Hubbard named permanent head women's basketball coach

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Missouri Southern Director of Athletics Jared Bruggeman has announced that Ronda Hubbard has had the interim tag removed and will be the permanent head women's basketball coach at Southern effective immediately. More>>

Baseball Game vs MSSU Moved Up to Tuesday

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The Pittsburg State University baseball team will host Missouri Southern State University in a non-conference game Tuesday (Apr. 1). First pitch is set for 4 p.m. (CDT) at Al Ortolani Field. More>>

Bedlam Battle Set For Tuesday In Norman

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Full Slate of MIAA Competition on Tap for Gorilla Softball

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The Pittsburg State softball team has a full slate of MIAA compeition scheduled for this week at the PSU Softball Complex. The Gorillas will play each of their next 18 games at home. More>>

Awards Continue to Follow Jayhawk Freshmen

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Kansas freshman Andrew Wiggins picked up two more accolades Monday 
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Golf in sixth place after day one at Broncho Invite

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The Missouri Southern golf team improved its second-round score by 22 strokes over the first-round and the Lions sit in sixth place after day one of the 2014 Broncho Invite, hosted by the University of Central Oklahoma at Gaillardia Country Club. More>>

Gorillas 11th After Day One at Broncho Invitational

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The Pittsburg State University men's golf team finished day one action of the University of Central Oklahoma Broncho Invitational in 11th place among 12 schools Monday (Mar. 31). More>>

Broyles, Gammon named to MIAA Hall of Fame Class of 2014

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Ten Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association legends have been elected to the MIAA Hall of Fame Class of 2014, the conference office announced today. More>>

Robert Corn named a finalist for Clarence Gaines D-2 National Coach of the Year Award

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Joplin -Missouri Southern men's basketball coach Robert Corn has been named one of 12 finalists for the Clarence "Big House" Gaines Division II National Coach of the Year Award.The award is presented annually to the top division II men's basketball coach. It is named for one of the best coaches of all-time, Clarence Gaines, who retired from Winston-Salem State University in 1993 with a record of 828-446. At the time he was the winningest active basketball coach in NCAA history. He was elected... More>>

Johnson's four RBIs caps a four-game sweep of SBU with 8-2 win

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Joplin -Axel Johnsonwent 3-5 with four RBIs and a run scored and the Missouri Southern baseball team completed the four-game sweep of visiting Southwest Baptist, defeating the Bearcats 8-2 today inside Joe Becker Stadium.The Lions (18-12, 13-11 MIAA) sweep an MIAA opponent for the third time this season as the Lions also swept Fort Hays and Lincoln early on in the MIAA docket.Matt Harvey started for the Lions and went three and a third innings, striking out two. Drew Noble threw four and two ... More>>

Pitt State Men Enjoy Solid Debut in Wendy's/PSU Invitational

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Pittsburg - The Pittsburg State University men's outdoor track field team posted six individual event victories in an impressive season debut in the Wendy's/PSU Invitational Saturday (Mar. 29) at Prentice Gudgen Track.Bo Farrow posted a pair of field event wins, claiming the meet title in the discus throw with a PQ mark of 163 feet, 6 inches and taking top honors in the shot put with a PQ heave of 54-10.75.Steven Mann won the long jump with a PQ mark of 23-8, while Marquise Cushon claimed th... More>>

Gorilla Women Claim Four Wins @ Wendy's/PSU Invitational

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Pittsburg - The Pittsburg State University women's outdoor track field team notched four individual event winners in the season opening Wendy's/PSU Invitational Saturday (Mar. 29) at Prentice Gudgen Track.Emilyn Dearman opened the day in strong fashion with a victory in the heptathlon. She compiled 4,917 points in the multi-events to rank third in NCAA Division II on the national qualifiers list.D'Andria Blow added a victory in the discus throw, heaving the implement 140 feet, 4 inches.On th... More>>

Gorillas Open Spring Drills Tuesday

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Pittsburg - The Pittsburg State University football team will open its 2014 spring drills Tuesday (Apr. 1). The Gorillas will have a total of 15 practice days, culminating with their annual Spring Game on Apr. 26.Pitt State will open practice at 6:30 a.m. Tuesday and follow with practices at the same time Wednesday and Thursday (Apr. 2-3). Pitt State will conclude spring drills with the Spring Game on Apr. 26 at 10 a.m. at Brandenburg Field/Carnie Smith Stadium.Head coach Tim Beck and his coa... More>>

Brown Sets New School Record in Split With Griffons

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St. Joseph, MO - Tiffany Brown's school record setting home run in the first inning of game two, and another in the third inning, helped the Pittsburg State softball team (16-16, 3-7MIAA)to a doubleheader split with the Missouri Western Griffons (20-14, 5-7 MIAA) on Saturday (March 29) at the Missouri Western Softball Field. Missouri Western won game one, 3-2, while the Gorillas took game two, 6-2.Brown set the school records for both single season and career home runs. She now has 19 home ru... More>>

Lions Sweep Doubleheader From Gorillas Saturday

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St. Charles, MO - Lindenwood University won a pair of tightly contested baseball games against Pittsburg State University Saturday (Mar. 29) at the Lou Brock Complex.The Lions (13-17, 10-9 MIAA) claimed a 6-5 victory in game one with a walkoff grounder and then held on for a 4-2 win over the Gorillas (13-16, 10-13 MIAA) in the nightcap. The two teams will wrap up a four-game MIAA series with a final game at 12 Noon Sunday (Mar. 30).Pitt State fell behind 5-1 in game one before battling back t... More>>

Sooners Defeat Jayhawks 2-1 in Weekend Opener

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The University of Oklahoma baseball team rallied for a run in the eighth and one in the ninth to steal a 2-1 win in the weekend opener at Kansas, Friday night. The Sooners improved to 19-8 overall and 3-1 in the Big 12, while the Jayhawks fell to 17-9 and 2-2.
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Softball Loses Two at Northwest Missouri

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The Pittsburg State softball team lost both games of a doubleheader at Northwest Missouri, 9-5 and 8-7, on Friday (March 28) afternoon. More>>

Marquis Addison scores 15 in NABC Division II All-Star Game

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Missouri Southern senior guard Marquis Addison scored 15 points as he helped the West All-Stars to a 121-109 victory in the NABC/Reese's Division II All-Star game. More>>

Schott finishes seventh in 5k at Wash U

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Missouri Southern junior distance runner Eric Schott placed 7th in the 5k at the 2014 Washington University Invitational today in St. Louis. 
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Lions Rally in Ninth to Knock Off Gorillas, 7-6

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Lindenwood University scored four runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to rally from a 6-3 deficit and claim a 7-6 victory over Pittsburg State University Friday (Mar. 28) in the opening contest of a four-game MIAA series at the Lou Brock Sports Complex. More>>

Lions' baseball wins 2-1 over Southwest Baptist on a walk-off from Harper

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Lions' baseball wins 2-1 over Southwest Baptist on a walk-off from Harper
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Pitt State Athletics Hosts Chili Dog Cook Off

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Pitt State Athletics is calling all cooks and tailgaters to participate in its first ever Chili Dog Cook off to take place during the baseball game against Nebraska-Kearney on Saturday, April 19.
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PSU tops men's, LU women's track and field preseason poll

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The Pittsburg State men have been picked to repeat as MIAA Indoor Track and Field Champions. The Lincoln women received all the possible first place votes and were also selected to repeat at MIAA Champions.  More>>

Gorillas to Hit the Road to Open Series Against Lindenwood Friday

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The Pittsburg State University baseball team will travel to St. Charles, Mo., to take on Lindenwood University in a four-game MIAA series. The series will begin Friday (Mar. 28) with a single game at 4 p.m. (CDT) at the Lou Brock Sports Complex. The Gorillas and Lions will play a doubleheader at 1 p.m. Saturday (Mar. 29) and close out the series with a final game at 12 Noon Sunday (Mar. 30).
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Gorillas to Hit the Road to Open Series Against Lindenwood Friday

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The Pittsburg State University baseball team will travel to St. Charles, Mo., to take on Lindenwood University in a four-game MIAA series. The series will begin Friday (Mar. 28) with a single game at 4 p.m. (CDT) at the Lou Brock Sports Complex. The Gorillas and Lions will play a doubleheader at 1 p.m. Saturday (Mar. 29) and close out the series with a final game at 12 Noon Sunday (Mar. 30).
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Byrd, Kansas Rowing Prepare for Sunflower Showdown

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As the University of Kansas rowing program prepares for its annual Sunflower Showdown this weekend against Kansas State, junior Kristen Byrd reflects on the path that led her to the heart of Jayhawk Nation. More>>

No. 28 Sooners Visit Jayhawks for Three

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Big 12 play resumes for the Oklahoma baseball team with a three-game set at Kansas. Game one of the weekend is set for 6:00 pm on Friday night. More>>

Leah Rader Signing with Highland Community College

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Leah Rader was a two year starter and letter winner for JHS volleyball team.  She was a All-District 2nd team having 29 blocks and 198 kills.  She was also to MVP for the Carl Junction Tournament.  Rader lead the Eagles to a 21-12-2 overall record and a 5-4 conference record. She signed on to play for Highland Community College.  More>>

Family Activities Surround Baseball and Softball Weekend

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Predicted to be a near-perfect weekend with temperatures in the mid-60s to 70s, Kansas Athletics announces a fun-filled family weekend surrounding both the Jayhawk baseball and softball diamonds. More>>

Gorilla Baseball and Softball to Host Alumni Events April 4 & 5

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The Pittsburg State Softball and Baseball teams will host events specifically for alumni around their game on Friday, April 4 and Saturday, April 5. More>>

Arkansas Returns To SEC Play At Mississippi State

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The Arkansas baseball team puts a five-game winning streak on the line this weekend, traveling to No. 16 Mississippi State for a three-game series at Dudy Noble Field. 

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Softball Run Ruled by Missouri-St. Louis

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The Pittsburg State softball team was plagued by errors in a 9-1, six inning loss to Missouri-St. Louis on Wednesday (March 26) at the PSU Softball Complex. More>>

Wiggins Named NABC All-America Second Team

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Kansas freshman Andrew Wiggins was named to the 2014 National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) All-America Second Team, the NABC announced Tuesday. More>>

Smart a Two-Time All-American

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Marcus Smart, a sophomore guard on the Oklahoma State Cowboy Basketball team, has been named a third-team All-American by the National Association of Basketball Coaches, it was announced today.
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Carl Junction to join the COC

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On Monday evening, the Carl Junction Board of Education voted to accept the invitation by the Central Ozark Conference to join their Large Division beginning with the 2016-2017 school year. More>>

NEO announces Class VI for Athletic Hall of Fame induction

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Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College (NEO), will make seven inductions into its Athletic Hall of Fame at the induction ceremony on Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014. The 2014 honorees include six individuals and one national championship team. More>>

Southern golf finishes 12th at Jim Bishop Toyota Classic

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The Missouri Southern golf team finished 12th today after a cold and wind-blown final day in the 2014 Jim Bishop Toyota Classic hosted by the University of North Alabama at the Fighting Joe Course of the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail.
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Softball Hosts Missouri-St. Louis Wednesday

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The Pitt State softball team will host a midweek non-conference doubleheader against Missouri-St. Louis on Wednesday, March 26 at 2 and 4 p.m. at the PSU Softball Complex. More>>

Gorillas Roll to 17-3 Win Over Jets Tuesday

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The Pittsburg State University baseball team broke open a one-run game with a pair of five-run innings as the Gorillas posted a 17-3 victory over Newman University Tuesday (Mar. 25). More>>

OU Football Season Ticket Renewal, Sooner Club Deadlines Approaching

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Oklahoma Football fans still have time to renew their 2014 season tickets
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K-State Takes on Nebraska at Home

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K-State returns home for a midweek contest against former Big 12 foe, Nebraska, at Tointon Family Stadium on Wednesday,?March 26. First pitch is at 6:30 pm.  More>>

Cowboy Football Report, March 25

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Dressed in full pads, the Oklahoma State football team held its fifth practice of spring ball Tuesday at the Sherman E. Smith Training Facility. After the approximately three hour-long session, head coach Mike Gundy shared his thoughts: More>>

Gifts received toward new MSSU baseball stadium

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Two major gifts were recently received by the Missouri Southern Foundation for the baseball stadium that is planned at the university. Rod and Janice Anderson made a $25,000 gift toward the fundraising campaign, and a suite at the stadium will be named in honor of the Board of Governors thanks to the gift. Rod is an alumnus and current member of the Missouri Southern State University Board of Governors. More>>

Jayhawks Travel to Wichita State Wednesday

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Kansas softball hits the road again for a midweek contest, which concludes its eight-game span on the road, on Wednesday, March 26, against Wichita State at 6 p.m. inside the Wilkins Softball Facility. It's the final non-conference test before the Jayhawks begin their Big 12 Slate on Friday, March 28 against Oklahoma State at Arrocha Ballpark. More>>

Join the Sooner Baseball Family for Bedlam

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The Sooner Baseball Family will be providing a bus trip to Bedlam at Oklahoma State on April 15. The Sooners are scheduled to take on the Cowboys in game two of the Bedlam Series at 6:30 pm in Stillwater. More>>

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