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Griffon men dominate Sterling 75-44 in opener

Griffon men dominate Sterling 75-44 in opener

November 13, 2012 Comments

Kyle Inman

[caption id="attachment_13820" align="aligncenter" width="252"] Griffon Forward Dzenan Mrkaljevic goes up for a shot. The 6’8 big man led the team to victory with 17 rebounds and 10 points.[/caption]   Missouri Western Men’s Basketball won its regular season opener with a 75-44 blowout of Sterling College at MWSU Fieldhouse on Nov. 13. The Griffons played lock-down […]

Howard is a weapon for new-look Griffons

November 9, 2012 Comments

Christian Mengel

For a new coach, first impressions are important when it comes to showing their commitments to the program. Getting a Division I athlete to come to a Division II school is not a bad start. Heather Howard, former Oklahoma State University player, has one last year of eligibility left. Rob Edmisson, the new women’s basketball […]

Small guard has big goals

April 23, 2012 Comments

Kyle Inman

With one of college basketball under his belt, Missouri Western freshman point guard Reed Mells is making it his priority to stay in the gym and perfect his craft for the future. “Basketball is second only to God and my family in my life,” Mells said. “It’s the only thing I am really passionate about […]

Heartbreak continues, tournament chances don’t

February 23, 2012 Comments

Christian Mengel

Missouri Western had yet another close game resulting in a loss, but with a little more sting in this one knowing its tournament dreams are now over. Western was put in a must-win situation against Central Missouri, while needing both Lincoln and Emporia St. to lose for any chance to get into the MIAA tournament. […]

Griffons face must-win games

February 15, 2012 Comments

Kyle Inman

The Missouri Western men’s basketball team fell to 5-14 overall and 2-14 in MIAA conference play after falling 67-61 at No. 18 Northwest Missouri State on Saturday. With a spot in the conference tournament on the line, the Griffons must win each of the four remaining games on their schedule. “We are who we are, […]

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