Archive for Sports

Senior tennis players honored

April 14, 2015 Comments

J Q

As Missouri Western honored seniors Ceara Boldridge and Kayla Dysart, the women’s tennis team went 1-1 on Saturday, sweeping Lincoln (9-0) but losing to  No. 19 Southwest Baptist 4-5. The Griffons managed to grab all six wins in singles matches and all three in doubles this past Saturday. Senior Dysart said it felt pretty good […]

Griffon Athletics: A brand in need of investment

April 14, 2015 Comments

Jon Dykstra

Rivalries are one of the aspects of athletic competition fans have the most passion for. For the Missouri Western faithful, victories are especially celebrated against Central Missouri, Missouri Southern and of course Northwest Missouri State University. Losing to your rivals in premier sports, such as men’s basketball and football, can cost coaches their jobs and […]

Softball storms past Lincoln, extends win streak to 16 games

April 1, 2015 Comments

Cortrez Colbert

Griffon softball showed consistency in making their streak 16 in a row beating the Lincoln Lions. The Griffons have been on a row lately, and they didn’t stop sweeping the Lions in the series. The Griffons currently have an overall record of 25-9 and are 10-2 in the MIAA. The Lincoln Blue Tigers now have an overall record […]

Are you ready for some football?

March 31, 2015 Comments

Jacob Edwards

“Are you ready for some football?” It may not be time for the 2015 kickoff yet, but practice is in full swing for the Griffon football team. Coming off of a year that was considered “bad” by Missouri Western standards, the Griffons will look to improve upon their 7-4 record from last season. The first […]

Pitching, defense paramount against Tigers

March 31, 2015 Comments

Jon Dykstra

The softball team has won 17 of the last 18 games going into a Friday doubleheader in Hays, Kansas, against a 17-14 Fort Hays State team. The Tigers have been very up-and-down of late, earning a split with a 22-11 Central Oklahoma squad last week, but also splitting with Northeastern State, whose record is below 14-18 this […]

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