Archive for Sports

New tennis coach

October 3, 2014 Comments

Michael Penn

Tennis is not a part-time job now that the Griffons have their first full-time head coach in school history. Recently hired head coach Chris Canady brings a wide variety of skills and experiences to both the team and the athletic department. Canady played and coached Division II tennis in the MIAA conference for Southwest Baptist […]

Griffons in the NFL

October 3, 2014 Comments

Michael Penn

Over the past few years, Missouri Western has enjoyed a steady production of professional football players from the Griffon football program. Although some of those players have yet to prove themselves to the professional football world, there are some former Griffons that have started steady careers. 2011 Western graduate, Greg Zuerlein, has entered his third […]

Ramsell brings diversity

Ramsell brings diversity

October 1, 2014 Comments

Brandon Perkins

K.C. Ramsell is a Griffon soccer player who works to be the best on and off the field. As soon as she started running, she said she wanted to play soccer. “I started when I was about two and a half or three.” Ramsell said. “I fell in love with it and played since.” Growing […]

Griffons look to avenge loss from Gorillas a year ago

October 1, 2014 Comments

Albert Shelby

Winners of two straight, Missouri Western looks to continue their streak when they match up against the Gorillas of Pittsburg State Saturday night. The Griffons have been on a roll since falling to Central Oklahoma two weeks ago. Led by a stingy defense and the legs of running back Ralph Spencer, Western is currently undefeated at home […]

Obi brings toughness to new family

October 1, 2014 Comments

Albert Shelby

He’s 6 feet 3 inches tall, 250 pounds, he has dreads and he wears the number 91. Richard Obi is not David Bass, but it doesn’t hurt to have so much in common with the former defensive end at Missouri Western. Obi is a junior defensive end from Denver who came to Western after a […]

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