Category: Women’s Basketball

The No. 8 Griffons completed the home court sweep in a blowout fashion by beating Lindenwood 93-50 and Lincoln 82-51. Now they will hit the road to face the Northeastern State University RiverHawks and the University of Central Oklahoma Bronchos. The last time Western met both Northeastern State and Central Oklahoma was at the Fieldhouse…

The Griffons have lost two of three coming into this week’s slate of games. After a big win over Fort Hays State, Western failed to defend their home court against Nebraska-Kearny and then lost a close one to Pittsburg State. After that two-game skid, the team got back to their winning ways Saturday in Joplin against…

The Griffons continued to climb up the national rankings, reaching fifth in the country. Over semester break, they stayed perfect with a 17-0 record. Western’s most recent victories came on the road against Washburn and No. 12 Emporia State. The Griffon defense held strong in all four quarters and did not allow the Ichabods to…

Global influence

[caption id="attachment_26263" align="alignnone" width="300"] Mili Koyamainavure[/caption] Moving to a different country, a different environment, leaving your family and playing a sport that you love are all a part of many international student-athletes’ life. Coaches recruit all over the world to find the best talent. A lot of international students at Missouri Western can relate to…

Griffons ‘Kobe’ versus Bearcats

[caption id="attachment_26263" align="alignnone" width="300"] Mili Koyamainavure[/caption] Missouri Western takes a No. 17 national ranking into its biggest weekend of the young season. They host undefeated Pittsburg State on Thursday, before welcoming the 7-1 Missouri Southern Lions to the MWSU Fieldhouse on Saturday. “It is going to be a tough week at the Fieldhouse,” head coach Rob…