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Griffon offense keeping MIAA in check

It is nearly impossible to beat a baseball team who is averaging nine runs a game, and that is the lesson that the rest of the MIAA is learning. After a win against Northwest last Wednesday and a three-game sweep of Fort Hays, the Griffons brought their winning streak to seven games. Western traveled to Maryville last Wednesday to face... Read More

Griffons play for share of MIAA title

After defeating the rival Northwest Bearcats last Saturday, the Griffons will play for a share of the MIAA title on Wednesday against the Washburn Ichabods. Although the Bearcats are last in the MIAA, the rivalry game between Northwest and Western was still a battle. The Griffons lost the lead only twice in the game, early in the first quarter and... Read More

Western looks toward Oklahoma road trip

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 early in the season. The... Read More

Western defends conference lead at home

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 Missouri Southern, taking down the... Read More

Fieldhouse gives Griffons chance for redemption

Last week the Griffons suffered two over twenty-point losses to Pitt State and Missouri Southern on the road but return home, where they have a 6-5 record, to face the Lindenwood Lions on Thursday and the Lincoln Blue Tigers on Saturday. Head coach Brett Weiberg knows that during a season such as this the team has to keep pushing on.... Read More