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Men’s basketball hopes to rebound in 2016-2017 season

The Griffon basketball team hopes that they can improve on last season’s poor regular season and build off a strong finish in the regular season and their upset in the MIAA tournament. Western finished 11th in the MIAA with a 12-18 record. Head coach Brett Weiberg has been pleased with the effort he has seen over the off-season. “Every one... Read More

Will the Griffons be able to reverse their fortunes in 2017

Coaching college football can be so rewarding, and coaching college football can be so demoralizing. The Griffons just wrapped up a season in which they went 4-7 — their worst record since going 5-6 in 2004. The man who has run the football program at Missouri Western for 20 years now, even after one of his worst seasons in 12... Read More

Griffons’ volleyball struggles at the Fieldhouse

The Griffon volleyball team took to the court Friday Nov. 4 and Saturday Nov. 5 against Fort Hays and the University of Nebraska-Kearney, respectively. During the Friday game, the first set saw the Griffons take an early lead against the FHSU Tigers. “Our season has had some ups and downs this year,” senior Blair Russell said. “We have seen some... Read More

Future is bright for Griffons’ soccer

There are many college soccer programs that would love to get double-digit wins, set school records and finish fifth in the conference. But for Chad Edwards and his team — they want more. “I like our mindset, I like where we are at, and I like the kids we have coming back,” Coach Chad Edwards said. The Griffons will return... Read More

Gorillas’ offense unstoppable at Spratt Stadium

The gorilla is known as a ground-dwelling animal, but Saturday they showed the ability to move on the ground and through the air against the Griffons. The Gorillas rolled into Spratt Stadium on Saturday afternoon and scored 55 points on the Griffons. A late rally from Western made the game close, but Pitt State dominated for most of it, winning... Read More