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Griswold helps Griffons beat Bearcats

Fresh off of a 30-point performance in a losing effort to Nebraska-Omaha, Jessica Koch needed help in order for Missouri Western to win in the MIAA. Brittany Griswold was her help Wednesday night. Griswold led the Griffons in scoring with 17 points and Koch was second with 12 as they secured their first MIAA win this season in their 62-51... Read More

SGA buys playoff tickets for students

Missouri Western’s Student Government Association made an executive board decision to pony up the dough, buying 300 tickets for Saturday’s home playoff game — the first in school history. SGA gave away these tickets at noon on Monday, Nov. 14 in the Blum Student Union lobby to the first 300 students to claim them and agreed to co-purchase souvenir towels... Read More

Western to compete in 20th annual Hillyard Classic this weekend

Missouri Western men’s basketball looks to defend its home court at the 20th annual Hillyard Tip-Off Classic at the MWSU Fieldhouse on Friday and Saturday. Friday the Griffons (2-0) play William Jewell College (1-0). William Jewell features NAIA All-American Nick Larson, who is a 6’6”, 265 pound center. The Griffons will rely on the size of Justin Reid and Levonte... Read More

Griffons beat Bearcats

The fans rushed the field Saturday at Spratt Stadium as No. 25 Missouri Western defeated rival No. 3 Northwest Missouri State 31-28. “It was a hard-fought game,” coach Jerry Partridge said. “I didn’t feel like we had it won until the very end. We played as good as we could play.” The victory snaps an eight year losing streak for... Read More

Five games in, one game out

Five games in, the Griffons have played two ranked opponents, two road games and two undefeated teams. Baffling? Well, sitting at 3-2 at this point, Missouri Western is right where it supposed to be. Factor in two season-ending injuries – T.J. Fannin and Marcus Thompson – how should Western fare in the second half of the season? Although Jerry Partridge said he would... Read More