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Explosive scoring makes Western successful on road

It seems like just yesterday the Western baseball team was playing their season opener in Arkansas, but 35 games later the Griffons find themselves sitting in third place in the MIAA. After winning 15 of 17 Western has cooled down just a bit. In one of their most impressive victories of the year, the Griffons downed No.10 Emporia State 8-1... Read More

Tennis hits rough patch over weekend

The Griffons had a home stay this weekend, facing Washburn, Central Oklahoma and Northeastern State. On Thursday, April 7, Western had a strong showing against the Ichabods in dual matches. In the No. 1 spot, Yasmine El Ghazi took her match 6-3, 7-6. Sarah Giraldo claimed a 6-4, 6-3 win in the No. 2 spot. Sofia Aguilera held down the... Read More

Griffons show power on road

The Griffons began their three-school six game road trip last Friday with a double header against the Lindenwood Lions, followed by a double header against the Lincoln Blue Tigers and ended Tuesday with a double header against the rival Northwest Bearcats. Head coach Jen Trotter felt confident about her team’s position going into the road streak. “We felt pretty good... Read More

Men’s, women’s golf earns top 10 finishes

After a long winter break Western’s men were back in action. The team traveled to Oklahoma City for the Broncho Invitational where the team finished tenth. The weather was a big factor according to coach Greg Dillon. “The wind that I saw was as bad as I’ve ever seen,” Dillon said. The Griffons finished with a team score of 675... Read More

Griffons successful over break

The Griffons played 13 games since March 3, going 10-3 in that time. Western is 16-8 overall and 8-5 in the MIAA. At the halfway point of the season, the Griffons find themselves in seventh place. Western traveled to Bolivar to play a three-game series against Southwest Baptist March 3-5. The offense continued to be very productive, scoring 25 runs... Read More