- 75 years of MSSU Sports
Coach still can't watch game tape of 'The Call'
Through the years, some Missouri Southern basketball games are remembered by a simple phrase.
Community service a key part of MSSU athletics
The Missouri Southern State University athletics programs have always prided themselves on their success on the courts and in the fields of play, but they are just as proud of what they do on their time away from their respective sports.
In many ways, Lipira still coaching at MSSU
Pat Lipira won a total of 897 games as a volleyball and softball coach at Missouri Southern.
Five D-II champions highlight Lion track
Five national champions — two of them two-time winners — headline Missouri Southern’s track and field history.
Chris Tuggle launches 'Winner at Weiser'
Just mention “Winner at Weiser,” and every veteran Missouri Southern basketball fan knows the shot.
MIAA tourney in Kansas City is now accepted
One day at Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City, former Missouri Southern men’s athletics director Jim Frazier noticed some people exchanging money for basketball tickets.
Turner made community service part of program
NCAA Division II puts an emphasis on community service.
Underdog Lions advance to 1982 NAIA women's basketball final
Apparently the NAIA women’s basketball tournament committee didn’t expect Missouri Southern to make the 1982 national tournament.
Young gym: Lions saved best for last
The old adage “saving the best for last” certainly applies to Missouri Southern men’s basketball at Robert Ellis Young Gymnasium.
Feeder system aids early years of MSSU softball
Missouri Southern’s softball program debuted in the spring of 1975.
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