- 75 years of MSSU Sports
Corn helped build recruiting pipeline from Puerto Rico to MSSU
For 12 summers Robert Corn coached in the Superior Basketball League in Puerto Rico.
Lions have earned 43 conference team championships
The MIAA women’s cross country championship that Missouri Southern won in October in Maryville was the Lions’ 43rd conference championship in school history.
Sally Beard helped MSSU 'get kicked off'
Sallie Beard watched Missouri Southern grow.
Baseball helped lead Frazier to Missouri Southern
Baseball helped direct Jim Frazier toward Missouri Southern.
Corn has made most of opportunity
It’s a job Robert Corn wanted.
Yet, it’s also a job he didn’t want to become available.
Former Lion player helped Mitts land MSSU women's basketball job
Maryann Mitts succeeded Amy Townsend as Missouri Southern women’s basketball coach in April 2001.
Western decision paved way for Lions to join NCAA
Missouri Southern joined the NCAA Division II ranks and the MIAA for the 1989-90 school year.
Chris Tucker grew into impact player both on and off court
Missouri Southern basketball coach Robert Corn admits that 22 years ago, he didn’t have the highest hopes of signing Chris Tucker.
MSSU preparing to stage cross country nationals
This week Missouri Southern cross country coach Tom Rutledge is about as happy as a child on Christmas morning.
Name change bill finally passed for MSSU in 2003
In 2003, Missouri Southern State College officially became Missouri Southern State University.
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