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Lions coach Rutledge shows he cares about athletes
Coach Tom Rutledge cares about his athletes from the day they step onto the Missouri Southern campus.
Lions battle Gorillas in MIAA baseball tournament
The beginning of Brett Abell’s final season at Missouri Southern was surrounded by question marks.
Lions' athletes of the year beginning pro careers
Megan Stueve and Brandon Williams, recognized at Missouri Southern’s athletes of the year during Tuesday night’s student-athlete awards ceremony, are launching professional careers.
Cox earns MSSU's Humphrey award for second time
For the first time in the award’s 42-year history, there is a repeat winner of the E.O. and Virginia Humphrey Award.
Pitt State edges Southern for MIAA track title
In what was essentially a two-team race, Pittsburg State had just a touch more fuel.
Lions win twice to advance in MIAA tournament
Dallas Burke drove in five runs as Missouri Southern advanced to the semifinals of the MIAA tournament Sunday by defeating Northeastern State 6-5 and 5-3 at Joe Becker Stadium.
RiverHawks sink Southern in MIAA tourney opener
Kyle Shambaugh scattered five hits in 72⁄3 innings Saturday as Northeastern (Okla.) State defeated Missouri Southern 4-2 in the MIAA Postseason Tournament at Joe Becker Stadium.
MSSU, PSU set to battle for MIAA track title
The scene is set today for a Pittsburg State-Missouri State battle for the men’s MIAA outdoor track and field championship.
Lions-NSU baseball series postponed again
Rain and sleet and snow may not affect the United States Postal Service, but it certainly dampens the MIAA baseball postseason tournament.
Thomas fifth, Morgan sixth after first day of MIAA multi-events
Missouri Southern’s Jayce Thomas ranked fifth and Kaylee Morgan was sixth after Friday’s multi-events competition at the MIAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
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