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Fort Hays State's Holub fires no-hitter against PSU
Maddie Holub, for all intents and purposes, single-handedly sent the Pittsburg State Gorillas into the losers’ bracket of the MIAA Softball Postseason Tournament on Friday afternoon.
Richards lead Pittsburg State into MIAA meet
Pittsburg State thrower Larissa Richards has the top qualifying mark in three events for the MIAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
Neosho's Ketcham makes all-MIAA team
Neosho High School product Kreslee Ketcham, a senior first baseman at Pittsburg State, was named to the all-MIAA softball team, which was released on Thursday.
Gorillas open play in MIAA softball
Pittsburg State enters the MIAA softball postseason tournament on a roll.
Postseason tourneys fall victim to weather
This week began with three days of temperatures in the mid-80s, giving teams around the MIAA ideal conditions for practice.
Moorman signs with Steelers
Brian Moorman signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers on Tuesday.
Pitt State's Harger, Hamilton vie for backup QB job
Pittsburg State is set at starting quarterback.
Gorillas happy with defense after spring game
Pittsburg State defensive coordinator Dave Wiemers seemed pretty happy after the Gorillas wrapped up their Spring Game on Saturday.
Gorillas sign three more for women's basketball
The Pittsburg State women’s basketball team officially announced the addition of four signees on Thursday.
Gorillas gear up for spring football game
The Pittsburg State Gorillas will wrap up a month of sporadic spring drills on Saturday with their annual Spring Game.
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