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Schremmer: Who would be top pick in D-II draft?
NCAA Division II football is no stranger to the NFL Draft.
Missouri Southern defensive tackle Brandon Williams was a third-round pick last year. Such MIAA products as Lindenwood defensive back Pierre Desir and Pittsburg State wide receiver John Brown could come off the board as early as the second or third round on Friday.
Six Lions earn All-MIAA track honors
Missouri Southern’s track and field teams combined for six All-MIAA performances on the final day of the 2014 MIAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
Schremmer: PSU's Brown garnering big-time attention
A quick rant through the week in sports:
• If ESPN’s NFL draft guru Mel Kiper Jr. is correct, a player from the area will be selected in the third round for the second consecutive season.
Schott kicks to 10K win; PSU second in MIAA race
With a strong kick, Missouri Southern’s Eric Schott won the 10,000 meters Saturday night at the MIAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships at Dwight T. Reed Stadium.
MSSU's Morgan, PSU's Piepenbrink fourth after first day of MIAA multi events
Kaylee Morgan of Missouri Southern and Jeff Piepenbrink of Pittsburg State are in fourth place after Friday’s competition in their respective multi events at the MIAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
PSU men land role of favorite at MIAA track meet
A strong corps of throwers throws the favorite’s role to Pittsburg State in the men’s division of this weekend’s MIAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships, hosted by Lincoln University in Jefferson City.
Defense dominates in PSU spring football game
Pittsburg State’s offense has rolled up some gaudy numbers in recent seasons.
Young players step forward during Pittsburg State spring drills
Spring football drills have allowed several young players to display their talents, Pittsburg State coach Tim Beck said Wednesday as the session of 15 practices draws to a close.
Lions finish 9th in MIAA golf; MSSU takes Sonic Trophy lead
Ryan Buerk finished in a tie for 15th place to lead Missouri Southern in the MIAA Men’s Golf Championships that concluded Wednesday at Alvamar Golf Club.
Southern tied for 9th after day one of MIAA golf meet
Central Missouri shot five-under par (283) and leads second-place Northeastern State (291) by eight strokes after the first day of the MIAA men’s golf tournament on Monday at the Alvamar Country Club in Lawrence.
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