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Gorillas maintain late-season momentum
The Pittsburg State women’s basketball team is set to enter the MIAA Postseason Tournament with a lot of momentum on its side.
Indoor track, field championships filled with national contenders
To prove the caliber of athletes in this weekend’s MIAA indoor track and field championships, simply look at Jeff Fraley.
Morgan sets tone for Southern
Thanks to Kaylee Morgan, Missouri Southern is four points ahead of schedule in the MIAA Indoor Track and Field Championships.
Lions open pursuit of MIAA honors
Kaylee Morgan is the only Missouri Southern athlete who will be competing today when the MIAA Indoor Track and Field Championship begins its three-day run at the Leggett & Platt Athletic Center.
PSU stings fifth-ranked Hornets
Pittsburg State’s Cathy Brugman had been in this position before.
Pittsburg State men snap skid
Pittsburg State shot 57 percent in the second half and rallied past Emporia State 84-76 Wednesday night at John Lance Arena, keeping the Gorillas’ postseason hopes alive.
CHC runner signs with Pittsburg State
Initially, College Heights Christian senior Kolleen Gladden had no plans of pursuing a career in college athletics.
PSU women finish against MIAA powers
After a perfect 4-0 road trip, Pittsburg State closes its women’s basketball regular season with home matchups against perennial MIAA powers Emporia State tonight and Washburn on Saturday afternoon.
Pitt State's Brown impresses at combine
Fans of Pittsburg State and MIAA football learned several years ago about the speed and explosive ability of wide receiver and return man John Brown.
Gorillas' Brown intends to take advantage of opportunity
While John Brown was sitting at an interview table inside Lucas Oil Stadium, about 20 feet away, Texas A&M quarterback and 2012 Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel was fielding questions from a huge media crowd.
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