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2 impact players are missing as PSU begins spring football
For the first time in several years, Pittsburg State took the practice field without Nate Dreiling or John Brown.
PSU pair to get MIAA honor
Former Pittsburg State football coach and athletics director Chuck Broyles and former NFL player Kendall Gammon highlight a class of 10 to be inducted into the 2014 MIAA Hall of Fame.
Pittsburg State's John Brown on ESPN draft guru's radar
John Brown, a three-time All-America wide receiver and return man for the Pittsburg State Gorillas, is starting to garner attention from ESPN draft guru Mel Kiper Jr.
Josh Lattimer joins football staff at NSU
Josh Lattimer, former linebacker at Pittsburg State, has been hired as defensive coordinator at Northeastern State University.
Jeronimus becomes PSU's first women's basketball first-team All-American
Pittsburg State junior forward Lizzy Jeronimus is a first-team selection on the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association Division II All-America team.
PSU's Thompson named MIAA Pitcher of the Week
Tyler Thompson, a member of the Pittsburg State Gorillas baseball team, was named the MIAA Pitcher of the Week.
PSU's Brown bids to sell his services to next level
A smiling and confident John Brown certainly didn’t seem overwhelmed by the pressure of having several NFL scouts run him through drills.
Carnie Smith Stadium to host 5A state title game
Pittsburg State University’s Carnie Smith Stadium will be the site of the Kansas Class 5A state championship football game, the KSHSAA has announced.
Wayne State eliminates Gorillas from regional
The Pittsburg State Gorillas entered last weekend’s MIAA Tournament on a 12-game winning streak.
Fraley misses out in sprints; Piepenbrink second in vault
Missouri Southern sprinter Jeff Fraley had a rough start and an even worse ending during the first day of the NCAA Division II Indoor Track and Field Championships on Friday at the JDL Fast Track.
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