Big Brother star James Huling gives students advice

Any fellow Big Brother fanatics in the area know that Wichita Falls resident James Huling was cast to be on the show’s 17th season and walked away as America’s favorite player, earning $25,000. Big Brother airs on CBS during the summer and is a reality TV game show in which the players, or … [Read more...]

Rawson: ‘Backs out, hearts in’

New head volleyball coach Natalie Rawson is working from the ground up with this year’s team to build what she believes her vision of MSU volleyball should be. “I definitely brought a lot of new stuff to the team if you ask the girls,” Rawson said. “Which is challenging for them learning new … [Read more...]

Football team bonds, practices under time crunch

With the opening of football season 10 days away, head football coach Bill Maskill said he is focusing on preparing players to improve over last year’s 6-4 record. “Expectations are always to be better than last year and perform at a higher level than what we started off as,” Maskill said. With 53 … [Read more...]

Former MSU student signs to play in Major League Soccer

Kalen Ryden was just a mass communication senior and a defender on the soccer team last semester when his life threw him a surprise. Ryden was drafted to play in the Major League Soccer on January 20. “I didn’t really know what to think," Ryden said. Ryden was selected in the fourth round, … [Read more...]

Rec sports debut indoor mini triathlon

Recreational sports' first indoor mini-triathlon started this Monday at the Wellness Center and will conclude Friday, May 1.  The competition consists of a 2,000 meter row, five-mile bike ride, and a mile run open to all students, staff and faculty. "It's a mini triathlon. It's all going to be … [Read more...]

Rogers leads only public liberal arts school in Texas

Driftwood, terra cotta, old rose, cameo and Cimarron are the colors of the bricks that make up every building on campus and are on file with an MSU supplier and called “The MSU Blend.” The unique architecture that makes up the campus is a reflection of the type of education received on it, not just … [Read more...]

Softball falls to Central Oklahoma, looks to finish season strong

The softball team dropped both games in a post-season double header against University of Central Oklahoma on April 21. UCO made their first runs early in game one, putting four points on the board in the first inning. "That's hard to come back from, especially since we've played for the past … [Read more...]

Tennis teams have a chance in national championship

Men and women’s tennis have four weeks left to work their way to the NCAA Division II National Championships. “Our goal is to be playing on May 16 with both teams,” Linn said. With a big goal set, Linn said confidence is key for reaching that goal. “Confidence is huge because you can do all … [Read more...]

Runner on track to be best athlete

Ashley Flores has a knack for running as she competes in cross country and track, both indoor and outdoor, all while keeping a handle on her education. Flores, sociology senior,  has qualified for five national championships over the five years that she has ran for MSU including cross country … [Read more...]

Last softball games before LSC play canceled

Due to weather conditions, the softball games scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 24 at Mustang Park against Oklahoma Christian University were cancelled and won't be rescheduled leaving the team with one less chance to prepare for Lone Star Conference play. The team was scheduled to play back-to-back … [Read more...]